Skip Navigation
Home > Events > Annual Meeting and Humanities Advocacy Day > 2014 Annual Meeting and Humanities Advocacy Day

2014 Annual Meeting and Humanities Advocacy Day

Click here to download the preliminary program (pdf).

National Humanities Alliance
Annual Meeting and Humanities Advocacy Day
March 10-11, 2014
Washington, D.C.
Connect with a growing network of humanities leaders
Communicate the value of the humanities to Members of Congress
Become a year-round advocate for the humanities
Sessions and events will be held at George Washington University and on Capitol Hill.
Click here to download the preliminary program (pdf).
Hotel Accommodations
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Capitol Hill Hotel (200 C Street, SE) at a discounted rate of $229/night for March 8-11.  To make a reservation, call 800-814-5983 and ask for the National Humanities Alliance block rate, using the group code NHA0314.  Availability is limited and hotel reservations must be made no later than February 6, 2014.
2014 Sponsors

American Academy of Arts and Sciences
American Academy of Religion
American Anthropological Association
American Comparative Literature Association
American Council of Learned Societies 
American Historical Association
American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works
American Philological Association
American Philosophical Association
American Sociological Association
Association for Documentary Editing
Association of American Universities
Association of American University Presses
Association of Art Museum Directors
Association of Public and Land-grant Universities
Association of Research Libraries
College Art Association
Community College Humanities Association
Cornell University
Council of Colleges of Arts & Sciences
Federation of State Humanities Councils
Folger Shakespeare Library
George Washington University
HISTORY - Capitol Hill Reception Sponsor
Modern Language Association
National Communication Association
Organization of American Historians
Simpson Center for the Humanities (University of Washington)
The Phi Beta Kappa Society - Luncheon Sponsor
University of Iowa Obermann Center for Advanced Studies
University of Maryland, College Park
Virginia Foundation for the Humanities