Polynesian Voyagers Expert Panel Discussion
A panel discussion examining climate change, the traditional ways indigenous groups, including Polynesian and Virginian natives, have interacted with their environments, and how the world’s citizens can build a better future together.
Polynesian Voyagers: An exhibit and symposium on Polynesian navigation techniques at the Mariners' Museum.
VFH Announces Twenty-Three Grants to Humanities Organizations
VFH announces $92,400 in grants to twenty-three nonprofit organizations in support of public humanities programs for audiences throughout the Commonwealth and beyond.
The VFH Grant Program responds directly to the interests and concerns of local communities in Virginia, as well as to the needs of the educational organizations that serve them. Since 1974, VFH has awarded more than 3,500 grants, bringing scholars and citizens together to promote a greater understanding of the humanities.
Frances Latimer in the Northampton County, Virginia Clerk’s Office.
Life for Me Ain’t Been No Crystal Stair
David Bearinger remembers Frances Latimer and the important contribution she made to telling the story of African Americans on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
Ralph Alan Cohen leads discussion at 2011 No Kidding Shakespeare Camp for Adults. Photo by Pat Jarrett.
Shakespeare’s American Home: Interview with a VFH Project Director
VFH catches up with Ralph Alan Cohen about the early days of American Shakespeare Center and some help VFH gave along its way.