Appointed by Governor: Cornelius P. Darcy, Ph.D.; Marshall A. Elkins, Esq.; Robert B. Kershaw, Esq.; H. Margret Zassenhaus, M.D.; two vacancies.
Appointed by Council: Taunya Lovell Banks, J.D.; Michelle Farren Blain, Esq.; Jeanne E. Blinkoff; Peter C. Brooks, Ph.D.; Stanley Carroll Gabor, Ph.D.; Lois Green Carr, Ph.D.; Nguyen Minh Chau; Rhoda M. Dorsey, Ph.D.; Iris Carter Ford, Ph.D.; Myrna Goldenberg, Ph.D.; Dana Lee Gould, Esq.; Lenneal J. Henderson, Jr., Ph.D.; Alison D. Kohler, Esq.; Albert J. Mattricciani, Jr.; Mara Mayor, Ph.D.; Melissa McLoud, Ph.D.; William M. Passano, Jr.; Romel Showell, Esq.; Barry Tuckwell; George B. Udvarhelyi, M.D.; Josephine S. Williams.
Barbara Wells Sarudy, Executive Director
Executive Plaza I, Suite 503
11350 McCormick Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21031
fax: (410) 771-0655
The Maryland Humanities Council formed in 1974 in response to the federal law creating the National Endowment for the Humanities (P.L. 94-462). The Council is a private, nonprofit Maryland corporation. It is funded by the federal government, the Division of Historical and Cultural Programs of the Department of Housing and Community Development, and by foundations, corporations, and individuals.
The Council conducts programs and awards grants for projects to promote public understanding and appreciation of the humanities in Maryland. The humanities include history, languages, literature, jurisprudence, ethics, philosophy, archaeology, linguistics, comparative religion, cultural anthropology, and history and criticism of the arts.
The Governor appoints six of the Council's twenty-six volunteer members.
April 1, 2001
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