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DR-284952-22

University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288)
Mark Simpson-Vos (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Race Characters: Ethnic Literature and the Figure of the American Dream by Swati Rana

This project will publish the book Race Characters: Ethnic Literature and the Figure of the American Dream, written by NEH Fellow Swati Rana (NEH grant number FEL-XXXX), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
African American History; American Literature

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2023


DR-285044-22

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Jane Frances Bunker (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of The World Refugees Made: Decolonization and the Foundation of Postwar Italy by Pamela Ballinger

This project will publish the book The World Refugees Made, written by NEH Fellow Pamela Ballinger (NEH grant number FB-54933-10), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
European History; Immigration History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2023


DR-285045-22

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Jane Frances Bunker (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of The Medieval Economy of Salvation: Charity, Commerce, and the Rise of the Hospital by Adam J. Davis

This project will publish the book The Medieval Economy of Salvation, written by NEH Fellow Adam J. Davis (NEH grant number FB-56852-13), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
History of Religion; Military History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2023


DR-285046-22

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Jane Frances Bunker (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Life is Elsewhere: Symbolic Geography in the Russian Provinces, 1800–1917 by Anne Lounsbery

This project will publish the book Life is Elsewhere, written by NEH Fellow Anne Lounsbery (NEH grant number FA-55428-10), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
Russian Literature

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2023


DR-285047-22

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Jane Frances Bunker (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Unfelt: The Language of Affect in the British Enlightenment by James Noggle

This project will publish the book Unfelt, written by NEH Fellow James Noggle (NEH grant number FB-57539-14), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
British Literature; Psychology

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2023


DR-285048-22

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Jane Frances Bunker (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Gateway Imperialism: Colonial Taiwan and Japanese Expansion in South China and Southeast Asia, 1895-1945 by Seiji Shirane

This project will publish the book Gateway Imperialism, written by NEH Fellow Seiji Shirane (NEH grant number FO-268646-20), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
East Asian History; Military History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2023


DR-285049-22

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Jane Frances Bunker (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Haunted Empire: Gothic and the Russian Imperial Uncanny by Valeria Sobol

This project will publish the book Haunted Empire, written by NEH Fellow Valeria Sobol (NEH grant number FA-58372-15), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
Russian History; Russian Literature

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2023


DR-285176-22

University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA 22903-4833)
Eric Brandt (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access edition of The Quebec Connection by Julie-Francoise Tolliver

This project will publish the book The Quebec Connection: A Poetics of Solidarity in Global Francophone Literatures, written by NEH Fellow Julie-Françoise Tolliver (NEH grant number FA-252195-17), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
History, General; Literary Criticism

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2022


DR-285177-22

University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA 22903-4833)
Eric Brandt (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access edition of American Abolitionism: Its Direct Political Impact from Colonial Times into Reconstruction by Stanley Harrold

This project will publish the book, American Abolitionism: Its Direct Political Impact from Colonial Times into Reconstruction, written by NEH Fellow Stanley Harrold (NEH grant number HB-50274-13), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
African American History; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 5/31/2023


DR-285227-22

University of California Press Foundation (Oakland, CA 94612-3764)
Eric Schmidt (Project Director: July 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Creating the Qur’an: A Historical-Critical Study with Insights from Biblical Studies, Linguistics, Memory Science, Anthropology, and Radiochemistry by Stephen Shoemaker

University of California Press will publish the book Creating the Qur’an: A Historical-Critical Study with Insights from Biblical Studies, Linguistics, Memory Science, Anthropology, and Radiochemistry, written by NEH Fellow Stephen Shoemaker (NEH grant number FEL-267830-20), in an electronic open access format under a Create Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
Classical History; Classical Languages; Nonwestern Religion

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/2021 – 8/31/2022


DR-286797-22

Stanford University (Stanford, CA 94305-2004)
Michael A. Keller (Project Director: November 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Archaeology of Babel: The Colonial Foundation of the Humanities, by Siraj Ahmed

