The final three Pulitzer Prize-winning books on politics which three scholars & educators will analyze in book talks at Brookings Public Library in June.
South Dakotans have gathered in Scotland, Wessington, and Sisseton to discuss this year’s One Book South Dakota – “Some Luck” by Jane Smiley.
Brooklyn Pratt, an English student at South Dakota State University, has joined the SD Humanities Council for a summer internship.
Tired of politics? Weary of political gridlock? Don’t feel alone.
John Luther Adams joins the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and the SDHC for a series of events, ending with a performance with the SDSO in Sioux Falls.
Good literature brings us together and helps identify what life on the prairie is all about. C.S. Lewis described it best, "We read to know we are not alone."
Nine humanities projects are receiving $32,450 in grants from the SDHC. Programs and projects are selected for their impact and value on the humanities in SD.
Pulitzer Prize winners Fenn (history, 2015) and Bird and Sherwin (biography, 2006) visited SDHC’s March events celebrating the Pulitzer Prize's centennial.
With the 2016 Young Readers One Book SD program, more than 5,000 copies of a special edition are in the hands of elementary students starting in spring.
Murray addresses this year’s 40th Annual Great Plains Writers Conference whose theme is “The Role of the Humanities in the Digital Age: The GPWC at 40 Years.”
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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