As a supporter of New Hampshire Humanities, you understand the important role the humanities play in individual lives and in our communities, and how the humanities foster the skills we need to be productive citizens, think critically about complex issues, and engage in respectful discourse with our neighbors. 

At our 27th Annual Dinner in late September, New Hampshire Humanities continued a long tradition of hosting nationally and internationally-recognized keynote speakers, as we welcomed Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Jeffersonian scholar, Dr. Annette Gordon-Reed.

No stranger to New Hampshire, Dr. Gordon-Reed spoke of her arrival from Texas decades ago, and how she grew to love the state during her time at Dartmouth College.

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