New Hampshire Humanities

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2023 Goals:

New Hampshire Humanities’ goal of connecting people with ideas of the human experience will drive all of our work, as we expand free and low-cost public humanities programming for people of all ages, sectors, communities, walks of life and income levels. NHH will increase its capacity to bring live and virtual programs for the people of New Hampshire, through our Humanities to Go speakers bureau, Ideas on Tap series, Perspectives book groups, Connections adult literacy book discussions, Community Project Grants, special Focus Grants, Humanities@Work, Humanities@Home, and a new program, the Welcoming Library. Making programs accessible for all citizens and communities, NHH will continue to bring the humanities to life in every corner of the Granite State.

Giving Opportunities:

Supporting the work of New Hampshire Humanities helps fund programs that explore what it means to be a Granite Stater, an American, a citizen of the world, a lifelong learner. Supporting the Annual Fund through a one-time gift or as a monthly sustaining donation makes programs accessible to all. We offer a number of customizable sponsorship opportunities that offer outstanding exposure to 18,000 individuals and businesses. Naming New Hampshire Humanities as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, retirement fund or other estate plan ensures that excellence in the humanities continues long into the future.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteers are invited to participate in our live and virtual public programs around the state and spread the word by sharing photos and writing about our programs. New Hampshire Humanities relishes input from a wide range of supporters — tell us your “humanities story” or attend a program and write a short reflection we can publish on social media or in our publications.

Board Officers   /   Board Members

Marcia J. Kelly

Marcia Schmidt Blaine, Ph.D.
Vice Chair
Plymouth State University

Juliana Robinson
Bank of America Private Bank

Andrea Williamson
Edward Jones

Rebecca Biron, Ph.D.
Dartmouth College

Dr. Gary Bouchard
Saint Anselm College

Zachary S. Camenker

Evan Czyzowski

Elizabeth Dubrulle
New Hampshire Historical Society

Robert Dunn, Esq.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester

Professor Tarek El-Ariss
Dartmouth College

Katharine Eneguess
Magalloway Consultants

Dr. Christine Gustafson
Saint Anselm College

David Juvet
BIA of New Hampshire

Professor Thomas Kealy
Colby-Sawyer College

Dr. Graziella Parati
Dartmouth College

Linda Patchett
New Castle

Courtney Gray Tanner

Samuel H. Witherspoon

Ken Burns
Director Emeritus



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