How to Communicate Your Humanities Scholarship to the Public (NHC Conference, Oct. 26, 2023)

Session Information

  • National Humanities Conference 2023, Indianpolis (program)
  • Session Date & Time: October 26, 2023, 12:45-2:14 PM (Eastern Time)
  • Marriott 8 (Marriot Indianapolis Downtown)
  • Program Listing (navigate to listings for Oct. 26 at 12:45 pm)
    • The goal of this hands-on workshop on “How to Communicate Your Humanities Scholarship to the Public” is to teach scholars in the humanities and allied fields how to document, remediate, and assess one’s humanities work and how to communicate the products of research and teaching to public audiences. The workshop focuses on how to use different media for distinct audiences, and how to assign meaning and value of one’s daily work by using a variety of metrics. To frame this workshop, participants will be presented with the proposal for a new humanities communication center and training program meant to support their efforts moving forward.

Panelists

Anke Finger

  • Professor of German Studies, Media Studies and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies
  • University of Connecticut, CT

Christine Henseler

  • Professor of Spanish and Hispanice Studies and Co-Director of 4Humanities.org
  • Union College, NY

Alan Liu

  • Professor of English and Co-Director of 4Humanities.org
  • University of California, Santa Barbara

Isabella Sluka

  • Ph.D. candidate in German Studies
  • University of Connecticut, CT

Materials & Additional Information

Humanities Communication Prompts  (for NHC 2023) (partial screenshot)
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