Humanities Guåhan is an independent non-profit organization that
presents and supports public humanities programs and projects for the people of Guam.




Our very own Kimberlee Kihleng was featured in the Spring 2019 Issue of NEH's Humanities Magazine! Read how Dr. Kihleng through her leadership at Humanities Guåhan elevates the diverse voices of the Island's community, as written by local writer Wayne Chargualaf.



We are developing an oral history and online exhibit project entitled Guam Women Warriors that focuses on women currently serving in the military and those who have returned to civilian life. By sharing their stories, perspectives and realities, and through hearing their voices, the goal of the project is to deepen the community's understanding of women's military and wartime experiences, as well as what it is like to come home.



We are pleased to present, in partnership with the Northern Marianas Humanities Council, a special Film Screening and Discussion of Almost Sunrise, and a series of VETOGA yoga classes featuring special guest Tom Voss. See link below for more details.