North Carolina Conversations

Winter - Spring 2012

From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Title: From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Creator: Shelley Crisp

Subject: public humanities, programs, grants, stories, Linda Flowers, John Parker, community

Description: Executive Director, Shelley Crisp, introduces the publication by citing the legacy and reach of the North Carolina Humanities Council over its 40-year history. 

Contributor: John Parker

 

Summer - Fall 2011

From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Title:  From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Creator:  Shelley Crisp

Subject:  Nathan Glencer, American, service members, Afghanistan, history, identity, humanities, dialogue, narratives, cultural parameters, inquiry

Description:  Executive Director of the North Carolina Humanities Council, Shelley Crisp, introduces the publication with observations by “Crossroads” contributor, Nathan Glencer, and Humanities Council trustee, Magdalena Maiz-Pena. 

Winter - Spring 2011

From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Title:  From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Creator:  Shelley Crisp

Subject:  Shelby, North Carolina, Smithsonian Institution, New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music, memory, history, Christine Rucker, Phoebe Zerwick, Yadkin River, Neuse River, Trent River, stories, Reynolds Price, Caldwell Laureate, Fred Chappell, “Forever Mountain”, home

Summer - Fall 2010

From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Title:  From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Creator:  Shelley Crisp

Winter - Spring 2009

FROM THE CORNER OF ELM AND FRIENDLY

Title:  From the Corner of Elm and Friendly

Creator:  Shelley Crisp

Subject:  Kirsten Hemmy, Robert Allen, Alba Onofrio, El Centro Hispano, Durham, Carolina Circuit Writers, “Connecting Communities Through Literature”, conversation, Gason County, Carol Reinhardt, “Standing On a Box”

Description:  Executive Director Shelley Crisp writes about the Humanities Council’s most important task-to make public humanities available and accessible throughout the state.