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Tono, ritmo, interpretación... y hasta poesía
Grant details: PA-50028-03
Author(s): Sherna Berger Gluck
Publication: Historia, antropología y fuentes orales
Date: 12/30/2005
Abstract: No. 34, pgs. 143-148

Cheshire including Chester. Records of Early English Drama
Grant details: RQ-50237-06
Author(s): Claire Sponsler
Publication: Arthuriana
Date: 12/1/2007
Abstract: Review of Cheshire,commenting especially on the additional material located since the publication of Chester in 1979.

Cheshire including Chester (review)
Grant details: RQ-50237-06
Author(s): Peter Happe
Publication: Comparative Drama
Date: 9/18/2011
Abstract: This, the latest contribution to the growing and impressive Records of Early English Drama collection, offers high standards of textual presentation and provides a rich insight into many aspects of dramatic activity in the city of Chester and the county in which it is situated. In spite of the uniformity of outward appearance, however, the individual volumes in the REED collection give very different insights into the individual counties and cities upon which they are focused, and it seems important to draw attention here to the strengths and particular emphases of this new volume.
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/login?uri=/journals/comparative_drama/v042/42.2.happe.html

Reengaging with the “Active Audience”:
Grant details: FB-56353-12
Author(s): Dirk vom Lehn
Publication: Symbolic Interaction
Date: 1/1/2017
Abstract: n/a

No Title
Grant details: FA-37312-02
Author(s): A. T. Hale, University of Puget Sound
Publication: Choice Reviews Online
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: This timely book traces and attempts thereby to resuscitate the centrality of deliberative dynamics to American political and cultural life. Gustafson (English, Univ. of Notre Dame) establishes first that American republicanism relied on deliberation--as derived from classical and religious models--as antidote and complement to the compulsions of rhetorical suasion. Then, grounding her project in the republican oratory of Daniel Webster and his contemporaries, Gustafson assembles a "literary version of a deliberative poll" of antebellum authors, from Cooper and Child to Apess and Walker, on the possibilities and limits of deliberative processes; these figures "diagnose[d]" the antebellum deliberative crisis occasioned by slavery and sought to address the nation's travails through a variety of politicized aesthetics. The great strengths of this book are the comprehensiveness and nuance of Gustafson's analysis and the relevance of her project to a nation poised, then as now, on the brink

No Title
Grant details: FA-50250-04
Author(s): Kelly Enright
Publication: Markings: h-animal conference review
Date: 5/21/2007
Link: http://www.h-net.org/~animal/markings4_enright.html

Review
Grant details: FA-50250-04
Author(s): Allison Ksiazkiewicz
Publication: Markings: H-animal reviews
Date: 3/19/2007
Link: http://www.h-net.org/~animal/markings2_ksiazkiewicz.html

No Title
Grant details: FA-50250-04
Author(s): Traci Warkentin, Lauren Corman
Publication: Markings review for h-animal
Date: 3/19/2007
Link: http://www.h-net.org/~animal/markings1_warkentin-corman-watson.html

A Polish Tragedy
Grant details: FA-50322-04
Author(s): Adam Zamoyski
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 6/19/2009

The Wizard
Grant details: FA-50322-04
Author(s): Jaroslaw Anders
Publication: The New Republic
Date: 5/13/2010

The Year's Work in Romanticism Studies
Grant details: FA-50322-04
Author(s): L.H.P
Publication: Prism(s): Essays in Romanticism
Date: 1/1/2008

Ameykanska biografia Mickiewicza i jej autor
Grant details: FA-50322-04
Author(s): Marta Zielinska
Publication: Teksty Drugie
Date: 10/1/2011
Abstract: This discussion of the most recent biography of Adam Mickiewicz, by Roman R. Koropeckyj, presents the book in the context of the American Slavicist's entire output. Koropeckyj deals with Polish romanticist literature, and Mickiewicz in particular -- being an expert not only on the poet as such but also on all his existing biographies. This makes The Life of a Romantic an important contribution to the discussion on how the Polish Bard's life is represented in what has been written about it, and in the way the biographies are written.

Adam Mickiewicz—romantyk i Europejczyk
Grant details: FA-50322-04
Author(s): Magdalena Bak
Publication: Pamietnik Literacki
Date: 1/1/2011
Abstract: The review contains a discussion on selected aspects of Roman Koropeckyj’s book Adam Mickiewicz. The Life of a Romantic. The presentation of the most crucial advantages of the book, as well as some of the doubts it may raise, is accompanied by a reflection on the way Mickiewicz is perceived by foreigners and Poles.

No Title
Grant details: FB-50620-04
Author(s): Linda-Anne Rebhun
Publication: Ms.
Date: 3/31/2011
Link: http://www.msmagazine.com/spring2011/index.asp

No Title
Grant details: FA-37058-02
Date: 1/11/2012

Identity Crisis Ahead for Brown as Concept of Britishness Borders on Extinction
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Kirsty Milne
Publication: Scotland on Sunday
Date: 10/29/2006

'A Mongrel Race in Search of an Identity'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Deborah Orr
Publication: The Independent
Date: 12/15/2006

No Title
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Noel Malcolm
Publication: Sunday Telegraph
Date: 12/10/2006

'Liberal at Heart'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Simon Heffer
Publication: Literary Review
Date: 11/1/2006

'John Bull and Eugenics: How England Got Its National Character'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): George Walden
Date: 12/21/2006
Link: http://bloomberg.com

'Who do we think we are?'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Max Hastings
Publication: Sunday Times
Date: 12/17/2006

'Does it take an American to work out who we really are?'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Paul Routledge
Publication: Tribune
Date: 4/13/2007

'Riotous'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): George Garnett
Publication: TLS
Date: 6/8/2007

'Kindly, Modest and Loveable'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Michael D. Langan
Publication: Dublin Review of Books
Date: 8/16/2007
Link: http://www.drb.ie

'Why John Bull Had Cool Britannia Licked'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): David Horspool
Publication: Daily Telegraph
Date: 12/23/2006

'Who Do the English Think They Are?'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Jeremy Paxman
Publication: BBC History Magazine
Date: 1/1/2007

'National Obsession'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Ian Sansom
Publication: The Guardian
Date: 3/2/2007

'As English As the English'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Adam Kirsch
Publication: New York Sun
Date: 3/19/2007

'What Makes the English Distinct?'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Neil Cameron
Date: 3/28/2007
Link: http://www.canada.com

No Title
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Baron Alder
Publication: The Australian
Date: 3/31/2007

Review of Mapping the Victorian Social Body
Grant details: FT-47022-02
Author(s): Brian Rasmusssen
Publication: Victorian Studies
Date: 11/11/2005
Abstract: http://muse.jhu.edu/login?uri=/journals/victorian_studies/v047/47.4rasmussen.html

The Invisible Line
Grant details: FB-50300-04
Author(s): Wilbert Rideau
Publication: Financial Times
Date: 2/21/2011
Abstract: “In this meticulously researched history, Sharfstein’s ace-in-the-hole is his ability to recreate dramatic events and build flesh-and-blood characters from courthouse records, family letters, or forgotten contemporaneous accounts. He sets out to change the way we think about race, and he succeeds brilliantly in showing us that before politics began hardening colour lines in the run-up to the civil war, pragmatism often trumped prejudice. . . [F]or me, what makes this book a must-read are Sharfstein’s revelations about antebellum America.”
Link: http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/991b7f62-3ae3-11e0-8d81-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1iJuyF7Ds

Shades of White
Grant details: FB-50300-04
Author(s): Raymond Arsenault
Publication: New York Times
Date: 2/27/2011
Abstract: “In an illuminating and aptly titled book, The Invisible Line, Daniel J. Sharfstein demonstrates that African-Americans of mixed ancestry have been crossing the boundaries of color and racial identity since the early colonial era. An associate professor of law at Vanderbilt University and an author with a literary flair, Sharfstein documents this persistent racial fluidity by painstakingly reconstructing the history of three families. In a dizzying array of alternating chapters, he presents the personal and racial stories of the Gibsons, the Spencers and the Walls. The result is an astonishingly detailed rendering of the variety and complexity of racial experience in an evolving national culture moving from slavery to segregation to civil rights.’’
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/27/books/review/Arsenault-t.html?_r=1&ref=review

Briefly Noted
Grant details: FB-50300-04
Publication: New Yorker
Date: 3/7/2011
Abstract: "[A]n important reconsideration of the porousness of racial categories . . . and also a powerful evocation of the peril and insecurity that blacks faced both before and after the Civil War."

Sacco and Vanzetti
Grant details: GN-30046-02
Author(s): Owen Gleiberman
Publication: Entertainment Weekly
Date: 4/5/2007
Abstract: Review of SACCO AND VANZETTI
Link: http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20033683,00.html

Movie Review: Sacco and Vanzetti
Grant details: GN-30046-02
Author(s): Michael Wilmington
Publication: Chicago Tribune
Date: 5/17/2007
Abstract: Chicago Tribune review of SACCO AND VANZETTI
Link: http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/mmx-070518-movies-review-sacco,0,4909824.story

No Title
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Author(s): Kotlowski
Publication: Pacific Historical Review
Date: 5/1/2011
Link: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/phr.2011.80.2.327

No Title
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Author(s): O'Connell
Publication: International Journal
Date: 3/1/2010
Link: http://internationaljournal.ca/page/3

No Title
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Publication: Journal of Social history
Date: 10/1/2011
Link: http://jsh.oxfordjournals.org/content/45/1/320.short?rss=1

Tracing Voluntary Military Service
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Author(s): Bandow
Publication: Washington Times
Date: 12/23/2009
Link: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/dec/23/tracing-voluntary-military-service/?page=all

Everyday Heroes
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Author(s): John Nagl
Publication: Democracy
Date: 1/1/2010
Link: http://www.democracyjournal.org/15/6724.php?page=all

No Title
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Publication: Library Journal
Date: 10/15/2009
Link: http://www.libraryjournal.com/lj/reviews/professionalmedia/855934-284/military_history.html.csp

America's Army
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Author(s): Andrew huebner
Publication: Journal of American history
Date: 9/1/2010
Link: http://www.journalofamericanhistory.org/issues/972/

From Vietnam to the All-Volunteer Army"
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Author(s): Kurt Piehler
Publication: REviews in American History
Date: 12/1/2011
Link: http://museweb02-pub.library.uq.edu.au/journals/reviews_in_american_history/summary/v039/39.4.piehler.html

Edison Illuminated
Grant details: RQ-50364-09
Author(s): Edmund Morris
Publication: New York Times: The Seventh Volume of Thomas Edison's Papers
Date: 3/23/2012
Abstract: Cover review by Edmund Morris in the Sunday New York Times Book Review.
Link: http://http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/25/books/review/the-seventh-volume-of-thomas-edisons-papers

"Early Modern London Theatres Database Now Online."
Grant details: RQ-50382-09
Author(s): Peter Kirwan
Publication: The Shakespeare Apocrypha
Date: 2/2/2011
Abstract: Blog announcement and review of EMLoT website.
Link: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/apocrypha/entry/early_modern_london/

No Title
Grant details: PW-50882-11
Author(s): Jean-Pierre Digard
Publication: L'Homme. Revue française d'anthropologie
Date: 4/1/2014
Abstract: The review in L'Homme, no. 210, pp. 166-172, covers both the present volume and the same author's complementary work, Un autre Iran. Un ethnologue au Gilân (also 2013).
Link: http://lhomme.revues.org/

No Title
Grant details: FB-56297-12
Publication: Kirkus, BookList, Publisher's weekly
Date: 3/29/2013
Link: http://www.booklistonline.com/ProductInfo.aspx?pid=5908045&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

Lawrence Awarded NEH Challenge Grant to Establish Humanities Institute
Grant details: CH-50974-12
Publication: Lawrence Today
Date: 4/1/2012
Abstract: A new Lawrence University initiative--designed to foster the professional development of faculty members in the humanities and attract recent PhD recipients in the humanities for the Lawrence Fellows program -- has received a $425,000 boost from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Electrical Palestine. Capital and Technology from Empire to Nation
Grant details: RA-228585-15
Author(s): Ramona Wadi
Publication: Middle East Monitor
Date: 2/18/2019
Link: https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20190218-electrical-palestine-capital-and-technology-from-empire-to-nation/

Review
Grant details: FA-37223-02
Publication: Library Journal
Date: 1/4/2012
Link: http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6552442.html?q=fairman

Review
Grant details: FA-37223-02
Author(s): Marilyn Flood
Publication: Nursing HIstory Review
Date: 10/1/2009
Abstract: Nursing History Review Online September, 2008, hard copy publication date, October, 2009, 17: 235-236.

Review
Grant details: FA-37223-02
Publication: Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Date: 4/1/2009
Abstract: Spring, 2009

Review
Grant details: FA-37223-02
Publication: CHOICE
Date: 1/4/2012
Abstract: CHOICE, November, 2008

Review
Grant details: FA-37223-02
Publication: Doody's
Date: 1/4/2012
Abstract: This excellent book highlights the development of the nurse practitioner movement. The current state of practice is defined and the potential growth of the role is explored. The important issues influencing the continued development of the nurse practitioner role are clearly presented and reviewed. This update is needed in light of the ever-evolving healthcare arena."Score: 100, 5 stars

Mengzi: With Selections from Traditional Commentaries
Grant details: FB-50372-04
Author(s): Hui-chieh Loy
Publication: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Date: 3/29/2009
Link: http://ndpr.nd.edu/news/23962-mengzi-with-selections-from-traditional-commentaries/

“Defining ‘Virtue Ethics’ and Exploring Virtues in a Comparative Context: Comments on Bryan W . Van Norden, Virtue Ethics and Consequentialism in Early Chinese Philosophy”
Grant details: FB-50372-04
Author(s): Stephen C. Angle
Publication: Dao
Date: 9/1/2009
Link: http://www.kutztown.edu/academics/liberal_arts/philosophy/Dao/daotableofcontentsViii3.htm

Year's Best Books
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Paul Johnson
Publication: London Spectator
Date: 12/18/2010
Abstract: Johnson lists the volume 37 of the CL as one of the year's two best books.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/LondonSpectatorDec2010.pdf

Babe and Goodykin
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Jonathan Keates
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 8/10/2007
Abstract: Keates reviews volume 34 of the CL.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/TLSReviewAug2007.pdf

A Summer Expedition to Carlyle: Why All Journalists Should Read the Neglected Scottish Sage
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): William Rees-Mogg
Publication: The (London) Times
Date: 8/20/2007
Abstract: Rees-Mogg on the delights and the importance of reading Carlyle
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/TimesAug2007.pdf

Review of CL Volume 30 and 31
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Peter Jackson
Publication: Scottish Historical Review
Date: 11/10/2007
Abstract: Jackson reviews volumes 30 and 31 in The Scottish Historical Review 86.2 (2007): 353-56
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/ScotHistoricalReview2007.pdf

Review of The Carlyles At Home and Abroad
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Francis O'Gorman
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 1/21/2005
Abstract: O'Gorman reviews the collection of essays included in The Carlyles At Home and Abroad. Many of these rely upon the CL.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/TLSReviewJune2005.pdf

Carlyle Has Much to Tell Us as We Try to Understand Terrorist Motivations
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): David R. Sorensen
Publication: The Financial Times
Date: 7/31/2005
Abstract: Sorensen comments upon the importance of Carlyle's analysis of terrorism.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/FTTCLETTER.pdf

Rare and Strange
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Rosemary Ashton
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 6/25/2004
Abstract: Ashton reviews Jane Carlyle: Newly Selected Letters,edited by CL editors Kenneth J. Fielding and David R. Sorensen.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/TLSJune2004.pdf

Betwixt Himself and Me
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Rosemary Ashton
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 6/20/2003
Abstract: Ashton reviews volume 30 of the CL.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/TLSJune2003.pdf

London's Gloomiest Couple
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Simon Heffer
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 5/24/2003
Abstract: Heffer reviews volumes 29 and 30 of the CL.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/Spectator24May2003.pdf

Dear Old Prophet
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Rosemary Ashton
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 1/14/2000
Abstract: Ashton reviews volume 27 of the CL.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/TLSJan2000.pdf

A New President, A Union' Last Stand
Grant details: FA-37023-02
Author(s): Bryan Burrough
Publication: New York Times
Date: 11/5/2011
Abstract: Review
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/06/business/collision-course-looks-at-reagan-vs-patco.html?_r=1

Serving Their Country book review
Grant details: FT-53647-05
Author(s): Brian Hosmer
Publication: Pacific Historical Review
Date: 2/1/2011
Abstract: Rewiew of Serving Their Country.
Link: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/phr.2011.80.1.137

Serving Their Country book review
Grant details: FT-53647-05
Author(s): Laurence Hauptmann
Publication: Journal of American History
Date: 9/1/2010
Abstract: Review of Serving Their Country.
Link: http://jah.oxfordjournals.org/content/97/2/580.full.pdf+html

Serving Their Country book review
Grant details: FT-53647-05
Author(s): Joy Porter
Publication: Journal of American Studies
Date: 8/1/2011
Abstract: Review of Serving Their Country
Link: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8350509

Serving Their Country book review
Grant details: FT-53647-05
Author(s): Dan Cobb
Publication: American Historical Review
Date: 4/1/2011
Abstract: Book Review of Serving Their Country.
Link: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/660670

Serving Their Country book review
Grant details: FT-53647-05
Author(s): Ken Philp
Publication: Western Historical Quarterly
Date: 4/1/2011
Abstract: Review of Serving Their Country
Link: http://www.jstor.org/stable/westhistquar.42.issue-1

Exploring the Newberry's Atlas of Historical County Boundaries
Grant details: PA-52072-06
Author(s): Randy Seaver
Publication: Genea-Musings
Date: 7/16/2010
Link: http://www.geneamusings.com/2010/07/exploring-newberrys-atlas-of-historical.html

'The Invisible Line,' by Daniel J. Sharfstein
Grant details: FB-50300-04
Author(s): Bruce Watson
Publication: San Francisco Chronicle
Date: 2/27/2011
Abstract: "Despite an African American president and the annual Black History Month, racial amnesia remains widespread. Everyone knows when slavery ended, but few know how Slavery Lite continued under the oppressive sharecropper system. The persistence of such amnesia long after the triumphs of the civil rights movement makes 'The Invisible Line' must reading. "With dogged research, lawyer and journalist Daniel J. Sharfstein has stitched together the stories of three families toeing America's racial trip wire across several generations. Woven into a novelistic narrative, 'The Invisible Line' presents a primer on the hypocrisies that confronted everyday Americans from the Revolution through to the 1960s."
Link: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=%2Fc%2Fa%2F2011%2F02%2F25%2FRVVS1HFMPD.DTL

Un-Reconstructed
Grant details: FB-50300-04
Author(s): Nathan Greenfield
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 10/28/2011
Abstract: "Daniel J. Sharfstein['s] extraordinary, engaging book, 'The Invisible Line,' . . . shows that the colour line was at times surprisingly permeable."

