Michelle May-Curry is the project director of Humanities for All, an initiative of the National Humanities Alliance that showcases publicly engaged humanities work at colleges and universities across the United States, including a wide range of humanities projects that collaborate with diverse publics as audiences and as partners. Prior to joining NHA, she was a visiting dissertation fellow at Harvard University as well as a Carr Center Independent Scholar. Her scholarly and curatorial work on the photographic representations of racially mixed families in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries has appeared in two art exhibitions in Detroit and Havana, Cuba. She is a Ph.D. Candidate in American Culture at the University of Michigan and holds a B.A. from Williams College.