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Bethlehem Area School District (Bethlehem, PA 18017-6099)
Robert W. Zimmerman
ES-*2035-81
Foreign Language Teacher Retraining Project

To support teacher retraining and curriculum development in preparation for a new foreign language course sequence to be implemented in the middle school (grades 6-8).

Project fields: Languages, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $7,788
Grant period: 9/1/1981 – 8/31/1983

Arts Connection, Inc. (New York, NY 10010)
Elizabeth B. Zimmer
ES-*1373-81
Investigating Human Culture Through the History and Criticism of Dance

To support an elementary school humanities education program on the history andcriticism of dance.

Project fields: Dance History and Criticism
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $98,250
Grant period: 6/1/1981 – 11/30/1983

Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus (University Park, PA 16802)
Vickie L. Ziegler
ES-23197-02
Paradise, Pottage, and Potions: The Medieval Garden

A four-week institute for 25 school teachers that features the study of medieval history, literature, and culture through the medieval garden.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $129,792
Grant period: 10/1/2002 – 12/31/2003

Western Interstate Comm. for Higher Education (Boulder, CO 80302)
Holly Zanville
ES-*0125-78
Humanities Internships in Multi-Cultural Education

No description available.

Project fields: Unknown
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $125,000
Grant period: 1/1/1977 – 1/1/1980

University of Chicago (Chicago, IL 60637-5418)
Anthony C. Yu
ES-22307-92
Reading THE JOURNEY TO THE WEST

To support a masterwork study project on THE JOURNEY TO THE WEST, a classic of 16th-century Chinese literature for 16 Chicago elementary and secondary school teachers.

Project fields: Asian Studies
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $26,781
Grant period: 10/1/1992 – 12/31/1992

Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington, DC 20003-1094)
Robert G. Young
ES-50190-07
Folger Shakespeare Library Teaching Shakespeare 2008 Institute

A four-week institute for twenty-five secondary school teachers to examine Shakespeare's plays.

Project fields: British Literature
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $200,000
Grant period: 10/1/2007 – 12/31/2008

Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington, DC 20003-1094)
Robert G. Young
ES-50295-09
Folger Shakespeare Library's Teaching Shakespeare 2010 Institute

A four-week school teacher institute for twenty-five participants to examine Shakespeare's plays.

Project fields: British Literature
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $228,315
Grant period: 10/1/2009 – 12/31/2011

Funding details
Original grant (2009) $218,315
Supplement (2010) $10,000

Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington, DC 20003-1094)
Robert G. Young
ES-50400-11
Folger Shakespeare Library's Teaching Shakespeare Institute

A four-week institute for twenty-five school teachers to examine Shakespeare's plays.

Project fields: British Literature
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $187,767
Grant period: 10/1/2011 – 12/31/2012

Minneapolis Public Schools (Minneapolis, MN 55413-2332)
Seymour Yesner
ES-*0382-77
HUMANITIES ON LOCATION

No description available.

Project fields: Unknown
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $61,245
Grant period: 7/1/1977 – 6/30/1979

National Children's Museum (Washington, DC 20002-4314)
Mavis L. Wylie
ES-*1915-80
Museum/School Collaboration on an Enriched Elementary Curri-culum in Comparative Culture.

To support the design, implementation, and evaluation of an elementary school curriculum and guides for the study of other cultures using museum resources. Mexico is used at the first theme, but curriculum components remain the same for any country chosen.

Project fields: Social Sciences, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $40,000
Grant period: 11/1/1980 – 3/31/1982

Churchill Center for Learning Disabilities (New York, NY 10028)
Claire Wurtzel
ES-*2185-81
Project Heroes

To support teacher training as well as teaching aids and new curriculum units to expand "Project Heroes," which teaches the humanities to learning disabled children by having them research and write about the lives of people, famous and non-famous, who succeeded in life despite learning problems.