Escape Into Whiteness
Grant details: FB-50300-04
Author(s): Brent Staples
Publication: New York Review of Books
Date: 11/24/2011
Abstract: "Daniel Sharfstein, an associate professor of law at Vanderbilt, brings . . . late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Negro society vividly to life in his authoritative and elegantly written 'The Invisible Line: Three American Families and the Secret Journey from Black to White.'"
Link: http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2011/nov/24/escape-whiteness/?pagination=false

Uncle Tom's Home Page
Grant details: RQ-50096-04
Author(s): Ezra Greenspan
Publication: Common-Place
Date: 1/1/2001
Abstract: This is one of the first formal reviews my online archive, Uncle Tom's Cabin & American Culture, received. All the reviews have been very positive, but I confess to being especially pleased with "a model of what a multi-media humanities website can be."
Link: http://www.common-place.org/vol-01/no-02/tales/

Lincoln Prize
Grant details: RQ-50096-04
Author(s): Gettysburg College & Gilder Lehrman Inst of Am History
Date: 1/1/2001
Abstract: Second prize, $10,000 This was the first time the Lincoln Prize included electronic publications as a category.
Link: http://www.gettysburg.edu/news_events/news_detail.dot?inode=178299&pageTitle=LINCOLN+AND+SOLDIERS+INSTITUTE+ANNOUNCES+FINALISTS

The Records of Early English Drama: Wales, ed. David N. Klausner
Grant details: RQ-50114-04
Author(s): William Proctor Williams
Publication: Notes and Queries
Date: 10/3/2008
Abstract: Williams describes REED as "undoubtedly the most important scholarly project in this field," and lauds the extension of the research beyond England, to include Welsh dramatic and musical activity in the period.
Link: http://nq.oxfordjournals.org/content/55/4/527.extract

REED in Review: Essays in Celebration of the First Twenty-Five Years
Grant details: RQ-50114-04
Author(s): David Bevington
Publication: University of Toronto Quarterly
Date: 9/18/2011
Link: http://www.utpjournals.com/utq/utq.html

Review, Audrey Douglas and Sally-Beth MacLean, eds., REED in Review: Essays in Celebration of the First Twenty-Five Years.(Studies in Early English Drama, 8.)
Grant details: RQ-50114-04
Author(s): Richard K Emmerson
Publication: Speculum
Date: 9/18/2011

REED in Review: Essays in Celebration of the First Twenty-Five Years (review)
Grant details: RQ-50114-04
Author(s): W.W.E. Slights
Publication: Shakespeare Quarterly
Date: 9/18/2011

"Wales"
Grant details: RQ-50114-04
Author(s): Gloria Betcher
Publication: Sixteenth Century Journal
Date: 9/19/2011

Recent Studies in Tudor and Stuart Drama [Wales]
Grant details: RQ-50114-04
Author(s): Mary Thomas Crane
Publication: Studies in English Literature
Date: 9/19/2011

No Title
Grant details: QP-50009-06
Publication: thedetroiter.com
Date: 5/1/2007
Abstract: Review article and announcement
Link: http://thedetroiter.com

Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Publication: The Art Newspaper
Date: 11/6/2011
Abstract: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s (Lacma) commitment to raising the profile of the historic art of Latin America continues with this international loan exhibition organised by the LA museum and Mexico City’s Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia. “Contested Vision in the Spanish Colonial World” traces how art made by indigenous peoples, Spanish and mestizos, those of mixed Spanish and Indian heritage, reflected the cultural complexities and continuities of life after the arrival of the Conquistadors and Christian missionaries. It follows “The Arts in Latin America, 1492-1820”, a panoramic view of the arts of the Spanish New World organised by Lacma, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Mexico City (2006-07), and Lacma’s redisplay of its permanent collection in 2008. Through “Contested Visions”, Ilona Katzew, Lacma’s curator of Latin American art, wants to move away from a simplistic idea that there was a cultural “break” after th
Link: http://www.theartnewspaper.com/whatson/event/Contested-Visions-in-the-Spanish-Colonial-World/1117613

Going Native
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Author(s): Robin Cembalest
Publication: Let My People Show
Date: 11/7/2011
Abstract: Check out the outfit on the woman to the left of this devotional work, Our Lady of Cocharcas - Virgin with Indian Worshipers. It’s a striped woolen shawl worn by the Aymara, an indigenous group native to the region around La Paz, where this painting was made by an unknown artist in 1752. Now look the elaborate feather headdresses worn by the other donors, part of an ensemble more appropriate to warriors from the Amazon. That’s the artist’s conception of the Chunchos, a native group considered more pagan and savage than the Aymara, who lived amidst the Spaniards as converts to Christianity. In scenes depicted in not only in paintings but also on queros (Andean drinking vessels), Aymara men often dressed—and danced—as these lowlands Indians in festivals to make a complex statement about their own identity. One motive, it’s thought, was to act out in ways that were normally off limits in colonial society—while another was to highlight their own subservience to the people in charge by
Link: http://www.letmypeopleshow.com/post/12470069519/going-native-check-out-the-outfit-on-the-woman

LACMA pushes boundaries with four new exhibits
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Publication: Orange County Register
Date: 11/11/2011
Abstract: If the Los Angeles County Museum of Art can be faulted for any shortcoming these days, it can't be for lack of ambition. The museum has recently opened two sprawling, ambitious exhibitions: "Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World," and "California Design, 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way." They're both in LACMA's new, $53 million Resnick Pavilion. Next door at the 3-year-old Broad Contemporary Art Museum, "Asco: Elite of the Obscure" and "Glenn Ligon: America" explore chapters and aspects of recent American history and culture that aren't frequently brought to light. "Contested Visions" is the newest show, examining the art and representations of indigenous peoples in colonial Mexico and Peru from the 15th to the 19th centuries. The exhibit features about 200 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, codices, manuscripts, queros (ceremonial drinking vessels), featherworks and other objects. While there are some impressive sculpted works taken from the ancient Aztec c
Link: http://www.ocregister.com/entertainment/art-326608-lacma-design.html

Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World at LACMA
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Author(s): Sandra Barrera
Publication: Daily News
Date: 11/13/2011
Abstract: Before the Spaniards conquered the Americas, the Aztecs and Incas already had rich and varied artistic traditions - and they subsequently flourished even as European customs got layered on top. "It's that very careful and fine balance of negotiation and mutual adjustment, and accommodation of systems of value, power and art, that you can see here," says Ilona Katzew, curator of "Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World," on view through Jan. 29 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Nearly 10 years in the making, the exhibition illustrates what happened when cultures collided as featured in the more than 200 works including sculptures, textiles, paintings, manuscripts and other objects drawn from Mexico and Peru from the 15th to the 19th centuries. The works are organized into six sections, beginning with one that brings together pre-conquest monumental Aztec sculptures juxtaposed with exquisite Incan textiles. Just inside the opening gallery an eagle warrior sculptu
Link: http://www.dailynews.com/lalife/ci_19317347

Contested Visions at LACMA
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Author(s): William Poundstone
Publication: Los Angeles County Museum on Fire
Date: 11/14/2011
Abstract: LACMA’s new mega-exhibition, “Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World” brings together about 200 Aztec, Inca, and Spanish Colonial objects, with a special focus on Colonial painting. Much of the painting works like north-of-the-Rio-Grande folk art, only darker and more ambivalent. I don’t suppose Ammi Phillips or Grandma Moses were sublimating rage against the Eurotrash overlords. In Mexico and Peru, it was a little more dicey. The first few rooms display Mexican and Peruvian objects from about the time of the conquest. (Left, silver maize stalks, supporting the conquistador legend that the Incas had a sterling silver corn field.) After that, it’s a wild ride. The exhibition is really about what came after, the hybrid “colonial” art that museums and collectors once shunned as inauthentic. The Incas had no tradition of portraiture until the Spanish came along and slaughtered everybody worth portraying. Forty years after the conquest, Tupac Amaru launched a neo-Inca rebellion (
Link: http://blogs.artinfo.com/lacmonfire/2011/11/14/contested-visions-at-lacma/

Polish Literature and Its National Hero
Grant details: FA-50322-04
Author(s): Christpher Garstka
Publication: H-Net Reviews in the Humantities and Social Sciences
Date: 9/1/2009
Link: http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=25170

Pierwsza od stu lat biografia Mickiewicza po angielsku
Grant details: FA-50322-04
Author(s): Joanna Rostropowicz Clark
Publication: Nowy Dziennik
Date: 9/11/2009
Link: http://www.dziennik.com/articles/przeglad/4513/print

Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 94:1 (December 2010): 171–216
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

Maryland Historical Magazine 105:1 (Spring 2010): 83-84.
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

Journal of American Studies 43:2 (August 2009): E43.
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

International Journal of Maritime History 22:1 (June 2009): 415-416.
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

Journal of American History 96:1 (June 2009): 211-213.
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

Common-Place 9:3 (April 2009).
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

Nineteenth-Century Literature 63: 4 (March 2009): 543–548.
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Author(s): New England Quarterly 82: 1 (March 2009): 189-191.
Publication: New England Quarterly
Date: 12/27/2011

American Literature 80:4 (December 2008): 836-838.
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

American Historical Review 113:4 (October 2008): 1153-1154
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

Sea History 124 (August 2008): 51.
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

SHARP Newsletter (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing) 17:2 (Spring 2008): 6.
Grant details: FT-53749-05
Date: 12/27/2011

Review of Maureen Jackson, Mixing Musics: Turkish Jewry and the Urban Landscape of a Sacred Song
Grant details: RA-50040-06
Author(s): Walter Feldman
Publication: International Journal of Middle East Studies
Date: 8/1/2014
Abstract: The review offers a summary and appraisal of the monograph and places the work in the context of ongoing studies on Turkish -Jewish music.
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0020743814000695

The Fallacy of the Free Market
Grant details: FO-50098-09
Author(s): James Kwak
Publication: Washington Monthly
Date: 4/5/2018
Abstract: na
Link: https://washingtonmonthly.com/2018/04/05/the-fallacy-of-the-free-market/

Lasting Impressions: 'For All the World to See,' at National Museum of American History
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Stephen Deusner
Publication: Wasghinton Express (Washington Post)
Date: 6/30/2011
Link: http://www.expressnightout.com/content/2011/06/smithsonian-civil-rights-exhibition-for-all-the-world-to-see.php

US/Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Mohamed Keita
Publication: Of Note Magazine
Date: 9/5/2010
Abstract: Review of For All the World to See in Of Note Magazine
Link: http://www.ofnotemagazine.org/?p=1701#more-1701

Two Shows at the International Center of Photography
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Rachel Somerstein
Publication: Guernica Magazine
Date: 8/10/2011
Abstract: Review of For All the World to See in Guernica: A Magazine of Art & Politics
Link: http://www.guernicamag.com/blog/1967/rachel_somerstein_two_shows_at/

Notes on Civil Rights Exhibition
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Rickiah Wingfield Kim McClurg
Publication: African American Literatures and Cultures Institute
Date: 6/29/2011
Abstract: The blog of the African American Cultures and Literatures Institute proclaims For All the World to See a "unique real-life space in history [that] will never be forgotten. [It] reminds us not only of how far we have come, but how far we still have to go."
Link: http://aalci.blogspot.com/2010/06/notes-on-civil-rights-exhibit.html

Image is Everything
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Carol Ann Fitzgerald
Publication: Oxford American
Date: 7/6/2010
Abstract: The Oxford American: The Southern Magazine of Good Writing reviews For All the World to See in its "Southern Girl" blog.
Link: http://www.oxfordamerican.org/blogs/post/2010/jul/06/image-everything/

No Title
Grant details: FA-50312-04
Author(s): Frede, Dorothea
Publication: PHRONESIS-A JOURNAL FOR ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY
Date: 1/1/2009
Abstract: Volume: 54 Issue: 1

Review
Grant details: FA-50312-04
Author(s): Orrells, Daniel
Publication: CLASSICAL REVIEW
Date: 1/1/2009
Abstract: Volume: 59 Issue: 1 Pages: 59-60

Review
Grant details: FA-50312-04
Author(s): Armstrong, Richard H.
Publication: JOURNAL OF HELLENIC STUDIES
Date: 9/9/2008
Abstract: Volume: 128 Pages: 298-300

Paul Allen Miller, Postmodern Spiritual Practices: The Construction of the Subject and the Reception of Plato in Lacan, Derrida, and Foucault. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2007. Pp. x, 270. ISBN 978-0-814210-70-3.
Grant details: FA-50312-04
Author(s): Benjamin Todd Lee
Publication: Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Date: 6/30/2008
Abstract: It is practically a truism of literary theory that poststructuralism is anti-humanist as well as anti-classical, and that the "swerve into poststructuralism was a turning against humanism, against the traditional values of Western civilization."1 Miller provides a fundamental challenge to this proposition, and in a thoughtful and deeply researched study of Lacan, Derrida, and Foucault, shows the great extent to which these critical titans all relied on exegesis of Plato and other texts of classical antiquity to articulate their philosophies. In so doing, Miller addresses directly one of the most important questions confronting classical studies as a discipline: namely, the value and relevance of a classical canon in the face of poststructuralism and its off-shoots in deconstruction, gender theory, and postcolonialism. Miller is obviously not the first to address this question, but I believe he has offered a significant argument that inscribes the classics into postmodernism, as opposed
Link: http://://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2008/2008-06-30.html

untitled review
Grant details: FB-50335-04
Author(s): Lisa N. Owen
Publication: Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 70, no. 1 (Feb 2011), pp. 271-73
Date: 12/21/2011

untitled review
Grant details: FB-50335-04
Author(s): Lawrence A. Babb
Publication: Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Vol. 79, no. 3 (Sept 2011), pp. 747-50
Date: 12/21/2011

Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Grant details: RQ-50110-04
Author(s): Stone, Marjorie
Publication: Victorian Poetry
Date: 9/23/2011
Abstract: Vol. 44:3 (Fall 2006), pp. 322-324. Review essay.
Link: http://www.worldcat.org

Robert Browning
Grant details: RQ-50110-04
Author(s): Martens, Britta
Publication: Victorian Poetry
Date: 9/23/2011
Abstract: Vol. 46:3 (Fall 2008), pp. 329-300. Review essay.

A Survey of Work on Robert Browning 1996-2009
Grant details: RQ-50110-04
Author(s): Martens, Britta
Publication: Journal of Browning Studies
Date: 9/23/2011
Abstract: Vol. 1 (February 2010), pp. 14-15.
Link: http://www.worldcat.org

"Imperiia pustoty: v poiskakh utrachennoi periferii" (Russian: "The Empire of Emptiness: In Search of the Lost Margin"
Grant details: FT-53500-05
Author(s): Dmitrii Zamiatin
Publication: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: This is a lengthy and careful review of Russia on the Edge, strongly urging its translation into Russian.
Link: http://www.nlobooks.ru/rus/magazines/nlo/196/2556/2587/

Book Review
Grant details: GP-50173-05
Author(s): Joe Watkins
Publication: Kiva
Date: 6/1/2007

Book Review
Grant details: GP-50173-05
Author(s): Lomayumtewa C. Ishii
Publication: Wicazo Sa Review
Date: 4/1/2007

Book Review
Grant details: GP-50173-05
Author(s): Tamara L. Bray
Publication: The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
Date: 1/3/2012

Book Review
Grant details: GP-50173-05
Author(s): Barbara W. Sommer
Publication: The Oral History Review
Date: 12/1/2009

Book Review
Grant details: GP-50173-05
Author(s): Maureen Trudelle Schwarz
Publication: Journal of Anthropological Research
Date: 3/1/2008

Various reviews
Grant details: FA-53332-07
Date: 1/7/2012
Abstract: The book was widely and favorably reviewed in the media. Newspaper and magazine reviews include: The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Nation, Wilson Quarterly, theatlantic.com, forbes.com, Los Angeles Times blog, popmatters.com, The Deal Magazine, Milwaukee Express. Journal reviews appeared in: American Historial Review, Journal of American History, American Quarterly, ARSC Journal, Popular Music, Notes, Bulletin of the Society for American Music, Social Text

Digital Atlas of Historical County Boundaries
Grant details: PA-52072-06
Author(s): Tara Calishain
Publication: ResearchBuzz
Date: 7/26/2010
Link: http://www.researchbuzz.org/r/?p=2151

"Burned Estates"
Grant details: FB-53488-08
Author(s): Helen Hacket
Publication: TLS
Date: 10/1/2011

Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth
Grant details: FB-53488-08
Author(s): M. Cole
Publication: Choice
Date: 12/1/2011

Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth
Grant details: FB-53488-08
Author(s): Paul Salzman
Publication: Parergon
Date: 9/1/2011

Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth
Grant details: FB-53488-08
Author(s): Maureen Quilligan
Publication: Renaissance Quarterly
Date: 12/1/2010
Abstract: Vol. 63, No. 4

The West, When It Was Still Wild
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Dave Kehr
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 9/25/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/25/movies/homevideo/treasures-5-the-west-1898-1938-new-dvd-set.html?_r=3

Way Back West, The West: 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Max Goldberg
Publication: Cinemascope
Date: 9/1/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5

Out Where the West Begins
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Daniel Eagan
Publication: Reel Culture, Smithsonian.com
Date: 9/21/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/movies/2011/09/out-where-the-west-begins/

Treasures 5: The West 1898 - 1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Glenn Erickson
Publication: DVDtalk.com
Date: 8/30/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.dvdtalk.com/dvdsavant/s3653trea.html

Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938 on DVD
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Glenn Erickson
Publication: TCM.com
Date: 9/26/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.tcm.com/this-month/movie-news.html?id=446985&name=Treasures-5-The-West-1898-1938

Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Jeffrey M. Anderson
Publication: GreenCine.com
Date: 9/26/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.greencine.com/central/Treasures-5-The-West-Review

DVD Review: Treasures 5: The West - 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Jeffrey M. Anderson
Publication: Jeffrey M. Anderson: Thoughts on film and life from the creator of Combustible Celluloid
Date: 9/29/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://jeffreymanderson.blogspot.com/2011/09/dvd-review-treasures-5-west-1898-1938.html

Treasures 5: The West (1898-1938)
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Farran Smith Nehme
Publication: Self-Styled Siren
Date: 9/28/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5, with special mention of THE SERGEANT and THE BETTER MAN, whose preservation was funded by the For the Love of Film Blogathon.
Link: http://selfstyledsiren.blogspot.com/2011/09/treasures-5-west-1898-1938.html

The idea of “The West”: notes on the latest “Treasures From American Film Archives” set
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Noel Murray
Publication: A.V. Club
Date: 9/28/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.avclub.com/articles/the-idea-of-the-west-notes-on-the-latest-treasures,62464/

Treasures 5: The West
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Joe Thompson
Publication: The Pneumatic Rolling-Sphere Carrier Delusion
Date: 1/11/2012
Abstract: 3-part review of Treasures 5
Link: http://cablecarguy.blogspot.com/2012/01/treasures-5-west-1-january-11-2012.html

Boxed Set Showcases Western 'Treasures'
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Johnny D. Boggs
Publication: Roundup Magazine
Date: 2/1/2012
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5 plus interview with the set's curator Scott Simmon and writer Kirk Ellis. The magazine is the official publication of the Western Writers of America.

Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s):
Publication: Wild West
Date: 3/30/2012
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5

Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): S. Axmaker
Publication: Video Librarian
Date: 1/1/2012
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): R. Wayne Parsons
Publication: New York Photo Review
Date: 6/1/2011
Abstract: The New York Photo Review urges its readers to make a point of seeing the "excellent" For All the World to See in this review.
Link: http://www.nyphotoreview.com/NYPR_REVS/NYPR_REV388.html

For All the World to See: The Presence of the Past
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Mr. Curiouser
Publication: Curious-er
Date: 11/24/2011
Abstract: CURIOUS-ER Recommends that parents take their children to see FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE on its last weekend at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History . . . calling it "a wonderful education for your child beaten down by pablum about Martin Luther King."
Link: http://www.curious-er.com/2011/last-weekend-for-all-the-world-to-see/

Civil Rights in New York
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Eye Blog
Publication: Eye Magazine
Date: 6/10/2010
Abstract: The Eye Magazine blog calls For All the World To See a "sophisticated exhibition and a sensory delight."
Link: http://blog.eyemagazine.com/?p=552

For All the World to See: International Center of Photography
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Jill Connor
Publication: Art Quips
Date: 6/24/2010
Abstract: Review of For All the World to See in Art Quips.
Link: http://artquips.blogspot.com/2010/06/for-all-world-to-see-international.html

Strange Fruit: Visual Culture at ICP
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Laila Pedro
Publication: Idiom Magazine
Date: 6/30/2010
Abstract: IDIOM magazine writes: "There are countless exhibitions, books, films, plays, and dances, like Alvin Ailey’s seminal Revelations, that rely on image to capture the civil rights movement in the United States, especially the bloody struggles of the late fifties, sixties and seventies. The particular intelligence of this exhibition is its focus on the relationship between the image and the struggle, not only at the micro-level of its evocative emotional power, but in the broader context of the media explosion of the mid-twentieth century. To this end, 'this exhibition of 230 objects and clips from television and film examines the extent to which the rise of the modern civil rights movement paralleled the birth of television and the popularity of picture magazines and other forms of visual mass media' . . . .”
Link: http://idiommag.com/2010/06/strange-fruit-civil-rights-and-visual-culture-at-icp/

Black and White and Seen All Over
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Robert Leiter
Publication: The Jewish Exponent
Date: 5/27/2010
Abstract: Read a review in The Jewish Exponent of the For All the World to See book (published by Yale University Press).
Link: http://www.jewishexponent.com/article/21236/Black_and_White_and_Seen_All_Over/

The Find: Images from the Civil Rights Movement
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Boston Globe
Date: 4/11/2010
Abstract: A mini-review of FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE in the BOSTON GLOBE'S "The Find" column in its Sunday book review: "In 1955, the photograph of Emmett Till’s mutilated body was for many African-Americans the visual equivalent of a knock-out punch. No mainstream newspaper or magazine published the photo, but the black press did. That single image played a powerful role in building the civil rights movement, we learn in Maurice Berger’s “For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights’’ (Yale University), being published April 20 to coincide with the opening of a touring exhibit co-presented by the Smithsonian. The book also looks beyond news headlines, analyzing Walt Disney’s “Song of the South,’’ Aunt Jemima, and the 1967 TV show “Julia,’’ in which racism was mainly a thing of the past . . . "
Link: http://www.boston.com/ae/books/articles/2010/04/11/the_find/

Review: "For All the World to See"
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): K. A. Schwain
Publication: Choice
Date: 9/1/2010
Abstract: The American Library Association reviews the companion book for For All the World to See and names it a Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2010, in the category of Art and Architecture: "In this compelling, insightful book, cultural historian and art critic Berger (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County) underscores the myriad ways that images in advertising, film, photojournalism, and television fashioned and fortified the modern civil rights movement from the early 1950s to the mid 1970s. Echoing cultural critic bell hooks's assertion that the struggle for black liberation was a battle for both visual and political representation, Berger demonstrates how civil rights leaders fought to replace century-old caricatures of doting mammies, entertaining dandies, and exotic primitives with positive portrayals of modern, self-assured, and successful citizens. Analyzing representations of race in the news and entertainment industries, Berger shows how black leaders orchestrated media events to ro

Book Review
Grant details: FA-53834-08
Publication: Journal of the American Medical Association
Date: 8/24/2011

Book Review
Grant details: FA-53834-08
Publication: American Historical Review
Date: 8/24/2011

Buildings of Massachusetts: Metropolitan Boston
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Keith Morgan, Richard M. Candee, Naomi Miller, Roger G. Reed
Publication: Society of Architectural Historians website
Date: 11/1/2011
Link: http://www.sah.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=BUS%20Mass.%20-%20Boston&category=Publications

Buildings of Massachusetts: Metropolitan Boston
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Keith Morgan, Richard M. Candee, Naomi Miller, Roger G. Reed
Publication: Entrepreneur
Date: 8/1/2009
Link: http://www.entrepreneur.com/tradejournals/article/205548721.html

Buildings of Massachusetts: Metropolitan Boston
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Keith Morgan, Richard M. Candee, Naomi Miller, Roger G. Reed
Publication: Journal of American History
Date: 9/1/2009
Link: http://www.journalofamericanhistory.org/issues/view_rs.php?issue=962& cat=urb

Buildings of Pittsburgh
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Franklin Toker
Publication: Columns
Date: 4/1/2008
Link: http://www.aiapgh.org/images/April08.pdf

Buildings of Pittsburgh
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Franklin Toker
Publication: Society for Architectural Historians website
Date: 11/1/2011
Link: http://www.sah.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=BUS%20Pittsburgh&category=Publications

Buildings of Pittsburgh
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Franklin Toker
Publication: Appalachian Heritage
Date: 12/1/2007
Link: http://community.berea.edu/appalachianheritage/newbooks/2007-12.html

Buildings of Delaware
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): W. Barksdale Maynard
Publication: Society of Architectural Historians website
Date: 11/1/2011
Link: http://www.sah.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=BUS%20Delaware&category=Publications

Buildings of Delaware
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): W. Barksdale Maynard
Publication: Entrepreneur
Date: 8/1/2008
Link: http://www.entrepreneur.com/tradejournals/article/183481564.html

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Lu Donnelly, H. David Brumble IV
Publication: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Date: 4/17/2010

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Lu Donnelly, H. David Brumble IV
Publication: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Date: 4/25/2010

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Lu Donnelly, H. David Brumble IV, Franklin Toker
Publication: Aesthetic Sense
Date: 11/29/2011
Link: http://www.astheticsense.com/view/84636/Book_documents_Pa_architecture

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: The Jewish Chronicle
Date: 10/20/2010
Link: http://thejewishchronicle.net/view/full_story/9823417/article-Coming-up

Buildings of Pittsburgh
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Franklin Toker
Publication: American Historical Review
Date: 2/1/2008
Link: http://.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/ahr.113.1.302

Buildings of Pittsburgh
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Franklin Toker
Publication: Entrepreneur
Date: 2/1/2008
Link: http://www.entrepreneur.com/tradejournals/article/174600806.html

Buildings of Pittsburgh
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): Franklin Toker
Publication: Buildings and Landscapes
Date: 9/1/2009
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/buildings_and_landscapes/toc/bdl.16.2.html

Buildings of Delaware
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): W. Barksdale Maynard
Publication: Buildings and Landscapes
Date: 9/1/2009
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/buildings_and_landscapes/toc/bdl.16.2.html

Buildings of Delaware
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): W. Barksdale Maynard
Publication: The News Journal, Delaware Online
Date: 5/27/2008

Buildings of Delaware
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Author(s): W. Barksdale Maynard
Publication: The News Journal, Delaware Online
Date: 5/23/2008

‘William Wells Brown,’ by Ezra Greenspan
Grant details: FA-55748-11
Author(s): Nell Irvin Painter
Publication: New York Times Book Review
Date: 11/14/2014
Abstract: Featured in Sunday Book Review, online and print edition under title "Truth Be Told."
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/16/books/review/william-wells-brown-by-ezra-greenspan.html?_r=0

Ezra Greenspan Rescues William Wells Brown from Obscurity in New Biography
Grant details: FA-55748-11
Author(s): Steven G. Kellman
Publication: Texas Observer
Date: 10/24/2014
Abstract: N/A
Link: http://www.texasobserver.org/ezra-greenspan-bring-william-wells-brown-obscurity-new-biography/

Photogrammar: http://photogrammar.yale.edu/
Grant details: HD-51421-11
Author(s): A. L. Michael
Publication: caa.reviews
Date: 4/23/2018
Abstract: Review of the Photogrammar project
Link: http://caareviews.org/reviews/3246#.XRuh5OhKiUn

Dr. Edward Paulino: “Magnificent!”
Grant details: HD-51459-11
Author(s): Dr. Edward Paulino
Publication: Department of History, John Jay College of Criminal Justice-CUNY
Date: 1/9/2014
Abstract: Dr. Edward Paulino, Professor, Department of History, John Jay College of Criminal Justice-CUNY: “Magnificent!”

Rare Westerns from the Archive
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Edward Buscombe
Publication: Film Quarterly
Date: 12/15/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.filmquarterly.org/2011/12/rare-westerns-from-the-archive/

Videodrone's Best of 2011 in DVD and Blu-ray
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Sean Axmaker
Publication: Videodrone
Date: 1/6/2012
Abstract: #3 on top-10 DVD list: "This collection of features, shorts, documentaries, newsreels, travelogues and fragments from the silent and early sound era is more about preservation and education than simple entertainment, but it is entertaining as well as revealing. It's a record of the American West as it was transforming from frontier to modern world, as viewed through fictional representations and documentary recordings. The richness of offerings and the span of formats presents a visual record that makes the case for film preservation better than any lecture."
Link: http://social.entertainment.msn.com/movies/blogs/videodrone-blogpost.aspx?post=1fe7f196-60a5-46ec-9397-000da3f29625

Global Discoveries on DVD
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Jonathan Rosenbaum
Publication: Cinema Scope
Date: 12/11/2011
Abstract: Review of Mantrap from Treasures 5 DVD
Link: http://cinema-scope.com/wordpress/web-archive-2/issue-49/columns-global-discoveries-on-dvd-about-40-more-items-or-thereabouts/

How the West Was Won: Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Karen Backstein
Publication: Cineaste
Date: 12/13/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.cineaste.com/articles/how-the-western-was-won-emtreasures-5-the-west-18981938em

Saddle up for a 10-hour trip way back in time
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Rod Lott
Publication: Oklahoma Gazette
Date: 10/19/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.okgazette.com/oklahoma/article-13334-treasures-5-the-west-1898-1938.html

Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Henry Cabot Beck
Publication: True West
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5

Treasures 5: The West (1898-1938)
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Mick LaSalle
Publication: San Francisco Chronicle
Date: 10/30/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/10/30/PKMU1LHUQG.DTL

NFPF’s ‘Treasures 5’ Excavates 'The West'
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Michael Fox
Publication: SF360
Date: 10/28/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.sf360.org/?pageid=13926

Silent film preserves rare view of Texas
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Michael Barrett
Publication: San Antonio Express-News
Date: 11/3/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5 DVD
Link: http://www.mysanantonio.com/entertainment/article/Silent-film-preserves-rare-view-of-Texas-2251094.php

Treasures V: The West (I)
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): "Ann Harding"
Publication: Ann Harding's Treasures
Date: 10/22/2011
Abstract: Review of films from Treasures 5, one of a total of 7 blog posts reviewing films from the set
Link: http://annhardingstreasures.blogspot.com/2011/10/tresures-v-west-i.html

A Digression (of Sorts)
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): James D. Porterfield
Publication: Railfan & Railroad
Date: 12/1/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5, with a focus on the films featuring trains

Where the deer and the antelope play
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Mark Feeney
Publication: Boston Globe
Date: 10/12/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.boston.com/ae/movies/blog/2011/10/where_the_deer.html?s_campaign=8315

'Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938': Kenneth Turan's DVD pick
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Kenneth Turan
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Date: 10/12/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5, including 4-minute video review with clips from films
Link: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/movies/2011/10/kenneth-turans-dvd-pick-treasures-5-the-west-1898-1938.html

Go West, young entertainment format
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Doug Pratt
Publication: DVD–Laser Disc Newsletter
Date: 10/1/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5

Collection of early films of the west comes to DVD
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Chris Hicks
Publication: Deseret News
Date: 10/8/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700185989/Collection-of-early-films-of-the-west-comes-to-DVD.html

Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Michael Atkinson
Publication: Sight & Sound
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5

Treasures Of The West—dvd review
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Leonard Maltin
Publication: Leonard Maltin's Movie Crazy
Date: 10/4/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://blogs.indiewire.com/leonardmaltin/archives/treasures_of_the_west/

Treasures 5: The West
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Michael Giltz
Publication: The Huffington Post
Date: 10/6/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-giltz/dvds-great-boxed-sets-how_b_998859.html

Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): John Sinnott
Publication: DVDtalk
Date: 9/27/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/50213/treasures-from-the-american-film-archives-volume-5-the-west/

Couch Surfing
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Sam Adams
Publication: Philadelphia City Paper
Date: 12/8/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5 "The success of the National Film Preservation Foundation's Treasures series is one of few signs that humanity isn't sliding into the abyss."
Link: http://www.citypaper.net/movies/2011-12-08-discworld.html

"Treasures" Indeed
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Jim Porterfield
Publication: Journeys for a Railroad Tourist
Date: 12/12/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5, with special attention to films featuring trains
Link: http://www.gozaic.com/Connect/Circles/Journeys-For-A-Railroad-Tourist/blog/?postID=Blog%3a76e50ade-2dbc-453c-a991-5c24eb188308%40D|9%3b36|CommGroupa5c050a9-fbf5-40b0-b0ef-b48dbe332148|Post%3aea64d9e8-147a-476b-8fcb-2c35dc2a9774

Nouvelle frontiere
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Charlotte Garson
Publication: Cahiers du cinema
Date: 12/1/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5

DVD Extra: LaCava, Clara Bow and other western rareties
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Lou Lumenick
Publication: New York Post
Date: 9/27/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/movies/dvd_extra_lacava_clara_bow_and_other_KKx5ndxJs4SxsVZzmGfECI

Rare California films see light in new DVD box set
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Alex Cohen
Publication: Southern California Public Radio
Date: 9/27/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5 DVD and radio interview with DVD curator Scott Simmon
Link: http://www.scpr.org/news/2011/09/27/29093/rare-california-films-see-light-new-dvd-box-set/

'Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938' DVD review
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Mark Voger
Publication: The Star-Ledger
Date: 9/30/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5, includes DVD trailer
Link: http://www.nj.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2011/09/treasures_5_the_west_1898-1938.html

Second Look: 'Treasures 5: The West, 1898-1938'
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Dennis Lim
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Date: 10/2/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-ca-second-look-20111002,0,5114140.story

Treasures 5: The West
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Leonard Maltin
Publication: Maltin on Movies (on ReelzChannel)
Date: 9/30/2011
Abstract: Cable TV review of Treasures 5, with clips

Around the West in 40 films
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Jonathan Kiefer
Publication: Sacramento News & Review
Date: 10/6/2011
Abstract: Review of Treasures 5
Link: http://www.newsreview.com/sacramento/around-the-west-in-40/content?oid=4017160

The Word Wagon
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): McKean, Erin
Publication: Wall Street Journal
Date: 3/16/2012
Abstract: The reviewer describes the nearly fifty-year history of the DARE project. She lauds the completed work as a "treasure-trove" for word lovers and naturalists, and as a reflection of our immigration patterns. She notes that browsing the citations can be entertaining and enlightening. DARE's enduring value will be as a record of the "down-home' speech of Americans.
Link: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204603004577271820348171132.html?mod=googlenews_wsj#articleTabs%3Darticle

Grief, fear, glee: How Americans reacted to Lincoln’s killing, 150 years ago
Grant details: RA-50082-10
Author(s): Carlos Lozada
Publication: The Washington Post
Date: 4/1/2015
Abstract: Review of "Mourning Lincoln" by NYU historian Martha Hodes
Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/book-party/wp/2015/04/01/150-years-ago-lincolns-death-brought-grief-fear-and-glee/

Reczension: Abu'l-Fazl Beyhaqi: The History of Beyhaqi
Grant details: RZ-51133-10
Author(s): Susanne Kurz
Publication: sehepunkte
Date: 1/5/2012
Abstract: This is a review of the translation, notes, and commentary and discusses various issues encountered in dealing with this difficult source. In sum: eine ausgezeichnete, sehr sorgfältig durchgeführte Arbeit, die schon aufgrund des enormen Arbeitsaufwands und der unzureichenden Hilfsmittel höchsten Respekt verdient.
Link: http://www.sehepunkte.de/2012/05/20659.html

Humanities Conference Brings Times, Places, Memories to Life
Grant details: BC-50565-10
Author(s):
Publication: St. Croix Source
Date: 10/2/2011
Abstract: With dramatic readings transporting listeneres to far-off times and locales and evoking half-forgotten memories, the V.I. Humanities Council launched its conference Friday at Government House in Christiansted. About 175 residents attending "We the People -- Place, Time & Memory: 'Story Toh Tell!" delighted to poetry, theater and movement. Appropriately enough, some of the poetry read was that of Marvin E. Williams, who was honored posthumously by the council with its Humanist Award
Link: http://stcroixsource.com/print/93627

Letters from Paris Reveal Ernest Hemingway on the Verge of Fame
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Steve Paul
Publication: Kansas City Star
Date: 10/5/2013
Abstract: Review of Volume 2 in Kansas City newspaper.
Link: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/10/05/4531318/book-review-hemingways-letters.html

In Papa's Footsteps
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Alexander Fiske-Harrison
Publication: Spectator (UK)
Date: 10/26/2013
Abstract: Review of Volume 2 for UK newspaper, also published as "Does the World Need 17 Volumes of Hemingway's Letters?" in online edition
Link: http://www.spectator.co.uk/books/9062721/the-letters-of-ernest-hemingway-volume-ii-edited-by-sandra-spanier-review/

REVIEW: 'The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume Two: 1923-1925'
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): John Reimringer
Publication: Minneapolis Star Tribune
Date: 11/2/2013
Abstract: Review of Volume Two for Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Link: http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/books/230118031.html

Ernest Hemingway Rises As a Man of Letters
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): James McNamara
Publication: The Australian
Date: 11/16/2013
Abstract: Review of Volume 2 for the nationally-available and best-selling newspaper in Australia.
Link: McNamara, James. "Ernest Hemingway Rises As a Man of Letters." The Australian 16 November 2013. http://www.theaustralian.com.au/arts/review/ernest-hemingway-rises-as-a-man-of-letters/story-fn9n8gph-1226759912475

Before the Sun Rose
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Michael Gorra
Publication: New York Times Book Review
Date: 11/22/2013
Abstract: Full-page review of Volume 2 for the New York Times Book Review.
Link: Gorra, Michael. "Before the Sun Rose." New York Times Book Review 22 November 2013. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/24/books/review/letters-of-ernest-hemingway-volume-2-1923-1925.html

Epistolary Treasures
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Jon M. Sweeney
Publication: America magazine
Date: 2/24/2014
Abstract: Review of five recently released editions of letters, including Volume 2, for America magazine.
Link: Sweeney, Jon M. "Epistolary Treasures." America magazine 24 February 2014. http://americamagazine.org/issue/culture/epistolary-treasures

The Authentic Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Joshua Kotin
Publication: Los Angeles Review of Books
Date: 1/1/2014
Abstract: Academic review of Volume 2 for L.A. Review of Books.
Link: http://lareviewofbooks.org/review/authentic-hemingway/?print=1&fulltext=1

A Portrait of Papa as a Young Man
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Kevin Rabalais
Publication: The Monthly (Australia)
Date: 12/1/2013
Abstract: Review of Volume 2 for the Australian magazine "The Monthly."
Link: Rabalais, Kevin. "A Portrait of Papa as a Young Man." The Monthly (Australia) December 2013-January 2014. http://www.themonthly.com.au/issue/2013/december/1385816400/kevin-rabalais/letters-ernest-hemingway-vol-2-1923-1925

There is no similar web page
Grant details: HD-51459-11
Author(s): Dr. Néstor Vigil Montes
Publication: Dr. Néstor Vigil Montes, Professor, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain, and Manager of “Conscriptio,” a blog about archives and manuscripts.
Date: 1/9/2014
Abstract: “I think it is a very interesting Project for the learning of modern paleography in Spanish which is of great usefulness both in the American continent as well as in Spain (there are not large differences in the documentation since it stems from a colonial administration that follows the styles of the Peninsula.) You may indicate in your report that it is something innovative for paleography in Spanish since there is no similar web page, thus I believe it is fundamental to translate its functioning to Spanish.” “The page is very good, in these cases the good ideas are more important than the resources, though I hope you may continue with the project and may receive more funding. I think the system of dividing the words within the document itself is very intuitive since it allows to navigate it (this is something that had not yet appeared in other webpages, your true comparative strength), maybe the system of the pdfs with the transcription is somewhat more cumbersome since it is

A reference tool to paleographers
Grant details: HD-51459-11
Author(s): Lic. Rosa Elena Figuereo
Publication: Lic. Rosa Elena Figuereo, Archivist, Archivo General de la Nación, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Date: 1/9/2014
Abstract: Lic. Rosa Elena Figuereo, Archivist, Archivo General de la Nación, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: “I am enormously pleased that the tool is functioning. I had the opportunity to enter the links and it seemed to me it is a very interesting tool and innovative, which I am sure will be of help to anybody interested in the handwriting of that period, it will also be a reference tool to paleographers themselves.” “I hope the project moves forwards and that new modules are incorporated into it, I have positive hopes for the tool and it will have the intended results, you have done a great job and I congratulate you and your team.”

