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Project Director, Humanities for All
The National Humanities Alliance invites applications for a project director to work on the Humanities for All initiative. Humanities for All documents and promotes publicly engaged humanities work in U.S. higher education, including research, teaching, preservation, and programming conducted with and for diverse public partners. It is a resource for scholars carrying out their own publicly engaged work, educators teaching on the public humanities, and scholarly societies and funders looking to support public engagement efforts in the humanities.
The National Humanities Alliance invites applications for a research fellow with qualitative research experience and an interest in community-based humanities work. The fellow will work primarily on our efforts to document the value of the humanities in communities around the country. These efforts include (1) in-depth case studies aimed at illuminating how humanities education, organizations, and programs can collectively foster more just, inclusive, and flourishing cities, towns, and rural communities and (2) our NEH for All initiative, which documents and communicates the impact of National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) funding on communities, organizations, and individuals.