2023 National Humanities Conference Call for Proposals

Do you have an idea that addresses the challenges and opportunities presented since the initial call for proposals closed in April? A limited number of late-breaking sessions are invited at … Read more

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Humanities on the Hill: Preparing for your Virtual Hill Visit

With three weeks remaining before Humanities on the Hill, now is the time to be preparing for your virtual Hill visits.

Meet the 2023 Federation Board of Directors

The 2023 Federation Board of Directors welcomed two new board members on November 12: Miranda Restovic, President and Executive Director of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities and Leo G. … Read more

Expanding History and Exploring Collective Identity

In the age of twenty-four hour news cycles, Zoom rooms, and “googleability,” processes of circulating information and engaging in public dialogue has been accelerated to unprecedented levels. While there are … Read more

Hawai’i and Oklahoma Humanities Councils Win Schwartz Prizes for Outstanding Humanities Programming

November 17, 2022 [Los Angeles, CA] The Federation of State Humanities Councils (Federation) presented the 2022 Schwartz Prize for outstanding work in the public humanities to: Hawai’i Council for the Humanities … Read more

Celebrating Public Humanities Programming

Throughout October, the Federation celebrated the ways in which councils are centering community, connection, and exploration through their public humanities programs year-round. National Arts and Humanities Month is a time … Read more

2022 National Humanities Conference Equitable Access Grant Recipients

The Federation of State Humanities Councils and the National Humanities Alliance are pleased to announce the 2022 National Humanities Conference Equitable Access grant recipients. This program has been made possible … Read more

Sharing and Shaping Humanities Perspectives

Throughout National Arts and Humanities Month, the Federation has been exploring the amplitude of “the humanities,” paying close attention to the ways humanities councils both help to shape and are … Read more