The Wisconsin Humanities Council receives about 90 percent of its funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Thanks to those funds, we support the creative work of schools, libraries, museums, churches, historical societies, colleges and civic groups that strengthen communities big and small, rural and urban, in every region of Wisconsin. Here are some examples of projects we have funded!
Wisconsin’s Senators and Representatives like to hear from you. Remember, what happens to the NEH, and the Wisconsin Humanities Council, is in the hands of our representatives in Congress.
What does the WHC do in my district?
You are welcome to use these facts and examples to explain your support for the WHC’s work to your legislators:
- ‘Noble Work’ an essay by Mike Perry
- About Us
- Grant Program
- Funding Priorities
- Involving Humanities Experts
- Oral History Guidelines
- Digital Humanities Planning
- Tips for Grant Writers
- Resources for Grant Recipients
- Recently Funded Projects
- Pick a Talk
- Current Programs
- Past Programs
- Sample page using the new Bobbette custom theme
- Stay Connected
- Subscription Confirmation
- The Paradox of Being a Black Police Officer
- What does the WHC do?
- Working Lives Project Grants
- About the Project
- List of Films
- “In the Breakroom” Interviews
- Stories: Past, Present & Future
- Radio Essays: Workers Profiled
- Working Warriors
- Our Working Partners
- Error 404
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