We are pleased to announce that the first 50 people to register for the conference will be reimbursed their fees–thanks to a generous grant from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation. (Funds will be distributed at the conclusion of the conference.) What’s more, during the conference we will be awarding as many as 50 additional travel grants of up to $800 each to cover attendees’ travel expenses. Be on the lookout for further communications from CCHA on this opportunity!
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS EXTENDED TO 8/31!
As we have all had difficulties teaching during the pandemic, we are extending the CFP deadline through the summer to allow folks ample time to relax and put their proposals together. The deadline for submissions is now Wednesday, August 31st! We hope to see all of our friends and colleagues in Cleveland, Ohio, for the conference this October 13-15 hosted by Cuyahoga Community College. The theme for this year’s conference is Truth, Justice, and the Humanities Way. More information concerning conference registration and hotel arrangements is currently available on the CCHA website, here.
Furthermore, we are pleased to announce that the first 50 people to register for the conference will be reimbursed their fees–thanks to a generous grant from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation. (Funds will be distributed at the conclusion of the conference.) What’s more, during the conference we will be awarding as many as 50 additional travel grants of up to $800 each to cover attendees’ travel expenses. Be on the lookout for further communications from CCHA on this opportunity.
Proposals can be submitted at the following link or by clicking on the image below: www.tri-c.edu/CCHAproposals
The session tracks for the conference are The Arts; Civic Engagement and Democracy; Critical Thinking; Culture & Diversity; Digital Humanities; Environmental Issues; Evaluating Media & Informational Literacy; Social Justice; STEMM/STEAM; and the Traditional Humanities.
The following Call for Proposals comes from the National Council on Public History:
Continue reading CFP: 2022 National Council on Public History (Deadline: 7/15)
The following update comes from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS):
The Mellon/ACLS Community College Faculty Fellowships recognize humanities and social science faculty who teach at two-year institutions and their vital contributions to scholarship, teaching, and their communities. The awards are tailored to the circumstances of these faculty and support their wide-ranging research ambitions. Fellows may use the awards to pursue projects with a variety of outcomes, including articles, book chapters, or books; course materials; exhibitions; community or campus events; online resources; and more. This program is made possible through the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Continue reading Congratulations, Mellon/ACLS Community College Fellows!
The Northeast Popular & American Culture Association (NEPCA) has launched their call for proposals for their 2021 conference, to be held virtually from October 21st-23rd. There is an extensive “conference areas page” that should interest many of our members.
Continue reading CFP: Northeast Popular & American Culture Association
Annually, the San Diego Community College District has a panel discussion in which the panelists, all of whom hold a humanities degree, discuss how their degree has helped them thrive in their field. The goal is to de-stigmatize the idea that you can’t do anything with a humanities degree. Since the session will be held via Zoom this year, our colleagues in San Diego have graciously shared the link to the session. More info in the fliers below.
Continue reading SDCCD “Careers in the Humanities Panel” Zoom Session
We are pleased to announce that the Call for Proposals for the 2021 National Humanities Conference is now available! The conference will be held November 11-14 in Detroit, Michigan.*
Continue reading Call for Proposals for the 2021 National Humanities Conference
The following comes from the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC):
The Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) and Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) invite you and interested colleagues to attend the upcoming online symposium: “Going Global, Growing Global: New Models for Internationalization at Community Colleges,” on Thursday, April 8 and Friday, April 9, 2021, from 1:00-3:00 pm Eastern Time. The promotional flyer for the two-day event is below.
Continue reading “Going Global, Growing Global: New Models for Internationalization at CCs”
Western Michigan University is pleased to announce the NEH summer institute for higher education faculty “Law and Culture in Medieval England,” hosted virtually from June 21 to July 16, 2021.
Have you ever wondered about how the Common Law or the legal profession came into being? About how law shaped culture or culture shaped law? About the difference between law as written and as practiced? If so, please consider applying. Full information at wmich.edu/medieval-law-culture.
DEADLINE: March 1st, 2021