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Mistress of Math - Humanities, January/February 2014
(An article about Mass Humanities grant funded project, Emilie: The Marquise de Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight.)


New education website aims to help area middle schoolers think like philosophers
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Hampshire Gazette
, November 20, 2013
(A Mass Humanities funded project. Watch the video of this project, What's the Big Idea?)

One house, two histories in Medford
- Boston Globe
, September 3, 2013

Hundreds attend reading of Frederick Douglass speech
- Boston Globe, July 3, 2013

Douglass speech provides 4th of July challenge to Americans
- 22 News WWLP.com, July 3, 2012

What happened to civility?
- Boston Globe - The Voices of New England, February 15, 2012

Project aims to get Valley veterans writing about 'homecoming' from war - Daily Hampshire Gazette, March 2, 2011
(A Mass Humanities funded project.)

Trustees of Reservations to Host Mohicans Talk - iBerkshires.com, January 3, 2011
(A Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant related event.)

Group shines light on lives of blacks in Colonies - Amherst Bulletin, December 24, 2010
(A Mass Humanities Liberty and Justice Project grant)

Andy Buckley film wins MASS Humanities Grant - Cape Cod Today, December 24, 2010
(A Mass Humanities Social Media Outreach Project grant)

Movie helps students learn how to 'Coexist' - Lowell Sun, December 15, 2010
(A film project supported by a Mass Humanities.)

Shining new light on life before Revolution - The Boston Globe, October 7, 2010
(A great project supported by a Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant.)

Frederick Douglass speech contrasting Declaration of Independence celebration with slavery read at Springfield Ma. event - The Republican, June 30, 2010
("The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro": Reading Frederick Douglass during the Presidency of Barack Obama event downtown Springfield on June 30th)

Archaeology exhibit digs deep into Truro's past - Provincetown Banner on Wicked Local, June 18, 2010
(A project that received three grants from Mass Humanities)

Boston's black history being unburied at cemetery - The AP, September 27, 2009
(Another article about a Scholar in Residence grant from Mass Humanities.)

Civil War race exhibit to open at Peabody library  - The Daily Item, Sept. 22, 2009
(An exhibit supported by a Mass Humanities project grant.)

Diversity at Rest: Researcher aims to chronicle cemetery's inclusion of local blacks
- The Boston Globe, Sept. 9, 2009
(A great project supported by a Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant.)

Oak Square Y kids visit Sail Boston
- Wicked Local, July 16, 2009
(A boatload of kids from Brighton joined Save the Harbor/Save the Bay on a visit to Boston Harbor during the recent Tall Ships visit to Boston to experience Sail Boston 2009, the Festival of Tall Ships.)

Recalling Douglass in the age of Obama - The Bay State Banner, June 24, 2009
(Kickoff event for Reading Frederick Douglass project)

The Emotional Awareness of War - The Valley Advocate, April 23, 2009
(Mass Humanities funded exhibit 100 portraits of Americans involved in Iraq and Afghanistan)

Museum's Reopening Shows Off Mass. History - The Boston Globe, April 17, 2009

MAS receives $10,000 grant for professional development program - Southeast Coast Gazette, April 16, 2009

In One Parish, the State of the Church
- The Boston Globe, April 8, 2009
(a review of a Mass Humanities-funded film, Scenes from a Parish)

Investigating the Crypt at Old North
- The Boston Globe, April 6, 2009
(Archeologist studies 37 tombs under Old North Church)

144 years after Lincoln's death, Americans still grappling with issue of slavery
- Southeast Coast Gazette - February 19, 2009

Valley Mills Linked to Slavery
- Worcester Telegram, October 20, 2008

Discovering Local Roots of Slavery - Milford Daily News, October 19, 2008


Hundreds attend reading of Frederick Douglass speech
- Boston Globe, July 3, 2013

Douglass speech provides 4th of July challenge to Americans
- 22 News WWLP.com, July 3, 2012

What happened to civility?
- Boston Globe - The Voices of New England, February 15, 2012

Project aims to get Valley veterans writing about 'homecoming' from war - Daily Hampshire Gazette, March 2, 2011
(A Mass Humanities funded project.)

Trustees of Reservations to Host Mohicans Talk - iBerkshires.com, January 3, 2011
(A Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant related event.)

Group shines light on lives of blacks in Colonies - Amherst Bulletin, December 24, 2010
(A Mass Humanities Liberty and Justice Project grant)

Andy Buckley film wins MASS Humanities Grant - Cape Cod Today, December 24, 2010
(A Mass Humanities Social Media Outreach Project grant)

Movie helps students learn how to 'Coexist' - Lowell Sun, December 15, 2010
(A film project supported by a Mass Humanities.)

Shining new light on life before Revolution - The Boston Globe, October 7, 2010
(A great project supported by a Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant.)

Frederick Douglass speech contrasting Declaration of Independence celebration with slavery read at Springfield Ma. event - The Republican, June 30, 2010
("The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro": Reading Frederick Douglass during the Presidency of Barack Obama event downtown Springfield on June 30th)

Archaeology exhibit digs deep into Truro's past - Provincetown Banner on Wicked Local, June 18, 2010
(A project that received three grants from Mass Humanities)

Boston's black history being unburied at cemetery - The AP, September 27, 2009
(Another article about a Scholar in Residence grant from Mass Humanities.)

Civil War race exhibit to open at Peabody library  - The Daily Item, Sept. 22, 2009
(An exhibit supported by a Mass Humanities project grant.)

Diversity at Rest: Researcher aims to chronicle cemetery's inclusion of local blacks
- The Boston Globe, Sept. 9, 2009
(A great project supported by a Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant.)

Oak Square Y kids visit Sail Boston
- Wicked Local, July 16, 2009
(A boatload of kids from Brighton joined Save the Harbor/Save the Bay on a visit to Boston Harbor during the recent Tall Ships visit to Boston to experience Sail Boston 2009, the Festival of Tall Ships.)

Recalling Douglass in the age of Obama - The Bay State Banner, June 24, 2009
(Kickoff event for Reading Frederick Douglass project)

The Emotional Awareness of War - The Valley Advocate, April 23, 2009
(Mass Humanities funded exhibit 100 portraits of Americans involved in Iraq and Afghanistan)

Museum's Reopening Shows Off Mass. History - The Boston Globe, April 17, 2009

MAS receives $10,000 grant for professional development program - Southeast Coast Gazette, April 16, 2009

In One Parish, the State of the Church
- The Boston Globe, April 8, 2009
(a review of a Mass Humanities-funded film, Scenes from a Parish)

Investigating the Crypt at Old North
- The Boston Globe, April 6, 2009
(Archeologist studies 37 tombs under Old North Church)

144 years after Lincoln's death, Americans still grappling with issue of slavery
- Southeast Coast Gazette - February 19, 2009

Valley Mills Linked to Slavery
- Worcester Telegram, October 20, 2008

Discovering Local Roots of Slavery - Milford Daily News, October 19, 2008

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