Mass Humanities supports programs that use history, literature,
philosophy, and the other humanities disciplines to enhance and
improve civic life throughout Massachusetts.
>> The ART of Human Rights
Community education, civic engagement, and creative expression come together at Cambridge's highly regarded American Repertory Theater.
>> Humanities Seaside
We've compiled a list of our favorite public humanities destinations by the sea. Enjoy your summer vacation seasoned with a taste of the past.
>> Let's Talk Equality
What do we owe each other? We urgently need to discuss what our social contract means today. Join us for several discussions around the state.
>> 14 Books for the Beach
Our staff and board selected some of the books from their summertime lists to recommend to you. Take in these titles as you bask in the sun.
Literature & Medicine
Humanities at the heart of health care >>
The Clemente Course in the Humanities
Tuition-free, college-level instruction >>
The Public Humanist
Today: Longing for Home >>
Family Adventures in Reading
A humanities-based family reading program >>
Mabel Todd First Describes Emily Dickinson
On this day in 1882, Mabel Loomis Todd first recorded her impressions of her mysterious Amherst neighbor. Emily Dickinson always wore white and had her hair arranged "as was the fashion fifteen years ago." "She writes the strangest poems, an... >>
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