Telling Kentucky's Story

Kentucky Humanities magazine

Kentucky Humanities is serious about telling Kentucky's story.

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Sara Volpi joins KH staff

We are excited to announce that Sara Volpi has joined our staff, serving as the director of the Kentucky Book Festival!

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Virginia Carter receives Honorary Doctorate in Humanities

Long-time Executive Director, Virginia Carter, was presented with an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities, by the University of Kentucky.

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THINK HUMANITIES - Podcast

Episode 70 - Natalie Smith, Kentucky Historical Society
Are you a genealogist or a Kentucky history buff? Have you ever wondered what life was like in your hometown during the Civil War? Natalie Smith of the Kentucky Historical Society is here to help us find out! Natalie served as an editorial assistant for the Civil War Governors of Kentucky at KHS, which has published a collection of over 10,000 documents in an online archive readily available to all. Natalie provides an inside scoop on how documents are discovered, transcribed, annotated, verified, and published online. She serves as the Civics Education Coordinator for the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville. To learn more about the Civil War Governors of Kentucky and to access the archives, visit http://discovery.civilwargovernors.org/.  More episodes

THINK HUMANITIES - Vlog

We Are the Humanities

This video is a production of the Federation of State Humanities Councils. Visit a Kentucky Humanities program to learn more about how we embrace the humanities to create change across our communities! http://www.statehumanities.org/

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