We are looking forward to seeing colleagues from near and far at the 2020 Virtual National Humanities Conference on Friday, November 6; Tuesday, November 10; Thursday, November 12; and Friday, November 13.
As we work to finalize the schedule (more details coming soon!), we are pleased to announce two opportunities to participate in the conference:
- Propose a Late-Breaking Session: A lot can change in a few months, especially in 2020. Do you have an idea for a session that addresses the challenges and opportunities presented since the initial call for proposals closed in February? Propose a late-breaking session here.
- Propose a facilitated conversation topic on humanities work in this unprecedented year, including topics you’d like to discuss right after the 2020 election. These facilitated conversations will take place from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm EST on Friday, November 6. Please email Kassie Wahlstrom (email@example.com) with your topic of choice.
We will notify you about whether your late-breaking session or facilitated conversation topic has been accepted by October 1st.
We look forward to sharing a complete schedule along with registration information in the coming weeks. For now, please take a look at our schedule at a glance to help you plan for the conference days.
Please note: All times are listed in ET. Programming will take place in the afternoon and evening to accommodate as many U.S. time zones as possible.
More information coming soon!
National Humanities Alliance