Interested in making the case for the public value of the humanities? Here are two options!
#1: Join us in March to advocate for the humanities on Capitol Hill
The NHA Annual Meeting and Humanities Advocacy Day is coming up on March 11th - 13th.
If you have not yet registered, click here to register today!
This year’s event will provide ample opportunity to connect with a growing number of humanities advocates from around the country. Together, we will explore approaches to year-round advocacy on college campuses and in local communities while also preparing for Capitol Hill visits. On March 13, we will visit House and Senate offices to make a persuasive case for federal funding for the humanities.
The meeting will be held at the Washington Court Hotel, located just down the street from the U.S. Capitol. If you are traveling from out of town, please claim your space in the hotel room block.
Please book your room now as space is limited.
For more information, including the conference program, click here.
NEW THIS YEAR: Join us for a pre-conference event on Meeting the Needs of Humanities Librarians, hosted by National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS). The pre-conference event will run from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm on Sunday, March 11th. Learn more and register here.
#2: Submit a proposal for the 2018 National Humanities Conference in New Orleans!
The deadline for submitting session proposals for the 2018 National Humanities Conference in New Orleans is fast approaching! This conference explores a variety of ways to deepen the public’s engagement with the humanities!
Click here for the Call for Proposals. We welcome proposals for sessions, individual lightning talks, and working groups.
The National Humanities Conference is co-hosted by the National Humanities Alliance and the Federation of State Humanities Councils. To learn more about the conference, click here.
We encourage you to submit proposals and recruit others to do the same! The planning committee is especially interested in sessions that knit together the perspectives of academic and public humanities practitioners, including those affiliated with state humanities councils.
The deadline for submitting proposals is March 16, 2018.
Please contact Beatrice Gurwitz at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or for support in building sessions.
National Humanities Alliance