Project fields: History, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $75,000
Grant period: 10/1/1981 – 9/30/1984

Institute for Research in History (New York, NY 10016-8013)
Marlene Wortman
ES-*1253-79
Perspectives on Women in America's Legal Development

To design a documentary supplement with historical, legal, and cultural materials on women and the law for high school courses in history and sociologyDocuments and introductory essays will be arranged in case studies. A teacher'smanual will be written.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $97,732
Grant period: 10/1/1979 – 9/30/1981

University of Oregon, Eugene (Eugene, OR 97403)
Stephanie G. Wood
ES-50182-07
From the Yucatan to "The Halls of Montezuma" -- Mesoamerican Cultures and their Histories

A four-week institute for thirty school teachers to study Mesoamerican history and culture through artifacts, architectural remains, and manuscript sources.

Project fields: Latin American History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $175,745
Grant period: 10/1/2007 – 12/31/2008

University of Oregon, Eugene (Eugene, OR 97403)
Stephanie G. Wood
ES-50317-09
Mesoamerican Cultures and their Histories: Focus on Oaxaca

A four-week school teacher summer institute for twenty-five to thirty participants highlighting recent archaeological and ethnohistorical research on the indigenous peoples of Oaxaca, Mexico.

Project fields: Latin American History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $195,561
Grant period: 10/1/2009 – 12/31/2011

Funding details
Original grant (2009) $185,561
Supplement (2010) $10,000

University of Oregon, Eugene (Eugene, OR 97403)
Stephanie G. Wood
ES-50353-10
Mesoamerican Cultures and their Histories: Focus on Oaxaca!

A four-week summer institute for thirty school teachers on recent archaeological and ethnohistorical research in Mesoamerica to take place in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Project fields: Latin American History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $193,435
Grant period: 10/1/2010 – 12/31/2011

Funding details
Original grant (2010) $183,435
Supplement (2011) $10,000

University of Oregon, Eugene (Eugene, OR 97403)
Stephanie G. Wood
ES-50531-13
Mesoamerican Cultures and their Histories: Oaxaca, Mexico

A four-week institute for thirty school teachers on Mesoamerican history and culture, to be held in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Project fields: History, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $194,103
Grant period: 10/1/2013 – 12/31/2014

Lenawee County Historical Society (Adrian, MI 49221)
Marcia B. Wolter
ES-*1889-80
The Homemade History Project

To support a cooperative program between Lenawee County, MI elementary schools and the Michigan Historical Museum to introduce local history and folklore into the school curriculum. Students will learn to document the histories of themselves, their families, and their communities.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $22,775
Grant period: 10/1/1980 – 9/30/1981

University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Amherst, MA 01003)
Robert P. Wolff
ES-22723-95
The Vietnamese Folktale: Window on a Society

To support a masterwork study project on Vietnamese folktales for 16 middle andhigh school language arts and literature teachers from Worcester and Springfield, Massachusetts.

Project fields: Asian Studies
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $22,005
Grant period: 2/1/1995 – 1/31/1996

Harvard University (Cambridge, MA 02138-3800)
Martha S. Wiske
ES-22239-92
Enriching the Humanities through the Study of African-American History: The Great Migration, 1900-39

To support a collaborative project for 30 Boston-area history and social studies teachers on the migration of African Americans to the north from 1900 to 1939.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $165,276
Grant period: 12/1/1991 – 11/30/1993

Stanford University (Stanford, CA 94305)
John D. Wirth
ES-20630-82
Training Institute in Cross-Cultural and Global Education: Focus on Latin America

To support a project to assist teachers in increasing their knowledge of Latin America and to produce and revise curriculum about Latin America as a means of strengthening the international dimensions of secondary-school history curricula.

Project fields: Latin American History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $44,985
Grant period: 4/1/1983 – 6/30/1984

Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN 47907)
Joseph A. Wipf
ES-*0559-78
FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER INSTITUTE

No description available.

