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2018 Coverage

With Group's 'bibles' in Hand, a White Supremacist Defects — and an Art Exhibit is Born
Immerse Yourself in the Immigrant Experience with the 2018 United We Read Campaign

KRCL Radio Blog: RadioActive Book Club for Activists Meets United We Read SLC for The Book of Unknown Americans

Utah Libraries Want you to be Part of the State's Biggest Book Club

Getting Creative with Hate: Speaking Volumes Transforms Negativity at Springville Museum of Art
KRCL Radio: Michael McLane Previews Speaking Volumes | Transforming Hate Exhibition in Utah
"Speaking Volumes" Exhibit at Springville Museum of Art Turns Hateful Literature into Powerful Art
Thumbs Up for Speaking Volumes Exhibition

2017 Coverage

Silver Reef Museum Will Host Smithsonian Exhibit
Utah Humanities Book Festival is a Real Page Turner
2017 Utah Humanities Book Festival kicks off soon, with 16 events in Ogden area
Statewide book festival will open a chapter at the Park City Library
Young adult sci-fi, fantasy author Brandon Mull coming to Ogden High School
Meet the Utah writer who is as obsessed with the Vietnam War as Ken Burns
Free poetry writing workshop begins Oct. 3 in Provo
Utah's poet laureate want to map our literary history
Authors Shannon and Dean Hale ready an all-ages presentation at the library
The Human Story: Randy Williams Appointed to Utah Humanities' Board
Melissa Marsted Named to Utah Humanities' Board of Directors

Silver in them thar hills: Smithsonian lecture explores geologic history of Silver Reef
Scott Sprenger Named to Utah Humanities' Board of Directors

Smithsonian Lecture Explores Geologic History of Silver Reef
Logan's Daughter's of Utah Pioneers Looking for Update
Heritage Museum Drops  Line to the Past in New Exhibit
Pulitzer Author Viet Thanh Nguyen Tells Refugee Stories in Salt Lake City
Traveling Smithsonian Exhibit Opens in Hyrum City Museum's Completed Expansion

UH Communications Director, Deena Pyle: Humanities Guide and Gauge our Growth
David Pace: Will You Be Our Advocate?
History at Union Station
Soup for the Bowl, Art for the Soul

TORn joins Wizarding Dayz Event in Salt Lake Friday and Saturday
SUU Speaker Brings Alternative Perspective to Border Controversy
Hyrum City Museum Discusses Planned Events Around Traveling Smithsonian Exhibit
Smithsonian's Traveling Exhibit on Work Arrives in Ogden

U of U Newsetter Highlights Matt Basso,  Scholar for The Way We Worked' Exhibition
Op-ed: To Be True Americans, We Need to Support the Humanities
Arts Matter Economically, Leaders Say
Writing It Out - Utah Humanities Helps to Bring Visiting Writers to SUU
The Way We Worked,’ opens Saturday at Ogden’s Union Station
Smithsonian exhibit ‘The Way We Worked’ Rolls into Ogden’s Union Station
Smithsonian Exhibit Featuring History of American Work Pulls into Ogden's Union Station
Ogden's Union Station to Host Smithsonian Exhibition January 28-March 18
Union Station Partners with Smithsonian to Tell Story of 'The Way We Worked'
‘Snapshot 1880s’ Explores the Way Pioneers Worked, Paves Way for Smithsonian Exhibit
Hyrum City Museum Expansion Nears Completion Ahead of Traveling Smithsonian Exhibit

Utah Humanities' Participation in Pulitzer Centennial Coverage

Tribune Readers Promote Stories that Matter, one Pulitzer Novel at a Time
A Utah Pulitzer Party Covered by
Ron Chernow's 'Alexander Hamilton' on Monday's Access Utah
The Art & Cultural Impact of Political Cartoons on Tuesday's Access Utah
Salt Lake City Pulitzer Coverage on
Z-Arts' October Events Feature Visual and Literary Arts
What's Your Favorite Pulitzer Winning Novel?
Trib Talk Live: Bagley on Pulitzers, political cartoons
Help Pulitzer­ Finalist Pat Bagley Choose His Best Work from 2015
Pat Bagley Event Feb. 3 Part of Pulitzer Centennial Celebration
Salt Lake Tribune's Pulitzer Party: Celebrating Works of Fiction
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich On Monday's Access Utah
15 Ways to Get Started Reading the Pulitzer Winners
This Utahn Has Read Every Pulitzer Prizewinning Novel
KCPW, Partners Share Pulitzer Prize Centennial Grant
"Smarter, Faster, Better" By Charles Duhigg on Thursday's Access Utah
Video: Tribune Party Celebrates Pulitzer Centennial, Literature
John Luther Adams and Pulitzer Prize Winning Music on Monday's Access Utah
Pulitzer Prize Winner Megan Marshall and "Margaret Fuller: A New American Life"
Annette Gordon-Reed and "Most Blessed Of The Patriarchs:Thomas Jefferson & The Empire Of Imagination"
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Joby Warrick and "The Rise Of Isis" on Wednesday's Access Utah
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Ken Armstrong on Tuesday's Access Utah
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Gregory Pardlo on Thursday's Access Utah

Previous Coverage

Fox News 13 Coverage of the We Are One Project
RadioWest: Automation and Us, an Interview With Author Nicholas Carr
Traveling Smithsonian Exhibit to Incorporate Utah History
RadioWest: The World Shaped by Us
RadioWest: All the Light We Cannot See
Students Say Racist Graffiti Doesn’t Diminish Power of Photo Exhibit
East High Students Turn School “Inside Out” with Photo Installation 
The Rundown: Humanities Courses Hope to Transform the Way People Learn
Smithsonian Brings Utah Journey Stories to Ephraim
National Federation of State Humanities Council Honors Utah for Public Humanities
The Winners of the Utah Book Award
National Exhibit Allows Local Museums to Incorporate Personal History
A Traveling Exhibit Conveying America’s History of Migration Comes to Utah
Smithsonian Exhibit Scheduled to Stay in Vernal Until September