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Generative AI and The Public Humanities

Humanities Tennessee’s Shared Futures Lab is exploring what the future could hold for humanities programs and organizations. In addition to looking at our past and current programming, we’re searching for…

TAM Scholarships Empower Tennessee Museums

Each March, the Tennessee Association of Museums (TAM) hosts a statewide conference where museum professionals can share ideas, network, and explore museums across the state. Humanities Tennessee has offered scholarships…

How to Sue the Klan: A Story of Resilience and Justice

In late April 1980, racially-motivated violence changed the lives of five Black women in Chattanooga. A local Ku Klux Klan leader driving two other Klansmen fired through their car’s open…

HT Welcomes New Board Members

This January, HT welcomed seven new board members to its all-volunteer leadership team. With these additions, the HT board now has representatives from every planning and economic development district in…