Project fields: Unknown
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $76,566
Grant period: 6/26/1978 – 6/25/1979

Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN 47907)
Joseph A. Wipf
ES-*0958-80
Foreign Language Teacher Institutes

To support two institutes for secondary-school teachers of French, German, and Spanish which will increase their language fluency and aid in the design of techniques and materials for the teaching of foreign cultures and communication skills.

Project fields: Languages, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $225,762
Grant period: 3/1/1980 – 11/30/1982

Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN 47907)
Joseph A. Wipf
ES-20800-83
Foreign Language Teacher Institutes

To support each summer for two years a four-week institute for sixty teachers of upper-level secondary school language courses and to provide follow-up activities during the school year.

Project fields: Languages, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $325,829
Grant period: 1/1/1984 – 8/31/1986

Tufts University (Medford, MA 02155-5818)
Stephen S. Winter
ES-20566-82
Ideas and Realities: The Shaping of American Communities

To support participation by ten additional teachers in a previously funded summer institute on the American experience for forty New England secondary-school teachers: Ideas and Realities - The Shaping of American Communities.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $87,719
Grant period: 10/1/1982 – 5/31/1984

San Diego Unified School District (San Diego, CA 92103-2653)
Harold B. Wingard
ES-*1028-76
Intercultural Language School Humanities Project

No description available.

Project fields: Unknown
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $54,338
Grant period: 12/1/1976 – 6/30/1981

Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5200)
Benjamin C. Wilson
ES-*0552-79
Pictorial History of Blacks in Southwestern Michigan

To produce audio-visual kits from photographic records of 1840-1929 held by descendants of the early black pioneers in rural southwestern Michigan.

Project fields: African American Studies
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $54,568
Grant period: 4/1/1979 – 6/30/1980

Fairfax County Public Schools (Fairfax, VA 22030-4006)
Maria Wilmeth
ES-21552-88
Literature, Writing, and Language Institute for High School Teachers of French, German, Latin, and Spanish

To support a three-year series of four-week institutes for foreign language teachers.

Project fields: Languages, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $172,355
Grant period: 2/1/1988 – 3/31/1991

Oregon International Council (Salem, OR 97301-3714)
Robert T. Willner
ES-21295-86
Summer Institute in Asian Studies

To support a one-month institute and three follow-up conferences in Asian studies for 30 elementary and secondary school educators.

Project fields: Asian Studies
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $74,880
Grant period: 1/1/1986 – 6/30/1987

Oregon International Council (Salem, OR 97301-3714)
Robert T. Willner
ES-21510-88
Oregon Summer Institute in Asian Studies

To support a four-week institute with follow-up activities on Asian culture for30 elementary and secondary school teachers.

Project fields: Asian Studies
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $81,282
Grant period: 1/1/1988 – 6/30/1989

Oregon International Council (Salem, OR 97301-3714)
Robert T. Willner
ES-22597-94
Individual and Society in East Asia

To support a four-week summer institute on the relationship between the individual and society in three East Asian countries, for 30 elementary and secondary school humanities teachers.

Project fields: Asian Studies
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $183,000
Grant period: 1/1/1994 – 12/31/1996

Owens Valley Paiute-Shoshone Culture Center (Bishop, CA 93515-1281)
Gail Williams
ES-*1818-81
Paiute-Shoshone Cultural Curriculum Development Project

To support an ethnography and genealogy about the Paiute-Shoshone Indian people for a school curriculum.

Project fields: Native American Studies
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $1,049
Grant period: 8/1/1981 – 8/31/1983

Miami University, Oxford (Oxford, OH 45056-1602)
Robert M. Wilhelm
ES-21185-85
Verqil's Aeneid

No description available.

Project fields: Classical Languages
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $164,901
Grant period: 9/1/1985 – 8/31/1987

Miami University, Oxford (Oxford, OH 45056-1602)
Robert M. Wilhelm
ES-21610-88
Myth and its Transformations: Ovid's METAMORPHOSES

To support a four-week national institute on classical mythology for 40 elementary and secondary school teachers.

