Maryland Humanities hosts Beyond the Statements: Leading Racial Equity in Humanities Organizations, a free series focused on operationalizing racial equity work in the humanities field. The three-part series features local humanities leaders who will speak to the efforts they have led in their respe
February 2, 2021
Maryland Humanities is pleased to award $70,660 to 11 organizations based in or creating projects in Maryland. The grantees span four Maryland counties and Baltimore City: recipients are located in Baltimore City, Caroline County, Frederick County, Montgomery County, and Prince George’s County.
John Frenaye of Eye on Annapolis interviewed Maryland Humanities Executive Director Lindsey Baker about our programming and what the humanities are.
WYPR's Tom Hall interviewed Executive Director Lindsey Baker and new Board Chair, Mary Hastler
January 29, 2021
The Baltimore Sun/Towson Times features our Voices and Votes Electoral Engagement Project with a focus on Baltimore County.
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.
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.