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Grantee Spotlight: The Kate

September 20, 2022 • CTH Funded, E-News, Features & News

CTH is excited to spotlight the Katharine Hepburn Museum, a…

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New Digital Resource from CT Humanities Grantee, Immigrant History Initiative: Who Killed Vincent Chin?

CT Humanities-funded Immigrant History Initiative (IHI) is partnering with acclaimed…

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Grantee Spotlight: CT’s Old State House | Hartford History Lecture Series 2022

CT’s Old State House | Hartford History Lecture Series 2022…

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CT Humanities Awards $33,750 in Quick Grants to 9 Cultural Nonprofits for Humanities Programs

September 14, 2022 • Features & News, Grants

For Immediate Release September 14, 2022 Contact: Aimee Cotton Bogush…

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Prepare Your Cultural Organization for Hurricane Season + Resources for the Public and Historic Property Owners

September 13, 2022 • Features & News

Hurricane season is upon us and while nothing is forecasted…

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CT Humanities Accepting Applications for Second Round of CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grants, Provides Additional $8.5M to Cultural Sector

September 13, 2022 • Features & News, Grants, Press Release

IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 13, 2022 CONTACT: AIMEE COTTON BOGUSH |abogush@cthumanities.org | 860-937-6648…

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New Digital Exhibit! Brass City/Grass Roots: The Persistence of Farming in Waterbury, Connecticut

UConn’s Dr. Ruth Glasser’s traveling exhibit Brass City/Grass Roots: The Persistence…

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Sponsorship Spotlight: CT Public | The Vote 2022

September 10, 2022 • Civics, CTH Funded, E-News, Features & News

Dates/Times: Various events between September 15 – October 27, check website for…

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CT Humanities Announces New Members on Board of Directors, Helen Higgins to Lead

September 9, 2022 • Features & News, Press Release

IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 9, 2022 CONTACT: AIMEE COTTON BOGUSH |abogush@cthumanities.org | 860-937-6648…

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Connecticut’s Commemorations for the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of the United States

On July 1, 2022, Governor Ned Lamont established a commission responsible for…

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Coming Soon! NEMA’s Annual Conference: Micro/Macro: Solving Museum Issues at Every Scale

September 7, 2022 • CTH Funded, E-News, Features & News

New England’s premier museum conference is fast approaching! CT Humanities…

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Information Sessions for CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grants

September 2, 2022 • E-News, Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities is conducting free information sessions about the CT…

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Grantee Spotlight: Connecticut Explored | 20 for 20: Innovation in Connecticut History

Date/Time: Fall 2022-Spring 2023; Events begin September 1, 2022 Location: Various, see…

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Connecticut’s Literary Community Celebrates Notable Authors and Illustrators

Immediate Release September 1, 2022 Contact: LISA COMSTOCK |  lcomstock@cthumanities.org…

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We are Hiring | Full Time CT Digital Heritage Coordinator

August 30, 2022 • Features & News

CT Digital Heritage Program Coordinator CT Humanities, a state affiliate…

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Write about Connecticut’s Dynamic and Diverse History!

Do you enjoy researching and writing about Connecticut’s dynamic and…

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Through September 5th – CT Summer at the Museum!

August 28, 2022 • E-News, Features & News, Grants

Elizabeth Malloy, executive director at the Haddam Historical Society, writes, “Last week…

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Coming Soon! Collections Assessment Grant Program from Conservation ConneCTion

August 27, 2022 • E-News, Features & News, Grants

Shortly after Labor Day, Conservation ConneCTion will begin offering the Collections Assessment…

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Book by Bridgeport author/illustrator, Lizzy Rockwell, selected to represent Connecticut at the 2022 National Book Festival

August 26, 2022 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 26, 2022 CONTACT: LISA COMSTOCK | lcomstock@cthumanities.org…

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CT History Day 2023 Guide Now Available | Theme: Frontiers in History

The 2023 theme for Connecticut History Day, Frontiers in History,…

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Anniversary: 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: Women’s Right to Vote

Passed by Congress June 4, 1919, and ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th…

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Organizational Comparison Data Sheets Now Available

August 12, 2022 • E-News, Features & News, Grants

Organizational Comparison Data Sheets are now available on our website. They allow…

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CT Humanities Awards Five Sponsorships Totaling $13,000

August 10, 2022 • CTH Funded, Features & News

At the July deadline, CT Humanities awarded five sponsorships totaling…

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The National Book Festival is September 3, 2022

July 29, 2022 • Features & News, Special Events

The 22nd annual Library of Congress National Book Festival will be held…

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State Honorary Positions Announced

July 27, 2022 • Features & News

Congratulations to Antoinette Brim-Bell of West Haven for her selection as Connecticut…

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FUNDING ROADMAP COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS | Advocating for Meaningful, Reliable, and Equitable State Funding

A Series of Virtual Conversations about Arts, Culture, and Tourism…

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Grant Spotlight: City Lights | The 2022 Bridgeport Film Fest

Dates/Times: Friday, July 22, 2022, 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday, July…

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Sponsorship Spotlight: Celebrating the Humanities in Children’s Literature: A Lutz Children’s Museum Community Read – Programs July 17 and August 21, 2022

Dates/Times: July 17, 2022, 2:00 p.m. August 21, 2022, 2:00 p.m….

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CT Humanities Offering Data Collection Office Hours with Susie Wilkening

When: Tuesday, July 26, 2022, 1 to 2 p.m., EDT…

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CT Humanities Grant Lines Open

July 12, 2022 • E-News, Features & News, Grants

Last month began a new fiscal year for CT Humanities. Applications…

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July is Disability Pride Month

Disability Pride Month occurs in the States every July to…

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CT Humanities Welcomes Cyndi Tolosa, Development Manager

July 5, 2022 • Features & News

We are very happy to announce that Cyndi Tolosa has…

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Remarks from CT Humanities Executive Director, Jason Mancini, on the Formation of the Connecticut Semiquincentennial Commission

CT Humanities was named in the executive order establishing the…

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Governor Lamont Establishes Commission To Plan Connecticut’s Commemorations for the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of the United States

WATCH: News conference announcing the establishment of the Connecticut Semiquincentennial Commission…

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Governor Lamont Announces Return of Program Allowing Children To Receive Free Admission at Connecticut Museums During the Summer Months

Read Full Release (HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont today…