Project fields: Classical Languages
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $191,359
Grant period: 7/1/1988 – 6/30/1991

Funding details
Original grant (1988) $189,080
Supplement (1990) $2,279

University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA 15260-6133)
Mariana Whitmer
ES-50036-03
Voices Across Time: American History Through Song

A five-week institute for 25 school teacher to use popular songs as primary source documents for the study of selected themes in American history.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $146,705
Grant period: 10/1/2003 – 12/31/2004

University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA 15260-6133)
Mariana Whitmer
ES-50133-05
Voices Across Time: Teaching American History Through Song

A five-week institute for twenty-five school teachers that would explore topics in American history, including American values and attitudes, through the lens of music.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $165,581
Grant period: 10/1/2005 – 12/31/2006

Ypsilanti Public Schools (Ypsilanti, MI 48197-1846)
Judith G. White
ES-*2034-80
A Model for A Community Centered Study of History

To support training for students and teachers in Ypsilanti, MI public schools on community centered study of history. Several community organizations will be involved in the local history training.

Project fields: History, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $89,000
Grant period: 10/1/1980 – 6/30/1982

Motlow State Community College (Tullahoma, TN 37388-7972)
Helen White
ES-20940-84
From Between the Wars to the Nuclear Age: People and Culture in Transition

To support a four-week institute for 50 teachers of junior and senior high school English and social studies on 20th-century history and literature from 1920 to the present.

Project fields: British Literature
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $100,912
Grant period: 1/1/1984 – 6/30/1985

University of Central Florida, Orlando (Orlando, FL 32816-8005)
Bruce A. Whisler
ES-*0386-79
Shakespeare In His Age: An Interdisciplinary Summer Institute

An interdisciplinary summer institute Shakespeare In His Age, to upgrade the skills of central Florida high school teachers of English, speech-drama, and humanities.

Project fields: British Literature
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $77,189
Grant period: 4/1/1979 – 5/30/1980

Society for Industrial Archeology (Washington, DC 20560-0001)
Nicholas K. Westbrook
ES-20435-82
History of Work in America: A Curriculum Project

To support development of a curriculum on the history of manual labor in America growing out of a series of workshops for teachers and students.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $136,709
Grant period: 4/1/1982 – 1/31/1985

Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD 21218)
Barry Weller
ES-*0895-78
Johns Hopkins University Evening College Extended Prog. in Hums. for Educators

No description available.

Project fields: Unknown
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $97,941
Grant period: 5/15/1978 – 5/30/1981

Old Dominion University (Norfolk, VA 23529-0001)
Jerome B. Weiner
ES-*0651-80
Extended Teacher Institute in Midddle East Studies

To support extended teacher institutes designed to strengthen Middle East studies in secondary school curricula in eight southeastern states through a process of teacher education and curriculum development.

Project fields: Near and Middle Eastern History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $279,015
Grant period: 8/1/1980 – 12/31/1983

Evanston Township High School (Evanston, IL 60204)
Jonathan S. Weil
ES-22131-91
Modern Literary Classics from Africa and the West Indies

To support a masterwork study project for 15 high school teachers on post- colonial literature from Africa and the West Indies.

Project fields: Area Studies
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $34,997
Grant period: 7/1/1991 – 11/30/1992

SUNY Research Foundation, College at Purchase (Purchase, NY 10577-1402)
Philippa Wehle
ES-22654-94
Writers as Witnesses of Their Time

To support a 30-month collaborative project consisting of two series of ten weekend seminars with follow-up activities, for 30 high school teachers of French and 30 teachers of Spanish from Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York.

Project fields: Literature, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $182,301
Grant period: 6/1/1994 – 8/31/1997

Rutgers University, New Brunswick (New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8559)
Ann C. Watts
ES-*1935-81
The City in Literature: Core Curriculum for Implementation in Public High Schools

To support teacher training along with development, implementation and evaluation of a core curriculum in the literature of the city for junior and senior level high school English courses.

Project fields: Literature, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $115,002
Grant period: 10/1/1981 – 3/31/1984

American Federation of Teachers (Washington, DC 20036-1207)
Ruth Wattenberg
ES-21573-88
Education for Democracy

No description available.

