The Council recently awarded over $13,800 to seven public humanities projects across the state. Congratulations to our grantees!
Elizabeth Francis and James Ludes write about Senator Claiborne Pell’s legislative process and the humanities as we mark the 50th Anniversary of the NEH in an op-ed that appeared on the Congress Blog of The Hill, the Capitol Hill newspaper, on October 9, 2015.
2015 Celebration of the Humanities Presented by Rhode Island Council for the Humanities and honorary co-chairs Senator Jack Reed & Senator Sheldon Whitehouse Thursday, October 8, 2015 6:00pm – 8:00pm […]
Have ideas for a new public humanities project? Join us for a free workshop to learn about upcoming major and mini grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations and individual researchers planning public programs in the humanities.
The Pell Humanities Initiative was announced Wednesday, August 12, 2015, at a celebration of the humanities featuring current-NEH Chairman Dr. William Adams at Ochre Court on the campus of Salve Regina University.