The Kentucky Humanities Council is an independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities committed to providing programs and services that facilitate an understanding and appreciation of Kentucky’s cultural heritage and future. The Council’s program catalog features scholars from across the Commonwealth who make presentations on a myriad of humanities topics. Later, costumed actors, who delivered dramatic monologues about Kentucky’s famous, infamous, and composite personalities, were added. The catalog has gone by various titles over the years: Kentucky Humanities Resource Center, Kentucky Humanities Council Speakers Bureau, Whole Humanities Catalog, and Humanities Catalog. This publication ceased publication in print format with the 2016-2017 issue. It is now only available in digital format at the Kentucky Humanities website.
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Department of Library Special Collections, "Kentucky Humanities Council Catalog 2012-2013" (2012). Kentucky Humanities Council Catalog. Paper 29.