How did a priceless Nez Perce collection from Idaho end up in Ohio? And why did it take over a century for the collection to return home?
Seattle police officer turned rum runner Roy Olmstead was appalled by the violence of early Prohibition. So he decided to do things differently.
Humanities sources that we sought out in order to better understand the facts of the conflict, gather context from experts, and inform our individual opinions.
The humanities aren’t all cozy reading rooms and contemplative coffee chats. They can be a shattering, rowdy, challenging experience—but on the other end lies wisdom.
Rais Bhuiyan was shot during a hate crime—then tried to save his attacker from death row.
In advance of Spokane Bedtime Stories this Friday, an interview with authors Sharma Shields and Simeon Mills.
Meet the early-career humanists seeking to make the humanities a resource for all Washingtonians.
In America, why does our history of the war overlook the perspective of the South Vietnamese?
The program helps artists and craftspeople preserve traditional skills important to Washington’s communities.