The National Humanities Alliance has launched a new web resource, Humanities for All, that catalogues more than 1,400 publicly engaged humanities projects. To illustrate the range, diversity, and impact of this work, the Winterthur/University
of Delaware Program in Art Conservation is one of 51 programs which have extended profiles on the website.
Humanities for All serves three key goals: to support the efforts of
colleagues and students who are interested in embarking on or deepening their own publicly engaged work; to serve as a resource for
advocating for the relevance of the humanities in addressing society’s pressing concerns; and to provide examples that
can broaden narratives about the value of the humanities in higher education beyond a narrow focus on return on investment.
You can check out the Humanites for All website at https://humanitiesforall.org and share it with colleagues on social media with the hashtag #humanitiesforall.