The Annual Meeting brings together faculty, administrators, and representatives from scholarly societies, museums, archives and other humanities organizations to build their capacity to advocate for the humanities. Programming will include sessions on:
- Recruiting undergraduates to the humanities
- Defending humanities departments facing consolidation or elimination
- Promoting publicly engaged humanities work on campus
- Documenting the impact of campus and community-based programs
- Advocating for federal funding on Capitol Hill
We will also offer ample opportunity to connect with colleagues old and new with virtual receptions and “hallway” conversations.
To accommodate attendees in as many time zones as possible, programming will be held in the afternoons (Eastern Time).