We are proud to support and advance the humanities in any way we can. Below is a list of resources we have found helpful in pursuing our mission.
Federation of State Humanities Councils – The membership organization and national resource for humanities councils across the nation.
Library of Congress – NC Humanities is the state affiliate of the Library of Congress’ Center for the Book program. NC Humanities manages the collection of North Carolina Center for the Book programs.
North Carolina Museum Council – NC Humanities serves as an ad hoc committee member on this board.
North Carolina State Library – NC Humanities works with the State Library of North Carolina through its North Carolina Center for the Book programs.
Smithsonian Institute – NC Humanities works with the Smithsonian through the Museum on Main Street program to bring Smithsonian exhibits to rural North Carolina towns.
North Carolina Literary Map – An ongoing, open cultural project, the North Carolina Literary Map is a searchable and browsable online database with learning tools and cultural resources to deepen North Carolinians understanding of authors and the cultural space that shaped their literary works.
North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame – The North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame celebrates and promotes the state’s rich literary heritage by commemorating its leading authors and encouraging the continued flourishing of great literature. Since 2008, NC Humanities has collaborated with the North Carolina Writers’ Network and the Weymouth Center along with the North Carolina Collection of the Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to produce the biannual induction ceremony and continually promote the Hall of Fame and North Carolina’s literary heritage.