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Grant Spotlight: WPKN | The Greatest Radio Station in the World Documentary

Date/Time: July 22, 2022 Location: Klein Memorial Theater, Bridgeport Tickets: $12 for a…

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Grant Spotlight: East Lyme Public Library | Legend of Brides Brook – A Local Story

Date/Time: July 15, 2022 – November 30, 2022 Location: Bridebrook Park, East…

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Grant Spotlight: Southington Public Library | The Literacy of Laughter: A Community Gets Schooled in the Art of Comedy

Dates/Times: Kids workshop: Thursday, July 14 10:00-11:00 a.m. @ Southington Public…

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CONNECTICUT STUDENTS EXCEL at NATIONAL HISTORY DAY® CONTEST

Hartford, Conn. – Twelve Connecticut students received 2022 National History…

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CTH Sponsored: First Night Hartford | Hartford Bonanza

Dates/Times:  Saturday, July 2, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday,…

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Two Connecticut Organizations Recieve Awards from AASLH

June 18, 2022 • CTH Funded, Features & News

The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) announced…

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CT Humanities Awards Three Sponsorships Totaling $6,000

June 15, 2022 • CTH Funded, Features & News

At the May deadline, CT Humanities awarded three sponsorships totaling…

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Chiefs of the Sea: The Accounts of Charles Lansing and Paul Cuffe, Jr., 1806-1839 with Dr. Jason Mancini

June 14, 2022 • Features & News, Programs

Center for the Study of Slavery & Justice at Brown…

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Demystifying Data Collection: How to Ask for Demographic Information from Visitors, Board, and Staff

June 10, 2022 • Features & News, Programs

Updated 7/14/22: ICYMI: Demystifying Data Collection- How to Ask for…

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CTH-Funded Showman Shorts from the Barnum Museum Nominated for a New England Emmy Award!

June 1, 2022 • CTH Funded, Features & News

We were thrilled to hear from Kathleen Maher, executive director…

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Upcoming Juneteenth Programs for Families from Book Voyagers

These events are part of a special initiative to broaden…

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CONN-OSHA Quarterly: The Unseen Hazards at Museums and Cultural Heritage Sites

May 23, 2022 • Features & News

Museum and conservation workers can be exposed to occupational health…

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Connecticut History Day Winners Chosen

May 20, 2022 • CTH Funded, Features & News

CT Humanities is proud to fund this program through the…

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CT Summer at the Museum Grants: Virtual Information Session

May 18, 2022 • Features & News, Grants

Tuesday, May 24 | 11 a.m. to noon Registration Required…

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Now Accepting Applications for CT Summer at the Museum Grants!

May 17, 2022 • Features & News, Grants

  Now Accepting Applications for CT Summer at the Museum…

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Coming Soon! CT Summer at the Museum Grants

May 12, 2022 • Features & News, Grants

CT Summer at the Museum Grants are COMING SOON! The…

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Arts, Culture, and Tourism Funding Roadmap Initiative – DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 16

May 4, 2022 • Advocacy, Features & News

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Project Name: Connecticut’s Long Term Funding Roadmap…

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Book Voyagers Presents | Craig & Fred: A Marine, A Stray Dog, and How They Rescued Each Other!

Book Voyagers presents author and Marine RECON veteran, Craig Grossi,…

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Arts, Culture, and Tourism Funding Roadmap Initiative – DUE TODAY

April 29, 2022 • Advocacy, Features & News

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Project Name: Connecticut’s Long Term Funding Roadmap…

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CT Humanities Awards Eight Sponsorships Totaling $16,000

April 25, 2022 • CTH Funded, Features & News

At the March deadline, CT Humanities awarded eight sponsorships totaling…

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CT Humanities grants strengthen communities, cultural organizations statewide – CT Mirror

April 24, 2022 • Features & News

For the past two and a half years, CT Humanities…

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Congratulations to CLHO Awards of Merit Winners!

April 20, 2022 • CTH Funded, Features & News

On April 19th, the Connecticut League of History Organizations (CLHO)…

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Submissions to the 2022 CT Book Awards close on May 2, 2022

March 30, 2022 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

2022 CT Book Awards The clock is ticking! Submissions to…

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CT Humanities is Hiring a Full-Time Development Manager

March 22, 2022 • Features & News

CT Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for…

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Museum Makeover Grants Awarded

March 14, 2022 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 14, 2022 Contact:  Kathy Craughwell-Varda /…

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The Day – ‘Fragile yet resilient’ arts and culture sector looks toward sustainability through pandemic

February 16, 2022 • Features & News

The Day staff writer, Erica Moser, reports on the Southeastern…

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Statement from Shelly C. Lowe on Her Confirmation as Twelfth Chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities

February 3, 2022 • Features & News

Press Release from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Statement…

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CT Humanities Welcomes Mike Kemezis, Manager of Partnerships & Projects

February 1, 2022 • Features & News

As Manager of Partnerships & Projects, Mike aims to advance…

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CT Humanities Welcomes Adrianna Chesnut, Grants & Finance Assistant

December 3, 2021 • Features & News

Please join us in welcoming Adrianna Chesnut to CT Humanities…

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Governor Ned Lamont Appoints Dr. Frank Mitchell to CT Humanities Board of Directors

December 3, 2021 • Features & News, Press Release

MIDDLETOWN, CONN (December 3, 2021) – Connecticut Humanities (CTH) today…

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Grant Spotlight: Connecticut Public |Cutline Special – Sheff v. O’Neill: Striving Toward Education Equity

November 17, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants, Programs

Watch on CPTV Thursday, November 18, 2021, at 8 p.m….

