Anthropology – Archaeology – Architecture – Comparative Religion – Modern and Classical Languages – Literature – Ethics – Folklore – History – Jurisprudence – Linguistics – Philosophy – Political Science – Art and Art History
Are you passionate about one of these subjects? Want to share what you know with other Delawareans? Delaware Humanities is seeking new voices for our Speakers Program. A Bachelor’s degree is required for the K-12 classroom presentations, but anyone with expert knowledge in the presentation’s area can become a Speaker. Presentations should run approximately 45 minutes, with 15 minutes allowed for Q&A. Delaware Humanities will pay a small honorarium for your appearance.
Auditions for new presentations are held once a year in July. Applications for this year are due Monday, May 14, 2018. Contact Ciera Fisher at email@example.com or (302) 657-0650 x12 for more information on how to apply.
Delaware Humanities Council introduces New Executive Director Michele AnstineJune 18, 2018
Michele Anstine, most recently the Assistant CEO and Chief Program Officer for the Delaware Historical Society, brings twenty years of experience working in the humanities in Delaware. While at the George Read II House & Gardens, she held various leadership roles, raising nearly $2 million in funds to preserve and enhance one of the premiere Federalist homes and museum collections in the United States. She was a critical part of the successful campaign to designate the property as a National Historic Landmark. A native of southern Kent County, Ms. Anstine holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from the University of Delaware.