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



In her essay “I Talen Mañaina-ta,” Dr. Laura Torres Souder describes the significant roles that Chamoru women have played in their communities from pre-colonial times to present day. This essay is part of our online and print magazine Unincorporated: Voting, Voices and Visions para Guåhan.


Jessica Nangauta, a CHamoru lanchera, speaks about the cultural importance of farming, as well as the importance of supporting local farmers in Guåhan. Kuentusi i Tano' (Speaking to Land) is an ongoing film series that celebrates and privileges the voices and perspectives of indigenous Pacific Islanders, and their connections, stories, oral histories and traditions related to the deep cultural meaning of land.




We're seeking proposals from graphic design artists and website developers in Guam for services in designing, developing, and managing the website for the oral history media project, “Beteranu Gi Geran Vietnam: In Their Own Words; In Their Own Language.” See more for details on this opportunity and how to submit your proposal.