Speaker Highlight: Judy Nolte Temple

Judy Nolte Temple teaches in both the English and Gender & Women’s Studies departments at the University of Arizona. Her courses include “Women’s Life Writing” and “Women in Literature.” In […]

Speaker Highlight: Michael Coyote Peach

Native Arizonan Michael Peach holds a B.A. with honors in philosophy from Northern Arizona University and an M.F.A. in theatre from the California Institute of the Arts.  Peach is a […]

AZ Speaks Highlight: J.J. Lamb

Learn about the New Deal in Arizona on Saturday, December 13th in Casa Grande J.J. Lamb, founding member of the Vail Preservation Society, has collected over 80 oral histories related […]

Sowing the Seeds of Place

by Bob Sharp What can be done about the pressing problem of balancing conservation and development? How can we integrate quality human settlement patterns into the natural world? Here in […]

Bring a Speaker To Your Town

Speakers available for fall and winter programming Calling all libraries, non-profits, museums, community centers, and others! While summer heat and monsoons are still here, don’t delay booking speakers for fall […]

Speaker Highlight: Marshall Shore

Signs of the Times: The Golden Age of Neon in Arizona, at the Goodyear Total Wine & More, July 29 Marshall Shore is Arizona’s Hip Historian. His passion is uncovering […]

Free Educational Program for K-12 Schools

Speakers in the Schools brings humanities scholars right into the classroom Even though school is out for the summer (not “forever,” as Alice Cooper would say!), curriculum planning never takes […]

Music and the Alchemy of Love

Guest post by Arizona Humanities speaker and scholar Dr. Jay Craváth What is that singular power a love song unleashes upon the heart? The poignancy of lyric, melody cloaked in […]

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