This project will publish the book Archaeology of Babel: The Colonial Foundation of the Humanities, by Siraj Ahmed, written by Fellow Siraj Ahmed (NEH grant number HB-50617), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
History, General; Interdisciplinary Studies, General; Literature, General

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2022 – 9/30/2023


DR-286798-22

Stanford University (Stanford, CA 94305-2004)
Michael A. Keller (Project Director: November 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Divining Nature: Aesthetics of Enchantment in Enlightenment France, by Tili Boon Cuille

This project will publish the book Divining Nature: Aesthetics of Enchantment in Enlightenment France, written by Fellow Tili Boon Cuille (NEH fellowship award number FEL-257164-18) in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
History, General; Interdisciplinary Studies, General; Literature, General

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2022 – 9/30/2023


DR-286799-22

University of California Press Foundation (Oakland, CA 94612-3764)
Kim Robinson (Project Director: November 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Provincializing Empire: Omi Merchants in the Japanese Transpacific Diaspora

This project will publish the book Provincializing Empire: Omi Merchants in the Japanese Transpacific Diaspora, written by NEH Fellow Jun Uchida (NEH grant number FO-262028-19), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
East Asian History; East Asian Studies; Labor History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2022 – 1/31/2023


DR-286802-22

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc. (Philadelphia, PA 19104-4112)
Robert Lockhart (Project Director: November 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Prairie Imperialists: The Indian Country Origins of American Empire by Katharine Bjork.

This project will publish the book Prairie Imperialists: The Indian Country Origins of American Empire, written by NEH Fellow Katharine Bjork (NEH grant number ___________), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
Diplomatic History; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2022 – 9/30/2023


DR-286803-22

University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN 55455-2009)
Douglas M. Armato (Project Director: November 2021 to present)
Open access edition of "The Silence of the Miskito Prince: Imagining across Cultures in Early America" by Matt Cohen

This project will publish the book "The Silence of the Miskito Prince: Imagining across Cultures in Early America", written by NEH Fellow Matt Cohen (NEH grant number FA-251900-17), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
American Literature; American Studies; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2022 – 3/31/2023


DR-286807-22

University of Chicago (Chicago, IL 60637-5418)
Alan Thomas (Project Director: November 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Evolutionary Theorizing Constructing Democracy and Social Ethics by Marilyn Fischer

This project will publish the book Jane Addams Evolutionary Theorizing: Constructing Democracy and Social Ethics by Marilyn Fischer NEH grant number FB-56886-13 in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
American Literature

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2022 – 9/30/2023


DR-287980-22

University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288)
Mark Simpson-Vos (Project Director: February 2022 to present)
Open Access Edition of Atlantic Bonds: A Nineteenth-Century Odyssey from America to Africa by Lisa Lindsay

This project will publish the book Atlantic Bonds: A Nineteenth-Century Odyssey from America to Africa, written by NEH Fellow Lisa Lindsay (Federal Award Identification Number FA-56633-12), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
African American History; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 1/31/2024


DR-287981-22

University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288)
Mark Simpson-Vos (Project Director: February 2022 to present)
Open Access edition of The Lumbee Indians: An American Struggle by Malinda Maynor Lowery

This project will publish the book The Lumbee Indians: An American Struggle, written by NEH Fellow Malinda Maynor Lowery (Federal Award Identification Number FZ-231501-15), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 1/31/2024


DR-287982-22

University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288)
Mark Simpson-Vos (Project Director: February 2022 to present)
Open Access edition of Discovering the South: One Man's Travels through a Changing America in the 1930s by Jennifer Ritterhouse

This project will publish the book Discovering the South: One Man's Travels through a Changing America in the 1930s, written by NEH Fellow Jennifer Ritterhouse (Federal Award Identification Number FA-55771-11), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 1/31/2024


DR-287983-22

University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288)
Mark Simpson-Vos (Project Director: February 2022 to present)
Open Access edition of Corazón de Dixie: Mexicanos in the U.S. South since 1910 by Julie M. Weise

