Media Coverage

Clemente Course Returns to Worcester – Worcester Magazine, August 14, 2014
(After being discontinued in Worcester due to budget cuts in the early 2000s, the program is set to return to the city this fall.)

Mistress of Math – Humanities, January/February 2014
(An article about Mass Humanities grant funded project, Emilie: The Marquise de Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight.)

New education website aims to help area middle schoolers think like philosophers
Hampshire Gazette
, November 20, 2013
(A Mass Humanities funded project. Watch the video of this project, What's the Big Idea?)

One house, two histories in Medford
– Boston Globe
, September 3, 2013

Hundreds attend reading of Frederick Douglass speech
Boston Globe, July 3, 2013

Douglass speech provides 4th of July challenge to Americans
22 News WWLP.com, July 3, 2012

What happened to civility?
Boston Globe – The Voices of New England, February 15, 2012

Project aims to get Valley veterans writing about 'homecoming' from war Daily Hampshire Gazette, March 2, 2011
(A Mass Humanities funded project.)

Trustees of Reservations to Host Mohicans Talk – iBerkshires.com, January 3, 2011
(A Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant related event.)

Group shines light on lives of blacks in ColoniesAmherst Bulletin, December 24, 2010
(A Mass Humanities Liberty and Justice Project grant)

Andy Buckley film wins MASS Humanities GrantCape Cod Today, December 24, 2010
(A Mass Humanities Social Media Outreach Project grant)

Movie helps students learn how to 'Coexist' Lowell Sun, December 15, 2010
(A film project supported by a Mass Humanities.)

Shining new light on life before RevolutionThe Boston Globe, October 7, 2010
(A great project supported by a Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant.)

Frederick Douglass speech contrasting Declaration of Independence celebration with slavery read at Springfield Ma. eventThe Republican, June 30, 2010
("The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro": Reading Frederick Douglass during the Presidency of Barack Obama event downtown Springfield on June 30th)

Archaeology exhibit digs deep into Truro's pastProvincetown Banner on Wicked Local, June 18, 2010
(A project that received three grants from Mass Humanities)

Boston's black history being unburied at cemetery - The AP, September 27, 2009
(Another article about a Scholar in Residence grant from Mass Humanities.)

Civil War race exhibit to open at Peabody library  – The Daily Item, Sept. 22, 2009
(An exhibit supported by a Mass Humanities project grant.)

Diversity at Rest: Researcher aims to chronicle cemetery's inclusion of local blacksThe Boston Globe, Sept. 9, 2009
(A great project supported by a Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant.)

Oak Square Y kids visit Sail Boston
Wicked Local, July 16, 2009
(A boatload of kids from Brighton joined Save the Harbor/Save the Bay on a visit to Boston Harbor during the recent Tall Ships visit to Boston to experience Sail Boston 2009, the Festival of Tall Ships.)

Recalling Douglass in the age of ObamaThe Bay State Banner, June 24, 2009
(Kickoff event for Reading Frederick Douglass project)

The Emotional Awareness of WarThe Valley Advocate, April 23, 2009
(Mass Humanities funded exhibit 100 portraits of Americans involved in Iraq and Afghanistan)

Museum's Reopening Shows Off Mass. HistoryThe Boston Globe, April 17, 2009

MAS receives $10,000 grant for professional development program - Southeast Coast Gazette, April 16, 2009

In One Parish, the State of the Church
- The Boston Globe, April 8, 2009
(a review of a Mass Humanities-funded film, Scenes from a Parish)

Investigating the Crypt at Old North
- The Boston Globe, April 6, 2009
(Archeologist studies 37 tombs under Old North Church)

144 years after Lincoln's death, Americans still grappling with issue of slavery
Southeast Coast Gazette – February 19, 2009

Valley Mills Linked to SlaveryWorcester Telegram, October 20, 2008

Discovering Local Roots of SlaveryMilford Daily News, October 19, 2008


Hundreds attend reading of Frederick Douglass speech
Boston Globe, July 3, 2013

Douglass speech provides 4th of July challenge to Americans
22 News WWLP.com, July 3, 2012

What happened to civility?
Boston Globe – The Voices of New England, February 15, 2012

Project aims to get Valley veterans writing about 'homecoming' from war Daily Hampshire Gazette, March 2, 2011
(A Mass Humanities funded project.)

Trustees of Reservations to Host Mohicans Talk – iBerkshires.com, January 3, 2011
(A Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant related event.)

Group shines light on lives of blacks in ColoniesAmherst Bulletin, December 24, 2010
(A Mass Humanities Liberty and Justice Project grant)

Andy Buckley film wins MASS Humanities GrantCape Cod Today, December 24, 2010
(A Mass Humanities Social Media Outreach Project grant)

Movie helps students learn how to 'Coexist' Lowell Sun, December 15, 2010
(A film project supported by a Mass Humanities.)

Shining new light on life before RevolutionThe Boston Globe, October 7, 2010
(A great project supported by a Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant.)

Frederick Douglass speech contrasting Declaration of Independence celebration with slavery read at Springfield Ma. eventThe Republican, June 30, 2010
("The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro": Reading Frederick Douglass during the Presidency of Barack Obama event downtown Springfield on June 30th)

Archaeology exhibit digs deep into Truro's pastProvincetown Banner on Wicked Local, June 18, 2010
(A project that received three grants from Mass Humanities)

Boston's black history being unburied at cemetery - The AP, September 27, 2009
(Another article about a Scholar in Residence grant from Mass Humanities.)

Civil War race exhibit to open at Peabody library  – The Daily Item, Sept. 22, 2009
(An exhibit supported by a Mass Humanities project grant.)

Diversity at Rest: Researcher aims to chronicle cemetery's inclusion of local blacksThe Boston Globe, Sept. 9, 2009
(A great project supported by a Mass Humanities Scholar in Residence grant.)

Oak Square Y kids visit Sail Boston
Wicked Local, July 16, 2009
(A boatload of kids from Brighton joined Save the Harbor/Save the Bay on a visit to Boston Harbor during the recent Tall Ships visit to Boston to experience Sail Boston 2009, the Festival of Tall Ships.)

Recalling Douglass in the age of ObamaThe Bay State Banner, June 24, 2009
(Kickoff event for Reading Frederick Douglass project)

The Emotional Awareness of WarThe Valley Advocate, April 23, 2009
(Mass Humanities funded exhibit 100 portraits of Americans involved in Iraq and Afghanistan)

Museum's Reopening Shows Off Mass. HistoryThe Boston Globe, April 17, 2009

MAS receives $10,000 grant for professional development program - Southeast Coast Gazette, April 16, 2009

In One Parish, the State of the Church
- The Boston Globe, April 8, 2009
(a review of a Mass Humanities-funded film, Scenes from a Parish)

Investigating the Crypt at Old North
- The Boston Globe, April 6, 2009
(Archeologist studies 37 tombs under Old North Church)

144 years after Lincoln's death, Americans still grappling with issue of slavery
Southeast Coast Gazette – February 19, 2009

Valley Mills Linked to SlaveryWorcester Telegram, October 20, 2008

Discovering Local Roots of SlaveryMilford Daily News, October 19, 2008