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Grant Spotlight: Connecticut Historical Society | Common Struggle, Individual Experience: An Exhibition About Mental Health

November 2021 to October 2022 Tuesday through Friday, 12 to…

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CT Humanities Awards Over $2.4M, Funds Collaborations and Partnerships

For Immediate Release November 11, 2021 Contact: Aimee Cotton Bogush…

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CT Humanities Awards $24,574 in Quick Grants to 6 Cultural Nonprofits

For Immediate Release November 10, 2021 Contact: Aimee Cotton Bogush…

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Grant Spotlight: Norwalk Historical Society | Norwalk’s Changing Communities Before 1835

Open weekends (weather permitting, check website) Location: Town House at…

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SHARP Capacity Grants from CT Humanities Accepting Applications

October 22, 2021 • Features & News, Grants, Press Release

American Rescue Plan Funding Available to CT Cultural Organizations |…

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CT Humanities Public Comment Session

October 21, 2021 • Features & News, Sessions, Special Events

Learn about CT Humanities’ work during FY21, hear an overview…

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CT Humanities Welcomes Emma Wiley as Digital Humanities Assistant

October 12, 2021 • Features & News

We are thrilled to announce that Emma Wiley joined the…

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2021 NEMA Annual Conference

2021 NEMA Annual Conference  November 15, 17, and 19, 2021…

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CT Humanities Announces CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grants, to Provide $16M to Cultural Sector

October 6, 2021 • Features & News, Grants, Press Release

IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 6, 2021 CONTACT AIMEE COTTON BOGUSH abogush@cthumanities.org…

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Virtual Information Sessions for CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grants

October 1, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

Attend an Information Session: CT Humanities will be conducting free,…

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We’re Hiring an Administrative Assistant for Grants and Finance

September 28, 2021 • Features & News

CT Humanities (CTH), a state affiliate of the National Endowment…

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NEH Awards $2.8 Million to State and Jurisdictional Humanities Councils for History and Civics Education Initiatives

September 18, 2021 • Features & News, Press Release

(September 17, 2021)  WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Endowment for…

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Connecticut’s Literary Community Celebrates Notable Authors and Illustrators

September 14, 2021 • Ctr for Book, Features & News, Press Release

The 2021 Connecticut Book Awards, a program of the Connecticut Center…

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CLHO Colleague Circle: Updates from the CT Humanities Granting World

September 13, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

Friday, September 17 Noon to 1 pm Virtual, registration required…

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CT Humanities Awards $47,134 in Quick Grants to 11 Cultural Nonprofits for Humanities Programs

September 13, 2021 • Features & News, Grants, Press Release

At their August meeting, the board of directors of CT…

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CT Humanities Announces New Funding Priorities

September 13, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

At its recent August meeting, CT Humanities’ (CTH) board adopted…

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Grant Spotlight: Pomfret Historical Society Presents Waking the Dead- Archaeology, Genealogical, and Archival Research About Enslaved Africans in Windham County

September 10, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

October 2 to November 6 Multiple dates and locations In-person, registration…

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Grant Spotlight: Town of Thompson’s Thompson CT- More than Just a Train Wreck

September 9, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

October 3 – Dedication Ceremony (exhibit ongoing) Air Line State…

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Help the Florence Griswold Museum and Receive Free Admission – Register by September 30

September 8, 2021 • Features & News

The Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme has been selected…

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Grant Spotlight: Connecticut College’s One Book One Region – Interior Chinatown

October 5 Location and Format TBD A $4,999 Quick Grant is…

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Save the Dates: 2021 NEMA Annual Conference, Scholarships from CT Humanities

November 15, 17, and 19 Virtual Stay tuned to our…

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After Hurricane Henri: Read This Before Throwing Away Water-Damaged Family Treasures

August 23, 2021 • Features & News

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Smithsonian Institution…

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Be Prepared: Hurricane Henri | A Message from CT Humanities

August 21, 2021 • Features & News

Dear Colleagues, In anticipation of the impact of Hurricane Henri,…

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CT Humanities Welcomes Lian Partridge as Grants & Programs Assistant

August 18, 2021 • Features & News

We at CT Humanities are thrilled to announce that Lian…

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NEH Awards $417,823 to Support Humanities in Connecticut

August 17, 2021 • Features & News, Grants, Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) today…

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Grant Spotlight & Save the Dates: CT Science Center’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access in STEM: Evening Program Series

With funding from a $4,999 Quick Grant, the Connecticut Science…

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CT Humanities Provides $15,010 for Partnership Between CT Center for the Book and CT Literary Festival

A $15,010 Partnership Grant was made to the Connecticut Literary…

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CT Humanities Announces Incoming Members to the Board of Directors

August 4, 2021 • Features & News, Press Release

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) today announced several transitions within its Board…

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We’re Hiring a Digital Humanities Assistant

July 29, 2021 • Features & News

CT Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for…

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CT Humanities Awards $65,589 in Quick Grants to 14 Cultural Nonprofits for Humanities Programs

At their June meeting, the board of directors of CT…

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CT Public’s CTH-Sponsored Programs Take Home Emmy Awards

July 20, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Public, home of Connecticut Public Television, received several Emmy…

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Keeler Tavern’s SISTERS Wins Prestigious AASLH Leadership in History Award

The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) proudly…

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East Haddam Land Trust Receives a 2021 Award for Excellence in Land Conservation from the CLCC

July 14, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News

Governor Ned Lamont was on hand when the Connecticut Land…

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Connecticut Summer at the Museum – Free Admission for Kids

June 30, 2021 • Features & News, Press Release

It’s time to explore! From July 1 to September 6, Connecticut…

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Governor Lamont Announces Launch of Program Allowing Children To Receive Free Admission at Connecticut Museums This Summer

June 30, 2021 • Features & News, Press Release

(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont today announced the launch…

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State Gives Arts and Culture Sector Financial Boost, CT Humanities Receives $30 Million in Funding

June 24, 2021 • Features & News, Press Release

IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 23, 2021 CONTACT JERROD FERRARI Jerrod@narrative-project.com 203.963.9224…

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Largest Contingent of Connecticut Students Ever Receive Prestigious Awards at National History Day® Contest

CT Humanities sends congratulations to all of the Connecticut students…

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CT Humanities Awards $151,296 to 9 Connecticut Cultural Organizations for Project and Capacity Building Grants 

At their May 27, 2021, board meeting, CT Humanities (CTH)…

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Connecticut History Day Bus Tour Hits the Road!

