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PCC's HARTS (Humanities and Arts) Initiative
The PCC HARTS Initiative was founded in 2016 on the premise that the humanities and arts should be an essential component of education in the 21st century. Because the humanities and arts lie at the heart of every human culture, they are essential for understanding cultures and navigating differences. Read the HARTS Initiative Mission and Vision Statement.
Online publication of the NEH, featuring a wide variety of stories and interviews about the humanities and people who work in this field.
JSTOR Daily "Where news meets its scholarly match"
JSTOR Daily provides context for current events using scholarship found in JSTOR, a digital library of academic journals, books, and other material.
Oregon Humanities enhances the lives of Oregonians with a variety of programs, events, and publications about social, cultural, and public issues.
National Endowment for the Humanities
The National Endowment for the Humanities is a federal agency that was created to fund and support humanities programs throughout the United States. NEH grants help all kinds of cultural and educational institutions, such as museums, libraries, colleges, and public television and radio. The NEH also offers grants to individual scholars in the humanities. Follow the Explore tab to learn about NEH-funded project such as Women in World History, Shakespeare in American Life, and the African-American Families Database.
University of Oregon Department of Humanities
The study of the humanities at U. of O. explores the elements at the core of our Western and world traditions and how they relate to one another. The humanities encompasses the study of literature, history, languages, philosophy, and the social sciences.