Humanities on the Road: Humanities on the Road: Season 1
Discover something new with Humanities on the Road. Season 1 asked viewers: Is Nancy Drew a feminist? Are American Indians depicted fairly in the media? Is John Updike for teen readers? What can we learn about Pennsylvania from a look at groundhog lodges? And more.
Don't Miss Out!
The entire first season of Humanities on the Road rebroadcasts on Pittsburgh Community Television, beginning July 5.
Who knew Nancy Drew was so significant? Not just exciting, but groundbreaking too!
Thanks for the humanities approach. — Audience member from The (R)Evolution of
- African Arts of the Yoruba Diaspora with folk artist Temujin Ekunfeo
- Alive to the Call: Women and History of Northeastern PA with art historian Josephine Dunn
- American Indian Cultures in the 21st Century with media scholar John Sanchez
- The Black Mozart: Joseph Boulogna Chevalier de Saint-Georges with pianist Charles Pettaway
- Can't Tell a Lie, Peach Cobbler Pie! with storyteller Linda Goss & musician Papa Ed Stokes
- John Updike's Pennsylvania with sportswriter Frank Fitzpatrick
- My Name is Oney Judge with historian Diane Turner
- Pennsylvania German Groundhog Lodges with anthropologist William Donner
- Pennsylvania German Music, Dance and Instruments with musician Keith Brintzenhoff
- The (R)Evolution of Nancy Drew with scholar Michael Cornelius
- Teenie Harris' Photographs and Black Pittsburgh with historian Laurence Glasco
- Thaddeus Stevens: The Politics of Freedom with storyteller/actor Steven Anderson
To purchase a DVD from the series, visit PCN-TV's on-line store.