June 2, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News

Hartford, Conn. – All aboard for the Connecticut History Day Bus…

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9 Reasons to Apply for a CT Museums – Kids Are Free Summer Grant

May 25, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

Thinking the grant isn’t right for you? On the fence…

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Keynotes of Change: A free virtual lecture series exploring and interpreting underrepresented histories

Keynotes of Change from the Connecticut League of History Organizations…

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Now Open! CT Museums – Kids Are Free Summer Grant Program for Museums

Updated on May 14, 2021: The CT Museums – Kids…

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Grant Spotlight: Everyday Democracy’s A Reckoning in Boston: Virtual Film Screening and Discussion

Everyday Democracy was recently awarded a $3,674 Quick Grant from…

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CT Humanities Awards $42,547 in Quick Grants and $25,000 in Partnership Funds

In April, CT Humanities’ Board of Directors awarded $42,547 in…

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Grant Spotlight: Windsor Historical Society: The John Mason Statue Relocation and Reinterpretation Project

May 12, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

Growing recognition of the need for more inclusive and nuanced…

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Feeling the Love: Connecticut Historical Society

May 12, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities was recently featured in the Spring 2021 edition…

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Poetry on the Streets

The Poetry Bus Poetry on the Streets | Hartford The…

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Upcoming Writing Contests

Indie Author Project Through May 31, 2021 https://indieauthorproject.librariesshare.com/connecticut/ If you…

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CT Museums – Kids Are Free Summer Initiative and Grant Program

April 30, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

April 30, 2021 Governor Ned Lamont will announce today that…

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CT State Department of Education Launches Grant Applications for Summer Enrichment Programming

April 27, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

Summer Enrichment Program Applications Now Open: April 26, 2021 Following…

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CLHO Awards of Merit – Virtual Ceremony on April 20 – 8 CTH Funded Projects Win Awards!

April 9, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News

CLHO Awards of Merit – Virtual Ceremony on April 20…

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CTH’s Susan Muro Receives Barbara Reed Award from CT Storytelling Center

The Connecticut Storytelling Center presented CT Humanities’ Susan Muro with…

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Community Foundation of Middlesex County Helps Spread Joy

March 30, 2021 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

The Middlesex Community Foundation awarded a thousand dollars to every…

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Ferguson Library in Stamford named a finalist for the National Medal of Museum and Library Service

March 30, 2021 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

The National Medal, awarded by the Institute of Museum and…

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CUTLINE Democracy and Dialogues Initiative, Premieres March 28 on CPTV

What do we want our democracy to look like? The…

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Grantee Spotlight: Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum

Norwalk’s Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum’s much-anticipated exhibit entitled, Health, Healing &…

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Grantee Spotlight: The Connecticut Historical Society

The Connecticut Historical Society (CHS) in Hartford created 3DHD tours…

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CT Humanities Awards $20,998 in Quick Grants to Six Cultural Nonprofits

March 9, 2021 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities awarded $20,998 in humanities project grants at its…

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The International Festival of Arts & Ideas Announces Theme for Festival 2021

With partnership grant support from CT Humanities, the International Festival…

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CT Humanities Awards $85,000 in Cultural Relief Grants to 17 Connecticut Organizations

February 4, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) recently awarded $85,000 to 17 Connecticut cultural…

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Op-Ed: Relaunch Our Democracy: Increase Funding for the NEH

February 3, 2021 • Features & News

As published in the CT POST on 2/1/2021: Relaunch Our…

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SERC Releases Documentary on CT’s Black & Latino Studies Course

January 21, 2021 • Educators, Features & News

Following approval of Connecticut’s first model statewide curriculum, the State…

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Connecticut History Day and the International Festival of Arts and Ideas Receive Grants from CT Humanities Totaling $50,000

January 19, 2021 • Features & News, Grants

Last month, the Board of Directors of Connecticut Humanities (CTH), the state’s…

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CT Humanities Awards $1.5M of CARES Act Funding to 50 Connecticut Museums

December 22, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

On Monday, December 21, the Board of Directors of Connecticut…

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Connecticut Humanities Receives $55,485 from The Scripps Family Fund for Education and the Arts to Support Teach It

Connecticut Humanities has received $55,485 from The Scripps Family Fund…

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CT Humanities to Award $1.5 M of CT CARES Act Funding to Larger CT Museums

December 9, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities, the state’s affiliate of the National Endowment for…

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Book trailer playlists from the 2020 CT Book Awards submissions!

November 24, 2020 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

Looking for a good book? We’ve got you covered: Young…

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Stories Build Bridges with the Ubuntu Storytellers!

Friday, December 4, at 8:00 pm, virtual performance The Ubuntu…

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Join Us in Welcoming Sheldyn Oliver to Connecticut Humanities

November 15, 2020 • Features & News

Last week, Sheldyn Oliver joined the Connecticut Humanities staff as…

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Connecticut Humanities Awards $21,214 in Quick Grants to 6 Cultural Nonprofits

November 15, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) awarded $21,214 at its October Quick Grant…

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CT Humanities Awarded $50,000 to Further Dialogue, Civics Education, and Participation in our Democracy

October 23, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities has been awarded $50,000 by the Federation of…

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Grant Opportunity: Governor Lamont Creates Program to Assist Small Businesses and Nonprofits Impacted by COVID-19

October 20, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is creating the Connecticut…

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CT Humanities Provides Scholarships to Attend NEMA Annual Conference

October 19, 2020 • Features & News

NEMA’s 2020 Virtual Annual Conference is November 16-20 Originally scheduled…

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$37,265 in COVID-19 Quick Grants Awarded by Connecticut Humanities

September 4, 2020 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) recently awarded $37,265 in COVID-19 related Quick…

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CT Council for the Social Studies Presents Dr. Jason Mancini with the CCSS Bruce Fraser Friend of Social Studies Award

August 31, 2020 • Features & News

Congratulations to Dr. Jason Mancini, Executive Director, Connecticut Humanities, for…

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Bring Connecticut History to Life in your Classroom with Teach It from Connecticut Humanities

“It gives me an appreciation of how it is now from…

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$52,735 in COVID-19 Related Quick Grants Awarded by Connecticut Humanities

August 19, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities recently awarded $52,735 in COVID-19 related Quick Grants to…

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Tell Us How You Are Doing

August 18, 2020 • Features & News

It’s been four months since we invited you to share…

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Connecticut Humanities Receives $100,000 from CHEFA for Collaborative COVID-19 Assistance to Connecticut’s Cultural Sector

August 6, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) has been awarded a grant in the…

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August Quick Grant Deadline Extended

August 5, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Due to the widespread power outages caused by Tropical Storm…

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Connecticut Humanities Awards $29,724 in COVID-19 Related Quick Grants to 6 Connecticut Organizations

July 29, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) recently awarded $29,724 in COVID-19 related Quick…

