The College of Humanities and Social Sciences values our memberships in several notable societies and organizations that are devoted to the study, appreciation, and public engagement of the humanities.
The National Humanities Alliance (https://nhalliance.org) is comprised of more than 200 member organizations that promote the value of studying the humanities and make the case for the public value of the humanities.
The American Council of Learned Societies was formed in 1919 as a nonprofit federation of 79 scholarship organization that, "encourages and enables scholarship to help us understand the human experience - and improve it."
The National Humanities Center, located in Research Triangle Park, NC, is a "free standing national resource devoted to advancing significant humanities study and reflection and to making those insights available both inside and outside the academic world."
The Folger Shakespeare Library, located in Washington, D.C., houses the world's largest Shakespeare collection, which is made accessible to scholars so as to advance understanding and appreciation of Shakespeare's writing and the culture of the early modern world.
September 30, 2022