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 and news.
- 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
A Tale from the Decameron (1916) by John William Waterhouse.
“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?
Staff Blog & News
What We’re Reading