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Connecticut Humanities Receives $28,500 from The Scripps Family Fund for Education and the Arts to Support Book Voyagers in Eastern CT

July 23, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities has received $28,500 from The Scripps Family Fund for…

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CT Humanities Awards $135,000 in Emergency Relief Funding to 19 CT Organizations

July 22, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities Relief Grants – Awards Announcement Connecticut Humanities (CTH)…

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Call for Poems from Connecticut’s Poet Laureate

July 17, 2020 • Features & News

Margaret Gibson, State of Connecticut Poet Laureate, is inviting all…

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Connecticut Humanities Awards $226,461 to 14 Connecticut Cultural Organizations for Project and Capacity Building Grants  

July 6, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) recently awarded $226,461 to 14 humanities organizations…

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$415,000 in Emergency Relief Funding Awarded to 56 CT Organizations

July 2, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities CARES Act Humanities Relief Grants – Awards Announcement…

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What Do Baby Clothes Have in Common with Parachutes? A Surprise CT – UK Connection!

June 19, 2020 • Features & News

We at Connecticut Humanities made a new friend this week…

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National History Day Kick’s Off with Students from Connecticut!

June 14, 2020 • Features & News, History Day

In honor of the National History Day contest kick-off, Connecticut…

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July and August Quick Grants to Address COVID-19

June 3, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

As with the recent June Quick Grant deadline, for the…

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Women in the Jury Box and the Beginning of U.S. Navy Aviation – New Articles at ConnecticutHistory.org

Elizabeth W. Coe Demands the Right of Jury Service In…

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Montessori Magnet Students Shine at CT History Day. “Mother Ella” Chosen as Outstanding Entry in Connecticut History.

Four Montessori Magnet School (Hartford) students earned the 2020 Outstanding…

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CTH Funded Projects Pivoting in Response to COVID-19

More than ever, people need the humanities. They uplift, inform,…

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CT Humanities Awards $11,922 to Three Connecticut Organizations

May 21, 2020 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities recently awarded $11,922 to three Connecticut organizations for…

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Centers for the Book Celebrate Historical Fiction with 2020 Route 1 Reads

Connecticut Center for the Book, in partnership with 15 Centers…

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2020 CT Book Award Update!

May 20, 2020 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

Submissions for the 2020 CT Book Awards are closed, the…

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CT Humanities to Award CARES Act Funds to Humanities and Cultural Nonprofits in Need 

May 14, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut Humanities is honored to provide rapid-response funding to nonprofit humanities…

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Looking for resources regarding reopening your organization?

May 6, 2020 • Features & News

UPDATED: 6/15/2020 – Resources continue to come in from all…

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COVID-19 Relief to CT Arts, Humanities Organizations from CARES Act

April 22, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

Connecticut arts, humanities organizations eligible to receive federal CARES Act…

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Coronavirus Update from CT Humanities

April 22, 2020 • Features & News

Connecticut Humanities believes that public health and safety are top…

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Changes to June Quick Grants in Response to COVID-19

April 21, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

For the upcoming June 5, 2020, Quick Grant application deadline,…

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Westport Library Opens Suffrage Exhibit Online

We are so pleased to see The Westport Library has opened its…

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Tell us what you need.

April 15, 2020 • Features & News

CT Humanities and the Connecticut League of History Organizations are teaming up to…

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Virtual Judges Needed for Connecticut History Day!

April 3, 2020 • Features & News, History Day

Connecticut History Day has gone virtual! During this challenging time,…

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April 3 Grant Deadline Extended to April 17

April 1, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

In response to the COVID-19 public health crisis, Connecticut Humanities…

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Coronavirus Update – CT Humanities Granting Program

March 17, 2020 • Features & News, Grants

As developments with COVID-19 and its effect on our communities…

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Free Digital History Resources for Educators, Parents, and Students

CT Humanities reminds you of our free digital resources for…

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CT Humanities Awards $22,303 to Eight Connecticut Organizations

March 12, 2020 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities recently awarded $22,303 to eight Connecticut organizations for…

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Grantee Spotlight: Litchfield Historical Society

February 3, 2020 • CTH Funded, Features & News, Grants

CT Humanities recently awarded the Litchfield Historical Society a $25,000…

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CT Humanities Awards $199,174 to Nine Connecticut Organizations

January 31, 2020 • CTH Funded, Features & News

CT Humanities recently awarded $199,174 to nine Connecticut organizations for…

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Connecticut’s Kid Governor Inauguration Ceremony: Civics at its best!

Congratulations to Myra Stanfield, chosen as Connecticut’s Kid Governor for…

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Calling for Proposals – Connecticut League of History Organizations

January 14, 2020 • Features & News

Connecticut League of History Organizations welcomes proposals for its 2020…

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Seeds of Inspiration – 2020 Connecticut Book Awards Accepting Submissions

January 13, 2020 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

Submissions for the Connecticut Book Awards opened on January 13,…

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E-News: Literature abounds in CT! Civic Summit, Book Voyagers, Upcoming Events

November 5, 2019 • eletter, Features & News

“One of the most memorable things I hear is when…

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E-News: Breaking Barriers – Women’s Suffrage Events and Information

October 3, 2019 • eletter, Features & News

“Every woman has rights as a human being first, which…

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E-News: Teach Connecticut History! Resources for Educators

September 5, 2019 • eletter, Features & News

“As one begins to become conscious one begins to examine…

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Stocker Foundation Supports Book Voyagers

June 11, 2019 • Features & News

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) has received $15,000 from The Stocker Foundation…

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Open House Day: Saturday June 8

June 5, 2019 • Features & News

What a fantastic opportunity to check out over 200 organizations…

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2019 Young Writers’ Competition – “Whodunit” at the Mansion

February 13, 2019 • Features & News, Ongoing Exhibits

The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum is launching its sixth annual writing…

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Connecticut Humanities Funded Grants November 2018 Deadline

January 30, 2019 • Features & News

At its January 2019 board meeting, Connecticut Humanities awarded $171,750…

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January 7: Hiram Bingham III, Connecticut’s One-Day Governor

January 7, 2019 • Features & News

https://todayincthistory.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/TICTH-0107-WEB-Governor-Hiram-Bingham-III.mp3 It would be an understatement to say that Hiram…

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The Day – For artist visiting East Lyme, the story is on your face – News from southeastern Connecticut

