A conversation with Dr. William D. Adams
There’s been a debate in recent years about the relevance or practicality of pursuing an education in the humanities — history, literature and philosophy.
William D. Adams, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, begs to differ.
In fact, the NEH has launched an initiative called “The Common Good” to address that debate. In a recent conversation with WABE’s Steve Goss, Adams talked about the goals of “The Common Good.”