Andy Boyle is living proof of his hypothesis: life is a science experiment.
In 2019, SDHC is offering an unprecedented alternate language version of its Young Readers One Book, which coincides nicely with a recent piece of S.D. legislation.
“Since the nineteenth century, the humanities have generally been defined as the disciplines that investigate the expressions of the human mind.”
The South Dakota Festival of Books was honored recently by an entity that knows a thing or two about “honor” – the Van D. and Barbara B. Fishback Honors College at South Dakota State University.
Texas elementary school principal Belinda George has developed a fail-safe tactic for ensuring her students get bedtime stories: she reads to them via Facebook live stream.
An overseas chain of McDonald’s stores is adding a “scrumdiddlyumptious” element to its famous Happy Meals.
The South Dakota Humanities Council’s major grant recipients represent a variety of entertaining, educational and inspirational humanities projects.
From literature and arts to philosophy and linguistics, humanities disciplines cover a variety of subject matter which is explored through South Dakota Humanities Council programming.
Ready to start your first book club discussion of the New Year with a novel you can talk about with everyone else in South Dakota?
The students from St. Joseph’s Indian School who attended this year’s S.D. Festival of Books are all authors in the making.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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