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back office (530), paperback (400), hardcover (324), MHC (310), Many Eyes traveling collection (186), basement (185), adult (157), Experience of Illness (101), Being a Care Giver (94), Poetry (73), Fiction (69), Non-fiction (62), non-fiction (62), board book (59), fiction (51), age 0-3 (49), core collection (45), Families (41), Voices from the Edge (37), Social Perspectives and Policy (37), age 3-6 (33), Non-Fiction (27), Novel (27), Being Different (26), experience of illness (25), seminar (25), RSVP-FY08 (24), RSVP-FY07 (24), RSVP-FY06 (24), RSVP-FY09 (23), Short Stories (23), Maine (21), RSVP-new site (19), Personal Narrative (18), poetry (17), missing copy (17), Memoir (15), drama (14), memoir (14), Homes (13), Disability (13), Folktale (13), Caregivers (13), Essay (12), Many Eyes (12), Being a Caregiver (12), Essays (12), mhc (12), Conflict (12), Multilingual (12), Native American (11), novel (11), short stories (11), Skin Color (11), Daily Activities (11), history (10), war (10), History (10), psychology (10), Other (9), death (9), Gender (8), Peaceable Stories (8), short story (8), essays (8), Community (7), medicine (7), Alphabet (6), disease (6), Display Books (6), cancer (5), PTSD (5), women (5), depression (5), aging (5), Nappy Hair related titles (5), epidemic (4), public health (4), illness (4), Holocaust (4), Short Story (4), health care (4), disability (4), child (4), Being A Care Giver (4), Drama (4), nursing (4), suicide (3), mental health (3), patient (3), epidemiology (3), Little Black Sambo related titles (3), betrayal (3), AIDS (3), family (3), biography (3), medical anthropology (3), tragedy (3), film (3), parent-child (3), personal narrative (3), survival (3), children (3), sexuality (3), spirituality (3), marriage (2), pandemic (2), The Experience of Illness (2), graphic novel (2), plague (2), abuse (2), poverty (2), military (2), mental illness (2), multiple sclerosis (2), Biography (2), epilepsy (2), shamanism (2), science (2), essay (2), Greek (2), health (2), influenza (2), experience of Illness (2), novella (2), Hospitals (2), parent-child relations (2), anthology (2), classic (2), Auschwitz (2), voices from the edge (2), Alzheimer's (2), Short story (2), veteran (2), cross-cultural (2), refugees (2), movie (2), power (1), Film (1), Audio CD (1), Canada (1), girls (1), Historical Fiction (1), post truamatic stress disorder (1), metal illness (1), Documentary Film (1), PTDS (1), Healing Costs (1), non-compliant patient (1), difficult patient (1), Trauma and Recovery (1), Inside the Profession (1), Wasteland (1), Coming to Terms (1), long term illness (1), patient-caregiver relationship (1), Death and Palliative Care (1), the experience of illness (1), Social Perspecitves and Policy (1), Interivews (1), Essay/Social Commentary (1), Experience of Illnes (1), History/Social Commentary (1), world War One (1), Beginnings and Endings (1), Short stories (1), Tibet (1), Greek tragedy (1), Journalism (1), Vietnam (1), Buddhism (1), Judaism (1), Novella (1), Trinidad (1), motherhood (1), hantavirus (1), obstetricians/gynecologists (1), Personal narrative (1), Novellas (1), Medieval romance (1), Aging (1), fiction in translation (1), memoirs (1), Islam (1), immigrants (1), autobiography (1), honor (1), genetics (1), drugs (1), dignity (1), child abuse (1), blind (1), difference (1), birth (1), Troy (1), childbirth (1), surgery (1), communication (1), terminal illness (1), human rights (1), coping (1), genocide (1), sexual abuse (1), Iran (1), culture clash (1), african american (1), Pulitzer Prize (1), grief (1), families (1), religion (1), historical fiction (1), relationships (1), relationship (1), ethics (1), magic (1), coming of age (1), language (1), high school (1), parents (1), historical (1), unreliable narrator (1), gender (1), isolation (1), racism (1), research (1), Anthology (1), American literature (1), theology (1), anthropology (1), sociology (1), caregivers (1), suffering (1), Acadia (1), ovarian cancer (1), expert (1), traditional medicine (1), heart disease (1), patient care (1), Sudan (1), hospice (1), post-partum depression (1), Ethiopia (1), Hmong (1), immunology (1), wound (1), primatology (1), French and Indian War (1), indigenous (1), alternative medicine (1), black humor (1), mother (1), expertise (1), DNR (1), western medicine (1), Burkina Faso (1), T.S.Eliot (1), loss of control (1), conservation (1), Parkinson's disease (1), dementia (1), soldier (1), bioethics (1), woolf (1), domestic abuse (1), parent (1), correspondence (1), hospital (1), shortstory (1), HIV (1), infectious disease (1), out of print (1), teen pregnancy (1), donne (1), play (1), resilience (1), Nigeria (1), social work (1), leukemia (1), Sophocles (1), transformation (1)
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Núvol d'etiquetes, Núvol d'autors, Mirall d'etiquetes
Suport
Grups
S'ha unit
May 21, 2007
Real Name
Maine Humanities Council
About My Library
Born to Read

Born to Read is the Maine Humanities Council’s early literacy program, established in 1997 to ensure that Maine’s youngest children, ages 0-5, are read aloud to daily and begin school excited about books and ready to learn. Born to Read has brought an ongoing read-aloud experience to over 20,000 Maine children through trainings and workshops for child care providers that provide literature-based curriculum collections to explore issues and emotions that shape a child’s development and a volunteer reader program offering weekly read-aloud visits and books for children in homes, child care programs, and preschools.

Literature & Medicine

Created by the Maine Humanities Council, Literature & Medicine: Humanities at the Heart of Health Care® is a national award-winning, hospital-based, scholar-led humanities reading and discussion program for health care professionals that benefits both them and their patients.

Winter Weekend

Traditionally held at Bowdoin College in early March, the program begins with a Friday evening lecture and dinner (a gastronomic taste of the time and culture reflected in the chosen text). The group reconvenes Saturday morning to spend the day enjoying presentations by scholars on various aspects of the book, from cultural context, to critical analysis, to explorations of specific themes.

About Me
The Maine Humanities Council is a private nonprofit organization, Maine’s affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. It promotes strong communities and informed citizens by providing Mainers with opportunities to explore the power and pleasure of ideas.

Since 1975, the Maine Humanities Council has used literature, history, philosophy and the arts to provide opportunities for people to come together in conversation that crosses social, economic and cultural barriers. We continue to use the humanities as a tool for social change and to provide cultural enrichment opportunities through programs and grants for Mainers of all ages and abilities.

Ubicació
Maine
Pàgina d'inici
http://mainehumanities.org/
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