December 29, 2018 • Features & News

East Lyme — As Christopher Agostino talked about the longevity of…

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December 23: Bridgeport Patron James Beardsley Mortally Wounded – Today in Connecticut History

December 23, 2018 • Features & News

https://todayincthistory.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/12-23-BEARDSLEY.mp3 In 1812, James Walker Beardsley was born to a…

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Stay Tuned: Submissions Open for 2019 CT Book Awards on January 2, 2019

December 17, 2018 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

Connecticut Center for the Book at Connecticut Humanities is accepting submissions for the 2019 Connecticut…

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December 17: Ensign Jimmy Carter Finishes Submarine School in Groton

December 17, 2018 • Features & News

December 17: Ensign Jimmy Carter Finishes Submarine School in Groton

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Southbury Takes on the Nazis

December 14, 2018 • Features & News

Southbury Takes On the Nazis  

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December 14: The First Recorded Meteorite Strike in Connecticut

December 14, 2018 • Features & News

December 14: The First Recorded Meteorite Strike in the United…

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Celebrate a Victorian Holiday Season at Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum & Westport Historical Society’s Wheeler House

October 8, 2018 • Features & News

Nothing enhances the spirit of the holiday season more than…

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October is American Archives Month!

October 2, 2018 • Features & News

Who knew that October is American Archives Month? But how…

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Connecticut Humanities Fund Grant Applications Are Live!

August 30, 2018 • Features & News

Grant lines for Quick Grants, Planning Grants, Implementation Grants, and…

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2018 Connecticut Book Awards Early Registration is Open!

July 20, 2018 • Features & News

There were so many great books submitted this year, you…

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Bridgeport’s Freeman Houses Designated to “America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places” List, Receives Grant from CTH

July 5, 2018 • Features & News

On June 26, 2018, Bridgeport’s Mary and Eliza Freeman Houses…

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CT Humanities is Proud to Announce Five New Board Members!

June 22, 2018 • Features & News

We are happy to announce that at Connecticut Humanities’ Annual…

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Connecticut Humanities Announces over $200,000 in Grant Awards!

May 18, 2018 • Features & News

Congratulations to our most recent round of grant recipients! At…

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What’s Old is New Again!

May 18, 2018 • Features & News

Connecticut Humanities has recently brought two of our favorite projects…

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Fake News: Is it Real?

April 5, 2018 • Features & News

Join Connecticut Humanities (CTH), Capital Community College, and Middlesex Community…

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Thank You for a Successful #CTPlaces Advocacy Day on March 28th!

March 29, 2018 • Features & News

There are hundreds of special places and special heritage and…

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Register for #CTPlaces Advocacy Day on March 28th!

March 15, 2018 • Features & News

The economic importance of the state’s historical and cultural organizations will…

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Connecticut Humanities Goes to Washington

March 1, 2018 • Features & News

Connecticut Humanities staff member, Scott Wands, joined 350 plus colleagues from…

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CTH is proud to Announce Partnership with the State Historian at UConn Hartford and Connecticut Public Radio!

February 15, 2018 • Features & News

Connecticut Humanities and the State Historian at UCONN Hartford are proud to…

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Dr. Jason Mancini Wants to Hear Your Ideas!

January 31, 2018 • Features & News

Dear Friends of CTH: As I settle into my second…

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A Night to Remember

January 31, 2018 • Features & News

We officially welcomed CT Humanities’ new Executive Director, Dr. Jason…

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CTH Announces New Chair and Three New Board Members

January 30, 2018 • Features & News

Connecticut Humanities is pleased to announce the election of three…

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CT Humanities Announces Three New Board Members

January 29, 2018 • Features & News

Connecticut Humanities is pleased to announce the election of three…

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Three Centuries of Christmas Daytime Tours

December 12, 2017 • Features & News

Each year, using armloads of greenery and native plants, authentic…

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A Magnificent Victorian Holiday Exhibit

November 21, 2017 • Features & News

Curated by Trustee, Mimi Findlay, and the Curatorial Committee, the…

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Katherine Donovan Elected to CT Humanities’ Board

November 17, 2017 • Features & News

Donovan, an Audit Supervisor for Whittlesey and Hadley, P.C in…

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Jason Kass Elected to CT Humanities’ Board

November 16, 2017 • Features & News

Kass, Senior Director, Enterprise Business Architecture at Travelers, is one…

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Give the gift of Storytelling on #GivingTuesday

November 16, 2017 • Features & News

Give the gift of storytelling when you donate to CT…

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Robert Svensk Elected to Connecticut Humanities’ Board

November 15, 2017 • Features & News

Svensk, a business executive, entrepreneur, and experienced nonprofit board member,…

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Join Us for One of Two CT Humanities’ Regional Forums!

November 15, 2017 • Features & News

Please join us at one of two Regional Forums CT…

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Help Us Welcome Connecticut Humanities’ New Executive Director, Dr. Jason Mancini!

November 14, 2017 • Features & News

Welcome to CT Humanities’ new Executive Director, Dr. Jason Mancini,…

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Connecticut Humanities Announces Grant Opportunity Around the 200th Anniversary of the Constitution of 1818

November 12, 2017 • Features & News

In preparation for the 200th anniversary of the Connecticut Constitution…

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Charles Monagan Elected to CT Humanities’ Board

November 12, 2017 • Features & News

Charles Monagan has been a writer and editor since 1972,…

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Catherine Fields Elected to CT Humanities’ Board

November 11, 2017 • Features & News

Catherine Keene Fields has been director of the Litchfield Historical…

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Heidi Green Elected to CT Humanities’ Board

November 10, 2017 • Features & News

Heidi Green is a reader. She loves literature and natural…

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Wadsworth Atheneum Exhibit “Morgan: Mind of the Collector” Now Open

November 8, 2017 • Features & News

Financier J. Pierpont Morgan collected more than 20,000 works of…

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2017 Connecticut Book Award Winners!

November 2, 2017 • Features & News

The Connecticut Book Awards were held on October 22, 2017,…

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Connecticut Humanities’ Fall Appeal Is Still Underway

October 14, 2017 • Features & News

Our annual Fall Appeal to you, our friends and donors,…

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Recent Quick Grants

March 2, 2017 • Features & News

Congratulations to the recipients of a special round of CTH…

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Poetry Out Loud State Finals

February 27, 2017 • Features & News

Students from 40 Connecticut schools have practiced and competed for…

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Connecticut State Library Launches World War One Twitter Campaign

February 2, 2017 • Features & News

On February 1, 2017, the Connecticut State Library’s Remembering World War One project…

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History Unfolded

January 4, 2017 • Features & News

Are you interested in being a part of a 24-hour,…

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ConnecticutHistory.org is Mobile!

