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Ilisagvik College (Barrow, AK 99723-0749)
Erin Hollingsworth (Project Director, 06/26/2014 - present)
AD-226783-15
Developing an Iñupiaq Language Database at Ilisagvik College

A two-year project at Ilisagvik College to create an online, interactive Inupiaq language database, to produce Inupiaq language materials for an online library, and to train faculty in the use of the database and related software.

Project fields: Languages, Other
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $100,000 (approved); $100,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2015 – 12/31/2016

Haskell Indian Nations University (Lawrence, KS 66046-4800)
Joshua Fallleaf (Project Director, 06/26/2014 - present)
AD-226811-15
Summer Bridge Program in Literature at Haskell Indian Nations University

A three-year project to plan and run two cycles of a four-week summer bridge program for first-year students at Haskell Indian Nations University, focusing on English and humanities.

Project fields: Composition and Rhetoric; Literature, Other
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $99,774 (approved); $99,774 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2015 – 1/1/2018

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College (Cloquet, MN 55720-2984)
Elizabeth Jaakola (Project Director, 07/01/2013 - present)
AD-50052-14
Teaching Ojibwe Values through Stories and Song: Building a Digital Repository at the Ojibwemowining Center

A two-year project that would organize a substantial archive of Ojibwe culture and produce interpretive materials to enhance Native understanding of the resources.

Project fields: Languages, Other
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $98,135 (approved); $98,135 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2014 – 12/31/2015

Turtle Mountain Community College (Belcourt, ND 58316-0340)
Larry Henry (Project Director, 07/01/2013 - 06/25/2015); Zelma Peltier (Project Director, 06/25/2015 - present)
AD-50054-14
The Louise Erdrich Reading Project

A two-year program, based on the writing of Louise Erdrich, designed to enrich humanities courses by tying them to the Turtle Mountain reservation community.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $100,000 (approved); $100,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2014 – 12/31/2015

Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture (Santa Fe, NM 87508)
J. Peinado (Project Director, 11/02/2011 - 03/25/2013); Jessie Ryker-Crawford (Co Project Director, 12/01/2011 - 03/26/2013); Jessie Ryker-Crawford (Project Director, 03/26/2013 - present); Joseph Tompkins (Co Project Director, 03/26/2013 - present)
AD-50036-12
The Institute for American Indian Arts Digital Curation Project

An eighteen-month project to create digital resources using the Institute of American Indian Arts' Collection of Contemporary Native American Art, develop two new interdisciplinary digital humanities courses, and enable faculty members to use digital humanities resources to enhance their teaching.

"The IAIA Digital Curation Project" is an eighteen-month endeavor to create digital resources using the Institute of American Indian Arts' Collection of Contemporary Native American Art, to develop two new interdisciplinary digital humanities courses, and to enable faculty members to use digital humanities resources to enhance their teaching. The program explores digital technology for cultural heritage preservation through faculty symposia, curriculum development, and the production of new digital resources, engaging with the ways that these innovations can be used to sustain, to grow, and to share Native culture and wisdom. Building on the advanced technological capacity of the institution's New Media Arts program and its Museum Studies program, which uniquely specializes in tribal museum management and collections care, project directors J. Carlos Peinado (new media arts) and Jessie Ryker-Crawford (museum studies) lead IAIA faculty in examining the use of digital technologies in the research, preservation, interpretation, and representation of cultural heritage. Under their guidance, a team of "Student Technology Scholars" create high-definition 3D scans of pottery, sculpture, and other material culture objects from the IAIA Collection of Contemporary Native American Art (one of the largest collections of contemporary Native American art in the country) and create educational material contextualizing each scanned object, yielding an interactive online archive where scholars can view, manipulate, and learn about these Native American cultural objects. Two symposia bring IAIA faculty together with members of the project's advisory council to address digital humanities resources and issues for Native American-serving institutions and collections. These council members represent a wide range of collaborating institutions, including the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Dartmouth College Native American Studies Department and Hood Museum, Los Alamos Visual Analytics (LAVA), the University of New Mexico Art, Research, and Technology and Science (ARTS) Lab, and Fort Collins Museum. Two cross-disciplinary digital humanities courses, Software Applications for the Digital Humanities and Cultural Representation in the Digital Humanities, are also developed.

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Project fields: Museum Studies or Historical Preservation
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $99,709 (approved); $99,709 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2012 – 9/30/2013

Comanche Nation College (Lawton, OK 73501-7434)
Dorna Riding-In Battese (Project Director, 11/02/2011 - present)
AD-50040-12
Noobitu ranu ("Let's set up camp together"): Articulating Comanche Philosophy

Faculty development and consultation with scholars and outside institutional partners to study Comanche cultural heritage and enhance American Indian Studies course offerings.

