Humanities Moments

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Calligrapher at the 2002 Smithsonian Folklife Festival

by Stephen Kidd, Executive Director, National Humanities Alliance
Feet

by Stephen Garrett, 21, Student
Fishing Camp

by Matthew Booker, associate professor of American environmental history, North Carolina State University
Yasukuni

by Breann Johnston, Middle School Teacher
Candles

by Catherine Newell, assistant professor of religious studies, University of Miami & The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Front-page news on Muhammad Ali

by Melissa Barnhouse, 38, exceptional children's teacher
Saigon Staircase

by Dan Boyer, high school principal, Beal City Schools
G.W. Hegel

by Nancy J. Hirschmann, professor of political science, University of Pennsylvania
U.S. Navy emblem

by Lou Nachman, Charlotte Mecklenburg School District, NC
Battle of the Bulge

by Ina Dixon, History United
Willa Cather, 1912

by Janet Napolitano, President of the University of California
The Stanley Brothers

by Jennifer Snoddy, 42, high school history teacher, TAC member
Adrienne Rich

by Emily Coccia, the John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Care package

by Melanie, 20, Psychology major
Monument to E. M. Forster in Stevenage, Hertfordshire

by Sally Dalton Robinson
Fishing Net

by Frances Coffey, High School Teacher
it's always darkest before the dawn

by Natalie Huebel, 22 years old and a student at Texas A&M University.
Hmong Dan Cong Labor

by Becky Goncharoff, 28, Thailand Program Manager for Thrival World Academies and Rustic Pathways
LA Public Library

by Luis Rodriguez, poet laureate of Los Angeles in 2014
Diego Rivera, “The History of Mexico”

by Craig Watson, former director of the California Arts Council
Superheroes

by Jonathan Lethem, novelist
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

by Olympia Friday, Social Media and Strategic Marketing Coordinator, National Humanities Center
Mantra-Rock Dance promotional poster featuring the Grateful Dead (1967)

by Bill Carbone, Vice President of Education, Rock and Roll Forever Foundation
Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960)

by Jacqueline Stallworth, 46 years old, High School English teacher in northern Virginia
"The Tragedie of King Lear," William Shakespeare

by Mirah Horowitz, Russell Reynolds Associates
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