Stay Connected to the 2016 National Humanities Conference

November 7, 2016

View the 2016 National Humanities Conference Event Page Here.

Whether you are attending the National Humanities Conference or not, there are multiple ways to stay connected to the conversations, ideas, and events happening in Salt Lake City, UT during the conference.

Join Us Live!

Two events will be livestreamed directly from the National Humanities Conference Facebook page:web-facebook-live

  1. The Schwartz Prize Awards Presentation and Video (Friday, Nov. 11 at 4:45 pm MT)
  2. The Breakfast Conversation with NEH Chairman William Adams and Virginia Foundation for the Humanities’ President and CEO Rob Vaughan (Saturday, Nov. 12 at 8:45 am MT)

Additionally, the National Humanities Alliance will be livestreaming Friday’s 11:00 am (MT) concurrent session, Bridging Troubled Waters: Promoting Understanding and Dialogue between Muslims and Other Americans on its Facebook page.

Participate on Social Media

Use the hashtag #NHCSLC on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay current on what’s happening and what people are talking about at the conference.

Facebook: As mentioned above, the National Humanities Conference has its own Facebook page! Be sure to like the page and share your thoughts, pictures, and favorite moments. Additionally, check out the National Humanities Alliance and Federation of State Humanities Councils Facebook pages for member-specific announcements and updates.

Twitter: Follow @HumFed (Federation) and @HumanitiesAll (National Humanities Alliance) or use #NHCSLC to stay connected to the conversation as it happens in Salt Lake.

Instagram: Use #NHCSLC to experience the conference visually! Both the Federation of State Humanities Councils (@HumFed) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (@NEHgov) have handles and will be posting from the conference – be sure to check it out.

Sign Up for the NHC Dailyweb-nhc-daily

Perhaps one of the best ways to stay connected to all the action at the National Humanities Conference is to sign up for the NHC Daily, a daily e-newsletter that recaps the day’s events through summaries, quotes, and images.

Learn more about the 2016 National Humanities Conference speakers, sessions, tours, and special events on the National Humanities Conference event page.