"Noobitu ranu ('Let's Set Up Camp Together'): Articulating Comanche Philosophy" is a project to support faculty development through consultation with scholars and outside institutional partners to study Comanche cultural heritage and enhance American Indian Studies course offerings at Comanche Nation College (CNC). The project begins with a week-long Winter Encampment guided by Gregory Cajete (director of the Native American Studies Program, University of New Mexico), whose book, Look to the Mountain: An Ecology of Indigenous Education, is read and discussed by faculty participants. Thomas Kavanagh (assistant professor of anthropology and museum director, Seton Hall University), who serves as Consulting Anthropologist for the Comanche Nation, contributes to faculty professional development by sharing expertise in areas including Comanche historical accounts and encampment organization. Several other partner organizations, including the Comanche National Museum, Texas Tech University, University of Texas at Arlington, and the Three Rivers Foundation, also contribute knowledge and resources. CNC faculty participants work with colleagues from these partner institutions to produce curricula and classroom materials during the subsequent academic year.

Project fields: Native American Studies
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $50,000 (approved); $50,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2012 – 12/31/2015

Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College (Baraga, MI 49908-0519)
Lynn Aho (Project Director, 06/21/2010 - present)
AD-50029-11
Weaving Our History: Voices of Wisdom and Memory

A three-year project to collect and preserve oral history narratives from elders of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community and to develop curricular resources from this material.

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Project fields: Native American Studies
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $100,000 (approved); $100,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2011 – 12/31/2015

Leech Lake Tribal College (Cass Lake, MN 56633-0180)
Timothy Powell (Project Director, 06/21/2010 - 02/23/2011); Elaine Fleming (Project Director, 02/24/2011 - present)
AD-50031-11
Digital Repatriation, Cultural Revitalization, and Traditional Values

A one-year project to create a digital repository of Ojibwe materials held at four cultural institutions and to integrate these materials into core humanities programs at Leech Lake Tribal College.

Project fields: Native American Studies
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $94,349 (approved); $94,349 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2011 – 12/31/2012

Salish Kootenai College (Pablo, MT 59855)
Jeffrey Bendremer (Project Director, 06/21/2010 - present)
AD-50032-11
Tribal Historic Preservation and the Humanities

A three-year project to create an interdisciplinary bachelor's degree program in Tribal Historic Preservation.

Project fields: Anthropology
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $100,000 (approved); $100,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2011 – 12/31/2013

Fort Peck Community College (Poplar, MT 59255)
James Shanley (Project Director, 01/23/2009 - present)
AD-50022-09
Assiniboine & Sioux Tribal Histories, Language & Literature Project

A project to enhance the Institution's humanities program in Assiniboine and Sioux languages, tribal histories, and literature.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $100,000 (approved); $100,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 7/1/2009 – 6/30/2011

College of Menominee Nation (Keshena, WI 54135-1179)
Ryan Winn (Project Director, 01/23/2009 - present)
AD-50023-09
"The Campus Literary Discussion Series, Unifying the College Through Literature" project

A project to create a campus-wide literary discussion series.

Project fields: Literature, General
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $100,000 (approved); $100,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 7/1/2009 – 6/30/2011

Fort Peck Community College (Poplar, MT 59255)
Margarett Campbell (Project Director, 06/18/2007 - present)
AD-50015-08
Indian Education for All

To Support: A series of professional development activities for Montana school teachers on the history and culture of the Nakona and Dakota people.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $30,000 (approved); $30,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2008 – 12/31/2009

Northwest Indian College (Bellingham, WA 98226-9278)
Sharon Kinley (Project Director, 06/18/2007 - present)
AD-50017-08
Lummi Video Curriculum Project

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Project fields: Languages, General
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $30,000 (approved); $30,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 1/1/2008 – 12/31/2008

Dine College (Tsalie, AZ 86556-9998)
Cristine Soliz (Project Director, 07/10/2006 - present)
AD-50006-07
The Frontier of Native American Literature: Imaginative Paths to Discovery

A year-long series of workshops for faculty at Dine College that would explore Native American literature.

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Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $25,540 (approved); $25,540 (awarded)
Grant period: 2/1/2007 – 12/31/2007

White Earth Tribal and Community College (Mahnomen, MN 56557-4708)
Nyleta Belgarde (Project Director, 07/10/2006 - present)
AD-50007-07
To Sanction, To Give Authority, To Bring to Life: Gi-bugadin-a-maa-goom

The development of a digital resource to support the preservation and revitalization of the Ojibwe language and culture.

Project fields: Languages, General
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $74,807 (approved); $74,807 (awarded)
Grant period: 2/1/2007 – 1/31/2009

College of Menominee Nation (Keshena, WI 54135-1179)
Melissa Cook (Project Director, 09/28/2005 - present)
AD-50003-06
Sustaining the Spirit: Fostering a Menominee Centered Historical Inquiry and Interpretation

A collaborative project with the Newberry Library that would identify archival resources and produce public exhibits and curricular materials for humanities courses.

Project fields: Education
Program: Humanities Initiatives: TCUs
Division: Education Programs
Total amounts: $75,000 (approved); $75,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 4/1/2006 – 3/31/2008

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