This project will publish the book Corazón de Dixie: Mexicanos in the U.S. South since 1910, written by NEH Fellow Julie M. Weise (Federal Award Identification Numbers HB-50136-11 and FT-58102-10), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
Latino History; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 1/31/2024


DR-288219-22

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Mahinder Singh Kingra (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
Open-access edition of The Wolf King: Ibn Mardanish and the Construction of Power in al-Andalus by Abigail Krasner Balbale

The Wolf King explores how political power was conceptualized, constructed, and wielded in twelfth-century al-Andalus, focusing on the eventful reign of Muhammad ibn Sad ibn Mardanish (r. 1147–1172). Celebrated in Castilian and Latin sources as Rey Lobo/Rex Lupus and denigrated in Arabic sources as irreligious and disloyal to fellow Muslims, Ibn Mardanish's kingdom at its peak constituted nearly half of al-Andalus and served as an important buffer between the Almohads and the Christian kingdoms of Castile and Aragon. Through a close examination of contemporary sources (chronicles, chancery documents, poetry, architecture, coinage, and artifacts) Abigail Krasner Balbale shows that Ibn Mardanish's dynasty was actually an attempt to integrate al-Andalus more closely with the Islamic East, particularly the Abbasid caliphate. At stake in his battles against the Almohads was the very idea of the caliphate in this period, as well as who could define righteous religious authority.

Project fields:
Medieval History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 1/31/2024


DR-288237-22

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Dean J. Smith (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
Earth Beings: Ecologies of Practice Across Andean Worlds

Earth Beings is the fruit of Marisol de la Cadena's decade-long conversations with Mariano and Nazario Turpo, father and son, runakuna or Quechua people. Concerned with the mutual entanglements of indigenous and nonindigenous worlds, and the partial connections between them, de la Cadena presents how the Turpos' indigenous ways of knowing and being include and exceed modern and nonmodern practices. Her discussion of indigenous political strategies—a realm that need not abide by binary logics—reconfigures how to think about and question modern politics, while pushing her readers to think beyond "hybridity" and toward translation, communication that accepts incommensurability, and mutual difference as conditions for ethnography to work.

Project fields:
Anthropology

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 7/31/2023


DR-288238-22

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Dean J. Smith (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
A Sentimental Education for the Working Man: The Mexico City Penny Press, 1900-1910

In A Sentimental Education for the Working Man, Buffington reconstructs the complex and contradictory ideas about working-class masculinity in early twentieth-century Mexico City. He argues that from 1900 to 1910, the capital’s satirical penny press provided working-class readers with alternative masculine scripts that were more realistic about their lives, more responsive to their concerns, and more representative of their culture than anything proposed by elite social reformers and Porfirian officials. The penny press shared elite concerns about the destructive vices of working-class men, and urged them to be devoted husbands, responsible citizens, and diligent workers; but it also used biting satire to recast negative portrayals of working-class masculinity and to overturn established social hierarchies. In this challenge to the "macho" stereotype of working-class Mexican men, Buffington shows how the penny press contributed to the formation of working-class consciousness.

Project fields:
Gender Studies; Latin American Studies

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 7/31/2023


DR-288240-22

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Dean J. Smith (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
It's Been Beautiful: Soul! And Black Power Television

Soul! was where Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind & Fire got funky, where Toni Morrison read from her debut novel, where James Baldwin and Nikki Giovanni discussed gender and power, and where Amiri Baraka and Stokely Carmichael enjoyed a sympathetic forum for their radical politics. Broadcast on public television between 1968 and 1973, Soul!, helmed by pioneering producer and frequent host Ellis Haizlip, connected an array of black performers and public figures with a black viewing audience. In It's Been Beautiful, Gayle Wald tells the story of Soul!, casting this influential but overlooked program as a bold and innovative use of television to represent and critically explore black identity, culture, and feeling during a transitional period in the black freedom struggle.

