Books can get us to empathize with monstrous people. Professor Richard Middleton-Kaplan believes that’s not only a good thing, but a vital part of human rights work.
Libraries will receive up to $25,000 to hold the innovative literacy program in their communities.
The cohort of four fellows, chosen by a statewide committee of humanities experts, is the first of its kind in Washington.
A new wave of brain-enhancing technologies could literally change our minds. But should they? Excerpts from our conversation on the future of the human mind.
Are we on the verge of another Roaring 20s? A historian explores whether the collective jubilation that followed the end of the last worldwide pandemic might happen again.
A new strategy to revive struggling small towns is seeing success—but also giving rise to cultural and class conflicts.
Sir Mix-A-Lot, NastyMix records, and the moment Seattle defied all the odds.
The program aims to help the next generation of humanists create programming for underserved Washington communities.
The grants, made via the American Rescue Plan, will be made to humanities-based organizations and projects thanks to funding from the NEH.