The possibility of accessing the transcription of a word with a single click and without interrupting the analytical reading of the text
Grant details: HD-51459-11
Publication: Leonor Alvarez Francés, Ph.D. Student, University of Amsterdam
Date: 1/9/2014
Abstract: “The aim of the website is clearly explained in its home page, it attempts to offer help to those interested in learning to decipher texts from the Spanish modern period. Because its command is indispensable for historical studies, paleography is a science with a long tradition. As a beginner student or researcher in these techniques, the initial difficulty in understanding the texts, plus the great diversity of handwriting types, often times have a considerably disappointing impact. This is why the use of digital technologies and Internet with didactic purposes has been considered a useful resource in the field of paleography. During my studies at the University of Amsterdam I had access to an online tool for the learning of the reading of texts in Dutch from the modern period. it consisted of an alphabet that included the variances used for each letter, as well as a series of texts with their corresponding transcription. Though it was a helpful support during my learning proc

A very friendly user interface that facilitates the study of the various types of Spanish handwriting styles of the 16th and 17th centuries through digitized facsimiles
Grant details: HD-51459-11
Author(s): Dr. Manuel Ramírez Sánchez
Publication: Dr.Manuel Ramírez Sánchez, Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Date: 1/9/2014
Abstract: “I congratulate you for the great work you have accomplished. The Spanish Paleography Digital Teaching and Learning Tool is an excellent tool, with a very friendly user interface that facilitates the study of the various types of Spanish handwriting styles of the 16th and 17th centuries through digitized facsimiles. It could be very useful to initiate university students in paleographic research not only in Latin America but also in Spain, where we keep magnificent archives with documents of great interest for dissemination and pedagogical use. Regretfully, in Spain we have not contemplated yet projects as interesting as this one accomplished by the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute (CUNY DSI) at the City College of New York. To be truthful, until now I only knew of the [contra]TAEDIUM project produced by several specialists in paleography and medieval history of the University of Barcelona: http://www.ub.edu/contrataedium/taediumcast/taedium.htm The images of handwritten sources

A Swell Way to Keep from Working
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Sarah Graham
Publication: Times Literary Supplement (UK)
Date: 4/4/2014
Abstract: Review of Volume 2 for the UK's Times Literary Supplement.

Who Was Ernest Hemingway?
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Edward Mendelson
Publication: New York Review of Books
Date: 8/14/2014
Abstract: Long review of Volume 2 featured in the New York Review of Books.
Link: http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2014/aug/14/who-was-ernest-hemingway/

Taking Bull
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Justin Beplate
Publication: Literary Review
Date: 10/1/2013
Abstract: Review of volume 2 for British magazine.
Link: http://www.literaryreview.co.uk/beplate_10_13.php

Booklist Review: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: 1923-1925
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Steve Paul
Publication: Booklist
Date: 10/1/2013
Abstract: Review of volume 2 for Booklist.
Link: http://search.proquest.com.ezaccess.libraries.psu.edu/docview/1444931116/fulltext/C90D165A8AD14FA5PQ/45?accountid=13158

Editor's Choice: Vol. 2 of the Letters of Ernest Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Jeff Simon
Publication: The Buffalo News
Date: 11/24/2013
Abstract: Review of volume 2, making it an editor's choice for this Buffalo, NY newspaper.
Link: http://www.buffalonews.com/life-arts/editors-choice/editors-choice-vol-2-of-the-letters-of-ernest-hemingway-20131124

Recent Books of Note
Grant details: RQ-50682-12
Author(s): Sarah Murdoch
Publication: Toronto Star
Date: 12/20/2013
Abstract: Year-end list of 5 books, giving short review of each, including Volume 2, written for the Toronto Star.
Link: Murdoch, Sarah. "Recent Books of Note." Toronto Star 20 December 2013. http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/books/2013/12/20/recent_books_of_note.html

The End of a Beautiful Friendship
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Author(s): Laura Miller
Publication: Slate
Date: 2/27/2017

You Must Remember This: Why We Return to ‘Casablanca’ and ‘High Noon’
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Author(s): Peter Biskind
Publication: New York Times
Date: 2/27/2017

Film Notes: A Tribute to ‘Casablanca’
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Author(s): David Corriveau
Publication: Valley News
Date: 6/23/2017

Review: 'We’ll Always Have Casablanca' by Noah Isenberg
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Author(s): J. KEMPER CAMPBELL
Publication: Lincoln Journal Star
Date: 7/16/2017

‘Casablanca’: It’s still the same old story, but it never gets old
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Author(s): Gerald Bartell
Publication: Washington Post
Date: 2/28/2017

By Immigrants, For Immigrants: Why “Casablanca” Still Matters
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Author(s): Noah Gitell
Publication: Los Angeles Review of Books
Date: 3/10/2017

Refugees and free speech: How Hollywood classics 'Casablanca' and 'High Noon' were shaped by politics
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Author(s): Rebecca Prime
Publication: LA Times
Date: 2/24/2017

Rethinking Rurality
Grant details: FT-51635-03
Author(s): Allen J. Dieterich-Ward
Publication: H-Net
Date: 12/27/2011
Link: http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=25085

Book Review
Grant details: FT-51635-03
Author(s): Philip Terrie
Publication: New York History
Date: 12/27/2011
Link: http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/nyh/89.1/br_2.html

Book Review
Grant details: FT-51635-03
Author(s): Thomas Chambers
Publication: Journal of American History
Date: 12/27/2011
Link: http://jah.oxfordjournals.org/content/95/3/878.extract

How FDR Won the War of Public Perception
Grant details: FA-51428-05
Author(s): Sam Worley
Publication: Chicago Reader
Date: 12/10/2012
Abstract: This article reviews the book and discusses the importance of the disaster relief precedent in the political and public relations strategies of the New Deal. The author of the review echoes the book's suggestion that President Obama could emulate FDR's approach to good effect.
Link: http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/sympathetic-state-disaster-welfare-state-michele-landis-dauber/Content?oid=8164008

Between Two Worlds: A Reading of Descartes's Meditations by John Carriero
Grant details: FA-51460-05
Author(s): John Cottingham
Publication: Mind
Date: 7/1/2010

No Title
Grant details: FA-51683-05
Author(s): Michael Shifflet
Publication: Theatre Journal 62.4
Date: 12/1/2010
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/login?uri=/journals/theatre_journal/v062/62.4.index.html

No Title
Grant details: FB-51554-05
Date: 12/28/2011

Review
Grant details: FA-52588-06
Author(s): Patrick Madigan
Publication: The Heythrop Journal 52.6
Date: 11/10/2011

Review
Grant details: FA-52588-06
Author(s): Maite Zubiaurre
Publication: Revista de Literatura 72
Date: 12/12/2010

“Spanish Paleography Digital Teaching and Learning Tool” is both groundbreaking and innovative
Grant details: HD-51459-11
Author(s): .Lissette Acosta Corniel, Ph. D
Publication: Lissette Acosta Corniel, Ph. D., Department of [ ] State University of New York-Albany
Date: 1/9/2014
Abstract: “The “Spanish Paleography Digital Teaching and Learning Tool” is both groundbreaking and innovative. Given the importance of colonial documents, this tool is a much needed assistive technology that will bring researchers closer to the understanding of ancient writing. I'm grateful that the CUNY DSI developed such a magnificent project. As someone who studies colonial Hispaniola, I will be able to improve my paleographical skills and the understanding of primary sources.”

Study paleography in a simple and attractive manner
Grant details: HD-51459-11
Author(s): Dra. Stella González
Publication: Dra. Stella González, Directora General de ADABI de México.
Date: 1/9/2014
Abstract: . Dra. Stella González, Directora General de ADABI de México. “My congratulations for this effort to facilitate this teaching that brings closer those who want to study paleography in a simple and attractive manner. I hope you will be able in the future to add all the text in Spanish since it could reach a larger number of students of history and linguistics. Thank you and congratulations again for this enormous effort.”

A Mystic Monumentality
Grant details: FZ-230902-15
Author(s): Martin Filler
Publication: The New York Review of Books
Date: 6/22/2017
Link: http://www.nybooks.com/articles/2017/06/22/louis-kahn-mystic-monumentality/

Restoring Light to the Work of Louis Kahn
Grant details: FZ-230902-15
Author(s): Inga Saffron
Publication: New York Times
Date: 4/21/2017

You Say to Brick: The Life of Louis Kahn
Grant details: FZ-230902-15
Publication: Jewish Book Council
Date: 8/9/2017

Review: 'You Say to Brick: The Life of Louis Kahn,' by Wendy Lesser
Grant details: FZ-230902-15
Author(s):
Publication: Star Tribune
Date: 3/10/2017

The Mystic
Grant details: FZ-230902-15
Author(s):
Publication: The Nation
Date: 5/18/2017

Brick By Brick, Architect Louis Kahn Gets The Biography He Deserves
Grant details: FZ-230902-15
Author(s): Julia Klein
Publication: Forward
Date: 3/11/2017
Abstract: xx
Link: http://forward.com/culture/365272/brick-by-brick-architect-louis-kahn-gets-the-biography-he-deserves/

Louis Kahn: Extraordinary architect, complex family man
Grant details: FZ-230902-15
Author(s): Philip Kennicott
Publication: Washington Post
Date: 3/9/2017
Abstract: xx
Link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/louis-kahn-extraordinary-architect-complex-family-man/2017/03/08/782d6c04-0358-11e7-b1e9-a05d3c21f7cf_story.html?utm_term=.d92717f39b30

The Dramas and Intrigues of Louis Kahn, Monumental Architect
Grant details: FZ-230902-15
Author(s): Dwight Garner
Publication: New York Times
Date: 3/7/2017
Abstract: xx
Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/07/books/review-louis-kahn-biography-you-say-to-brick-wendy-lesser.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&version=Moth-Visible&moduleDetail=inside-nyt-region-0&module=inside-nyt-region®ion=inside-nyt-region&WT.nav=inside-nyt-region&_r=1

Of Great Books and Kingdoms
Grant details: FT-51577-03
Author(s): Andrew Hadfield
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 11/28/2008

Review: A Malleable Map
Grant details: FO-50026-06
Author(s): Peter Kornicki
Publication: Reviews in History
Date: 8/1/2011
Abstract: (eJournal book review)
Link: http://www.history.ac.uk/reviews/review/1113

"Both Central and Marginal"
Grant details: FA-52196-06
Author(s): Allison Sneider
Publication: Women's Review of Books
Date: 7/1/2010
Abstract: Long review of book in premier newspaper of books by/about women.

"Elizabeth Cady Stanton"
Grant details: FA-52196-06
Publication: The New Yorker
Date: 9/28/2009

"Book Review"
Grant details: RQ-50291-07
Author(s): Charles W. Royster
Publication: Journal of Southern History 78 (February 2012): 150-51
Date: 2/1/2012
Abstract: Summary review of the most recent volumes of the Papers of George Washington, Revolutionary War Series. High praise for the content and editorial effort: the editors "have served well both Washington and those who study his career."

No Title
Grant details: RZ-50723-07
Author(s): Miklós Péti
Publication: Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Date: 9/26/2011
Link: http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2011/2011-09-50.html

"A Full View of Chavez"
Grant details: FB-56936-13
Author(s): Liza Featherstone
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Date: 3/23/2014
Abstract: Book review

Book Review
Grant details: FB-56936-13
Author(s): Eric Brazil
Publication: Sacramento Bee
Date: 3/23/2014
Abstract: Book review

Review
Grant details: FA-52588-06
Author(s): Alan Smith
Publication: Boletin de la Biblioteca de Menendez Pelayo 86
Date: 12/12/2010

Review
Grant details: FA-52588-06
Author(s): Julia Bello-Bravo
Publication: Iberoamericana 11, no. 42
Date: 6/6/2011

Review
Grant details: FA-52588-06
Author(s): William Viestenz
Publication: Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispanicos 35.2
Date: 10/10/2011

A New Nation Tests Its Strength
Grant details: FA-52663-06
Author(s): William Anthony Hay
Publication: Wall Street Journal
Date: 3/21/2012

No Title
Grant details: FT-55146-07
Author(s): C.T. Seifert
Publication: Pieter Lastman
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: frequent citation of this product within book

No Title
Grant details: FT-55146-07
Author(s): C. Scallen
Date: 3/1/2010
Abstract: Holm Bevers, Jan Kelch, and Christian Tico Seifert, eds. Rembrandt: Wissenschaft auf der Suche Rembrandt: Wissenschaft auf der Suche by Holm Bevers; Jan Kelch; Christian Tico Seifert Review by: Catherine B Scallen Renaissance Quarterly , Vol. 63, No. 1 (Spring 2010), pp. 268-270 Published by: The University of Chicago Press on behalf of the Renaissance Society of America Article DOI: 10.1086/652592 Article Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/652592
Link: http:// www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/652592

Review of WordSeer, produced by Aditi Muralidharan, Marti Hearst, and Bryan Wagner
Grant details: HD-51244-11
Author(s): Amy Earhart
Publication: Journal of Digital Humanities
Date: 4/10/2012
Abstract: The WordSeer tool, developed at the University of California, Berkley by Aditi Muralidharan and Marti Hearst with research partner Bryan Wagner, is an exploratory analysis or “sensemaking” environment for literary texts. The tool is based on an understanding of literary analysis as a cyclical, rather than a linear, process, a notion that has been underemphasized in tool development where visualizations and datamining have generally been seen as exposing the text for scholarly treatment. WordSeer allows you to read a text, search for relationships between words and phrases, examine grammatical relationships, and examine produced heat map and tree visualizations.
Link: http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/1-1/wordseer/

Review of the Accessible Future Workshop at Emory University, April 10-11, 2015
Grant details: HT-50078-13
Author(s): Anne Donlon
Publication: The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
Date: 6/4/2015
Abstract: The Accessible Future workshop urged participants to make digital material accessible to audiences with visual, aural, and cognitive disabilities, and to advocate for accessibility at our universities. The two-day meeting at Emory was the fourth such workshop offered over the past year and a half, and was funded by the National Endowment of the Humanities Office of Digital Humanities. .... Attendees at Emory included faculty, graduate students, curators, librarians, instructional designers, and an Office of Disability Services staff person. Participants entered the workshop with diverse experiences in accessibility practices and knowledge of disability studies. But, judging from reactions during the workshop, they were united in learning many new things that ranged across topics of screen readers, cognitive disability, Deaf culture, HTML, CSS, WordPress, and Omeka.
Link: https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/making-accessible-futures/

New Books
Grant details: FB-38374-03
Author(s): John Leonard
Publication: Harper's
Date: 4/1/2008
Link: http://harpers.org/archive/2008/04/0081995

Search for approval from Mann to Mann
Grant details: FB-38374-03
Author(s): Kathy Hunt
Publication: The Australian
Date: 5/3/2008
Link: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/search-for-approval-from-mann-to-mann/story-e6frg8no-1111116196525

Children of a genius
Grant details: FB-38374-03
Author(s): Allan Massie
Publication: The Spectator
Date: 4/26/2008
Link: http://www.spectator.co.uk/books/628596/children-of-a-genius.thtml

In the Shadow of the Magic Mountain
Grant details: FB-38374-03
Author(s): Ian Brunskill
Publication: The Times (of London)
Date: 5/9/2008

Reviewed in all major US Journals
Grant details: ES-23186-02
Date: 1/9/2012

Rachel Zuckert, Kant on Beauty and Biology: An Interpretation of the Critique of Judgment
Grant details: FA-37510-03
Author(s): Fred Rauscher
Publication: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Date: 2/10/2012
Abstract: Kant on Beauty and Biology is a bold and remarkable book. Zuckert takes a sweeping approach to Kant's thought while still engaging in detailed textual exegesis and debate with the secondary literature. Hardly a page goes by without reference to part of the literature (at least the English language part of it) on the various topics touched upon by her analysis. She deftly moves from issue to issue, anticipating and answering objections, to defend what to some will seem at first to be implausible claims. I am not entirely convinced of all the details, but I completed the book with a revised view of Kant's Critique of Judgment and its place in Kant's system.
Link: http://ndpr.nd.edu/news/24005-kant-on-beauty-and-biology-an-interpretation-of-the-critique-of-judgment/

Zuckert, Rachel. Kant on Beauty and Biology
Grant details: FA-37510-03
Author(s): Michael Rohlf
Publication: Review of Metaphysics
Date: 12/1/2008
Abstract: Most interpreters approach the work as a collection of separate discussions about aesthetics, various topics in the philosophy of science, and their relations to other topics in Kant's system. Many regard Kant's principle of purposiveness as too vague to impart any substantive unity to his treatment of these topics, and some argue that what coherence the work has derives from elsewhere. Rachel Zuckert, however, opposes such piecemeal approaches. Like Hannah Ginsborg and Cristel Fricke, Zuckert argues that the principle of purposiveness does provide a substantive basis for a unified interpretation, but Zuckert has written the only book that treats the entire Critique of Judgment as a unified work. She develops an original interpretation both of the principle of purposiveness and of how it unifies Kant's overall argument. It is a rich, often ingenious book that makes an important contribution to Kant studies.

Purposiveness without a Purpose
Grant details: FA-37510-03
Author(s): Alix Cohen
Publication: Metascience
Date: 7/1/2009
Abstract: There is no doubt that Zuckert achieves her aim in a way that should open up interesting debates in Kant scholarship. For, by grounding her interpretation of the concept of purposiveness without a purpose’ on Kant’s account of our judgments about organisms, Kant on Beauty and Biology should lead to a re-evaluation of traditional understandings of this concept in aesthetic judgment.

Rachel Zuckert, Kant on Beauty and Biology: An Interpretation of the Critique of Judgment
Grant details: FA-37510-03
Author(s): Robert Wicks
Publication: British Journal for the History of Philosophy
Date: 12/1/2009
Abstract: Review of above book.

Kant’s Notion of Intrinsic Purposiveness in the Critique of Judgment: A Review Essay (and an Inversion) of Zuckert’s Kant on Beauty and Biology
Grant details: FA-37510-03
Author(s): John Zammito
Publication: Kant Yearbook
Date: 1/1/2009
Abstract: Review essay.

Rachel Zuckert, Kant on Beauty and Biology: An Interpretation of the Critique of Judgment
Grant details: FA-37510-03
Author(s): Mark Fisher
Publication: Journal of the History of Philosophy
Date: 1/1/2009
Abstract: Zuckert has succeeded in providing a novel, provocative, and potentially attractive alternative to other available interpretations of the CJ. She also seems to be right about several important issues, including the importance of Kant’s criticism of the Leibnizean- Wolffian tradition in aesthetics and teleology, not only for the project of the CJ itself, but also for the historical transition in German thought from the pre-Kantian metaphysics of perfection to the post-Kantian metaphysics of the subject. Even those who agree with her general criticisms of the standard view, however, are likely to find Zuckert’s positive claims concerning Kant’s principle of judgment, and the transition in his own view of subjectivity, to be more suggestive than conclusive.

