Maryland Humanities is pleased to announce the selection of Bloodsworth: The True Story of the First Death Row Inmate Exonerated by DNA by Maryland native Tim Junkin (pictured) for the 2018 One Maryland One Book program.
March 23, 2018
Phoebe Stein, Executive Director of Maryland Humanities, wrote an Op-Ed published in The Baltimore Sun.
February 12, 2018
Events for Artpartheid, a program awarded a grant from Maryland Humanities, began on February 8. The Baltimore Sun highlighted the first one
(Annapolis) –  Nineteen outstanding Maryland middle and high school history scholars received recognition from State Senators and Delegates for their awards or honors received at National History Day. In order to participate, students must place at Maryland History Day, a Maryland Humanities program
January 31, 2018
Maryland Humanities is pleased to welcome Kelly Kind to the organization's new Advancement Department, which directs the organization's communications, marketing and fundraising. King and Wyer serve as the organization’s Grants Specialist and Digital & Database Associate, respectiv
Maryland Humanities is pleased to announce that the National WWII Museum selected Molly Bingham, a 2017 Maryland History Day winner, as one of the Museum’s Student Ambassadors for 2018.
Maryland Humanities welcomes Julia (Julie) Madden, appointed by Governor Larry Hogan, to its Board of Directors.
January 26, 2018
The Baltimore Sun featured one of our Veterans Book Groups in an article.
January 22, 2018
Maryland Humanities is proud to award grants to twelve organizations across the state for its most recent grant cycle for public humanities programming. (Fall 2017)
January 2, 2018