Humanities Fund is advocating for the right to freedom of expression. We do culture and you should join us.
Culture is the collected experience and collective expression of humanity. It is the cumulative account of human attempt, achievement, and failure. Humanities will feature curated, contributed, and original content that engages with the human experience and exercises the universal human right to freedom of expression. Contributions to Humanities will be annually published in printed volumes. This is how we do culture.
To submit a contribution for editorial review, you can send it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line of your email should read: "title of contribution" –– "your name."
In the body of your email please include around 100 words summarizing how your contribution exercises your right to freedom of expression and briefly provide biographical information along with links to your social media or other work. You will receive confirmation your contribution was received and more details within 48 hours of submission.
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Thank you for your contribution and your interest in Humanities.
Through the humanities we reflect on the fundamental question: what does it mean to be human? The humanities offer clues but never a complete answer. They reveal how people have tried to make moral, spiritual, and intellectual sense of a world in which irrationality, despair, loneliness, and death are as conspicuous as birth, friendship, hope, and reason. We learn how individuals or societies define the moral life and try to attain it, attempt to reconcile freedom and the responsibilities of citizenship, and express themselves artistically. - 1980 United States Rockefeller Commission on the Humanities