Dictionary of American Regional English, Volume V: Sl-Z
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Mieder, Wolfgang
Publication: Journal of Folklore Research
Date: 5/9/2012
Link: http://www.indiana.edu/~jofr/review.php?id=1426

On Beyond Zydeco...a "shindy" 40+ years in the making
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s):
Publication: Dictionary Society of North America Newsletter
Date: 6/1/2012
Abstract: In-depth description and review of the event in the Spring 2012 issue Vol. 36, No. 1.
Link: http://www.dictionarysociety.com/

A Bite of DARE
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s):
Publication: Lingua Franca: Blog for The Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 12/16/2013
Abstract: A blog post that touts the additional features available on Digital DARE that you can't get in the printed volumes.
Link: http://chronicle.com/blogs/linguafranca/2013/12/16/a-bite-of-dare/

DARE in the Air
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s):
Publication: Lingua Franca: Blog for The Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 12/13/2013
Abstract: a general blog post about the new Digital DARE; first impressions
Link: http://chronicle.com/blogs/linguafranca/2013/12/13/air-dare/

This American Dictionary is Full of Words You've Never Heard Before
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s):
Publication: New Republic
Date: 12/18/2013
Abstract: Applauds the triumphs of DARE, its uniqueness and historical value, but also questions the usefulness in modern times as DARE "cannot help but qualify as an achievement more archival than lexicographic" due to the evanescence of "lingo."
Link: http://www.newrepublic.com/current-issue

How to speak American
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s):
Publication: Harvard Gazette
Date: 12/4/2013
Abstract: A review/introduction to Digital DARE
Link: http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2013/12/how-to-speak-american/

Know Your Collywobbles from Your Mulligrubs
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s):
Publication: Dictionary.com Blog
Date: 3/26/2014
Abstract: favorable review of DARE
Link: http://blog.dictionary.com/dare/

E Reference
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Christine Bulson
Publication: Booklist
Date: 5/15/2014
Abstract: Positive review of Digital DARE

Mr. Northern's Reviews: Dictionary of American Regional English, Volume VI
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Sam Northern
Publication: Goodreads
Date: 6/24/2013
Abstract: Brief review of Volume VI of DARE also mentions then-upcoming launch of digital edition
Link: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/649835862

Smart Museum brings Chinese Art Back to the Future
Grant details: GI-50172-10
Author(s): Megan Anderluh
Publication: Chicago Maroon
Date: 10/8/2010
Link: http://www.chicagomaroon.com/2010/10/8/smart-museum-brings-chinese-art-back-to-the-future

A Window Opens on What Has Been Lost
Grant details: GI-50172-10
Author(s): Lori Waxman
Publication: Chicago Tribune
Date: 12/24/2010
Link: http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2010-12-24/entertainment/ct-ott-1224-galleries.review-20101224_1_naram-sin-museum-of-san-francisco-parthenon-marbles

U of Chicago project brings life to ancient Chinese relics
Grant details: GI-50172-10
Author(s): Jennifer Hou Kwong
Publication: Xinhua
Date: 1/12/2011
Link: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/culture/2011-01/12/c_13686106.htm

Eye Exam: Digital Buddha
Grant details: GI-50172-10
Author(s): Chris Miller
Publication: Newcity
Date: 1/11/2011
Link: http://art.newcity.com/2011/01/11/eye-exam-digital-buddha/

Art Historical and Technological Exploration of the Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan
Grant details: GI-50172-10
Author(s): J May Lee Barrett
Publication: Asian Art Newspaper
Date: 6/1/2011
Link: http://www.asianartnewspaper.com/issue/june-2011

CSI Xiangtangshan
Grant details: GI-50172-10
Author(s): Mark Jenkins
Publication: Washington Post
Date: 3/4/2011
Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/03/03/AR2011030300201.html

Gaining Enlightenment Through Technology
Grant details: GI-50172-10
Author(s): Lee Lawrence
Publication: Wall Street Journal
Date: 6/2/2011
Link: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303745304576357730028210592.html

The Ghost that Haunts Grant's Memoirs
Grant details: RQ-50618-12
Author(s): T.J. Stiles
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 10/13/2017
Abstract: Review of Grant's Memoirs.
Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/13/books/review/john-marszalek-personal-memoirs-of-ulysses-s-grant.html?rref=collection%2Fsectioncollection%2Fbook-review&action=click&contentCollection=review®ion=rank&module=package&version=highlights&contentPlacement=1&pgtype=sectionfronthttps://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/13/books/review/john-marszalek-personal-memoirs-of-ulysses-s-grant.html?rref=collection%2Fsectioncollection%2Fbook-review&action=click&contentCollection=review®ion=rank&module=package&versi

Speeches and Articles of Margaret Sanger: A Digital Edition
Grant details: RQ-50636-12
Date: 7/19/2016
Link: http://documentscompass.org/?digital_editions=margaret-sanger-papers

Book reviews
Grant details: RZ-20919-02
Publication: Times Literary Supplement, Choice, Slavic Review, Russian Review, Slavonic and East European Review, etc.
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FS-50012-03
Publication: Theological Studies 69.3
Date: 9/1/2008
Abstract: pp. 687-89

No Title
Grant details: FS-50012-03
Publication: The Medieval Review
Date: 6/12/2008

No Title
Grant details: FT-53274-05
Date: 1/14/2012
Link: http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6651867.html?&rid=1105906703&source=link

Journey to the Abyss
Grant details: FB-53013-07
Author(s): Benjamin Schwarz
Publication: The Atlantic
Date: 12/1/2011
Abstract: List of the five runners-up for the five best books of 2011 as announced by Benjamin Schwarz, literary editor of The Atlantic.
Link: http://http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2011/11/books-of-the-year-2011-the-runners-up/247942/

Journey to the Abyss
Grant details: FB-53013-07
Author(s): Louis Begley
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 12/25/2011
Abstract: Book review by Louis Begley in The New York Times Book Review
Link: http://http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/25/books/review/journey-to-the-abyss-the-diaries-of-count-harry-kessler-1880-1918-book-review.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all

Journey to the Abyss
Grant details: FB-53013-07
Author(s): Ian Buruma
Date: 1/12/2011
Abstract: Review by Ian Buruma of my book Journey to the Abyss
Link: http://http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2012/jan/12/catty-chronicler/?pagination=false

The Spirit and the Flesh of Hindu Law
Grant details: FA-52865-07
Author(s): Timothy Lubin
Publication: Journal of the American Oriental Society
Date: 9/1/2010
Link: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1867543

Hindu Law and Jurisprudence
Grant details: FA-52865-07
Author(s): N.R. Madhava Menon
Publication: The Hindu
Date: 5/31/2011
Link: http://www.thehindu.com/arts/books/article2065329.ece

Review of The Spirit of Hindu Law
Grant details: FA-52865-07
Author(s): David Brick
Publication: Journal of Hindu Studies
Date: 9/2/2010
Link: http://jhs.oxfordjournals.org/content/3/3/373.full.pdf+html

Review of The Spirit of Hindu Law
Grant details: FA-52865-07
Author(s): Ryan Overbey
Publication: Numen
Date: 1/1/2011
Link: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/brill/num/2011/00000058/F0020002/art00016

Review (of the book in which a revised version of the essay appeared, translated into Chinese)
Grant details: FT-56003-08
Author(s): Po FUNG
Publication: HKFA Newsletter #58
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Review of the newly published collection of articles (with English translated title CHINESE CINEMA: TRACING THE ORIGINS, but which appeared in Chinese only, editor Ain-Ling WONG, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Film Archive, 2011), in which a version of my article (Part I about Benjamin Brodsky as Trans-Pacific Film Entrepreneur) appeared in Chinese. The author, Po FUNG, singles out the essay for praise.
Link: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/ce/CulturalService/HKFA/en/4-4-58.php

Man of Words
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Unsigned
Publication: The Economist
Date: 9/24/2011
Abstract: Book review of Volume II of the Letters of Samuel Beckett.
Link: http://www.economist.com/node/21530066

Endgames, fresh starts
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Patricia Craig
Publication: The Independent
Date: 10/21/2011
Abstract: Book review of The Letters of Samuel Beckett 1941-1956, Edited by George Craig, Martha Dow Fehsenfeld, Dan Gunn and Lois More Overbeck
Link: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/reviews/the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-19411956-edited-by-george-craig-martha-dow-fehsenfeld-dan-gunn-and-lois-more-overbeck-2373427.html?origin=internalSearch

Beckett after the hostilities
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Nicholas Grene
Publication: The Irish Times
Date: 9/24/2011
Abstract: Book review of the Letters of Samuel Beckett, Volume II.
Link: http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/weekend/2011/0924/1224304647368.html

Review of Things
Grant details: FA-37649-03
Author(s): Jason Turner
Publication: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Date: 6/10/2011
Link: http://ndpr.nd.edu/news/25473-things-philosophical-papers-volume-2/

No Title
Grant details: FB-38268-03
Author(s): Matt Matsuda
Publication: H-France Review, vol. 8, no. 64
Date: 5/4/2008
Link: http://www.h-france.net/vol8reviews/vol8no64matsuda.pdf

No Title
Grant details: FB-38268-03
Author(s): Mark Burde
Publication: H-France Review, vol. 10, no.68
Date: 12/22/2011
Link: http://www.h-france.net/vol10reviews/vol10no68burde

No Title
Grant details: FB-38268-03
Author(s): Kathleen Curran
Publication: Speculum
Date: 1/1/2009
Link: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=SPC

No Title
Grant details: FB-38268-03
Author(s): Scott G. Bruce
Publication: English Historical Review CXXV
Date: 1/4/2010
Link: http://ehr.oxfordjournals.org/content/CXXV/513/466.full.pdf+html

No Title
Grant details: FB-38268-03
Author(s): Linda Seidel
Publication: College Art Association Reviews
Date: 11/18/2009
Link: http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/1353

The Second Ottoman Empire: Political and Social Transformation in the Early Modern World (review)
Grant details: RA-20216-00
Author(s): Alan Mikhail
Publication: Journal of Interdisciplinary History
Date: 1/1/2012
Abstract: The singular achievement of Tezcan's The Second Ottoman Empire is to offer the first cogent and holistic model other than decline for understanding the entirety of the period from 1580 to 1826. This book thus represents an enormous contribution to the field of Ottoman history and stands to impact more general understandings of early modernity beyond the eastern Mediterranean.
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_interdisciplinary_history/v042/42.3.mikhail.html N1

Review of Biography of an Empire: Governing Ottomans in an Age of Revolution by Christine M. Philliou
Grant details: RA-20216-00
Author(s): Hasan Kayali
Publication: The Historian
Date: 9/2/2012
Abstract: Historians of the Balkans and the Middle East have moved away in recent years from nation-centered history writing to paying attention to the region's long Ottoman past and imperial legacy. Christine M. Philliou goes one step further in employing the local vantage to shed light on late Ottoman history by examining modalities of Ottoman governance in the first half of the nineteenth century through the lens of a group of Ottoman Christians, the Phanariots.
Link: 10.1111/j.1540-6563.2012.00328_5.x

Review of Everyday Life & Consumer Culture in 18th-Century Damascus by James Grehan
Grant details: RA-20216-00
Author(s): Najwa al-Qattan
Publication: Journal of Social History
Date: 4/28/2014
Abstract: Summary and review.
Link: http://proxy.library.upenn.edu:2388/journals/journal_of_social_history/v043/43.2.al-qattan.html

Review of Everyday Life & Consumer Culture in 18th-Century Damascus by James Grehan
Grant details: RA-20216-00
Author(s): Randi Deguilhem
Publication: Journal of the American Oriental Society
Date: 4/28/2014
Abstract: Full review article covering documentary sources and historical context.
Link: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25766967

Philip Clark Welcomes the First Biography of Henry Cowell
Grant details: RO-21756-88
Author(s): Philip Clark
Publication: Gramaphone
Date: 8/1/2012
Abstract: Clark praises the book, praises Cowell, and hope this leads to a Cowell revival.
Link: http://www.gramophone.net/

Henry Cowell: A Man Made of Music
Grant details: RO-21756-88
Author(s): Ray Olson
Publication: Booklist
Date: 7/1/2012
Abstract: Praise for a book on "not just a great American musician but a great American, period" which was made possible by the archives maintained by three women in Cowell's life: his mother, his second stepmother, and his wife.
Link: http://www.booklistonline.com/Henry-Cowell-A-Man-Made-of-Music-Joel-Sachs/pid=5397373

Henry Cowell: A Man Made of Music
Grant details: RO-21756-88
Author(s): Ray Olson
Publication: Booklist
Date: 7/1/2012
Abstract: Praise for a book on "not just a great Americasn musician but a great American, period" which was made possible by the archives maintained by three women in Cowell's life: his mother, his second stepmother, and his wife.
Link: http://www.booklistonline.com/Henry-Cowell-A-Man-Made-of-Music-Joel-Sachs/pid=5397373

Review
Grant details: FT-52448-04
Author(s): G. John Ikenberry
Publication: Foreign Affairs
Date: 5/1/2010
Abstract: In this important book, Ekbladh provides one of the most compelling portraits yet of the liberal ideas that guide U.S. foreign policy. . . . Even though the liberal vision of modernization lost appeal amid the trauma of the Vietnam War, as Ekbladh's fascinating account makes clear, it remains deeply embedded in the American imagination.
Link: http://http://www.foreignaffairs.com/author/g-john-ikenberry?page=1

Review
Grant details: FT-52448-04
Author(s): Travis Nelson
Publication: Political Science Quarterly
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: [T]his is a book with a broad mandate. . . . It is a significant contribution to have such a compelling account of the overall strategic impetus of American development during, before, and after the Cold War.

Presentazione del VHL
Grant details: EE-50022-04
Author(s): Vika Zafrin
Publication: Storicamente
Date: 1/13/2012
Abstract: presentation of the VHL in Italian (based on a seminar held at Columbia University)
Link: http://www.storicamente.org/02_tecnostoria/filologia_digitale/zafrin-riva.html

American Experience: Alexander Hamilton
Grant details: GN-50300-04
Author(s): Irv Letofsky
Publication: Hollywood Reporter
Date: 7/14/2007
Abstract: "It’s solidly turned by Twin Cities Public TV in association with Middlemarch Films, as produced-directed by Muffie Meyer and smartly written by Ronald H. Blumer." - Hollywood Reporter
Link: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com

Hamilton: Passionate, puzzling founding father
Grant details: GN-50300-04
Author(s): Hal Boedeker
Publication: Orlando Sentinel
Date: 5/13/2007
Abstract: “This is no dry history lesson. This is the past presented with theatrical flourish… handsome, stylish.” — Orlando Sentinel
Link: http://www.orlandosentinel.com

Hamilton, Smeared by Scandal, Lands on $10 Bill
Grant details: GN-50300-04
Author(s): Dave Shiflett
Publication: Bloomberg News
Date: 5/14/2007
Abstract: “a captivating look at the dynamic yet flawed father of federalism” — Bloomberg
Link: http://www.bloomberg.com/

Best Free Reference Web Sites 2011 13th Annual List RUSA Emerging Technologies in Reference Section
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Publication: Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) of the American Library Association (ALA)
Date: 1/14/2012
Abstract: The SEP was included in a list of the Best Free Reference Web Sites for 2011.
Link: http://www.ala.org/rusa/sections/mars/marspubs/marsbestfreewebsites/marsbestref2011

Open Access Week video
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Author(s): Annemiek van der Kuil
Publication: Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)
Date: 9/22/2010
Abstract: A short (3:14 minute) video of Dr. Arianna Betti explaining how she uses Open Access publications in her daily work. At minute 1:35, Dr. Betti describes the SEP's publishing model.
Link: http://www.openaccessweek.org/video/the-future-is-open-access

Socrates Back on the Street: Wikipedia's Citing of the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Author(s): John Willinsky
Publication: International Journal of Communication
Date: 1/14/2012
Abstract: International Journal of Communication, Volume 2 (2008), pp. 1269--1288. A study by Prof. John Willinsky of how much entries in Wikipedia cite the SEP.
Link: http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/issue/view/2

Letters Show Early, Enthusiastic Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Joseph Losos
Publication: The St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Date: 10/23/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1, including quote from general editor Sandra Spanier and mention of entire scope of project.
Link: http://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/books-and-literature/reviews/article_c3019e7c-8027-5fc6-aa18-3e9efcbd6d29.html

The Vital Importance of Being Ernest
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Richard Davenport-Hines
Publication: The Spectator (United Kingdom)
Date: 10/22/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for UK magazine.
Link: http://www.spectator.co.uk/books/7324978/the-vital-importance-of-being-ernest-.thtml

Papa's Letters
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Brendan Kiley
Publication: The Stranger (Seattle, Washington)
Date: 10/18/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for Seattle print and online magazine.
Link: http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/papas-letters/Content?oid=10405981

The Man Who Would Be Papa
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Robert Fulford
Publication: The National Post (Canada)
Date: 10/11/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for Canadian newspaper.
Link: http://arts.nationalpost.com/2011/10/10/letters-portray-hemingway-as-ambitious-young-man/

Letters From Papa: An Unexpected Hemingway Emerges From His Correspondence
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Jennifer Howard
Publication: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 10/10/2011
Abstract: Four-page review of volume 1.
Link: http://chronicle.com/article/Hemingways-Newly-Released/129337/

The Waiting is Over
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Eithne Shortall
Publication: The Sunday Times
Date: 10/2/2011
Abstract: Book review, Letters of Samuel Beckett Volume II*
Link: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/

Work, work, work
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Edmund Gordon
Publication: The Sunday Times
Date: 10/9/2011
Abstract: Book review, Letters of Samuel Beckett Volume II
Link: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/

The Letters of Samuel Beckett, Volume 1: 1929-1940 edited by Martha Dow Fehsenfeld and Lois More Overbeck
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Michael Horovitz
Publication: The Sunday Times
Date: 4/17/2009
Abstract: Book review of The Letters of Samuel Beckett, Vol I.
Link: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/

Samuel Beckett’s Midgame
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Denis Donoghue
Publication: New York Times
Date: 10/28/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/30/books/review/samuel-becketts-midgame.html?_r=1

Book review: The Letters of Samuel Beckett Volume II: 1941-1956
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): David Sexton
Publication: The Scotsman
Date: 10/28/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.scotsman.com/the-scotsman/books/book_review_the_letters_of_samuel_beckett_volume_ii_1941_1956_1_1936576

The Letters of Samuel Beckett: Volume II, 1941-56, edited by George Craig, Martha Dow Fehsenfeld, Dan Gunn and Lois More Overbeck
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Ferdinand Mount
Publication: The Spectator
Date: 10/29/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.spectator.co.uk/books/7341988/the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-volume-ii-194156-edited-by-george-craig-martha-dow-fehsenfeld-dan-gunn-and-lois-more-overbeck.thtml

No Title
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Glyn Vincent
Publication: Huffington Post
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/glyn-vincent/whats-so-secret-about-sam_b_1037913.html?ref=books

How I dislike that play now...
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Alan Jenkins
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.the-tls.co.uk/tls/public/article812332.ece

The Letters of Samuel Beckett Volume II - review
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): David Sexton
Publication: The LondonEvening Standard
Date: 9/29/2011
Abstract: Book review of the Letters of Samuel Beckett Vol II
Link: http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/lifestyle/book/article-23992343-the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-volume-ii---review.do

The Beckett We Never Knew
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Paul Drury
Publication: The Irish Daily Mail
Date: 10/3/2011
Abstract: Book review of Letters of Samuel Beckett Vol II
Link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html

Insight into Beckett's Creative Soul
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Kevin Power
Date: 10/2/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.businesspost.ie/#!article/9cb70a08-30c6-4b77-ac74-cec5088c3f0e

The Letters of Samuel Beckett
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Michael Dirda
Publication: Washington Post
Date: 10/7/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-reviewed-by-michael-dirda/2011/10/07/gIQAKwq2fL_story.html

Beckett, un duro molto sentimentale
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Aridea Fezzi Price
Publication: Il Giornale
Date: 10/25/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.ilgiornale.it/cultura/beckett_duro_molto_sentimentale/20-10-2011/articolo-id=552606-page=0-comments=1

Samuel Beckett's Letters Reveal Roots of Resistance
Grant details: RQ-50332-08
Author(s): Benjamin Ivry
Publication: The Jewish Daily Forward
Date: 10/27/2011
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.forward.com/articles/144905/

A new view of the Maya
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): Sebastian Smee
Publication: The Boston Globe
Date: 4/4/2010
Abstract: Review of the Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea"
Link: http://pem.org/writable/resources/document/boston_globe_review_040210.pdf

Papa Exposed
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Alexandra Fuller
Publication: The Daily Beast
Date: 10/2/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1.
Link: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/10/02/ernest-hemingway-letters-expose.html

Reviews: New Books
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Larry McMurtry
Publication: Harper's
Date: 3/1/2012
Abstract: Review of volume 1 within monthly reviews column of Harper's magazine.

Ernest Hemingway: War Hero, Big-game Hunter, 'Gin-soaked Abusive Monster'
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): James Campbell
Publication: The Times Literary Supplement (UK)
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for UK publication The Times Literary Supplement.
Link: http://www.the-tls.co.uk/tls/public/article846478.ece

Review of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume I, 1907-1922
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Joseph Fruscione
Publication: The Hemingway Review
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for The Hemingway Review, Vol. 31, No. 1, Fall 2011.
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/hemingway_review/v031/31.1.fruscione.html

Easy Reader: Ernest Hemingway Writes Good Letters Home and Elsewhere, 1907-22
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): David Finkle
Publication: The Huffington Post
Date: 1/5/2012
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for the Huffington Post, Books section.
Link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-finkle/ernest-hemingway-letters_b_1186629.html?ref=books

Postal Modernism
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Michael North
Publication: Los Angeles Review of Books
Date: 1/17/2012
Abstract: Review of volume 1 along with "The Letters of Samuel Beckett: Volume 2," comparing the two writers and examining the literary aspects of Hemingway's letters.
Link: http://lareviewofbooks.org/post/16006213564/biography-sideways

Booklist Review: The Letters of Ernest Hemingay: 1907-1922
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Steve Paul
Publication: Booklist Online
Date: 10/1/2011
Abstract: Brief review of volume 1 for Booklist.
Link: http://www.booklistonline.com/The-Letters-of-Ernest-Hemingway-1907-1922-/pid=4993184

Encountering a New Hemingway through Letters, and a 'Boat'
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Jeff Simon
Publication: Buffalo News
Date: 10/17/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 along with "Hemingway's Boat."
Link: http://www.buffalonews.com/entertainment/gusto/books/book-reviews/article593598.ece

A Swell Life
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Arthur Phillips
Publication: The New York Times Book Review
Date: 11/13/2011
Abstract: New York Times book review of volume 1, as well as two other newly released books on Hemingway.

