Telling Kentucky's Story

Prime Time for Schools

Kentucky Humanities is starting a new round of Prime Time programs for the coming year. See schedule here.

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Kentucky Humanities magazine

Kentucky Humanities is serious about telling Kentucky's story.

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Roscoe Tarleton Goose Chautauqua available

Kentucky Chautauqua Roscoe Tarleton Goose portrayed by Eddie Price is available for booking.

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Episode 75 - Margaret Verble, Author
Host Bill Goodman is joined by Margaret Verble, celebrated author and finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in fiction for her novel, Maud's Line. Verble's new novel, Cherokee America, is a prequel to Maud's Line and was just released on February 19, 2019. As an enrolled and voting citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Verble's inspiration for her novels comes from her family's history, living on Native American land in Oklahoma. Be sure and pick up your copy of Cherokee America today!  More episodes


Strengthening Democracy

This video is a production of the Federation of State Humanities Councils. The humanities provide context and conversation for communities to come together despite their differences. Attend a Kentucky Humanities program to learn more about how we foster connections in communities across the state. To learn more about the Federation of State Humanities Councils, visit

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