Project fields:
African American History; African American Studies; Music History and Criticism

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 7/31/2023


DR-288241-22

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Dean J. Smith (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
Queer African Cinemas

Green-Simms examines films produced by and about queer Africans in the first two decades of the twenty-first century in an environment of increasing antiqueer violence, efforts to criminalize homosexuality, and other state-sanctioned homophobia. Green-Simms argues that these films not only record the fear, anxiety, and vulnerability many queer Africans experience; they highlight how queer African cinematic practices contribute to imagining new hopes and possibilities. Examining globally circulating international art films as well as popular melodramas made for local audiences, Green-Simms emphasizes that in these films queer resistance—contrary to traditional narratives about resistance that center overt and heroic struggle—is often practiced from a position of vulnerability.

Project fields:
African Studies; Gender Studies; Media Studies

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 7/31/2023


DR-288243-22

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Dean J. Smith (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
Bright Signals: A History of Color Television

First demonstrated in 1928, color television remained little more than a novelty for decades as the industry struggled with the considerable technical, regulatory, commercial, and cultural complications posed by the medium. Only fully adopted by all three networks in the 1960s, color television was imagined as a new way of seeing that was distinct from both monochrome television and other forms of color media. It also inspired compelling popular, scientific, and industry conversations about the use and meaning of color and its effects on emotions, vision, and desire. In Bright Signals Susan Murray traces these wide-ranging debates within and beyond the television industry, positioning the story of color television, which was replete with false starts, failure, and ingenuity, as central to the broader history of twentieth-century visual culture.

Project fields:
American Studies; Media Studies

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 7/31/2023


DR-288244-22

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Dean J. Smith (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
Political Landscapes: Forests, Conservation, and Community in Mexico

Following the 1917 Mexican Revolution inhabitants of the states of Chihuahua and Michoacán received vast tracts of prime timberland as part of Mexico's land redistribution program. Although locals gained possession of the forests, the federal government retained management rights, which created conflict over subsequent decades among rural, often indigenous villages; government; and private timber companies about how best to manage the forests. Christopher R. Boyer examines this history in Political Landscapes, where he argues that the forests in Chihuahua and Michoacán became what he calls "political landscapes"—that is, geographies that become politicized by the interactions between opposing actors—through the effects of backroom deals, nepotism, and political negotiations. Understanding the historical dynamic of community forestry in Mexico is particularly critical for those interested in promoting community involvement in the use and conservation of forestlands around the world.

Project fields:
Latin American History; Latin American Studies

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2022 – 7/31/2023


DR-278009-21

University of Washington (Seattle, WA 98105-6613)
Nicole F. Mitchell (Project Director: August 2020 to present)
Open-access edition of Footprints of War: Militarized Landscapes in Vietnam, by David Biggs

Footprints of War by David Biggs (FA-57319-13) traces the long history of conflict-produced spaces in Vietnam, from the French colonial invasion in 1885 through the collapse of the Saigon government in 1975. The result is a richly textured history of militarized landscapes that reveals the spatial logic and social impact of key battles. It also explores how the militarized landscapes here, as in many historic conflict zones, continue to shape post-war land-use politics. We published a hardcover edition in 2018 and propose to publish an open-access edition with a Creative Commons license. We will post it on leading OA repositories including JSTOR, MUSE Open, OAPEN, Internet Archive, and HathiTrust. We are also piloting the Manifold platform, which will enable the author to link additional resources to the book for further research and teaching purposes. We will promote the OA edition at professional conferences and via direct mail and social media. We will pay the author a $500 royalty.

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Project fields:
East Asian History; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2021 – 12/31/2021


DR-278065-21

Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois (Champaign, IL 61801-3620)
Laurie Matheson (Project Director: August 2020 to present)
Photographic Presidents: Taking History from Daguerreotype to Digital by Cara A. Finnegan

Photographic Presidents tells a history of photography through stories of how presidents shaped and participated in transformative moments in the history of the medium. Cara A. Finnegan analyzes a wealth of newspaper and magazine articles, letters to the editor, trial testimony, books, and speeches produced by viewers in response to specific photos they encountered in public. Finnegan treats the photograph as a locus for viewer engagement and constructs a history of photography's viewers that shows how Americans used words about images to participate in the politics of their day. As she shows, encounters with photography helped viewers negotiate the emergent anxieties and crises of U.S. public life through not only persuasion but action as well. Telling a new story about a medium and an institution that have largely grown up together, this book offers readers an accessible, visually engaging story about photography, the presidency, and public life.