Project fields: History, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $28,800
Grant period: 12/1/1987 – 11/30/1988

Cambridge Public Schools (Cambridge, MA 02141)
John R. Watt
ES-22701-95
The Chinese State and Family at the End of the 20th Century

To support a 16-month local project on the history of modern China for 30 middle and high school teachers from the Northeast region.

Project fields: East Asian History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $115,790
Grant period: 1/1/1995 – 6/30/1996

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC 27599-0001)
Harry L. Watson
ES-22595-94
UNC-CH Summer Institute in the Humanities

To support a four-week summer institute on historical memory in southern culture for 30 elementary, middle, and high school humanities teachers from North Carolina.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $167,665
Grant period: 12/1/1993 – 5/31/1995

CUNY Research Foundation, Queens College (Flushing, NY 11367-1597)
Ronald Waterbury
ES-21386-87
Institute on the History, Literature, and Culture of Latin America

To support a four-week summer institute and follow-up activities on Latin American history and culture for 35 high school teachers of history and literature.

Project fields: Latin American History
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $215,753
Grant period: 1/1/1987 – 12/31/1989

University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY 82071)
Tilly Warnock
ES-20778-83
Statewide Humanities Leadership Project

To support a two-year project and institute that will bring together school leaders, master teachers, and university scholars to develop improved leadership of humanities programs in the schools.

Project fields: Literature, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $60,346
Grant period: 5/1/1983 – 12/31/1984

Stanford University (Stanford, CA 94305)
Robert E. Ward
ES-*0722-81
Training Institute in Cross-Cultural and Global Education

To support a project to teach teachers in San Francisco Bay area schools about cross-cultural and global education, so that they can incorporate new know- ledge of the humanities into their curricula.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $58,606
Grant period: 5/1/1981 – 6/30/1982

Osnaburg Local Schools (East Canton, OH 44730)
Ralph A. Waltman
ES-21708-89
Classic Power Struggles in Selected 20th Century Works

To support a one-year masterwork study project on family power struggles in literary works for 12 junior high school and high school teachers of English, reading, and social studies.

Project fields: Literature, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $19,452
Grant period: 1/1/1989 – 6/30/1990

CUNY Research Foundation, Graduate School and University Center (New York, NY 10016-4309)
Renee Waldinger
ES-20396-82
French Contemporary Culture: Institute for Secondary ForeignLanguage Teachers

To support a four-week institute in French contemporary culture for 40 New YorkCity secondary foreign language teachers to be followed by a year of in-servicetraining.

Project fields: French Language
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $103,103
Grant period: 3/1/1982 – 9/30/1983

CUNY Research Foundation, Graduate School and University Center (New York, NY 10016-4309)
Renee Waldinger
ES-20864-83
Institute on Francophone Culture

To support a summer institute for area high school French teachers in the French language and the cultures of Canada, Haiti, and Senegal.

Project fields: French Language
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $90,000
Grant period: 1/1/1984 – 6/30/1985

CUNY Research Foundation, Graduate School and University Center (New York, NY 10016-4309)
Renee Waldinger
ES-21013-84
Center for Secondary Schools

To support a series of institutes in English, history, and foreign languages for New York City secondary teachers.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $193,372
Grant period: 9/1/1984 – 10/31/1986

CUNY Research Foundation, Graduate School and University Center (New York, NY 10016-4309)
Renee Waldinger
ES-21337-86
School-University Partnership in the Humanities

To support a collaborative project on various topics in the humanities, each tobe taught by members of the graduate faculty to 80 secondary teachers in three-week summer institutes. Follow-up conferences and curriculum development activities will take place in the ensuing academic year.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $268,983
Grant period: 1/1/1987 – 12/31/1989

Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY 13244-0001)
Susan S. Wadley
ES-22836-95
Issues in Language and Identity

To support a humanities focus project that will investigate the charac- teristics of speech in the literary works of multicultural authors for 15 New York high school teachers of the humanities.

