“The Lovely Bones” author Alice Sebold is coming to the South Dakota Festival of Books.
As part of the 2018 "Democracy and the Informed Citizen" initiative, SDHC will host two Reflective Conversation Facilitation Training sessions.
The USD campus buzzed with excitement this week as one of the nation’s most famous journalists spoke to students, staff and members of the public about the importance of journalism.
This fall, Kara LaReau will address thousands of elementary students. Some of those young faces will light up with recognition as they follow along; other listeners will drift into daydreams.
War is a perennially popular theme for authors, readers and book clubs, and the SDHC Lending Library features a variety of military fiction and non fiction.
The new Siouxland Reads community reading program, supported by an SDHC grant, kicked off in Sioux Falls April 3 with a screening of "A Man Called Ove."
SDHC's Book Club to Go Lending Library is full of good books to read, including books that won or were nominated for Pulitzer Prizes.
The 2018 South Dakota Humanities Council Program Catalog is available for download.
As author Kate DiCamillo can attest, the South Dakota Festival of Books is an excellent place to make connections.
In 2018, the South Dakota Humanities Council and its partners will explore the rapidly-changing media environment and its impact on democracy.
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