Project fields:
Art History and Criticism; Communications; Communications; Political History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2021 – 6/30/2022


DR-278085-21

University of Wisconsin System (Madison, WI 53715-1218)
Dennis Lloyd (Project Director: August 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of "Citizen Countess: Sofia Panina and the Fate of Revolutionary Russia" by Adele Lindenmeyr

This project will publish the book "Citizen Countess," written by NEH Fellow Adele Lindenmeyr (NEH grant number FB-3760-08), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
Russian History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2021 – 6/30/2022


DR-278091-21

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Mahinder Singh Kingra (Project Director: August 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Xuanhe Catalogue of Paintings by Amy McNair

This project will publish the book Xuanhe Catalogue of Painting, written by NEH Fellow Amy McNair (NEH grant number FA-52418-06), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
Art History and Criticism

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2021 – 6/30/2022


DR-278092-21

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Mahinder Singh Kingra (Project Director: August 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of More than Medals: A History of the Paralympics and Disability Sports in Postwar Japan by Dennis J. Frost

This project will publish the book More than Medals, written by NEH Fellow Dennis J. Frost (NEH grant number FO-232442-16), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
East Asian History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2021 – 6/30/2022


DR-278093-21

Cornell University (Ithaca, NY 14853-2801)
Mahinder Singh Kingra (Project Director: August 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Thomas Mann’s War: Literature, Politics, and the World Republic of Letters by Tobias Boes

This project will publish the book Thomas Mann’s War, written by NEH Fellow Tobias Boes (NEH grant number FA-57586-14), in an electronic open access format under the Creative Commons license CC BY-ND 4.0, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
German Literature

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2021 – 6/30/2022


DR-278094-21

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA 02139-4307)
Beth Clevenger (Project Director: August 2020 to present)
Haddad/Effective Advocacy 13475: Open Access edition

This project will publish the book Effective Advocacy: Lessons from East Asia’s Environmentalists (ISBN 978-0-262-54235-7) by Mary Alice Haddad (NEH fellowship FO-50251-15), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

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Project fields:
Comparative Politics; International Relations

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2021 – 6/30/2022


DR-279980-21

University of Florida (Gainesville, FL 32611-0001)
Romina Gutierrez (Project Director: December 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Pauulu's Diaspora: Black Internationalism and Environmental Justice by Quito J. Swan

This project will publish the book Pauulu’s Diaspora: Black Internationalism and Environmental Justice, written by NEH Fellow Quito J. Swan (NEH grant number FA-57763-14), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, specifically CC BY-NC-ND, making it available for free download and distribution. The hardback and epdf version of this book was published in April 2020 by the University Press of Florida. Dr. Quito Swan will be paid a royalty of $600 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
African American History; African American Studies; African History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 4/30/2022


DR-279990-21

Regents of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382)
LeAnn Fields (Project Director: December 2020 to present)
Funding for an Open Access edition of A Player and a Gentleman: The Diary of Harry Watkins, Nineteenth - Century U.S. American Actor Written by Amy Hughes and Naomi Stubbs

This project will publish the book A Player and a Gentleman: The Diary of Harry Watkins, Nineteenth-Century US American Actor edited by Amy E. Hughes and Naomi J. Stubbs an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. This book offers selections from the diary of actor, playwright, and stage manager Harry Watkins (1825–94) providing a rare glimpse into American theater and society in the mid-nineteenth century. For fifteen years Watkins regularly recorded the plays he saw, the roles he performed, the books he read, and his impressions of current events. His travels included encounters with P. T. Barnum, Junius Brutus Booth, Edwin Forrest, Anna Cora Mowatt, and Lucy Stone, among other notable figures. His is the only known diary of substantial length and scope written by a U.S. actor before the Civil War—making Watkins, essentially, the antebellum equivalent of Samuel Pepys.

