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



In this week's Unincorporated spotlight, we feature Michael Lujan Bevacqua, Ph.D. (Familian Bittot and Kabesa), the current curator for the Guam Museum. For over 10 years he taught Guam History and Chamoru language at the University of Guam. Dr. Bevacqua and his brother Jack run a creative collective called The Guam Bus that publishes CHamoru language books, comics and other learning materials. In his spare time, he also runs a weekly podcast called Fanachu!


Explore the intersection of local floral art, CHamoru history and culture, and land and environmental sustainability with Simeon Palomo! In this Art+Ideas workshop, watch as Simeon shares his love for creating unique, local floral art , and demonstrates the process of harvesting and preparing plant materials for his arrangements at the beautiful E'ka Gardens located in Mongmong, Guam.




We recently launched Kuentusi i Tano', a video series project exploring topics and expressions of indigenous cultural and spiritual connections to the land. This project seeks to promote indigenous Pacific Islander voices, cultures, and practices through accessible digital spaces while preserving living histories and traditions, and creative expressions and stories.