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House History Day: August 5th

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HumanitiesDC is proud to present the House History Day research workshops, hosted by the Library of Congress, and with the support of our parters at the DC Office of Historic Preservation, DC Public Library Special Collections Division, and the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Who: These workshops are open to everyone with an interest in local history, from burgeoning enthusiasts to community historians. Please note: a Library of Congress Reader Card with photo is required. Please arrive 1 hour early if

Humanitini: Video Games & Storytelling

Humanitini- Videogames & Storytelling

This Month: Video Games & Storytelling The video game has evolved into a storytelling medium akin to oral tradition, the epic poem, theater, the novel, and cinema. Videogame creators often channel old stories through this new medium in order to connect with a younger audience. Let’s examine the process of moving from story to game. Panelists From left to right: Ishmael Angaluuk Hope is a Tlingit and Inupiaq storyteller, poet and scholar who lives in Juneau, Alaska. Notable projects includes serving

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