Delaware Humanities is curating its collection of videos and program materials to make them available online.
Russia and the United States: A New Cold War?
Lecture by David E. Hoffman, Pulitzer Prize winner for The Dead Hand
Rethinking Jim Crow Segregation
Lecture by Dr. Nathan D.B. Connolly, author of A World More Concrete
A License to Remember
Film created with funding from NEH’s Standing Together initiative. A Film Brothers production.
A Legacy of Opportunity: The History of Delaware State University
Film created with funding from NEH’s Humanities and the Legacy of Race and Ethnicity in the United States initiative and the Welfare Foundation, Inc. A 302 Stories, Inc. production.
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.
Spring 2018 Vision Grant Awards total $88,496June 28, 2018
Ten organizations from around the state have been awarded Delaware Humanities Vision Grants.