The Humanities Advisor Database is a resource for prospective grant-seekers and community partners. The database lists advisors and scholars working in Arizona or on Arizona topics who have made themselves available to work as consultants, speakers, and evaluators on public programs.
For each advisor you’ll find a professional affiliation, topics of study, and contact information.
A humanities advisor, as defined by Arizona Humanities, meets one or more of the following qualifications:
Holds an advanced degree (M.A. or higher) in a humanities discipline, i.e. anthropology, archaeology, art history & criticism, comparative religion, ethics, history, jurisprudence, language, linguistics, literature, philosophy, and certain aspects of the social sciences.
Is a recognized expert with a verifiable record of working, teaching, and publishing in a humanities discipline and/or is acknowledged as such by other scholars in the field.
Is a Native American elder or traditional teacher involved in a project whose focus is on their particular tribe.