Project fields:
Theater History and Criticism

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 4/30/2022


DR-280005-21

University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288)
Mark Simpson-Vos (Project Director: December 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of A Saint of Our Own: How the Quest for a Holy Hero Helped Catholics Become American by Kathleen Cummings

This project will publish the book A Saint of Our Own: How the Quest for a Holy Hero Helped Catholics Become American, written by NEH Fellow Kathleen Cummings (NEH grant number FA-55091-10), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
History of Religion; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 10/31/2022


DR-280007-21

University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288)
Mark Simpson-Vos (Project Director: December 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Aberration of Mind: Suicide and Suffering in the Civil War–Era South by Diane Miller Sommerville

This project will publish the book Aberration of Mind: Suicide and Suffering in the Civil War–Era South, written by NEH Fellow Diane Miller Sommerville (NEH grant number FB-55859-11), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
Military History; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 10/31/2022


DR-280008-21

University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2288)
Mark Simpson-Vos (Project Director: December 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Poor Man's Fortune: White Working-Class Conservatism in American Metal Mining, 1850–1950 by Jarod Roll.

This project will publish the book Poor Man's Fortune: White Working-Class Conservatism in American Metal Mining, 1850–1950, written by NEH Fellow Jarod Roll (NEH grant number FA-251814-17), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

Project fields:
American Studies; Labor History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 10/31/2022


DR-280048-21

Research Foundation for the State University of New York (Albany, NY 12207-2826)
Tim Stookesberry (Project Director: December 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Death Rights: Romantic Suicide, Race, and Bounds of Liberalism written by Deanna P. Koretsky

This project will publish the book Death Rights: Romantic Suicide, Race, and the Bounds of Liberalism, written by NEH Fellow Deanna P. Koretsky (NEH grant number HB-262280), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

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Project fields:
African American Studies; Gender Studies; Literary Criticism

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 12/31/2021


DR-280049-21

Research Foundation for the State University of New York (Albany, NY 12207-2826)
Tim Stookesberry (Project Director: December 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of The Other/Agentina: Jews, Gender, and Sexuality in the Making of a Modern Nation written by Amy K. Kaminsky

This project will publish the book The Other/Argentina: Jews, Gender, and Sexuality in the Making of a Modern Nation, written by NEH Fellow Amy M. Kaminsky (NEH grant number FA-58217-15), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

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Project fields:
Gender Studies; Jewish Studies; Latin American Studies

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 12/31/2021


DR-280110-21

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8559)
Elisabeth Maselli (Project Director: December 2020 to March 2022)
Peter Mickulas (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
Open Access Edition of Children and Drug Safety: Balancing Risk and Protection in Twentieth-Century America by Cynthia Connolly

Rutgers University Press (RUP) is applying for $5,500.00 in NEH funding to publish a monograph entitled Children and Drug Safety: Balancing Risk and Protection in Twentieth-Century America, by Cynthia Connolly as an Open Access eBook. The book project would receive a grant payment of $5,500.00. The eBook will be made available for download throughout the world at no cost to end user, and will be protected under a CC-BY-NC-ND license. The $5,500 grant will allow RUP to set the eBook sales it budgets when initially projecting a book project's lifetime value to zero, and allows RUP to compensate its authors. The grant will be distributed according to the following split: $5,000 will replace sales income and be used to offset publishing costs to bring the investment to a net of zero. It will also replace the approximately $500.00 of projected lifetime eBook royalties with a direct payment of $500.00 made directly to the eBook author. The eBook will remain available indefinitely.

