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Call for Proposals: NHA 2023 Conference “Crossroads”
DEADLINE: April 3, 2023
Call for Proposals: “Crossroads”
National Humanities Alliance
Conference Dates: October 25 – 29
Deadline: April 3, 2023
Co-hosted by the National Humanities Alliance and the Federation of State Humanities Councils, the National Humanities Conference brings together representatives from colleges, universities, state humanities councils, cultural institutions, and other community-based organizations to explore approaches to deepening the public’s engagement with the humanities. The conference will be held October 25-29, 2023, in Indianapolis. With the help of our partners at Indiana Humanities, we look forward to a conference that offers ample opportunities to engage with local and regional culture and history.
In keeping with the state motto of Indiana, “The Crossroads of America,” the 2023 conference theme is “Crossroads.”
Crossroads are places of choice and possibility—creative, reflective, and forward-looking—and we invite proposals that consider how the public humanities have arrived at their current place, what that place looks like to us today, and where we wish to go from here. We especially encourage proposals that engage humanities practitioners, professionals, and scholars/academics to discuss shared or aligned destinations as well as proposals that explore and delineate how and why we diverge.
Posted: March 3, 2023
Tagged: Calls for Papers, Meetings, Conferences, Symposia
Wesleyan University to Host 2023 Slotkin Symposium
DEADLINE: April 29, 2023
Slotkin Symposium 2023
Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29
Join us as Wesleyan University celebrates Richard Slotkin’s 80th birthday and the 50th anniversary of the publication of the first groundbreaking book in his landmark trilogy, Regeneration Through Violence: The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860 (1973). At this virtual symposium, Professor Slotkin will be offering a preview of his next book, Divided Against Itself: American National Myth in the Age of Culture War. The event will continue with a series of panels composed by Professor Slotkin’s students and colleagues, who will be joined by other distinguished names in the field of American Studies to comment on his provocative work and fundamental contribution to American intellectual life.
Find the complete schedule here. Attend the symposium via Zoom links here.
Posted: March 8, 2023
Tagged: Meetings, Conferences, Symposia