The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities is pleased to welcome seven new members to its board of directors as of April 1, 2023. New board members include: Chrystal Mars Baker, Stephanie Basile, Jaffa Kessler Davies, Emily McHugh, Eric Sung, Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie, and Christopher Joseph Westgate.
On April 19, 2023, Rhode Island Humanities convened members of the team behind the 2022 Rhode Island Civic Health Index (RI CHI) to discuss steps that Rhode Islanders can take, […]
A free humanities course for veterans, a documentary on women fishing commercially in Southern New England, bilingual platicas linking Latinas across generations, and research for a mobile museum of Asian-American […]
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities is pleased to announce $13,975 in mini grant awards from the February 2023 application cycle to support public humanities projects. Read on for […]
View the report below or click here to download the PDF. Rhode Island Humanities is at a pivotal moment and celebrating a special milestone—2023 is our 50th anniversary! Our Annual Report […]