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Honoring the Legacy
of Roger Lidman

Help us honor one of Arizona’s greatest leaders in the humanities and visionary force behind the Pueblo Grande Museum.

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Archaeology’s Deep
Time Perspective

What good is archaeology except to dig up and show off troves of trinkets? Is this “social science” relevant to modern society, to making our lives better? Learn more in this month's blog post from speaker Allen Dart.

READ ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY'S DEEP TIME PERSPECTIVE
Attend a Program
In Your Town!

Whether you enjoy Arizona history, poetry, performances, art history, or the culture of the West, we have a calendar of programs to inform, delight, and enlighten.

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What are the
humanities?

The humanities give us knowledge of the past, insight about the present, and wisdom for the future. The humanities teach us about others and help us to know ourselves.

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Welcome New
Board Members

Arizona Humanities is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to the board of directors. The new members are: Dr. Lydia Breunig, Albert Monreal Quihuis, and Nadine White.

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Now Accepting Nominees
for Humanities Awards

Each year, the Arizona Humanities honors individuals, organizations, or businesses for their contribution to and advancement of the humanities. Deadline is September 1, 2015.

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Grants

We support innovative, community-based projects that use humanities disciplines to connect Arizonans to the cultures, peoples, and histories of the state and beyond.

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Programs

We offer programs in big cities and small towns across the entire state of Arizona.  Explore, share, and experience humanities programs happening in your neighborhood!

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Sustain the Humanities

Arizona Humanities programs are an investment in Arizona’s citizens and communities – because lifelong learning enriches our shared cultural experience and helps us all become better and more thoughtful citizens of our state, our nation, and the world.

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Humanities Now Blog

Honoring Roger Lidman

Above photo: Roger Lidman at the Arizona Humanities 2007 Lorraine W. Frank Lecture and Humanities Awards Our friend, Roger Lidman, director of Pueblo Grande Museum, lost... Read More