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A Wide Variety of Literary Speakers Available for Public Programs

Over the past year, South Carolina Humanities has added more than 15 new literary speakers to the Speakers Bureau: Humanities Out Loud roster. The speakers represent a variety of genres and presentation styles, offering everything from poetry workshops for students to readings of prize-winning novels. Expanding the number of literary scholars on the Speakers Bureau is one of South Carolina Humanities’ new literary initiatives that is available year round to communities all over the state. The literary speakers on the Speakers Bureau roster include: Kim Boykin As a stay-at-home mom, Kim Boykin started writing, grabbing snip-its of time in the car
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Georgetown County Speakers Series

The Georgetown County Historical Society will present a monthly lecture series from June – November 2016 on a variety of historical and cultural topics, including the Revolutionary War and foodways in Charleston. South Carolina Humanities supported this program with a Mini Grant in December 2015. The Georgetown County Historical Society preserves and promotes the history of Georgetown County from its origins to the present, providing perspective on the past and a legacy for the future. The monthly lecture series is planned to broaden attendees’ perspective of Georgetown and South Carolina history and culture. Six events are currently planned. All take
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New Speakers Added to the Speakers Bureau: Humanities Out Loud Roster

SC Humanities is pleased to announce that seven new speakers have joined the Speakers Bureau: Humanities Out Loud program. Offering a variety of programs from “Faith and Fiction” to “Growing Up Jewish in the South,” these seven scholars are available to speak for public audiences at nonprofit organizations or public institutions across the state. The Speakers Bureau program is one of the longest-running and most popular programs offered by SC Humanities. The seven new speakers are: Benjamin W. Farley is the Younts Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Religion at Erskine College and the author of 15 books of fiction and nonfiction.
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Call for Speakers

SC Humanities is issuing a call for speakers to join our Speakers Bureau: Humanities Out Loud program roster. Speakers Bureau: Humanities Out Loud is one of the oldest programs of SC Humanities and one of the most beloved. Through the Speakers Bureau, some of South Carolina’s finest scholars travel throughout the state to share their interests and knowledge of the humanities and to spark discussions about human values, traditions, and cultures. SC Humanities promotes the Speakers Bureau roster to non-profit groups and public agencies, including libraries, museums, schools, churches, and retirement communities; these sponsoring organizations submit a one-page application to
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8 New Speakers Join the Speakers Bureau: Humanities Out Loud program

SC Humanities is pleased to announce that eight new speakers have joined the Speakers Bureau: Humanities Out Loud program. Offering a variety of programs from "An Introduction to Modern Islam" to "Confederates at the Keyboard: Southern Piano Music During the Civil War Era," these seven scholars are available to speak for public audiences at nonprofit organizations or public institutions across the state. The Speakers Bureau program is one of the longest-running and most popular programs offered by SC Humanities. The eight new speakers are: Philip Cheney is a folksinger and performer who lives in Anderson, SC. He offers four programs: “General
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