Project fields: Linguistics
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $25,672
Grant period: 7/1/1995 – 6/30/1996

Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, KY 42101-5730)
Arvin G. Vos
ES-21621-88
The Medieval World and the Divine Comedy

To support a four-week regional institute for 42 secondary school teachers on the medieval world and THE DIVINE COMEDY.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $103,845
Grant period: 10/1/1988 – 6/30/1990

Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, KY 42101-5730)
Arvin G. Vos
ES-22207-91
The Medieval World and THE DIVINE COMEDY

To support a four-week summer institute on Dante's DIVINE COMEDY for 42 middle and secondary school humanities teachers from Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $166,531
Grant period: 12/1/1991 – 7/31/1993

Key Elementary School (Arlington, VA 22201)
Marcela F. Von Vacano
ES-22487-93
Living in a Multiple World: Mario Vargas Llosa and Eudora Welty

To support a masterwork study project on the works of Mario Vargas Llosa and Eudora Welty for 22 humanities teachers and administrators of Key Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia.

Project fields: Comparative Literature
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $20,554
Grant period: 8/1/1993 – 7/31/1994

Yale University (New Haven, CT 06510)
James R. Vivian
ES-20616-82
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute

To support the continuation of the Yale-New Haven summer institute for high school teachers to the point where it will become a permanent institution funded by University endowment and local support.

Project fields: History, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $368,516
Grant period: 4/1/1983 – 12/31/1986

Yale University (New Haven, CT 06510)
James R. Vivian
ES-21341-86
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute

To support a three-year renewal of Yale's nationally recognized partnership with the New Haven Public Schools to offer teachers an opportunity for rigorous academic study of topics and texts in the humanities.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $345,000
Grant period: 1/1/1987 – 12/31/1990

Yale University (New Haven, CT 06510)
James R. Vivian
ES-22032-91
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute Humanities Program

To support a three-year collaborative project that will conduct five seminars each year for 50 New Haven elementary and secondary school humanities teachers.

Project fields: Interdisciplinary Studies, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $483,582
Grant period: 12/1/1990 – 12/31/1994

Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12571)
Teresa Vilardi
ES-22792-95
Argued From the Outside: New Forms For New Ideas

To support a humanities focus project on new forms of argumentation in ten selected texts for 15 secondary school teachers from New York's Dutchess County.

Project fields: Literature, General
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $22,850
Grant period: 8/1/1995 – 8/31/1996

Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX 76129-0001)
William H. Vanderhoof
ES-21119-85
Improving the Ability of Teachers to Integrate the Humanities into the Curriculum of the Elementary School.

To support a four-week institute and follow-up activities for 50 elementary school teachers, aimed at developing a deeper understanding of selected works and figures in the humanities--principally Plato and Aristotle.

Project fields: History of Philosophy
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $126,670
Grant period: 1/1/1985 – 5/31/1986

Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX 76129-0001)
William H. Vanderhoof
ES-21404-87
Improving the Teaching of the Humanities in the Schools: An Institute for Administrators

To support a three-week summer institute for 25 principals and other admini- strators on Plato, Aristotle, and Machiavelli. Participants will focus on "theeducated person" and plan how to improve their schools' humanities programs.

Project fields: Education
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $97,618
Grant period: 12/1/1986 – 6/30/1988

St. John's College, Santa Fe (Santa Fe, NM 87505-4584)
Stephen R. Van Luchene
ES-20769-83
Classics Teacher Institutes at St. John's College

To support two eight-week summer institutes of English--one for secondary-school teachers, one for social studies teachers--in which selected major texts of the western tradition in literature and political theory would be intensively read and discussed.

Project fields: History of Philosophy
Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Division: Education Programs
Total amount awarded: $185,631
Grant period: 3/1/1983 – 4/30/1985

Western Heritage Center (Billings, MT 59101-2305)
Linda Van Heuvelen
ES-*1246-78