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Clemson Professors Win Awards
Grant details: FB-38247-03
Publication: Greenville News
Date: 3/23/2003

Clemson Professor's Book Honored
Grant details: FB-38247-03
Publication: Anderson Independent
Date: 1/7/2010
Abstract: Story based on university press release about book prize.

Announcement of CLO
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Vernon Horn
Publication: American Historical Association
Date: 9/25/2007
Abstract: AHA website announces the publication of the CLO.
Link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/74276948/AmerHistSocNov2007.pdf

A Short Video Describing the Carlyle Letters Online
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Publication: YouTube
Date: 6/13/2011
Abstract: A YouTube video that feature actors reading from the CL
Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWq4GR4vR9w

Woman's Hour: Stately Homes
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Louise Adamson
Publication: BBC4
Date: 8/18/2011
Abstract: Jane Adamson visits the Chelsea Home of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle and interviews the curator of Carlyle's House Linda Skippings. The CLO is acknowledged as the source for reading from the letters describing the house.
Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0138523

The Carlyle Letters Online
Grant details: RQ-50376-09
Author(s): Coordinating editor, Brent KInser
Publication: Duke University Press
Date: 9/14/2007
Abstract: A link to the home page of the CLO and to a link to the Carlyles' Twitter feed.

National Treasures
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): David Hofstede
Publication: Cowboys & Indians
Date: 1/1/2012
Abstract: Interview with Scott Simmon, curator of the Treasures 5 DVD set
Link: http://www.cowboysindians.com/Cowboys-Indians/January-2012/National-Treasures/

Movie magic has a long history
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Michael Barrett
Publication: San Antonio Express-News
Date: 12/16/2011
Abstract: DVD holiday gift guide mentioning Treasures 5
Link: http://www.mysanantonio.com/entertainment/article/Movie-magic-has-a-long-history-2406245.php

Lens on the American West
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Kristen Simoes
Publication: UC Davis NewsWatch
Date: 2/1/2012
Abstract: Video about Treasures 5 showing clips from the set and featuring interviews with curator Scott Simmon and commentator Louis Warren (both teach at UC Davis). The video was featured on the UC Davis website, on their YouTube video channel, and broadcast on the UC Davis campus TV channel.
Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-gw1f_h-2M

Silent movie music season
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Mark Feeney
Publication: Boston Globe
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Announcement about the Treasures 5 celebration at MIT featuring some of the composers who contribute to the DVD set and live performances of some of their compositions that appeared on the set.
Link: http://articles.boston.com/2011-11-02/ae/30355695_1_silents-metropolis-alloy-orchestra

Pordenone diary 2011 – day four
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Luke McKernan.
Publication: The Bioscope
Date: 10/22/2011
Abstract: Review of Deschutes Driftwood and The Lady of the Dugout at the Pordenone Silent Film Festival. Both films appear on the Treasures 5 DVD set and were screened by the festival in a program celebrating the release of the set.
Link: http://bioscopic.wordpress.com/2011/10/22/pordenone-diary-2011-day-four/

Beyond Hollywood: A hidden history of California filmmaking
Grant details: PW-50498-10
Author(s): Scott Simmon
Publication: Boom
Date: 11/22/2011
Abstract: An essay about the little known history of California filmmaking outside of Hollywood, illustrated with examples from Treasures 5: The West

Walters will use grant to digitize medieval manuscripts
Grant details: PW-50518-10
Author(s): Tim Smith
Publication: Baltimore Sun
Date: 4/6/2010
Abstract: The prized collection of medieval manuscripts at the Walters Art Museum - about 38,000 pages - is heading out of its usual, controlled environment and into the light. The light of computer screens, that is. Thanks to a $315,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, 105 medieval manuscripts from several centuries and cultures will be digitally photographed, cataloged and distributed during the next two and a half years. "This gives us the chance to make accessible, and for free on everybody's desktop, some of the greatest works of art from the Middle Ages [housed] in America, works that, until now, have never been seen," said Will Noel, curator of manuscripts and rare books at the Walters. "The most people see at the Walters from the manuscript collection is 20 images at one time." Free access to the images will be made available on The Walters' Web site, thewalters.org, "and other portals, like Flickr," Noels said. "People can use them as they want." That arrangemen
Link: http://www.baltimoresun.com

Linguistics students document disappearing langauges
Grant details: FA-52148-05
Author(s): Tracy Matsushima
Publication: Malamalama
Date: 10/1/2010
Link: http://www.hawaii.edu/malamalama/2010/10/documenting-disappearing-languages/

