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Riordan Writes Op-Ed on Public Humanities for BDN

The Bangor Daily News published an opinion piece by Liam Riordan, a University of Maine history professor, board member of the Maine Humanities Council, and incoming director of the UMaine Humanities Initiative (UMHI); and Gibran Graham, a member of the Bangor City Council, founder of PechaKucha Bangor and board member of River City Cinema. The article, “Community engagement makes a difference. The Bangor region is a case in point,” focused on the importance of public humanities and upcoming UMHI events in the area.

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