December 22, 2016 • Features & News

The recent re-launch of ConnecticutHistory.org still provides all the same…

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Road Trip!

November 9, 2016 • Features & News

Opens 11/19/16 – New Haven Museum, New Haven Remember the…

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Teach It Now Offers High School Activities

August 29, 2016 • Features & News

Teachers! Just in time for the new school year, Teach…

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Connecticut Authors Trail

July 21, 2016 • Features & News

A consortium of twenty-five libraries in eastern Connecticut have organized…

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Cedar Hill Cemetery Tours

July 20, 2016 • Features & News

Touring a cemetery may SOUND a little crazy or a…

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Looking Forward

July 8, 2016 • Features & News

On July 1 we began our new fiscal year, with…

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We’re Still Here!

July 1, 2016 • Features & News

July 2016: A New Fiscal Year, with New Challenges! Yes,…

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No Veto Override

June 13, 2016 • Features & News

Statement of Douglas G. Fisher, Executive Director, Connecticut Humanities RE: The…

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Save Humanities Funding

June 6, 2016 • Features & News

Thank you for your help with the effort to restore…

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Statement on Governor’s Funding Elimination

June 3, 2016 • Features & News

Governor Malloy has chosen to use his veto powers to…

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Bruce Fraser Fund for the Humanities in Public Life

May 5, 2016 • Features & News

#BruceFraserFund Please consider a special contribution to the Bruce Fraser…

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Does this place matter?

May 4, 2016 • Features & News

By Mary Donohue Since 1973, Historic Preservation Month has been…

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Your voice really can make a difference!

May 3, 2016 • Features & News

UPDATE: May 4, 2016 Thanks to those of you who…

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Recent Grants

April 15, 2016 • Features & News

Ten grants were made totaling more that $210,000 to support…

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The Poets of Connecticut Poetry Out Loud

April 15, 2016 • Features & News, Poetry Out Loud

I found myself amazed by what each student accomplished on-stage:…

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One Book on the Riverbend

April 13, 2016 • Features & News

To Kill a Mockingbird still resonates with us today –…

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Connecticut Poets and Playwrights

April 1, 2016 • Features & News

Connecticut has its share of poets and playwrights both past…

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Reflections on the Power of Literature from English 220

March 18, 2016 • Features & News

In the fall of 2015, Capital Community College offered a…

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A Passion for Children’s Literature

March 4, 2016 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

Just after the turn of the twenty-first century, a group…

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February 2016 Quick Grants

March 3, 2016 • Features & News

CT Humanities is pleased to announce the following grant awards…

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The History Relevance Campaign

February 18, 2016 • Features & News

A few years ago I was drawn into conversations with…

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The Great Connecticut Caper Book Launch!

February 10, 2016 • Features & News

We are very happy to announce that The Great Connecticut…

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Toward a More Perfect America

February 5, 2016 • Banner, Features & News

If you ask me why I became an American citizen,…

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Libraries Change Lives

January 20, 2016 • Features & News

By Caitlin Augusta, Stratford Library Like me, you may be hunting…

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2016 Poetry Out Loud School Championship Workshop

January 20, 2016 • Features & News

The School Champion Workshop is a chance for School Champions…

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Resolutions versus Intentions

January 6, 2016 • Features & News

We all have good intentions as a new year begins,…

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Revelry. Feasting. Misrule. Christmas.

December 16, 2015 • Features & News

“What?” You say. Christmas? But, but, but… Christmas is jolly….

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Faith – Exploring Beliefs

December 2, 2015 • Features & News

“To me religion has nothing to do with any specific…

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Giving Tuesday

November 30, 2015 • Features & News

“When you cease to make a contribution, you begin to…

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Kid Governor!

November 13, 2015 • Features & News

I know that together we CAN make a difference! I…

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Hip-Hip, Hurrah!

November 12, 2015 • Features & News

Sally Whipple, executive director at Connecticut’s Old State House and…

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Are We Still Engaged?

November 3, 2015 • Features & News

Noooo… not THAT kind of engaged. We’re talking about civic…

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It’s here! It’s here!

November 3, 2015 • Features & News

The 2016 Connecticut Caper Calendar (say THAT three times fast!)…

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Help Wanted. No Irish Need Apply.

October 29, 2015 • Features & News

In 2002 a professor from the University of Illinois proposed…

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When it comes to teaching immigration, look around you – Connecticut has more than you may think!

October 14, 2015 • Features & News

When you think of immigration, what places come to mind?…

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Aquí Me Quedo: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

October 7, 2015 • Features & News

In Spanish it means “I’m here to stay” and many…

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Immigration, Emigration, Migration: What?

October 1, 2015 • Features & News

The terms are confusing: immigration, emigration, migration. They are all…

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Connecticut History Day Kick-Off: October 3

September 28, 2015 • Features & News

Did you ever wonder what Connecticut History Day is all about?…

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Shhh!

September 2, 2015 • Features & News

Definition of Censorship: The practice of [officially] examining books, movies,…

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Agricultural Fairs

August 27, 2015 • Features & News

The season is beginning! Ag fairs throughout the state start…

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Road Food Adventures

August 20, 2015 • Features & News

Lobster rolls. Fried clams. Oysters. Hamburgers. Thin crust pizza. Creamery…

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Route1Reads

August 19, 2015 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

2,369 Miles of Adventure on Route 1 From Ft Kent,…

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Money Matters and Demystifying Insurance

August 14, 2015 • Features & News

A Workshop Brought to You By Connecticut Humanities and Connecticut…

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Connecticut Barns: Not What You Think!

August 12, 2015 • Features & News

Barns are interesting structures and Connecticut has lots of them…

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Old School Dairy Farming

August 6, 2015 • Features & News

Did you ever want to visit a working dairy farm?…

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Connecticut’s Agricultural Identity

August 5, 2015 • Features & News

We’re taking a very broad peek at Connecticut agriculture identity…

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Sunken Garden Poetry Festival

July 19, 2015 • Features & News

Hill-Stead Museum’s 2015 Sunken Garden Poetry Festival is underway! The…

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NEH Chairman Discusses Role of Humanities

July 9, 2015 • Features & News

William D. Adams, chairman of the National Endowment for the…

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Woop! Woop!

