APA Heritage Month Spotlight: Lucy Burns and Karen Umemoto of Never Forget
An interview with the directors of a Humanities for All Project focused on the Philippine Anti-Martial Law Movement.
California on the Ballot: Season Two Highlights
The newest installment of our California on the Ballot series sought to explore persistent demographic gaps at the polls, as well as other imbalances in our state’s electoral processes. In the 2020 […]
Literature & Medicine®: Humanities at the Heart of Healthcare
Above: 2023 Literature and Medicine participants. Credit: Carolyn Cusick. Since 2010, California Humanities has presented Literature & Medicine, a humanities-focused professional development program for healthcare providers at Veteran’s Affairs Medical […]
Women’s History Month Spotlight: Beth Ann Gerstein of Women in California Clay
Above: Breaking Ground: Women in California Clay at the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) in Pomona, California. Photo courtesy of AMOCA. In recognition of Women’s History Month, we interviewed […]
Native Authors of California: A Shortlist
A few writers to check out for #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth and #NationalAuthorsDay.
Literature & Medicine Offers Space to Thoughtfully Reflect While Improving the Quality of Health Care Provided to Patients
A highlight of the Literature and Medicine Program
Cultivating Cultural Understanding of Forests, Fire, & Relationships: An Interview with Michael & Heather Llewellyn
In response to California’s recent wildfire crisis, we approached project directors Michael & Heather Llewellyn
to inquire more about their project and its relation to the current events.
Mǝǝmento: Before and ‘Aksum Belle: Afterwards
Mǝǝmento: Before and ‘Aksum Belle: Afterwards exemplifies a project that skillfully blended archival
research methods with contemporary and traditional Indigenous arts practices.
Quechan Youth Create AWAKEN: A Documentary Highlighting their Cultural Experiences on the Nation’s Fort Yuma Reservation
An Interview with the producer and co-directors of the Youth Documentary AWAKEN.
Bringing Indigenous Knowledge & Teachings as a Form of Self-care & Community Wellness: An Interview with Melissa Sanvicente
The Indigenous in Us: Embracing Ancestral Knowledge & Sharing the Beauty of Practice Interview