The Academy of American Poets is a non-profit organization and was founded in 1934 to support American poets at all stages of their careers and to foster the appreciation of contemporary poetry.
The Alliance of Literary Societies was formed in 1973 and now boats a membership of over 100 societies.
The American Comparative Literature Association, was founded in 1960 for scholars whose work involves several literatures and cultures as well as the premises of cross-cultural literary study itself.
The American Folklore Society is an association of more than 2,200 people who create and communicate knowledge about folklore throughout the world.
The Association for Computers and the Humanities shares information among its members pertaining to work in the field of humanities computing.
The BCLA, founded in 1975, aims to promote the scholarly study of literature without confinement to national or linguistic boundaries, and in relation to other disciplines.
The MHRA promotes advanced studies in modern humanities.
Founded in 1883 by teachers and scholars, the Modern Language Association promotes the study and teaching of language and literature
Since 1911, NCTE has worked to advance teaching, research, and student achievement in English language arts at all scholastic levels.
Founded in 1970, Poets & Writers offers support for creative writers.
The RSA is dedicated to the study, teaching, and practice of rhetoric.
The mission of the Society of Environmental Journalists is to advance public understanding of environmental issues by improving the quality, accuracy, and visibility of environmental reporting.