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Project fields:
History of Science; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 10/31/2022


DR-280113-21

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8559)
Elisabeth Maselli (Project Director: December 2020 to March 2022)
Peter Mickulas (Project Director: March 2022 to present)
Open Access Edition of Embracing Age How Catholic Nuns Became Models of Aging Well by Anna Insolio Corwin

Rutgers University Press (RUP) is applying for $5,500.00 in NEH funding to publish a monograph entitled Embracing Age How Catholic Nuns Became Models of Aging Well, by Anna Insolio Corwin, as an Open Access eBook. The book project would receive a grant payment of $5,500.00. The eBook will be made available for download throughout the world at no cost to end user, and will be protected under a CC-BY-NC-ND license. The $5,500 grant will allow RUP to set the eBook sales it budgets when initially projecting a book project's lifetime value to zero, and allows RUP to compensate its authors. The grant will be distributed according to the following split: $5,000 will replace sales income and be used to offset the cost of printing the book. It will also replace the approximately $500.00 of projected lifetime eBook royalties with a direct payment of $500.00 made directly to the eBook author. The eBook will remain available indefinitely.

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Project fields:
Social Sciences, General

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 10/31/2022


DR-280135-21

University of California Press Foundation (Oakland, CA 94612-3764)
Archna Patel (Project Director: December 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of The Practice of Texts: Education and Healing in South India by Anthony Cerulli

This project will publish the book The Practice of Texts: Education and Healing in South India, written by NEH Fellow Anthony Cerulli (NEH grant number Fb-56351-12) in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access book.

Project fields:
Intellectual History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2021 – 4/30/2022


DR-281329-21

University of Hawaii Systems (Honolulu, HI 96822-2247)
Joel Cosseboom (Project Director: March 2021 to present)
Open Access Edition of Islamizing Intimacies: Youth, Sexuality, and Gender in Contemporary Indonesia by Nancy J. Smith-Hefner

This project will publish 'Islamizing Intimacies: Youth, Sexuality, and Gender in Contemporary Indonesia,' written by NEH Fellow Nancy J. Smith-Hefner (NEH grant number FB-37676-02), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and redistribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

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Project fields:
Anthropology

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
8/1/2021 – 9/30/2021


DR-272401-20

Regents of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382)
Sara Cohen (Project Director: February 2020 to present)
Listening to the Lomax Archive: The Sonic Rhetorics of American Folksong in the 1930s

To make Jonathon W. Stones book, Listening to the Lomax Archive: The Sonic Rhetorics of Folksong in the 1930s, available Open Access on our digital publishing platform Fulcrum.

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Project fields:
Composition and Rhetoric

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272592-20

Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD 21218-2625)
Claire Tamberino (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Imagination and Science in Romanticism by Richard C. Sha

This project will publish the book Imagination and Science in Romanticism, written by NEH Fellow Richard C. Sha (NEH grant number FA-56408-12), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access edition.

Project fields:
Literary Criticism

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272593-20

Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD 21218-2625)
Claire Tamberino (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Imagined Homeland: British Poetry in the Colonies by Jason R. Rudy

This project will publish the book Imagined Homeland: British Poetry in the Colonies, written by NEH Fellow Jason R. Rudy (NEH grant number FA-54989-10), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access edition.

Project fields:
Literary Criticism

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272597-20

Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN 37240-0001)
Gianna Mosser (Project Director: March 2020 to January 2022)
Open Access Edition of The Rise of Euroskepticism: Europe & Its Critics in Spanish Culture

This project will result in the publishing of the electronic open-access version of the book The Rise of Euroskepticism: Europe & Its Critics in Spanish Culture, authored by NEH Fellow Luis Martin-Estudillo (NEH grant number FA-58154-15). The open-access format will be published under a Creative Commons license, rendering it free for download and distribution. With the release of the eBook, Luis Martin-Estudillo will receive at least $500 in royalty payment.

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Project fields:
European History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 3/31/2021


DR-272609-20

Trustees of Indiana University (Bloomington, IN 47405-7000)
Allison Blair Chaplin (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Main Street Movies: The History of Local Film in the United States

This project will publish the book Main Street Movies: The History of Local Film in the United States, written by NEH Fellow Martin L. Johnson (NEH grant number FA-58514-15) in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook. The period of performance start date is September 1, 2020. We request an end date on February 28, 2022.

