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Scholarly Societies in the Humanities: New Models and Innovation - Dianne Harris

by Anne Bird | Feb 11, 2013
How can scholarly societies in the humanities create sustainable organizational models in an era of networked communications? What services will attract and retain members when scholars have an increasing list of options available for disseminating their work and connecting with peers? Join us for “Scholarly Societies in the Humanities: New Models and Innovation,” a panel discussion of these questions and more on Tuesday, March 5, at noon in Columbia’s Faculty House. This event is free and open to the public.
Tuesday, March 5, 12:00 PM at Columbia University, Morningside Campus
Faculty House, Presidential Rooms 2 & 3

How can scholarly societies in the humanities create sustainable organizational models in an era of networked communications? What services will attract and retain members when scholars have an increasing list of options available for disseminating their work and connecting with peers? Join us for “Scholarly Societies in the Humanities: New Models and Innovation,” a panel discussion of these questions and more on Tuesday, March 5, at noon in Columbia’s Faculty House. This event is free and open to the public.

Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Director of Scholarly Communication, Modern Language Association
Robert Townsend, Deputy Director, American Historical Association
Dianne Harris, former President, Society of Architectural Historians

This event is the third event this academic year in the speaker series Research Without Borders: The Changing World of Scholarly Communication. Follow the discussion live on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ScholarlyComm or by using the hashtag #rwob.