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1, 1907-22, Edited by Sandra Spanier and Robert W. Trogdon -- Review
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Sarah Churchwell
Publication: Guardian (UK)
Date: 3/9/2012
Abstract: Substantive and relatively lengthy review of volume 1 by the UK newspaper.
Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2012/mar/09/letters-of-ernest-hemingway-review?newsfeed=true

Review of Hemingway's Boat & The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1: 1907-1922
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: Oldie Review of Books (UK)
Date: 4/1/2012
Abstract: Review of volume 1, along with another book on Hemingway, by a leading UK literary magazine.

Issues For His Prose Style
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Andrew O'Hagan
Publication: London Review of Books
Date: 6/7/2012
Abstract: Review of Volume 1 for UK journal
Link: http://www.lrb.co.uk/v34/n11/andrew-ohagan/issues-for-his-prose-style

Papa's Early Screeds
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Mark Cirino
Publication: American Book Review
Date: 12/1/2013
Abstract: Review of Volume 1 for journal.
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/american_book_review/v035/35.1.cirino.html

'A Heller of a Good Writer Some Day': The Complete Edition of Hemingway's Letters Begins
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): James McNamara
Publication: Australian Book Review
Date: 2/1/2012
Abstract: Review of Volume 1 for Australian Book Review.
Link: https://www.australianbookreview.com.au/february-2012/713-sandra-spanier-and-robert-w-trogdon-edsthe-letters-of-ernest-hemingway#!

Ernest Becoming Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Jeffrey Meyers
Publication: The Yale Review
Date: 7/1/2012
Abstract: Combined review of Volume 1 and the book "Hemingway's Boat" for the Yale Review.
Link: Meyers, Jeffrey. "Ernest Becoming Hemingway." The Yale Review, Vol. 100 No. 3, July 2012: 167-180. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-9736.2012.00825.x/abstract

Mayan treasures share mystical connection to water
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): Alan Burke
Publication: The Salem News
Date: 3/26/2010
Abstract: Review of the Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" in the Lifestyles section of The Salem News, also available on www.salemnews.com
Link: http://www.salemnews.com/lifestyle/x1690090195/Mayan-treasures-share-mystical-connection-to-water?keyword=topstory

Power Plays, The Maya and the Kennedys at the Peabody Essex
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): Greg Cook
Publication: The Boston Phoenix
Date: 5/21/2010
Abstract: Review of two exhibitions at the Peabody Essex Museum: "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" and "The Kennedys / Portrait of a Family: Photographs by Richard Avedon."
Link: http://thephoenix.com/boston/arts/102334-power-plays/

The Fiery Pool
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Publication: Minerva
Date: 5/1/2010
Abstract: Review of Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" in Minerva. Minerva is the leading international publication focusing on archaeology, the antiquities markets, and exhibitions.

Peabody Essex, Massachusetts Museum, Features Rare Glimpse of Ancient Maya Culture
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): Mary Bucci McCoy
Publication: Artes Magazine
Date: 5/11/2010
Abstract: Review of the Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea in Artes Magazine, which covers fine art, architecture and design.

Sea Change
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): John Dorfman
Publication: Art & Antiques
Date: 9/1/2010
Abstract: Review of the Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" in Art & Antiques magazine, a publication for collectors of the fine and decorative arts.

Fiery Pool The Maya and the Mythic Sea
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): James Foritano
Publication: Artscope
Date: 5/1/2010
Abstract: A review of Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" in Artscope, New England's culture magazine.
Link: http://artscopemagazine.com/asdyn/index.wr?is=25&a=8

The matter of the Maya
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): Gaile Robinson
Publication: The Dallas Morning News
Date: 8/29/2010
Abstract: Review of the exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" organized by the Peabody Essex Museum on view at the Kimbell Art Museum.

No Title
Grant details: HD-51768-13
Date: 7/12/2016

Review of Traversals: The Use of Preservation for Early Electronic Writing
Grant details: HD-51768-13
Publication: Leonardo Reviews
Date: 7/1/2018
Link: https://www.leonardo.info/review/2018/07/review-of-traversals-the-use-of-preservation-for-early-electronic-writing

SAH Archipedia: Classic Buildings
Grant details: PW-51312-13
Author(s): Ronald Stigall
Publication: Reference Reviews
Date: 5/1/2014
Abstract: A review of SAH Archipedia Classic Buildings that notes its user-friendly character and its appropriateness for both professionals and nonprofessionals; recommends this resource to public libraries.
Link: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=0950-4125&volume=28&issue=2

Wil Haygood's "Showdown"
Grant details: FB-57871-13
Author(s): David Margolick
Publication: New York Times
Date: 9/14/2015
Abstract: Book review of Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court Nomination That Changed America (Knopf, 2015)
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/20/books/review/wil-haygoods-showdown-thurgood-marshall-and-the-supreme-court-nomination-that-changed-america.html?_r=0

Virtual Paul’s Cross Project: A Digital Recreation of John Donne’s Gunpowder Day Sermon
Grant details: HK-230924-15
Author(s): Brent Nelson
Publication: Early Modern Digital Review
Date: 10/7/2019
Abstract: This is a review of Virtual Paul’s Cross Project: A Digital Recreation of John Donne’s Gunpowder Day Sermon.
Link: https://emdr.itercommunity.org/index.php/emdr/article/view/65

Publisher's Weekly starred review
Grant details: FZ-231375-15
Publication: Publisher's Weekly
Date: 11/5/2018
Abstract: Industry review
Link: http://https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-06-206087-7

Book Review
Grant details: FT-52110-04
Author(s): Sebastian R. Prange
Publication: Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East
Date: 11/1/2011
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/comparative_studies_of_south_asia_africa_and_the_middle_east/summary/v031/31.2.prange.html

Book Review
Grant details: FT-52110-04
Author(s): Ulrike Freitag
Publication: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
Date: 2/1/2011
Link: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8200163

Book Review
Grant details: FT-52110-04
Author(s): John L. Meloy
Publication: International Journal of Middle East Studies
Date: 5/1/2011
Link: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8254537

Book review of Robert E. Sherwood: The Playwright in Peace and War
Grant details: FB-51668-05
Author(s): Anne Fletcher
Publication: Peace & Change
Date: 1/1/2010
Abstract: This is a book review.
Link: http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/PECH

Restless Intelligence
Grant details: FB-51668-05
Author(s): Celia Wren
Publication: American Theatre
Date: 11/1/2008
Abstract: This is a book review.

Arts and Humanities Reviews
Grant details: FB-51668-05
Author(s): Ben Malczewski
Publication: Library Journal
Date: 12/1/2007
Abstract: This is a book review which "highly recommends" the book to libraries.

Robert E. Sherwood book review
Grant details: FB-51668-05
Author(s): Michael A. Cramer
Publication: Theatre Journal
Date: 12/1/2008
Abstract: This is a book review.

Robert E. Sherwood book review
Grant details: FB-51668-05
Author(s): Robert C. Cottrell
Publication: Journal of American History
Date: 12/1/2008
Abstract: This is a book review.

Robert E. Sherwood book review
Grant details: FB-51668-05
Author(s): Fonzie D. Geary II
Publication: Theatre Survey
Date: 1/18/2012
Abstract: This is a book review.

The Enlightenment Qur'an: The Politics of Translation and the Construction of Islam (review)
Grant details: FA-51836-05
Author(s): Bridget Pupillo
Publication: MLN
Date: 9/1/2010
Abstract: The Enlightenment Qur'an is for its reader, as the Qur'an itself was for Voltaire, a good tool to think with: it provides an inspirational point of departure for further studies of intercultural exchange throughout the long eighteenth century and beyond. The lucidity, [End Page 989] timeliness and erudition of this study ensures that Elmarsafy's Enlightenment Qur'an will stand as a worthy companion to Burman's earlier contribution on Europe's fascination with the sacred text of Islam.
Link: http://http://muse.jhu.edu.ezproxy.york.ac.uk/journals/mln/v125/125.4.pupillo.html

No Title
Grant details: FA-51869-05
Author(s): Peter Thonemann
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 11/18/2010

No Title
Grant details: FA-51869-05
Author(s): C. Daniel-Hughes
Publication: Bryn Mawr Classcial Review
Date: 9/28/2010
Link: http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2010/2010-07-55.html

No Title
Grant details: FA-51869-05
Author(s): Peter Schultz
Publication: American Journal of Archaeology
Date: 4/15/2011
Link: http://www.ajaonline.org/online-review-book/897

Battling with Du Bois
Grant details: FA-52293-06
Author(s): Kwame Anthony Appiah
Publication: New York Review of Books
Date: 12/22/2011
Link: http://http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2011/dec/22/battling-du-bois/

Papa's Beginnings
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Michael C. Moynihan
Publication: Wilson Quarterly
Date: 2/21/2012
Abstract: Review of Volume 1 from academic journal Wilson Quarterly, Winter 2012, Vol. 36, No. 1
Link: http://web.ebscohost.com.ezaccess.libraries.psu.edu/ehost/detail?sid=cacf7ec7-24a5-4490-a6fd-0cbbf3baff8a%40sessionmgr13&vid=1&hid=18&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=a9h&AN=70237043

A Wack with the Axx
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): James Campbell
Publication: Times Literary Supplement (UK)
Date: 12/23/2011
Abstract: Review of Volume 1 for the TLS, published as a joint review including a review of Henrdickson's "Hemingway's Boat"
Link: http://www.the-tls.co.uk/tls/public/tlssearch.do?querystring=wack+with+the+axx§ionId=1797&p=tls

Typecasting Hemingway; or, Mine's a Corona!
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Edward Allen
Publication: Cambridge Quarterly
Date: 6/1/2013
Abstract: Review of Volume 1 from UK journal the Cambridge Quarterly.
Link: http://camqtly.oxfordjournals.org/content/42/2/183.full.pdf+html

Nonfiction Review: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume I, 1907-1922
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: Publishers Weekly
Date: 10/31/2011
Abstract: Starred review from Publishers Weekly on volume 1.
Link: http://www.publishersweekly.com/9780521897334

A Farewell to Youth
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Caroline Moorehead
Publication: Literary Review (United Kingdom)
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for UK magazine.

Intriguing Glimpse of Hemingway's Formative Years
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Dave Williamson
Publication: Winnipeg Free Press
Date: 11/26/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for Canadian newspaper.
Link: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/fyi/intriguing-glimpse-of-hemingways-formative-years-134524253.html

Remembered Ernestly
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Patrick Bishop
Publication: Standpoint (United Kingdom)
Date: 12/1/2011
Abstract: Review of volume 1 for UK magazine.
Link: http://standpointmag.co.uk/books-december-11-remembered-ernestly-patrick-bishop-letters-of-ernest-hemingway-early-years

Having a Wonderful Time
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): David McKechnie
Publication: Dublin Review of Books
Date: 6/21/2012
Abstract: Review of Volume I by this online quarterly journal based in Dublin, Ireland.
Link: http://www.drb.ie/more_details/12-06-22/Having_a_Wonderful_Time.aspx#

Autobiografie in der Gegenwartsform
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Thomas Hermann
Publication: Neue Zürcher Zeitung
Date: 7/28/2012
Abstract: Review of Volume 1 written in German for this journal based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Link: http://www.nzz.ch/aktuell/startseite/autobiografie-in-der-gegenwartsform-1.17412506

Revew: 'The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 1: 1907-1922' Show a Lively, Many-sided Papa
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Lawrence R. Broer
Publication: Tampa Bay Times
Date: 8/14/2012
Abstract: Review of Volume 1 for Florida newspaper written by professor of English at University of South Florida.
Link: http://www.tampabay.com/features/books/review-bthe-letters-of-ernest-hemingway-volume-1-1907-1922-show-a-lively/1245744

Ritratto dello Scrittore da Giovane: Fu L'Italia del Soldato Ernest a Far Grande Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Michael McDonald
Publication: Il Foglio Quotidiano
Date: 11/17/2012
Abstract: Review of Vol. 1 written in Italian, featured prominently including large color images, for Italian newspaper.

MERLOT Awards: Exemplary Learning Materials
Grant details: RQ-50531-10
Author(s): MERLOT
Publication: Multimedia Educational Resources for Learning and Online Teaching Classics Award
Date: 7/12/2011
Abstract: Awarded sole English category award for 2011. Awards for Exemplary Online Materials are presented to authors of peer-reviewed learning resources. The awards honor the authors and developers of these resources for their contributions to the academic community by conferring the MERLOT Classics Awards. Each Editorial Board selects an outstanding peer-reviewed learning material in its discipline to receive the Classics award according to program criteria. The Editors’ Council, composed of the editors of the Editorial Boards, further reviews the Classics awardees and selects among them the resource or resources they consider to be exemplary models for all disciplines.
Link: http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=90370

A New Center for Middle Eastern Studies in "Tehrangeles"
Grant details: AC-50089-11
Author(s): Amir-Mossadegh Katouzian
Date: 1/3/2012
Abstract: An interview with Nayereh Tohidi, Director of the Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies minor about the goals and significance of this new program in Southern California.
Link: http://www.radiofarda.com/content/f3_iran_study_in_california/24441152.html

Review: ‘The Golden Bride’ Walks Down the Aisle Again
Grant details: FB-58034-15
Author(s): Laura Collins-Hughes
Publication: New York Times
Date: 12/9/2015
Abstract: A farcical, tuneful romance that’s part old-fashioned musical comedy, part straight-up opera, “The Golden Bride” (“Di Goldene Kale”) is an immigrant fantasy that looks as fondly on Mother Russia as on Uncle Sam. With music by Joseph Rumshinsky, lyrics by Louis Gilrod and a libretto by Frieda Freiman — immigrants all — it was a hit when it opened in 1923. In a handsome new large-cast production, presented by the National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, it’s still deeply satisfying.
Link: http://http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/10/theater/review-the-golden-bride-walks-down-the-aisle-again.html

No Title
Grant details: FA-52293-06
Author(s): Frank M. Kirkland
Publication: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Date: 11/11/2011
Link: http://http://ndpr.nd.edu/news/27285-democracy-s-reconstruction-thinking-politically-with-w-e-b-du-bois/

Review of The Nationalization of American Political Parties, 1880-1896
Grant details: FB-52443-06
Author(s): Charles W. Calhoun
Publication: Journal of American History
Date: 6/1/2011
Link: http://jah.oxfordjournals.org/content/98/1/215.extract

Review of The Nationalization of American Political Parties, 1880-1896
Grant details: FB-52443-06
Author(s): Cedric deLeon
Publication: Political Science Quarterly
Date: 11/1/2011
Link: http://www.psqonline.org/?redir=%2Fright.php3%3Fname%3D%26expired%3D

No Title
Grant details: FB-52459-06
Author(s): Nicholas White
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 7/13/2013
Abstract: Book Review
Link: http://www.worldcat.org/title/tls-the-times-literary-supplement/oclc/2241740&referer=brief_results

No Title
Grant details: FB-52459-06
Author(s): Masha Belenky
Publication: H-France
Date: 7/1/2013
Link: http://www.h-france.net/vol13reviews/vol13no120belenky.pdf

No Title
Grant details: FB-52459-06
Author(s): Berny Sebe
Publication: French History
Date: 3/1/2014
Abstract: Book Review. French History (2014) 28 (1): 129-130.
Link: http://fh.oxfordjournals.org/

No Title
Grant details: FB-52459-06
Author(s): Chiara O'Reilly
Publication: Nineteenth-Century French Studies
Date: 12/1/2013
Link: http://www.worldcat.org/title/nineteenth-century-french-studies/oclc/46984450&referer=brief_results

Written in Blood
Grant details: FT-54883-07
Author(s): Tony Barber
Publication: Financial Times
Date: 12/9/2011
Link: http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/67877834-1d00-11e1-a26a-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1iPa2bn5H

Green bondage
Grant details: RQ-50245-07
Author(s): Phelan, Joseph
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 7/16/2010
Link: http://www.worldcat.org

Review of Leichty, Erle The Royal Inscriptions of Esarhaddon, King of Assyria (680–669 BC)
Grant details: PW-50024-08
Author(s): Paul Sanders
Publication: Review of Biblical Literature
Date: 11/26/2012
Abstract: Review of E. Leichty, The Royal Inscriptions of Esarhaddon, King of Assyria (680–669 BC). Comment from review: “I have not found any shortcomings or errors in the beautifully executed volume or in the PDF file, and I expect that the following volumes will meet the same high standard of quality.”
Link: http://www.bookreviews.org/pdf/8220_8988.pdf

Virtual Paul's Cross Online
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Author(s): John N Wall
Publication: Early Modern Commons
Date: 5/8/2013
Abstract: Announcement of the website going on line
Link: http://commons.earlymodernweb.org/703

The Humanities and the Digital Humanities
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Author(s): Geoffrey Harpham
Publication: News of the National humanities Center
Date: 10/1/2013
Abstract: Wall has created a historically accurate visualization of the scene of Donne's preaching at St Paul's Cross. His work is humanistic because it brings us to a richer and deeper encounter with the actuality of the past.
Link: http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/newsletter2013/nhcnewsfallwinter2013.pdf

Seeing John Donne Speak: The New Archive
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Author(s): Henry A. Wiencek
Publication: notevenpast.org
Date: 4/24/2014
Abstract: Through the power of computer technology, we are present as John Donne—one of England’s most renowned poetic voices—commemorates this traumatic event with a sermon paying tribute to God and King James I.
Link: https://notevenpast.org/seeing-john-donne-before-your-very-eyes-the-new-archive-no-14/

Meeting John Donne: The Virtual Paul’s Cross Project
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Author(s):
Publication: Spenser Review
Date: 10/1/2014
Abstract: The Virtual Paul’s Cross Project: A Digital Re-creation of John Donne’s Gunpowder Day Sermon attempts to reconstruct the sermon-as-delivered by providing digital acoustical and visual renditions of Donne’s Gunpowder Day sermon of November 5th, 1622, at London’s preeminent preaching spot: the outdoor station of St. Paul’s Cathedral, called Paul’s Cross. The website provides several navigational categories: educational and contextual essays; an overview of the evidence and sources for the virtual reconstruction; details about the technological process of creating the virtual experience; discussion of Donne’s sermons and preaching; analysis of the ambient factors that might environ a sermon at Paul’s Cross; an outline of the evolution of Donne’s sermons, from idea to print; and, most importantly, several modules for visualizing and hearing Donne’s sermon in context. While its digital reenactments offer many teaching and research possibilities, the VPCP’s most significant intellectual cont
Link: http://www.english.cam.ac.uk/spenseronline/review/volume-44/442/digital-projects/meeting-john-donne-the-virtual-pauls-cross-proje

The Papers of Jefferson Davis, Volume 13: 1871 - 1879
Grant details: RQ-50543-11
Author(s): John David Smith
Publication: North Carolina Historical Review
Date: 1/1/2013
Abstract: Positive review of the volume and the series.
Link: http://www.ncpublications.com/nchr/

Featured Book Review
Grant details: FA-37930-03
Author(s): SHIHAN DE SILVA JAYASURIYA
Publication: American Historical Review
Date: 1/6/2010
Abstract: Featured review of Ocean of Letters.
Link: http://www.historians.org/pubs/ahr.cfm

Micro: Region, History, Literature
Grant details: FB-38348-03
Author(s): Terrell Scott Herring
Publication: American Literary History
Date: 6/18/2010

"'It's Up to the Women': Housework and Identity in American Life"
Grant details: FB-38348-03
Author(s): Katherine J. Parkin
Publication: Gender & History
Date: 8/1/2010

Patricia J. Graham Faith and Power in Japanese Buddhist Art
Grant details: FB-38609-03
Author(s): Karen Mack
Publication: CAA.Reviews (College Art Association online reviews)
Date: 8/25/2008
Abstract: Review of book (online format only, available to subscribers only)
Link: http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/1157

