Students engage in self-discovery through the power of memoir.
Performing Shakespeare in the era of the War on Terror.
Youth enliven stories of Boston’s pirates, ghosts, and shipwrecks.
Professional and amateur archaeologists set out to unearth what life was like for local women and children in the 1700s.
Two filmmakers explore one of the most controversial issues in education today: the arming of teachers.
A significant portion of American jurisprudence rests on the shoulders of a black lesbian theologian whose name you likely do not know.
America’s dramatically changing demographics inspired New WORLD Theater to launch one of their signature program addressing identity and injustice.
StoryCorps helps to collect the first-person recollections of immigrant experiences in Worcester.
Without the shelter provided by emigration, Assyrian culture faces erasure.
Primary sources offer gateways to the past and to cultural understanding.