OH Blog and News

Call for Speakers: Women’s Suffrage, Civil Rights, May 4th Anniversary, and ‘Democracy and the Informed Citizen’

Published: July 12, 2019

Ohio Humanities seeks to make a positive contribution to public conversations in 2020 with the addition of new Speakers Bureau talks. Our aim is to spark statewide engagement in topics that highlight the significant anniversaries of Women’s Suffrage, the Civil Rights movement, and the May 4th Kent State unrest. We… Read More

Not Far from Me: Stories of Opioids and Ohio

Published: June 28, 2019

With support from Ohio Humanities, Ohio University medical school professors Daniel Skinner and Berkeley Franz have launched a website that provides resources for facilitating community conversations and reducing stigma around the issue of opioid abuse. The website is hosted at www.NotFarFromMe.org The site is a companion to Skinner and Franz’s co-edited book,… Read More

The Congregational Library and Archives Position Announcement: Executive Director

Published: June 13, 2019

The Congregational Library and Archives, a special library of books, manuscripts, and electronic resources in Boston, Massachusetts, is seeking a new Executive Director.  The Library (CL&A) preserves materials relating to and advancing the study and deeper understanding of the Congregational story, a crucial religious influence on America’s intellectual, civic, and… Read More

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