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Grant details: FB-38609-03
Author(s): J. Renard
Publication: Religion and the Arts
Date: 10/1/2009
Abstract: Review, vol. 13/4 (fall 2009): 257

State of the Fields: Recent Contributions to Japanese Art History and Religious Studies
Grant details: FB-38609-03
Author(s): Pamela D. Winfield
Publication: Religious Studies Review
Date: 9/1/2010
Abstract: Faith and Power was one of six books reviewed in this article. Vol. 36/3 (September 2010): 199-205

Review: Faith and Power in Japanese Buddhist Art
Grant details: FB-38609-03
Author(s): Jonathan Ciliberto
Publication: Buddhist Art News
Date: 10/4/2010
Abstract: online journal
Link: http://buddhistartnews.wordpress.com/2010/10/04/faith-and-power-in-japanese-buddhist-art-1600-2005/

Patricia J. Graham, Faith and Power in Japanese Buddhist Art
Grant details: FB-38609-03
Author(s): Lucia Dolce
Publication: Interdisciplinary Studies in Japanese Buddhism
Date: 1/1/2009
Abstract: Vol. 8 (2009: 129-138. Text of the review in Japanese

THEATRE - Records of Early English Drama - Oxford - John R. Elliott Jr et al, editors
Grant details: RZ-20867-02
Author(s): Emma Smith
Publication: Times Literary Supplement
Date: 9/17/2011
Link: http://www.worldcat.org/title/theatre-records-of-early-english-drama-oxford-john-r-elliott-jr-et-al-editors/oclc/98336969&referer=brief_results

Reviews - Oxford (University and City), Records of Early English Drama
Grant details: RZ-20867-02
Author(s): Peter Davison
Publication: The Library
Date: 9/17/2011
Link: http://www.worldcat.org/title/reviews-oxford-university-and-city-records-of-early-english-drama/oclc/97959977&referer=brief_results

Oxford: Records of Early English Drama, edited by John R. Elliott, Alan H. Nelson, Alexandra F. Johnston, and Diana Wyatt
Grant details: RZ-20867-02
Author(s): Mark C Pilkinton
Publication: Comparative Drama
Date: 9/17/2011
Link: http://www.worldcat.org/title/oxford-records-of-early-english-drama-edited-by-john-r-elliott-alan-h-nelson-alexandra-f-johnston-and-diana-wyatt/oclc/197952837&referer=brief_results

Kent. Diocese of Canterbury
Grant details: RZ-20867-02
Author(s): Greg Walker
Publication: Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Date: 9/17/2011
Link: http://www.worldcat.org/title/kent-diocese-of-canterbury-i-introduction-the-records-alkham-to-canterbury-ii-the-records-chart-sutton-to-wormshill-religious-houses-households-county-of-kent-province-of-canterbury-diocese-of-canterbury-iii-appendixes-translations-endnotes-patrons-and-travelling-companies-glossaries-index-edited-by-james-m-gibson-records-of-early-english-drama-pp-ccxxiv301-incl-3-maps-iii302943-iii9441663-london-the-british-librarytoronto-university-of-toronto-press-2002-225-500-0-

Review: Marguerite H. Rippy, Orson Welles and the Unfinished RKO Projects: A Postmodern Perspective.
Grant details: FT-52626-04
Author(s): Matt Wanat
Publication: Screening the Past
Date: 4/18/2010
Abstract: Marguerite H. Rippy’s book on Orson Welles offers a provocative, ground-breaking, and occasionally scattered exploration of Welles’s construction as a ‘star director’ and the significance of this cultural-textual project to a variety of modern and postmodern aspects of twentieth-century media. While Rippy explicitly sets out to privilege the ‘postmodern perspective’, her book ultimately succeeds in a broader project that integrates an array of extra-diegetic and intra-diegetic concerns, some fundamentally postmodern and others perhaps not.
Link: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/screeningthepast/27/orson-welles-unfinished-rko-projects.html

AC Book Reviews
Grant details: FT-52626-04
Author(s): Jm Hemphill
Publication: American Cinematographers Online Magazine
Date: 9/1/2009
Abstract: The latest addition to the ongoing conversation about Welles is Marguerite H. Rippy’s Orson Welles and the Unfinished RKO Projects, which focuses on the director’s work in the 1940s. During that period, he made Citizen Kane and The Magnificent Ambersons, as well as the aborted It’s All True, the movie largely responsible for derailing his career in Hollywood. He also embarked on a number of lesser known productions left unfinished but which offer key insights into his working methods, thematic preoccupations and enduring legacy in American filmmaking.
Link: http://www.theasc.com/book_reviews/September2009/index.php

Cinema Book Reviews
Grant details: FT-52626-04
Author(s): Chris Pallant
Publication: Southwestern Journal of Cultures
Date: 10/19/2009
Abstract: Orson Welles and the Unfinished RKO Projects: A Postmodern Perspective proves a useful addition to film scholarship, particularly in its dissection of the Wellesian star persona. Divided into four chapters, Rippy’s study details the unfinished Life of Christ, Heart of Darkness, and It’s All True RKO projects, while also spending time discussing Welles’s early radio work, his First Person Singular performances, and the completed Citizen Kane (1941).
Link: http://southwestjournalofculturescinema.blogspot.com/2009/10/orson-welles-and-unfinished-rko.html

same
Grant details: FT-52677-04
Publication: Choice
Date: 10/1/2011

Mrs. Durham's Discipline: Race, Nation, and American Literary History's Spots
Grant details: FB-52999-07
Author(s): Evan Carton
Publication: American Literary History
Date: 10/16/2011
Abstract: [B]reathtaking…. Lemire’s meticulous and inspired archival research shows that “Concord, Massachusetts, of all places, was a slave town.”… Lemire, who grew up in the “privileged, leafy” neighboring town of Lincoln, generously describes her project as an attempt “to finish what Thoreau had started: the history of slavery in the place we both called home.” Imaginative and moral generosity, to both the black and the white eighteenth- and early-nineteenth century Concordians whose intimately entangled fortunes she chronicles, is a hallmark of her study. At the same time, Lemire is clear-eyed and clear-voiced about the facts and meanings of inter-racial Concord’s “long and brutal history.”… [E]legant writing and thinking… challenging and ethical historical criticism.
Link: http://alh.oxfordjournals.org/content/23/4/828.full.pdf+html

Black Walden
Grant details: FB-52999-07
Author(s): Douglas R. Egerton
Publication: The History Teacher
Date: 2/1/2010
Abstract: Rendered forever famous by its most celebrated author, the woods around Walden Pond had shielded other sorts of refugees long before Henry David Thoreau built his cabin there in 1845. In discussing the open green spaces then admired by Concord's residents, Thoreau devoted a chapter of his book to the former slaves who had been driven to the village's margins and cultivated small patches by the pond. Elise Lemire aptly notes that these "green spaces began as black spaces" (p. 12). The small community of enslaved men and women—together with the equally small number of wealthy whites who owned them on the eve of the American Revolution—is the subject of this slim but passionate and elegantly written study…
Link: http://www.thehistoryteacher.org/

Black Walden
Grant details: FB-52999-07
Author(s): Linck Johnson
Publication: New England Quarterly
Date: 6/1/2010
Abstract: ....Through assiduous research, she [Lemire] has tracked the lives of many of those [Concord] slaves and their almost equally forgotten masters. The arc of her graceful narrative is shaped by the “intertwined lives” of the wealthy landowner John Cuming (Thoreau’s “Squire Cummings”) and Brister Freeman, his slave for twenty-five years (p. 13)… Lemire has genuinely enriched our understanding not only of the history of Concord but also of the country for which that fabled town still so often stands.
Link: http://www.mitpressjournals.org/toc/tneq/83/2

Black Walden
Grant details: FB-52999-07
Author(s): Richard Klayman
Publication: American Nineteenth Century History
Date: 4/30/2010
Abstract: This interesting book seeks to explore and explain the web-like impact of slavery in the history of Concord, Massachusetts, and it does so with great skill. The author succeeds in bringing to life a small but, as she explains, significant population of African Americans in a community deeply connected to the origins of the American Revolution and the intellectual life of antebellum America. Navigating between local history and national trends, Lemire provides a depth of understanding about slavery's relationship to economic and social mobility. Her perceptive comments about architecture, furniture, and other arts provides for a most perceptive unearthing of a place and its people, including its African Americans residents who have been greatly unknown. In particular, Lemire seeks to demonstrate that “Concord, Massachusetts, of all places, was a slave town. From its founding in 1635 until after the Revolution, enslaved men and women helped to build what would become New England's most s
Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14664651003617048

No Title
Grant details: FB-53233-07
Publication: H-France
Date: 1/24/2012
Link: http://www.h-france.net/vol11reviews/vol11no85Aldrich.pdf

The political side of music history in San Francisco
Grant details: FA-53011-07
Author(s): Stephen Smoliar
Publication: San Francisco Examier
Date: 12/27/2011
Abstract: Smoliar reviews and praises the book. One notable paragraph: "Through argumentation she establishes a claim and then sets about to marshal evidence to support the claim, summing up her findings in her final chapter just as a lawyer would deliver a closing statement. However, through exposition she embeds her evidence in a rich context of people, places, and things that fleshes out her reasoning and elevates it beyond the objective abstractions of mere logic. That context is then elaborated through a rich command of descriptive language (mastering what I have always believed is the most challenging of the text types). Finally, to emphasize that all of this involves “thinking in time,” she delivers the whole package with all the storytelling qualities of a good narrative."
Link: http://www.examiner.com/classical-music-in-san-francisco/the-political-side-of-music-history-san-francisco

History and Insight: Music and Politics in San Francisco
Grant details: FA-53011-07
Author(s): Gereben, Janos
Publication: San Francisco Classical Voice
Date: 10/7/2011
Abstract: SF Classical Voice is an on-line classical music magazine. Gereben praises the book, which was just released a few days earlier. One notable quote: "Few histories or musicological studies provide as lively and entertaining reading as Music and Politics. Years of extensive research — through interviews, newspapers, archives — resulted in a mother lode of data, but the marvel of Miller's book is how she makes all that information coalesce in a colorful, memorable narrative. Besides many "scoops" of hitherto unknown or little facts, and impressive scholarly exposition, Miller offers such quirky connections between music and Chinatown, Henry Hadley, Henry Cowell, Harry Partch, Ernest Bloch, and Lou Harrison."
Link: http://www.sfcv.org/reviews/history-and-insight-music-and-politics-in-san-francisco

Musical Politics in Old San Francisco
Grant details: FA-53011-07
Author(s): Ivry, Benjamin
Publication: The Jewish Daily Forward
Date: 1/13/2012
Abstract: A strong review of the book, emphasizing Jewish figures discussed in it.
Link: http://blogs.forward.com/the-arty-semite/149551/

Miller, Music and Politics in San Francisco
Grant details: FA-53011-07
Author(s): W. K. Kearns
Publication: Choice
Date: 3/1/2012
Abstract: Strong review with evaluation a "highly recommended" for lower-division undergrads through faculty and professionals, as well as for general readers.
Link: http://www.cro2.org

Review of Luke and Kersel, U.S. Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology: Soft Power, Hard Heritage
Grant details: RA-50078-09
Author(s): Lieve Van Hoof
Publication: Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Date: 8/28/2013
Abstract: review article
Link: http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2013/2013-08-28.html

Review of The Papers of George Washington. Revolutionary War Series, Vol. 21 (1 June-31 July 1779)
Grant details: RQ-50688-12
Author(s): Harold E. Selesky
Publication: The Journal of Military History, Vol. 77, No. 3, pp. 1108-10
Date: 7/1/2013
Abstract: Selesky favorably reviews the content and editing of this scholarly edition, observing, "we learn as much as we will likely ever know about Washington's management of his army at this point in the war." Selesky concludes: "I admire and respect the monumental task the Washington editors have accomplished in making the man come alive."

Art Review: Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World, LACMA
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Author(s): Christopher Knight
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Date: 11/30/2011
Abstract: In 1910 a California company produced a tourist postcard showing a flatbed railroad car rumbling across the sun-drenched Golden State, hauling just two strawberries. Each fruit was roughly the size of a pachyderm. The picture is an early example of what soon became a flood of promotional images that cast the place as an exotic but industrious region of unimaginable wonders. Mars always needs women, but early 20th century California needed to attract people too. A picture of gargantuan strawberries might not be taken literally by the postcard's bemused recipient, but the enticing enthusiasm of its message was clear. Although the "big berries" pitch today appears quaint, it was hardly unprecedented. Not by a long shot. About 125 years before, similar representations were made in Ecuador. At the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, a large and engrossing new show includes four big canvases painted in 1783 by Vicente Albán. Just a few of the 181 rarely traveled works assembled for
Link: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2011/11/art-review-contested-visions-spanish-colonial-lacma.html

LACMA's Ilona Katzew muses on the worlds of Contested Visions
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Author(s): Reed Johnson
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Date: 12/12/2011
Abstract: While coming of age as a Mexico City teenager, Ilona Katzew used to skip school to hang out in the capital's ornate Baroque churches and treasure-stuffed museums. The experience was an education in itself, a sensory immersion in the soul of a city that was a teeming metropolis decades before Columbus set foot in the New World. "Growing up in Mexico City I was always aware of the culture around me," Katzew said during a recent interview at LACMA, where she serves as department head of Latin American art. "It was just something that I had in me, for better or for worse." Katzew has put that background to work repeatedly at LACMA with several popular, academically impressive shows that bridge antique and modern sensibilities. They include "Casta Painting: Images of Race in Eighteenth-Century Mexico" in 2004, and "The Arts in Latin America: 1492-1820," a 2007 production that Times art critic Christopher Knight dubbed a "landmark" for revealing both the ornamental pomp and "trippy" in
Link: http://www.latimes.com/la-ca-contested-visions-20111211,0,3980290.story

2011 Year in Review: Best in Art
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Author(s): Christopher Knight
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Date: 12/15/2011
Abstract: In chronological order of their opening, these are the nine California museum shows, plus one show that could have been, that I enjoyed most in 2011 (the final three are still on view): Charles Garabedian: A Retrospective, Santa Barbara Museum of Art. An innovator in the return to national prominence of figurative painting more than 30 years ago, Garabedian took his place among the best painters Los Angeles has produced. Thomas Gainsborough and the Modern Woman, San Diego Museum of Art. A concise gem of a show that demonstrated how the British artist’s pictures of women, many of them performers, underscored the theatrical power of Gainsborough’s own dazzling brush. William Leavitt: Theater Objects, Museum of Contemporary Art. After 40 years of making mass media-inflected paintings and installations that hummed along just below the larger public radar, Leavitt stepped forward in a retrospective survey that had the quiet force of revelation. Paris: Life & Luxury in the 18th Cen
Link: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2011/12/2011-year-in-review-best-in-art.html

WS Review
Grant details: FA-53487-07
Author(s):
Publication: Women's Studies
Date: 10/1/2013
Abstract: Review of Women's Poetry & Popular Culture in the journal Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal.
Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00497878.2013.830539#.Uz3RzvldX_F

"P&PC Book Review: Women's Poetry and Popular Culture, by Marsha Bryant"
Grant details: FA-53487-07
Author(s): Mike Chasar
Publication: Poetry & Popular Culture
Date: 1/19/2012
Abstract: Graphics-rich, favorable review in a widely-read blog in the poetry & poetics community. Recently picked up on Silliman's Blog.
Link: http://mikechasar.blogspot.com/2012/01/p-book-review-womens-poetry-and-popular.html

A Republic of Letters
Grant details: FB-53614-08
Author(s): Robert Darnton
Publication: New York Times Book Review
Date: 8/20/2010
Abstract: Review
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/22/books/review/Darnton-t.html?scp=1&sq=hyde%20darnton&st=cse

Our shrinking commons
Grant details: FB-53614-08
Author(s): Mark Kramer
Publication: Minneapolis Star Tribune
Date: 8/14/2010
Abstract: Review
Link: http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/books/100577369.html

List of Major Reviews
Grant details: FB-53614-08
Author(s): Many
Publication: Lewis Hyde's Website
Date: 1/1/2011
Abstract: Website inventory of more reviews
Link: http://lewishyde.com/publications/common-as-air/comments-reviews--3

Chinese Cinema: Tracing the Origins
Grant details: FA-56087-11
Author(s): Po Fung
Publication: HFKA Newsletter 58
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Pg. 10-13, available by request of Prof. Curry.

Meet the Earthworks Builders
Grant details: HD-51348-11
Author(s): New Media Consortium
Publication: Horizon Report K-12, 2012
Date: 1/1/2012
Abstract: 2012 horizon report - k12, p. 24
Link: http://www.nmc.org/publications/2012-horizon-report-k12

No Title
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Publication: 2004 Farmers' Almanac
Date: 1/1/2003

Dictionary of American English. Vol. 4, P-Sk.
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Richard W. Bailey
Publication: Journal of English Linguistics
Date: 12/1/2003

Life among the lexicographers
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Joseph M. Romero
Publication: Humanities
Date: 3/1/2004
Link: http://www.neh.gov/news/humanities/2004-03/lexicographers.html

Dictionary of American Regional English, vol. IV
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Terry K. Pratt
Publication: Canadian Journal of Linguistics
Date: 3/1/2004

Uncle Tom's Cabin and the Reading Revolution
Grant details: FB-50005-03
Author(s):
Publication: Kritikon Litterarum
Date: 3/2/2012
Abstract: "One of the major accomplishments of Barbara Hochman's latest work,"Uncle Tom's Cabin" and the Reading Revolution, is that her painstaking visual and textual analysis demonstrates beyond a doubt that the form and meaning of a classic novel change over time, very often though deliberate decisions on the part of publishers, illustrators, and other cultural arbiters."

Uncle Tom's Cabin and the Reading Revolution
Grant details: FB-50005-03
Author(s):
Publication: Journal of American Studies
Date: 8/14/2012
Abstract: "In Uncle Tom's Cabin and the Reading Revolution Barbara Hochman provides a thought-provoking, meticulously researched, elegantly written account of the changes in the reception – the transformation in the cultural meaning – of Uncle Tom's Cabin over six decades"
Link: http://jwww.ournals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8665452

DAS GÄNSEBUCH (THE GEESE BOOK) German Medieval Chant
Grant details: RZ-50071-03
Author(s): David Vernier
Publication: Classics Today
Date: 2/1/2012
Link: http://http://www.classicstoday.com/review.asp?ReviewNum=9052

The Geese Book
Grant details: RZ-50071-03
Publication: The Guardian
Date: 3/6/2005

The Geese Book. German Medieval Chant
Grant details: RZ-50071-03
Publication: The Independent
Date: 6/18/2005

The Geese Book. German Medieval Chant
Grant details: RZ-50071-03
Author(s): Jerome Weber
Publication: Fanfare
Date: 11/1/2005
Abstract: “The Schola Hungarica is every bit as brilliant as ever. Their trademark fast tempos, semiological interpretations, and alternation among men, women, and boys make the chants always fresh and vivid [...]. This disc will have a permanent place among chant recordings of unique significance. Don`t pass it by .”(Jerome Weber)

The Geese Book. German Medieval Chant
Grant details: RZ-50071-03
Author(s): Ivan Moody
Publication: Early Music
Date: 1/1/2006
Abstract: “I have long admired Schola Hunbarica`s forthright, steel-toned chant singing, and this recording proves to be no disappointment...” (Ivan Moody)

The Geese Book. German Medieval Chant
Grant details: RZ-50071-03
Author(s): Johan van Veen
Publication: MusicWeb
Date: 3/6/2006
Abstract: “Considering the historical importance of this repertoire and the quality of both music and performance I recommend this disc to anyone interested in liturgical music.” (Johan van Veen)

DAS GÄNSEBUCH (THE GEESE BOOK) German Medieval Chant
Grant details: RZ-50071-03
Publication: Fono Forum, Germany
Date: 11/1/2005
Abstract: “In den sehr gerade und schlank geführten Stimmen der Schola Hungarica haben die kunstvollen Gesänge ihre idealen Interpreten gefunden.”

