We are thrilled to announce our 2021-2022 Merlin Student Scholar Fellow, Julianna Breit. Julianna is our first undergraduate fellow. A junior at Carroll College, Julianna is double-majoring in Biochemistry and Philosophy with minors in Ethics and Value Studies, Neuroscience, and Chemistry. Her fellowship will involve a combination of research, writing, and philosophy in the community activities. Learn more about her & some of the projects she’ll be working on here!
We are so grateful to Humanities MT & the National Endowment for the Humanities for their support of our organization through this SHARP operating support grant & their belief in the importance of our work in the community!
We have so much love for The Philosophy Learning & Teaching Organization (PLATO) and their continued support of our organization and public philosophy programs!!
Thank you to everyone who so generously donated to Merlin & philosophy in the community during Greater Helena Gives 2021.
Wow!! We just received word that Bleeding Spirits: A Combat Soldier’s Memoir of the Vietnam War (1968-1969) was listed by Aaron Parrett as the standout military history book of 2020 in Montana The Magazine of Western History’s Montana Book Roundup!
Thank you to Karena and the BWP Helena Great Northern Hotel family for your continued support of our organization. Your 2021 in-kind sponsorship will help to support our philosophy in the community activities through the provision of lodging for our out-of-town guest speakers.
We are extremely grateful to Humanities Montana and the National Endowment for Humanities for awarding our organization a $5,000 CARES Act Grant earlier this year. Their rapid-response relief funding provided operational support to our non-profit (and so many others) during an extreme time of need. Thank you so much!! Check out what their relief grant helped to fund!
We were honored to have the opportunity to serve as the editor for Bleeding Spirits: A Combat Soldier’s Memoir of the Vietnam War 1968-1969 — a post-humously published journal by Helena native, beloved teacher, and veteran Bob Jewell. Learn more and read the review here!