Archival materials from 40 years of Council funded humanities projects are now available online! Check out the new Digital Library: Special Anniversary Edition, featuring three thematic exhibits: The Lively Experiment, Our Stories, […]
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities is accepting nominations for the 2014 Tom Roberts Prize for Creative Achievement in the Humanities. Established in 2001 to honor the Council’s founding […]
During a press conference at the State House on Wednesday, February 26, the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities announced its Major Grant Awards for 2014. A total of $131,212 was awarded to 18 humanities projects across the State of Rhode Island.
Executive Director Elizabeth Francis writes about Rhode Island’s historical assets and diverse narratives in an op-ed that appeared in The Providence Journal on May 12, 2013.