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March Humanities Hotline

Date and Time: March 1, 2021

Location: Humanities Kansas, , Phone
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The Humanities Hotline offers a menu of short Kansas stories, both serious and lighthearted, that are researched and presented by experts across the state. Mary Kohn, Associate Professor of Linguistics at Kansas State University, explores the ways in which Kansas dialects have shifted over the years. Valerie Mendoza, Director of the Title III Strengthening Institutions grant at Washburn University, tells the story of Hazel Gomez, a beloved leader of Topeka's Hispanic community. Author and historian Linda O'Nelio Knoll talks about the Amazon Army, the group of women who marched for coal miners' rights in southeast Kansas in 1921. Miranda Ericsson, Reader's Librarian for the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, reviews two books in honor of Women's History Month.

Sponsored by: Humanities Kansas

For more information about this event, please contact:
Humanities Kansas Hotline


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