As chants of "This-is-what-democracy looks-like" filled America’s streets this spring, New Hampshire Humanities offered veterans in our state the chance to take a deeper dive into the topic at an intensive writing and photography workshop supported by the Federation of State Humanities Councils, the Pulitzer Prizes, and The Mellon Foun
New Hampshire Humanities invites veterans to participate in a free, three-day workshop on storytelling through the art of writing and photography. The workshop will be held on March 12, 13, and 14 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications in Manchester.
Has the road to "homecoming" and adjustment back to civilian life been harder and longer than you and your family expected? Veterans, current service members, family members, and friends are invited to attend a 10-week reading and discussion group.
James Wright, author of Enduring Vietnam, An American Generation and Its War, will present a talk on the culture of pre-war America, the force the War exerted on social trends and political life, and the stories of the men and women who served, on September 12.
New Hampshire Humanities, in partnership with Dartmouth College and supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), launched an innovative program for veterans in the fall of 2016, From Troy to Baghdad: Dialogues on the Experience of War & Homecoming, a book discussion group for veterans and current service members.