Every weekday, we bring you something new:
- Mondays, we share “Democracy and the Informed Citizen” podcasts, videos, and articles.
- Tuesdays you’ll find a Humanities at Home conversation prompt to use when “meeting” with friends and family at home and far away.
- Wednesdays bring interesting blog posts written by Ohio Humanities staff.
- Thursdays articles from Pathways magazine will hit the the digital pages.
- Fridays are dedicated to sharing books we are reading now.
Here are links to the content we’ve posted so far. Check back soon to find new content!
Democracy & the Informed Citizen
Conversations at Home
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.”
– Marcel Proust
What does your voyage of discovery look like?
“Happiness, knowledge, not in another place but this place, not at another time but this time. . . .”
– Walt Whitman, “A Song for Occupations, part 6,” from Leaves of Grass
What is your favorite part of Leaves of Grass?
How can I best support young people in these uncertain times?
If you could change one thing in your life/community what would it be?
What lessons would you like to pass on to future generations?
What expectations of normal am I letting go of?
What are the “gifts” that need to be rekindled in your community?
Where do you feel the most at home? What does home feel like to you?
A Tale from the Decameron (1916) by John William Waterhouse.
What We’re Reading