The Florida Humanities Council has added a number of new and exciting speakers to our Directory. Learn more about topics like our state’s black political history or the story behind the “Florida – Florida State” rivalry.
In addition to the Humanities Speaker Series, FHC is also featuring a new program called Florida Talks. Small community organizations can apply to bring a presenter to their community for a single speaking engagement. More information for both programs can be found on our Speaker Program page. Learn more.
We are currently seeking applicants and community partners for upcoming opportunities.
|Rolling Deadline – Florida Talks|
|May 15, 2019 – Community Project Grants|
|Jun 21, 2019 – Speaker Series|
|Jul 15, 2019 – Community Project Grants|
|Sept 16, 2019 – Community Project Grants|
|Nov 15, 2019 – Community Project Grants|
April 23 @ 7:00 pm, Pensacola
Water defines us as Floridians no matter where we live: Idyllic beaches surround us on three sides. Rivers and streams flow for ten thousand miles through the peninsula. We’re blessed with nearly eight thousand lakes…
April 25 @ 6:00 pm, Lake Wales
Between 1700 and the present, the culture of the Florida Seminoles has remained remarkably connected to its roots while also innovating in dramatic fashion. This lecture explores this dynamic to show how the Seminoles have…
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