Humanities Moments

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Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia

by Dr. Ed Ayers, former President and Professor of History at the University of Richmond, former President of the Organization of American Historians, and noted public historian
The Middle East

by Scott, 34, former journalist
Harriet Beecher Stowe, c. 1852

by Kathryn Hill, President, The Levine Museum of the New South
Upton Sinclair's The Jungle

by Kristen Shedd, Fullerton College & The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress
Books for children

by Deaun Shin, 26, Ph.D. student
Costa Rican coat of arms

by Randall Tolpinrud, President, Pax Natura Foundation
Windmill Picture (back).jpg

by Patricia Garvey, 23, Earth Science and Astronomy teacher
“Slaughterhouse-Five,” by Kurt Vonnegut

by Robert D. Newman, President and Director, National Humanities Center

by Richard Arnold, 48, English teacher

by Mab Segrest, Professor Emerita, Connecticut College
Ottorino Respighi

by Laura Thomas, musician
Two Women

by Julie Doan, Elementary Teacher, Oregon
French Indochina Post-Partition

by Kate Cruze, 35, History Teacher, Greensboro NC
The Green Light

by Maggie Jones, 28, Social Studies Teacher
HM Buddha.jpg

by John Batchelor 19, college student
Queen Mary Stairway

by Kathleen Stankiewicz, 39, High School History Teacher
Sargassam & Barbados

by Chris Bunin
A modern statue of the Roman poet Gaius Valerius Catullus

by Brooke Andrade, Director of the Library, National Humanities Center
Vegetarian Diet

by Taylin Nelson, 28, doctoral student
Virginia Woolf

by Peter A. Benoliel, Chairman Emeritus, Quaker Chemical Corporation
Betting on Zero

by Edward J. Balleisen, professor of history at Duke University
Map of Walden Pond

by Nora Nunn, PhD candidate in English at Duke University
Elinor Dashwood and Colonel Brandon in Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility

by Melissa Young, Archivist and Historian
Virgen del Carmen

by Fernando Alvear, 36, PhD Candidate in Philosophy and Graduate Instructor, University of Missouri
...mourn with those who mourn. –Romans 12:15

by Camille Harmer

by Kathryn Bentley, Arts & Science Council
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