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Project fields:
Film History and Criticism; U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272610-20

University of Chicago (Chicago, IL 60637-5418)
Alan Thomas (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of "American Girls in Red Russia: Chasing the Soviet Dream" by Julia L. Mickenberg

This project will publish the book "American Girls in Red Russia: Chasing the Soviet Dream," written by Julia L. Mickenberg (NEH grant number FA5576111), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

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Project fields:
U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272611-20

University of Chicago (Chicago, IL 60637-5418)
Alan Thomas (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of "Matatu: A History of Popular Transportation in Nairobi" by Kenda Mutongi

This project will publish the book "Matatu: A History of Popular Transportation in Nairobi," written by Kenda Mutongi (NEH grant number FB-56100-12), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

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Project fields:
African Studies; Cultural Anthropology

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272612-20

University of Chicago (Chicago, IL 60637-5418)
Alan Thomas (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of "Make It Rain: State Control of the Atmosphere in Twentieth-Century America" by Kristine C. Harper

This project will publish the book "Make It Rain: State Control of the Atmosphere in Twentieth-Century America," written by Kristine C. Harper (NEH grant number FB-53252-07), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of at least $500 upon release of the open access ebook.

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Project fields:
U.S. History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272615-20

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Dean J. Smith (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access edition of Thought Crime: Ideology and State Power

In Thought Crime Max M. Ward explores the Japanese state's efforts to suppress political radicalism in the 1920s and 1930s. Ward traces the evolution of an antiradical law called the Peace Preservation Law, from its initial application to suppress communism and anticolonial nationalism—what authorities deemed thought crime—to its expansion into an elaborate system to reform and ideologically convert thousands of thought criminals throughout the Japanese Empire.

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Project fields:
East Asian History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272616-20

University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN 55455-2009)
Douglas M. Armato (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Cut/Copy/Paste Open Book Fellowship

The purpose of this project is to seek support for open-access digital publication of Whitney Trettien's book "Cut/Copy/Paste: Echoes of Little Gidding" on the Manifold Scholarship digital publishing platform.

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Project fields:
British Literature; Cultural History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272617-20

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Dean J. Smith (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Listening for Africa: Freedom, Modernity, and the Logic of Black Music's African Origins.

In Listening for Africa David F. Garcia explores how a diverse group of musicians, dancers, academics, and activists engaged with the idea of black music and dance’s African origins between the 1930s and 1950s. Garcia examines the work of figures ranging from Melville J. Herskovits, Katherine Dunham, and Asadata Dafora to Duke Ellington, Dámaso Pérez Prado, and others who believed that linking black music and dance with Africa and nature would help realize modernity’s promises of freedom in the face of fascism and racism in Europe and the Americas, colonialism in Africa, and the nuclear threat at the start of the Cold War. In analyzing their work, Garcia traces how such attempts to link black music and dance to Africa unintentionally reinforced the binary relationships between the West and Africa, white and black, the modern and the primitive, science and magic, and rural and urban.

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Project fields:
African History; Music History and Criticism

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022


DR-272623-20

Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois (Champaign, IL 61801-3620)
Laurie Matheson (Project Director: March 2020 to present)
Open Access Edition of Transforming Women’s Education: Liberal Arts and Music in Female Seminaries Written by Jewel A. Smith.

This project will publish the book Transforming Women’s Education: Liberal Arts and Music in Female Seminaries, written by NEH Fellow Jewel A. Smith (NEH grant number FA-53416-07), in an electronic open access format under a Creative Commons license, making it available for free download and distribution. The author will be paid a royalty of $500 upon release of the open access book.

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Project fields:
Music History and Criticism; Women's History

Program:
Fellowships Open Book Program

Division:
Digital Humanities

Totals:
$5,500 (approved)
$5,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2020 – 2/28/2022