Humanities for All

National Humanities Alliance

A project of the National Humanities Alliance, the Humanities for All database¬†showcases “higher ed-based publicly engaged humanities initiatives, presenting a cross-section of over 1400 undertaken over the past decade from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.” Projects are organized by discipline, theme, geography, and type of institutional and community partners. There’s plenty of material for students investigating a range of humanities options, for scholars interested in models of how to add a public facet to their research, or anybody who wants to learn more about the humanities ecosystem in their state. A special shoutout goes to Rackham’s Program in Public Scholarship!