The National Humanities Alliance is offering a summer virtual workshop opportunity with a discount available to our members. Documenting the Impact of the Public Humanities in Higher Education: A Toolkit will be offered on two dates this June, on the 22nd and 25th. This workshop will offer attendees the opportunity to consider impact research as it relates to their own work and to the humanities more broadly. While the toolkit focuses on public humanities projects (including internship programs, publicly engaged courses, reading and discussion groups, and oral history projects), they anticipate that it will also be relevant to those carrying out a wide range of humanities work.
Visit the NHA workshop page HERE for more information.
The National Humanities Alliance (NHA) has published its report “Approaches to Teaching in the Public Humanities: Replicable Models for Building Public Humanities Training Programs”.
You can read and/or download a copy of the report here.
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.*
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The National Humanities Alliance (NHA) has announced the launch of a new “NEH For All” website that can be found at https://nehforall.org. More info from NHA below!
NEH for All
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