2022 National Humanities Conference November 10-13

Late breaking session proposals due October 7. NHC Equitable Access Grant applications due September 30.

2022 National Humanities Conference November 10-13

The National Humanities Conference kicks off on November 10 in Los Angeles, CA, and features both in-person and virtual attendance options.  In addition to sessions and prominent speakers already listed in the conference program, late breaking proposals are being accepted through October 7, 2022. 

In addition to pre-conference sessions on November 9, the conference includes two days of virtual sessions on November 3 and 4 covering a variety of topics, such as NEH Funding Opportunities with NEH program officers; Towards Reparative Public Humanities: A Roundtable with Slavery Descendant Movement Leaders; and Teaching the Humanities Through Honors in Action: A Case Study.  

NHC Equitable Access Grants are also available, with applications due by September 30, 2022. Applicants must attend the conference in person; grants of up to $1,895 will reimburse recipients for registration, travel, and lodging expenses. Applications from individuals from marginalized populations and communities previously underrepresented at the NHC conference are encouraged. Preference will be given to applicants who can articulate the barriers to access that they have faced in their humanities education and/or work and explain how participation in this conference will benefit their professional development.

For additional information and instructions on how to apply, click here.