National Humanities Conference Equitable Access Grants

The Federation of State Humanities Councils (Federation) and the National Humanities Alliance (NHA) are pleased to announce a new grant program to support the attendance and travel expenses of up … Read more

Important Notice of the 2022 Annual Business Meeting

The 2022 Annual Business Meeting of the Federation House of Delegates will take place on Saturday, November 12, from 1:30 to 3:00 pm PT, in Santa Barbara A at the … Read more

Black Roots: Everett Fly Delivers Frederick Law Olmsted Lecture at Harvard University

“Bit by bit, I was able to find enough documentation on thirty or forty Black communities, including Tuskegee, Alabama; Mound Bayou, Mississippi; Hobson City, Alabama; and Eatonville, Florida. I collected enough to submit a coherent paper and thought I had proved my point—that African Americans had even built towns,” Fly said. Read on to learn more about “American Cultural Landscapes: Black Roots and Treasures.”

2022 Schwartz Prize Winners

Congratulations to the Hawai'i and Oklahoma Humanities Councils for winning the Schwartz Prizes for outstanding programming.