"A hundred and fifty years after the pivotal event in our nation’s history, we are still discovering its meanings." —Ed Ayers, University of Richmond
Humanities Tennessee presents Civil War, Civil Rights, Civil Discourse, a multi-format project occurring across the state.
Book a scholar from our Conversations Bureau to lead a discussion in your community.
Screen one of the award-winning documentaries on the Civil Rights Movement from our Media Lending Library.
The books from our reading discussion series, Making Sense of the American Civil War, are still in circulation at a library near you. Check them out for your book club today!
Check out The Civil War and Emancipation: Conflict and Reckoning, a special roster of authors at the 2012 Southern Festival of Books.
All of these programs are part of our latest initiative.