DAS GÄNSEBUCH (THE GEESE BOOK) German Medieval Chant
Grant details: RZ-50071-03
Author(s): Carsten Niemann
Publication: Rondo
Date: 12/12/2005
Abstract: “Die Schola Hungarica bietet die einstimmigen Messgesänge in einer vergleichsweise frischen und zupackenden Interpretation, wobei besonders die kluge Mischung der hohen Stimmen überzeugt: in die historisch korrekten Kinderstimmen mischen sich bruchlos einige Frauenstimmen, die, da heute der Stimmbruch früher erfolgt als um 1500, dem Klang die nötige Fülle und Reife verleihen.” (Carsten Niemann)

[untitled review]
Grant details: FT-51529-03
Author(s): Philip Levy
Publication: The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
Date: 2/10/2014
Abstract: Review
Link: http://www.personal.psu.edu/bcj/Reviews/

[brief untitled review]
Grant details: FT-51529-03
Publication: Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing
Date: 10/24/2014
Abstract: Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing Volume 35, 2014 | http://www.scholarlyediting.org/2014/essays/ review.recenteditions2014.html
Link: http://www.scholarlyediting.org/2014/essays/ review.recenteditions2014.html

[untitled review]
Grant details: FT-51529-03
Author(s): Bradford J. Wood
Publication: Bradford J. Wood, untitled review, William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser. 71 2 (April 2014), pp. 304-306
Date: 10/24/2014
Link: http://www.personal.psu.edu/bcj/Reviews/wmq.pdf

"Locating Early America,"
Grant details: FT-51529-03
Author(s): Thomas Hallock
Publication: American Literary History, 26, 3 (September 2014): 1-10.
Date: 10/24/2014
Abstract: Review essay.
Link: http://www.personal.psu.edu/bcj/Reviews/

Paolo Mantegazza, _The Year 3000. A Dream_
Grant details: FA-52436-06
Author(s): Gabriella Romani
Publication: Annali d'italianistica
Date: 1/10/2011
Abstract: Book review of Nicoletta Pireddu's annotated edition of and extensive introduction to Paolo Mantegazza's _The Year 3000. A Dream_.
Link: http://www.ibiblio.org/annali/toc/2011.html

American Quarterly, CHOICE, Journal of American History, Journal of American Studies,
Grant details: FA-52784-06
Publication: Journal of Southern History, Triquarterly Review
Date: 12/21/2011

Books: Inventing Indigenous Archaeology
Grant details: FT-54956-07
Author(s): Sarah Neusius
Publication: Archaeology Magazine
Date: 3/1/2010
Link: http://www.archaeology.org/1003/trenches/books.html

Book Review
Grant details: FT-54956-07
Author(s): Ashley Atkins
Publication: American Antiquity
Date: 1/1/2011

Waiting for Guinness: playwright Beckett’s regret over career choice
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Dalya Alberge
Publication: The Sunday Times (London)
Date: 9/14/2016
Abstract: Review of Volume IV.
Link: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/waiting-for-guinness-playwright-becketts-regret-over-career-choice-f8k2h3s7z

Highlight of Stay So Far
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Stefan Collini
Publication: London Review of Books
Date: 12/1/2016
Abstract: Book review magazine
Link: http://www.lrb.co.uk/v38/n23/stefan-collini/highlight-of-stay-so-far

The Letters of Samuel Beckett 1966-1989 – digested read
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): John Crace
Publication: The Guardian
Date: 9/25/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/sep/25/the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-1966-1989-digested-read

The Letters of Samuel Beckett 1966-1989 review: 30 years of extraordinary work
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Nicholas Grene
Publication: The Irish Times
Date: 10/8/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-1966-1989-review-30-years-of-extraordinary-work-1.2807623

When Larry Met Sammy
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Brian Morton
Publication: Scottish Review of Books
Date: 11/18/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: https://www.scottishreviewofbooks.org/2016/11/when-larry-met-sammy/

An emotional farewell from Ireland's master of existential doom
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): J.P. O'Malley
Publication: The Sunday Independent (Dublin)
Date: 10/10/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.independent.ie/entertainment/books/book-reviews/an-emotional-farewell-from-irelands-master-of-existential-doom-35112807.html

Sam-I-am's final act
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): David Womersley
Publication: Standpoint Magazine
Date: 11/1/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.standpointonline.co.uk/books-november-2016-david-womersley-samuel-beckett-letters

Beckett Plays Beckett
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Fintan O'Toole
Publication: New York Review of Books
Date: 11/24/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.nybooks.com/articles/2016/11/24/beckett-plays-beckett-letters/

The Letters of Samuel Beckett 1966-1989 review – a ‘long farewelling’
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Chris Power
Publication: The Guardian
Date: 10/19/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/oct/19/the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-1966-1989-review

Samuel Beckett’s letters reveal a fiercely private workoholic
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Ian Sansom
Publication: The Spectator
Date: 10/1/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/10/samuel-becketts-letters-reveal-a-fiercely-private-workoholic/

The Letters of Samuel Beckett: Volume IV: 1966-1989 edited by George Craig, Martha Dow Fehsenfeld, Dann Gunn and Lois More Overbeck - review
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): David Sexton
Publication: The Evening Standard
Date: 9/15/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/books/the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-volume-iv-19661989-edited-by-george-craig-martha-dow-fehsenfeld-dann-a3346171.html

The Letters of Samuel Beckett Volume IV review - 'I work on'
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Christopher Taylor
Publication: Financial Times
Date: 10/1/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: https://www.ft.com/content/46321286-863f-11e6-a29c-6e7d9515ad15

Books: The Letters of Samuel Beckett Vol 4: 1966-1989
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): John Walsh
Publication: The Times
Date: 9/25/2016
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/books-the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-vol-4-1966-1989-ed-georgecraig-

Review of book
Grant details: FA-37700-03
Author(s): Robert Olson
Publication: American Historical Review
Date: 1/4/2011
Abstract: book review

Out with the fez and into the EU
Grant details: FA-37700-03
Author(s): Simon Ross Valentine
Publication: Church Times
Date: 4/15/2011
Abstract: book review

200 Years of Islam and Politics in Turkey
Grant details: FA-37700-03
Author(s): na,
Publication: Today's Zaman
Date: 2/26/2011
Abstract: book review
Link: http://www.todayszaman.com

No Title
Grant details: FA-37770-03
Author(s): Jarel Hulbert
Publication: Notes
Date: 9/1/2008
Abstract: “With his publication of Johann Nepomuk Hummel: A Musician’s Life and World, Mark Kroll has filled an important gap in the literature.” “Kroll’s biography…has the distinction of being the first English-language biography on Hummel’s life and career from birth to death.” “Substantial documentation and commentary in the form of endnotes rounds out the chapter (and each subsequent one).” “…its undeniable status as the only English-language biography on Hummel makes it an extremely important addition to any library with a music collection. It should prove useful to anyone interested in Hummel or in any one of the composers among his circle of friends and associates.”

"Official Musics"
Grant details: FA-37990-03
Author(s): Robert C. Lagueux
Publication: voiceXchange
Date: 9/30/2009
Abstract: From final paragraph: "The book’s title, though, captures the most significant contribution of this book. By considering the relationship among tone-system, mode, and notation over nine centuries, from Martianus to Marchetto, Atkinson powerfully illustrates the benefit of an integrative approach to scholarship: one that harnesses a scrupulous attention to detail in the service of a larger context. The Critical Nexus will change the way we think about music theory and notation, certainly, and it should also serve as a model for future study."
Link: https://letterpress.uchicago.edu/index.php/voicexchange/

"Book Review"
Grant details: FA-37990-03
Author(s): Stefano Mengozzi
Publication: The Journal of Musicological Research
Date: 4/30/2009
Abstract: Last paragraph: "The book has been very carefully edited and beautifully produced; its abundance of illustrative material (tables, graphs, musical examples, and facsimiles) renders Atkinson’s prose all the more enjoyable to read. Although it is possible to take issue with some of its conclusions, The Critical Nexus should be required reading not just for chant specialists and medievalists, but also for anyone interested in the history of the conceptualization of musical space in Western culture."
Link: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/01411896.asp

Revew
Grant details: FA-37990-03
Author(s): John Caldwell
Publication: Music and Letters
Date: 5/30/2010
Abstract: Last paragraph: "This important book is of a kind to stimulate one’s thoughts about the inherent nature of medieval chant and to provoke discussions about contested issues; above all, however, it presents in all its wealth of detail the evidence for the remarkable story of the earliest developments in the history of Western art music."
Link: http://ml.oxfordjournals.org/

Book Review
Grant details: FA-37990-03
Author(s): Pieter Mannaerts
Publication: Music Library Association NOTES
Date: 3/30/2010
Abstract: Last paragraph: "A modest book review cannot possibly convey the richness of a study such as The Critical Nexus. Charles Atkinson analyzes his sources with wonderful precision and constructs his argument with great clarity, always careful to do justice to the authors, to highlight their specific contributions, and to show the evolution of the recurrent Leitmotive throughout this fascinating history. All readers, regardless of their level of specialization, will find their understanding both broadened and deepened. To be sure, this is a work that merits to become a classic, that deserves to be read and reread, studied and discussed among students and scholars time and again, and is therefore highly recommended to all musicologists and libraries."
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/not/

"Reviews"
Grant details: FA-37990-03
Author(s): Joseph Dyer
Publication: Plainsong and Medieval Music
Date: 3/30/2010
Abstract: First paragraph: "As promised by the title, this book traces a ‘nexus’ of interrelated themes – harmonic space, its division into smaller units according to varied patterns of tones and semitones, attempts to reconcile an inherited tone-system with a repertoire created outside its ambit, and endeavours to endow the melodies with visual shape. As the author acknowledges, the foundations of this book, much of which has to do with tracing the sometimes shifting meaning of terms, had already been laid in previous articles on the polyvalent terminology of medieval music theory. Two of the most important terms were clarified in Atkinson’s masterly articles ‘Modus’ and ‘Tonos/ tonus’ for the Handwörterbuch der musikalischen Terminologie (1996 and 2005). Large portions of the present book are taken up with similarly astute analyses of musical and grammatical terminology."
Link: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=PMM

"Reviews"
Grant details: FA-37990-03
Author(s): Rebecca Maloy
Publication: Speculum, a Journal of Medieval Studies
Date: 1/30/2011
Abstract: last paragraph: "An especially valuable contribution of The Critical Nexus is its engagement with Alia musica. This group of treatises is perhaps best known for conflating the modes of Boethius, based on octave species, with the church modes familiar to singers. Because its enigmatic text and the lack of an available translation have hindered the full recognition of Alia musica in general music histories, Atkinson’s explanation of its contents is indispensable in itself. More important, however, is his new hypothesis about the chronology of the various layers, based on manuscript and textual evidence. Whereas Jacques Chailley had posited three authors and placed the completion of the treatise in the early tenth century, Atkinson finds four main authors, the last working in the late tenth or early eleventh century. As he makes clear, the most lasting contribution of the fourth author was to show that the plagal and authentic modes were distinguished by the relative positions of their co
Link: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=SPC

Review of Charles M. Atkinson, The Critical Nexus: Tone-System, Mode, and Notation in Early Medieval Music (Oxford University Press, 2009)
Grant details: FA-37990-03
Author(s): Jeremy Grall
Publication: Music Theory Online
Date: 7/30/2011
Abstract: Second paragraph: "The Critical Nexus seeks to clarify the hazy transition from early Greek music theories of the Greater and Lesser Perfect systems to the early medieval tonal, modal, and notational systems. The book draws various early theoretical treatises together and presents them in an accessible, unified study. Atkinson is particularly successful in navigating the period sources and tracing the lineage of changing definitions and problems of translation. The great virtue of the book is that it is at once the most comprehensive and the most intelligible treatment of early tone theory to date. Atkinson’s scholarship is thorough throughout and he shows an admirable sensitivity to the balance between theory and practice. One gets the impression that this book was both a labor of love and the type of work that only comes out of decades of deliberation."
Link: http://www.mtosmt.org/issues/mto.11.17.2/toc.17.2.html

No Title
Grant details: FB-38683-03
Publication: Renaissance Quarterly
Date: 6/1/2006

No Title
Grant details: FB-38683-03
Publication: Sixteenth Century Journal
Date: 1/1/2007

No Title
Grant details: FB-38683-03
Publication: The Heythrop Journal
Date: 12/1/2007

No Title
Grant details: FB-38683-03
Publication: Forum Italicum
Date: 1/1/2007

No Title
Grant details: FB-38683-03
Publication: Italian Quarterly
Date: 1/1/2007

Book review
Grant details: FT-51732-03
Author(s): Erin Griffin
Publication: Studies in American Indian Literatures 21.4 (Winter 2009): 90-93
Date: 10/1/2009
Abstract: The U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 is a topic that has been greatly contested and analyzed through the years and continues to garner attention as new perspectives enter the debate. Kathryn Zabelle Derounian- Stodola, professor of English at the University of Arkansas, explores this topic through an analysis of captivity narratives in The War in Words: Reading the Dakota Conflict through the Captivity Literature. Derounian-Stodola’s interest in the subject was fostered by her part-time residence in the northern Minnesota lake country, by family in St. Paul, and through prior work with captivity narratives in The Indian Captivity Narrative, 1550–1590, coauthored with James A. Levernier (1993), and Women’s Indian Captivity Narratives (1998). Providing background in her methodology, the history of the war, and an analysis of twenty-four captivity narratives of both Book Reviews 91 Euroamericans and Native Americans, Derounian-Stodola offers another view of the events of 1862. The main argument th

Book review
Grant details: FT-51732-03
Author(s): Linda M. Clemmons
Publication: South Dakota History Vol. 40 No. 2 (Summer 2010): 197-98
Date: 6/1/2010
Abstract: In The War in Words: Reading the Dakota Conflict through the Captivity Literature, Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola analyzes twentyfour captivity narratives— both published and unpublished— from the Dakota War of 1862. She uses these narratives to address issues of “ethnicity, identity, war, memory, and narrative” (p. 2). The 1862 war lasted only six weeks and is generally overshadowed by the country’s Civil War. Despite its short duration, the war was, and still is, highly controversial, with both Dakotas and European Americans telling radically different stories about the conflict. Derounian-Stodola uses captivity narratives to explore this divisive war from multiple perspectives. The resulting text offers an invaluable contribution to those interested in Dakota, American Indian, and Minnesota history, as well as information about captivity narratives in general. The first several chapters of the book provide a brief introduction to Dakota captivity narratives and the events of the

Book review
Grant details: FT-51732-03
Author(s): Randi Lynn Tanglen
Publication: Western American Literature 45.2 (Summer 2010): 214-17
Date: 6/1/2010
Abstract: Book review
Link: http://0-muse.jhu.edu.iii-server.ualr.edu/journals/western_american_literatu

Book review
Grant details: FT-51732-03
Author(s): Lucy Maddox
Publication: American Literature Vol. 82 No. 3 (2010): 239-41
Date: 9/1/2010
Abstract: Book review

Book review
Grant details: FT-51732-03
Author(s): Katrin Fischer
Publication: Amerikastudien (American Studies: A Quarterly) Vol. 55 No. 3 (Winter 2010): 532-55
Date: 12/1/2010
Abstract: Quotation from the review, "“The War in Words is an alluringly complex study, stimulating in many ways. A work of magisterial scholarship, it also comes across as a work of love. Due to Derounian-Stodola’s characteristically clear prose, it is extremely readable and eye-opening. . . .”

Book review
Grant details: FT-51732-03
Author(s): Wendy Lucas Castro
Publication: Southwest Journal of Cultures
Date: 1/1/2009
Abstract: The War in Words: Reading the Dakota Conflict through the Captivity Literature By Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, May 2009. Cloth: ISBN 978-0-8032-1370-8, 2009, $60. 398 pages. Review by Wendy Lucas Castro, University of Central Arkansas In The War in Words, Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola uses twenty-four captivity narratives in what she describes as “part literary history, part textual analysis, part historiography, and part cultural contextualization” (1) to examine the Dakota War of 1862. Not only does she utilize these narratives to discuss a single war, an innovative approach which could easily be used to study other Euro-Indian wars; Derounian-Stodola also draws on Anglo, German, and Indian (including mixed-blood) narratives who were either eyewitnesses or participants. These narratives are supplemented with biographical and archival evidence, including unpublished letters and coverage of the war in local newspapers to supplement detai
Link: http://southwestjournalofculturesnativeameri.blogspot.com

Book review
Grant details: FT-51732-03
Author(s): Theresa Gregor
Publication: American Indian Culture and Research Journal Vol. 34 No. 4 (2010): 141-44
Date: 10/1/2010
Abstract: The American Indian captivity narrative occupies a contested space in Native/American literature. On the one hand, many American Literature scholars believe that the production of the captivity narrative marked the beginning of a new original ?American? literary tradition. The so-called ?birth? of the American colonial captivity narrative with the publication of Mary White Rowlandson’s The Sovereignty and Goodness of God (1682) features the harrowing experiences of a white captive held hostage by ?savage? Wampanoag captors. The genre eventually evolved to encompass a wide range of diverse narrative styles of fiction and auto/biography, including the slave narrative and the sentimental novel of seduction. In each of these distinct, yet related forms the captivity plot resolves with the ransom, rescue, escape, or transculturation of the captive. Research in the field by Betty Donahue, Scott Lyons, Yael Ben-zvi, and Stephen Brandon takes into consideration the counter-captivity narratives

Perverse Romanticism
Grant details: FT-52386-04
Publication: TLS
Date: 2/12/2010

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: American Historical Review
Date: 4/1/2009
Abstract: 114, no. 2, 493

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: The Journal of Military History
Date: 4/1/2009
Abstract: 73, no. 2 (April 2009), 668-669

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: Parameters
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: (Summer 2009), 130-131

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: 10, no. 2 (Fall 2009)

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: Stand To! The Journal of the Western Front Association
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: no. 84 (December 2008-January 2009)

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: Canadian Journal of History
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: 44, no. 3 (Winter 2010), 539-541

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: H-Soz-u-Kult, H-Net Reviews, July, 2010
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: First World War Studies 1, no. 2 (October 2010), 205-207
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: The Journal of Modern History, 82, no. 4. (December 2010), 959-960
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: French Politics, Culture & Society, 28, no. 3 (Winter 2010), 133-136;
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: H-France Review 11, no. 148 (July 2011).
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: International History Review. 32, no. 1, (2010), 155-156
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: Journal of Intercultural Studies 31, no. 2 (April 2010), 219-221
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: Black and Asian Studies Newsletter 56 (March 2010), 28-30
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: ; French History 24, no. 1 (March 2010), 123-125
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: Journal of Interdisciplinary History 41, no. 1, (Summer 2010), 140-141
Date: 12/21/2011

No Title
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Publication: Journal of World History 21, no. 2 (June 2010), 353-356
Date: 12/21/2011

Book Review
Grant details: RQ-50498-10
Author(s): Van Beck Hall
Publication: Journal of Southern History, 78, 4 (November 2012): 958-60
Date: 11/1/2012
Abstract: A highly favorable review of this volume: "The editors of The Papers of George Washington have continued their exceptional work . . . . The great value of this work to scholars includes not only the editing of the material but also the careful editorial notes that identify all those mentioned in the correspondence and detail the events narrated in the letters. The editors also provided four excellent maps . . . . This volume continues the editors' fine work in previous volumes and should be on the shelf of any reputable research library and of any serious scholar of the early republic"

Book Review
Grant details: RQ-50498-10
Author(s): Caroline Cox
Publication: Journal of American History, 99 (Dec. 2012): 892-93
Date: 12/1/2012
Abstract: A highly favorable review that gives primary attention to prisoners of war, the planning of Sullivan's expedition, and the Culper spy ring. "The issue of the prisoners of war," wrote Cox, "is one that shows the depth and breadth of the editing in this series that has won it widespread acclaim." She concludes: "The editors of these papers continue to serve scholars, teachers, and general readers in an exemplary way. Washington would be pleased."

#CAAPerth Day Two – opening and first keynote
Grant details: HK-50037-12
Author(s): Graeme Earl
Publication: Archaeological Computing Research Group
Date: 3/26/2013
Abstract: Live blogging at the 2013 Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology conference (Perth, Australia).
Link: http://acrg.soton.ac.uk/blog/3031/