The Community College Humanities Association (CCHA), founded in 1979, is the only national organization for humanities faculty and administrators in two-year colleges. It is dedicated to strengthening and growing the humanities in two-year colleges as well as creating awareness of the value of humanities education for students, parents, employers, and members of the community. Since humanities study in higher education is not static, CCHA serves as a catalyst for defining and finding progressive solutions to the many fluid and mutable issues that face community college humanities faculty and administrators.
- The conference will run from Thursday, Oct. 13 to Saturday, Oct. 15
- All concurrent sessions and keynote addresses (except for the opening keynote) will be held at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Humanities Center
- The opening night keynote and reception will be held at the Cleveland Marriott East (which is next to the Tri-C campus and has rooms blocked off for conference attendees)
- Keynote speakers will include
- Flynn Coleman, international human rights attorney, environmental advocate, Harvard and Yale fellow, and author of A Human Algorithm: How Artificial Intelligence is Redefining Who We Are
- Jason Hanley, Vice President of Education and Visitor Engagement at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
- Ayanna Thompson, Regents Professor of English at Arizona State, Director of the Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies (ACMRS), and author of number of books, including Blackface (Bloomsbury, 2021), Shakespeare in the Theatre: Peter Sellars (Arden Bloomsbury, 2018), and Passing Strange: Shakespeare, Race, and Contemporary America (Oxford University Press, 2011).
- The proposal submission due date is April 15
To submit your proposal, follow the link below: