The Center for the Humanities is supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Humanities New York, and the Alfred and Jane Ross Foundation. Founding Trustees are: Susan Lonoff de Cuevas, Edith Everett, Joanna S. Rose, and Margo Viscusi. Individual supporters include: Jeanine Plottel, Gabriella De Ferrari, André Spears, Constance Old, Maria Gutierrez, Esther Allen, Sarah Chinn, Robert Malone, Duncan Faherty, Dorothy O'Helly, Patricia Huff, Kyoo Lee, Minata Kone, and Mateo Taussig-Rubbo. Funding for the Annual Irving Howe Memorial Lecture is provided by an endowment, created through a gift by Max Palevsky, and the Bi-Annual Stanley Burnshaw Memorial Lecture is funded by an endowment, created by the family of Stanley Burnshaw. Published out of the Center for the Humanities, Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, The Sylvia Klatzkin Steinig Fund, The Leslie Scalapino–O Books Fund, The Provost's Office and the Early Research Initiative at the Graduate Center, CUNY, and Engaging the Senses Foundation. 

Interested in joining our efforts? Please contact our Associate Director Kendra Sullivan at 212-817-2009 or at ksullivan@gc.cuny.edu for more information on how to get involved with our various programs and initiatives.

We depend on the generous support of our publics and donors to continue our extensive programming! We hope you might help make possible the important role we play in the intellectual life of the city by donating to the Center for the Humanities. No matter the amount, your support will sustain and strengthen public humanities in New York City.

You may make a tax-deductible donation to the Center for the Humanities online here. Or you may send a check made out to The Graduate Center Foundation, Inc., with a memo line to The Center for the Humanities, to the following address:

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