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Margaret DeLacy [acting as subscriber]
Michelle May-Curry posted an update on the Humanities for All database:
" This week over at Humanities for All we reached an exciting milestone - our database of publicly engaged humanities projects now holds over 2,000 entries!
Since its inception in 2018, Humanities for All has grown alongside the rapidly expanding field of the public humanities. As humanities scholars and practitioners both inside and outside of higher ed grapple with the most pressing issues of the moment, the database offers a wide range of examples that inspire and offer paths forward."
("Highlighting New Projects on Humanities for All: Summer 2021", National Humanities Alliance, August 2, 2021, https://www.nhalliance.org/celebrating_2000_projects_on_hfa)