For the last 41 years, March has marked “Women’s History Month” in the United States. While women’s collective contributions are central to our society, humanities councils also consider the ways … Read more
In February, the humanities council community commemorates the critical contributions, lived experiences, and cultural heritage of Black Americans who have shaped the country’s history…
With three weeks remaining before Humanities on the Hill, now is the time to be preparing for your virtual Hill visits.
Now is the time to schedule your Humanities on the Hill virtual congressional visits for the first full week of March.
Long-standing work in the council community advancing civil rights continues.
Making Connections: Washington State Folklorist on Race and Bridging the Academic and Public Sectors
“I was trying to bring these two worlds together and kind of create a pathway for everyone to engage with this work,” Wilkins said.
“It’s been a while since practitioners of the public humanities have been able to gather, so it’s hard not to be excited.
The Federation of State Humanities Councils and the National Humanities Alliance are excited to announce the 2022 National Humanities Conference, which will be held in Los Angeles, California, November 10-13, 2022.
The current strategic plan was extended to 2022. In 2022, the Federation begins its strategic planning process and develop a strategic plan update that will be presented to the Federation House of Delegates at the 2022 Annual Business Meeting.
From “Native American” and “American Indian” to “Alaska Native” and “Native Hawaiian,” no generalized term is exactly right, explained panelists, given that these terms originate in English.
November marks a time of gratitude but also commemoration with National Native American Heritage Month, and Indigenous cultures are often the focus of humanities councils’ work.
Dr. Hanna-Attisha’s conversation with Dr. Stiffler inspired so many responses that she didn’t have time to answer all the questions from the audience. She answers them here.