June 19, 2015 • Features & News

Congratulations to all students who participated in National History Day,…

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International Festival of Arts & Ideas

June 11, 2015 • Features & News

This year the International Festival of Arts and Ideas celebrates…

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Samurai and the Culture of Japan’s Great Peace

June 10, 2015 • Features & News

Featuring more than 150 spectacular artifacts from four Yale collections—the…

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Thank You!

June 8, 2015 • Features & News

To all of our supporters over these last months, CT…

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CT Caper: Chapter 12

June 7, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

Home Again When we last saw Thomas and Li-Ming…  Lady…

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Mystery Solved!

June 2, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

Celebrate the conclusion of The Great Connecticut Caper! Join other…

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CT Caper: Chapter 11

May 24, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

Spell Check When we last saw Thomas and Li-Ming… Lady…

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National History Day 2015

May 22, 2015 • Features & News, History Day

It’s here! It’s here! Well, almost. National History Day is…

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CLHO Conference: June 1

May 20, 2015 • Features & News

Connecting to Community June 1, 2015 The Connecticut League of…

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CT Caper: Chapter 9

April 27, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

The Blue Feather When we last saw Thomas and Li-Ming……

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History Day State Finals!

April 26, 2015 • Features & News, History Day

Wow! History Day state finals are just around the corner!…

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Do CTPlaces matter to you?

April 14, 2015 • Features & News

We hope so! Funding for CT Humanities is currently eliminated…

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On this day in Connecticut History

April 14, 2015 • Features & News

Now you, too, can be a font of Nutmegger knowledge!…

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CT Caper: Chapter 8

April 13, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

Back to the Future In the last chapter of The…

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History Day in Connecticut 2015

March 30, 2015 • Features & News, History Day

Wow! We’re getting down to the wire with History Day…

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CT Caper: Chapter 7

March 29, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

The Hallow and the Hollow Surely you read Chapter 6…

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Congratulations!

March 11, 2015 • Features & News

Three cheers for Connecticut’s 2015 Poetry Out Loud State Champion,…

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CT Caper: Chapter 6

March 10, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

Another Surprise… Indeed, another surprise awaits the reader in the…

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Poetry Out Loud Competitions Approach

February 19, 2015 • Features & News, Poetry Out Loud

They’ve practiced for months and won their school championships. Now,…

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CT Caper: Chapter 4

February 17, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

A Bone-Chilling Escape Did Li-Ming and Thomas manage to escape…

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Directors! Consultants! & Boards! Oh My!

February 5, 2015 • Features & News

Defining Roles and Building Effective Relationships Do these questions sound…

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Steppin’ Up to Excellence

January 23, 2015 • Features & News

Congratulations to the newly selected StEPs-CT class of 2015-17! Avery-Copp…

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CT Caper: Chapter 2

January 14, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

In just days, Chapter Two of The Great Connecticut Caper will…

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CT Caper: Chapter 3

January 5, 2015 • CT Caper, Features & News

Where are we? Chapter Three leaps to another destination. Where,…

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A Warm Welcome to

December 22, 2014 • Features & News

Jacquetta Haley, a new StEPs-CT mentor for our 2015-2017 class….

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Judges Needed

December 22, 2014 • Features & News

Do you enjoy meeting outstanding young people? Do you like…

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It’s Here! Really, Really Here!

December 21, 2014 • Features & News

The Great Connecticut Caper is ready and waiting for your…

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Donations Made Easy!

December 15, 2014 • Features & News

December is holiday shopping time, of course, and if you…

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CT Caper: Chapter 1

December 4, 2014 • CT Caper, Features & News

The clock is tick-tick-ticking… The Great Connecticut Caper launches January…

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CT Caper – Contributors

October 8, 2014 • CT Caper, Features & News

Wow! The Great Connecticut Caper is heating up! Gillette Castle…

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Become a StEPs-CT mentor

September 2, 2014 • Features & News

The Connecticut League of History Organizations and Connecticut Humanities seek…

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Get your library card here

August 27, 2014 • Ctr for Book, Features & News

or there, or anywhere. If you don’t have a library…

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At Your Service

March 17, 2014 • CAW, Features & News

Do you enjoy Downton Abbey? If so, you’ll love the…

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Nuts & Bolts

March 10, 2014 • CAW, Features & News

Stories from New Britain Manufacturing Measuring tapes. Scales. Wrenches. Coffee grinders. Screwdrivers….

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History Day in Connecticut

February 26, 2014 • Features & News

History Day is Coming! History Day is Coming! It really…

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Rhonda Ward

November 1, 2013 • Features & News, Poetry Out Loud

Rhonda currently lives and writes in New London, CT. She…

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John Stanizzi

November 1, 2013 • Features & News, Poetry Out Loud

John has delighted readers and listeners throughout New England and…

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Elizabeth Thomas

November 1, 2013 • Features & News, Poetry Out Loud

Elizabeth is a widely published poet, performer and educator. The…

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Edwina Trentham

November 1, 2013 • Features & News, Poetry Out Loud

Edwina is professor Emerita of English at Asnuntuck Community College…

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Chivas Sandage

November 1, 2013 • Features & News, Poetry Out Loud

Chivas was a finalist for the 2012 ForeWord Book of…

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Kate Rushin

November 1, 2013 • Features & News, Poetry Out Loud

Kate is an award-winning, Connecticut poet/educator with training in theater…

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READy for the Grade

October 16, 2013 • Features & News

Connecticut Humanities wishes to extend its wholehearted thanks to the…

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Welcome to Erika Tindill

September 25, 2013 • Features & News

CT Humanities is very pleased to welcome Erika M. Tindill,…

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CTH Welcomes New Partner

September 19, 2013 • Features & News

We’re pleased to announce that Connecticut Humanities has formed a…

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Food Stamped: Documentary Film

August 14, 2013 • Features & News

Could you eat a healthy, well-balanced diet on a food…

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Welcome to Leah Hartman

August 7, 2013 • Features & News

CT Humanities is very pleased to welcome Leah Hartman as…

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