OH Blog and News

The Office of Federal/State Partnership at NEH is Hiring

Published: December 19, 2018

The Office of Federal/State Partnership at NEH is accepting applications for a program officer position. For more information click here. Read More

Si Se Puede!

Published: May 22, 2018

Written By: Fred Blanco In 1972, Arizona passed a bill banning boycotts during harvest seasons. Cesar Chavez responded with a 25-day “Fast for Love.” The fast quickly took its physical toll on Chavez and he was eventually hospitalized. Many came to him to urge him to stop endangering himself. Among… Read More

Style Points: RFK Wins Indiana

Published: May 21, 2018

Written By: Jeremy Meier Today’s American public is well familiar with the seemingly never-ending primary season—the long leadup and prologue to the summer conventions feels like it goes on like a presidential opera in eight acts. We see hopefuls in each party launching hype campaigns months before Iowa and New… Read More

What Type of Contemporary Feminism Are You?

Published: May 16, 2018

In 1964, Betty Friedan published The Feminine Mystique and made waves across America. Friedan was a leading figure in the second-wave of the women’s movement in the US and her writing changed the way society thought about women. On the 2018 Ohio Chautauqua tour, Sally Ann Drucker… Read More

Benjamin O. Davis, Jr.: An Aviator Tested in Battle

Published: May 15, 2018

Written By: Dr. J. Holmes Armstead Captain Benjamin O. Davis Jr. was serving at Tuskegee College in 1940 as professor of military science when new orders summoned him to Fort Riley, Kansas. Upon arriving to his new post, he was assigned duties as aide de camp to the newly appointed… Read More

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