In this inaugural post of our “Oh the Humanities” series, Executive Director Briann Greenfield answers an important question about the public humanities.
Joining Bob Mann are Elizabeth Joyce, Craig Smith, and Jane Savitt Tennen.
One of the goals of our 2016-2021 Strategic Plan is to expand access to the humanities. We achieve this goal by cultivating humanities programs that serve a variety of audiences. We also act as connectors and conveners by working in partnership with or …
President Trump’s recent release of a budget draft calls for the elimination of the NEH and its sister organizations, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and several other agencies that provide essential services and opportunities throughout the country. Speaking up for our nation’s educational and cultural institutions now is critical to the future of our democracy.
Joining host Bob Mann are NJCH Grantees, Luke Koppisch of the Alliance Center for Independence and Terrence Corrigan of the Holocaust and Human Rights Center.
Joining Bob Mann are Caldwell-West Caldwell School District Superintendent Dr. James Heinegg and Sourland Conservancy Executive Director Caroline Katmann.