Dr. Jermaine Ellerbe, who teaches at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring and who participates in Maryland History Day, is one of 58 teachers selected for a National History Day® (NHD) fall professional development program.
December 2, 2020
In a Garrett County Republican article on Garrett Lakes Art Festival's Annual Meeting, Maryland Humanities was referred to both as a sponsor as well as the producer of Chautauqua.
Justin Mallow interview Mary Hastler, the new Chair of the Board of Maryland Humanities.
These 10 books with Baltimore ties will get you through the holidays and just possibly self-quarantine.
The Baltimore Sun recommend THE ISLE OF SEA WOMEN, our 2020 One Maryland One Book selection, as one of ten books to read this holiday season.
The Baltimore Sun/Towson Times spoke with members of our Baltimore County Veterans Book group, the group leader, and others.
Maryland Humanities launches the Voices and Votes Electoral Engagement Project (VVEEP) this month. This project is supported by a grant administered through the Federation for State Humanities Councils for its new initiative entitled “Why Why It Matters: Civic and Electoral Participation."
October 30, 2020
Maryland Humanities welcomes Chanel Compton, Alicia Jones McLeod, Soo Park, and Saima Sitwat to the Board of Directors.
October 19, 2020
The Baltimore Sun/Howard County Times featured our virtual One Maryland One Book Author Tour, with a focus on the Howard County tour stop.
The Baltimore Sun and Towson Times feature our upcoming Museum on Main Street exhibition, Voices & Votes, and highlight the Baltimore County tour stop.