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Why become a member?
CHCI produces a major Annual Meeting of its membership, maintains a content-rich website, produces an annual printed membership directory, and serves as a re-circulator for information about its members via listservs and its website. We are now also developing distinctive programs and special projects intended to benefit our membership. Learn more.
How to become a member
To start your membership, we simply need some basic information that will be used to create a letter of invitation and invoice for your first year’s dues. Memberships typically become valid as soon as we receive your request to join. Please submit this form to join CHCI.
Benefits of membership
For most of our members, the primary benefit of membership is immediate access to direct, peer-to-peer networks of like-minded organizations and individuals: our members are interested in exchanging information about key intellectual and programmatic issues and many are also seeking a dialogue about the “nuts and bolts” of running a humanities center or institute. Learn more.
In April 2017, the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) at the University of Edinburgh is hosting a European Conference for the Humanities on behalf of the European Consortium of Humanities Institutes and Centres (ECHIC).
The Health and Humanities Exchange (HHEX) is an event that will spotlight health-related research and education initiatives at UNC-CH, Duke, Wake Forest, and other regional programs that draw upon the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.