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Humanities Happenings 6/21-6/23

Beat the heat and refresh your mind with humanities presentations across the state. Lansing, Great Bend, & Salina: Kansas City Monarchs in Our Hometown Formed in 1920, the Kansas City Monarchs revolutionized baseball: not only were they charter members of the … Read full article »

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KHC Awards Seven Grants

KHC recently awarded $36,941 in Humanities and Heritage grants to seven Kansas organizations. Local contributions to the projects are estimated at $147,165. Bowlus Fine Arts Center, Iola ($2,835) “Keaton and the Wild West” The annual Buster Keaton Celebration features public … Read full article »

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Humanities Happenings: 06/05-06/07

Visit Concordia, Ness City, Greensburg, Arkansas City, Alma, or Jetmore this weekend to participate in one of the following KHC-sponsored events. Concordia: A Tale of Two Cultures During the 19th and early 20th centuries, the children of Kansas immigrants lived … Read full article »

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A Trip on the Historical Highway

This summer, KHC features daily posts about the speakers and topics in the Humanities catalog. Today’s featured presentation is “Where Immigration Hits the Historical Highway” by Antonio Delgado. Immigration is a dynamic experience that impacts the individual, family, community, and country. … Read full article »

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Even More to TALK About

Young people coming of age. Exiled immigrants balancing life in their new home with memories of the one they left behind. Globalization bringing people from different countries and cultures together. These are the themes of three new Talk About Literature … Read full article »

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