Humanities Moments

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The Stanley Brothers

by Jennifer Snoddy, 42, high school history teacher, TAC member
grocery store shelves

by Margherita Berti, PhD Student
To Kill a Mockingbird

by Sarah Arnold, 38, English Teacher
Constellation myths

by Ron Eisenman, public high school social studies teacher, Rutland, Vermont
Lake Nicaragua

by Alejandro, 19, student
turntable and laptop

by John Heitzenrater, musician
Map of shootings at Kent State University, May 1970

by Stephen Kidd, Executive Director, National Humanities Alliance
The Jesus Movement

by Azizou Atte-oudeyi, 50 years, PhD Student at Rice University, Department of Religion
East German citizens climb the Berlin Wall

by Nancy Gardner, educational consultant and NBCT teacher
BTS

by Kelsey Smith, 18 years old. I love to write stories and use my imagination. I also love working with little kids as well.
Anne Frank House

by Jared Willis, 34, Student
religious symbols

by Larry Kramer, president of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Virginia Woolf

by Peter A. Benoliel, Chairman Emeritus, Quaker Chemical Corporation
Vietnam War Memorial

by Laura Wakefield, History Educator
Dutch landscape painting

by David Bruce Smith, Founding Father of the Grateful American™ Foundation
NW Vietnam Region

by Maggie Childress, 24, Teacher, Wake County, North Carolina
Human Geographies

by Craig Perrier (46). Educator, curriculum specialist, teacher, adjunct, and digital history project designer.
...mourn with those who mourn. –Romans 12:15

by Camille Harmer
Poetry in Silence

by Grace Momberger, speech-language pathologist
books

by Mary Catherine Keating, 52, Teacher
Concert

by Bill Perrier, 50, Insurance sales
The burning of the Stamp Act in 1765

by Steve Oreskovic, Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District
The Remorse of Orestes by William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1862)

by Michael Poliakoff, president of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni
Menéndez Landing by Stanley Meltzoff

by Judy Lindquist, 59 years old, Educator and Author and 2018-19 Teacher Advisory Council member
“The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry,” by Harold Bloom

by William Leuchtenburg, William Rand Kenan Jr. professor emeritus of history, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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