Cheshire (including Chester). Records of Early English Drama, 19 (review)
Grant details: RQ-50237-06
Author(s): C.M. Fitzgerald
Publication: Journal of English and Germanic Philology
Date: 9/18/2011
Abstract: This is the latest set of volumes from the Records of Early English Drama project, which seeks to edit and present "all records before 1642 of dramatic, musical, and ceremonial activity" in England (p. cxciii), and, in its sister project RED (Records of Early Drama), in Wales and Scotland. The Cheshire edition "incorporates an updated and revised edition" of Clopper's 1979 REED: Chester. In these latest volumes, activity regarded as dramatic "ranges from visiting professional players to the Chester Whitsun play to plays performed by the scholars and the townsmen in Congleton to isolated incidents involving mimicry." Music and musicians "cover the entire social range" outside of ecclesiastical music. The selection criteria for "ceremonial activity has been limited to secular events." Visits by royalty or nobility are included only if they "were accompanied by mimetic ceremony, music, or drama," although a list of all such visits is included in an appendix. Also included are animal sport
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/egp/summary/v108/108.1.fitzgerald.html

In Their Own Words" : Records of Early English Drama, Ecclesiastical London
Grant details: RQ-50237-06
Author(s): Erik Kraft
Publication: University of Chicago Magazine
Date: 9/18/2011
Abstract: Announcement and description of publication of REED: Ecclesiastical London.
Link: http://magazine.uchicago.edu/books/2009/07/records-of-early-english-drama.html

Ecclesiastically-Sponsored Theatre in London, 1422-1642
Grant details: RQ-50237-06
Publication: Guildhall Library Manuscripts Section Newsletter
Date: 9/18/2011
Abstract: Announcement/description of REED Ecclesiastical London, which makes extensive use of documents held by the Guildhall Library.
Link: http://www.history.ac.uk/gh/newsletter10.htm

Acoma Poet Ortiz Stresses Continuance
Grant details: AD-50006-07
Author(s): Chee Brossy
Publication: The Navajo Times
Date: 12/8/2007
Abstract: Ortiz's lecture was the last in a series of lectures as part of our project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, which had included Navajo writers Laura Tohe and Irvin Morris.
Link: http://navajotimes.com

Atifa Rawan, Yan Han honored with ringing of USS Arizona Bell
Grant details: PC-50063-07
Publication: LoQuePasa
Date: 4/15/2009
Abstract: The bell of the USS Arizona was rung today to honor two University of Arizona librarians for their work on a project to digitize and provide online access to a one-of-a-kind collection of historical materials on Afghanistan.
Link: http://lqp.arizona.edu/node/1301

LibLibrarian leading UA effort to build Afghanistan's Libraries
Grant details: PC-50063-07
Author(s): The University of Arizona Office of Comminication
Publication: UA News
Date: 5/21/2008
Abstract: Atifa Rawan launched the UA into a project to help rebuild academic libraries in Afghanistan in 2002 and hasn't stopped working since.
Link: http://uanews.org/node/19718

Digitized 1841 Diary Captures UNC Student Life
Grant details: HD-50601-09
Date: 12/1/2011
Abstract: UNC Library News and Events Blog
Link: http://www.lib.unc.edu/blogs/news/index.php/2011/12/digitized-1841-diary-captures-unc-student-life/

Martha Hodes: "Mourning Lincoln"
Grant details: RA-50082-10
Author(s): Diane Rehm (host)
Publication: The Diane Rehm Show
Date: 3/24/2015
Abstract: The death of President Lincoln on April 15, 1865, shocked the nation. His assassination at the hands of actor John Wilkes Booth came just days after the Confederate army’s surrender. Most Northerners grieved the loss of the man who ended slavery and saved the Union. African-Americans were especially devastated. But for many Southerners, news of the president’s death was cause for rejoicing. A hundred and fifty years after Lincoln’s death, we take a new look at how ordinary Americans mourned the slain president, and how it shaped race relations in the post-civil war era and today.
Link: http://thedianerehmshow.org/shows/2015-03-24/how-americans-in-the-north-and-south-mourned-the-death-of-president-abraham-lincoln

"Mücadele, Radikallerle Muhafazakarlar Arasinda
Grant details: FA-37700-03
Author(s): Ibrahim Altay
Publication: Sabah Pazar
Date: 10/30/2011
Abstract: full page article about the book, based on interview done in Istanbul
Link: http://http://www.timas.com.tr/images/haberler/carterfindleysabahpazar.aspx

"Modern Türkiye Tarihi"
Grant details: FA-37700-03
Author(s): Sadrettin Kusoglu
Publication: Aksam Kitap
Date: 11/11/2011

Cuneyt Özdemir show, CNN Türk
Grant details: FA-37700-03
Publication: CNN Turk
Date: 10/10/2011
Abstract: live television interview with major Turkish news talk show host.
Link: http://http://www.cnnturk.com/default.aspx

Language that gives life spice
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Jacquelyn Mitchard
Publication: Capital Times
Date: 11/20/2003

In the South, a 'coke' could be a Pepsi
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Leith, Scott
Publication: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Date: 1/27/2001

Local misnomer the fruit of culinary history
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Martin, Chuck
Publication: Enquirer (Cincinnati OH)
Date: 2/27/2005

DARE editor to discuss new regional English, dictionary uses
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Wolff, Barbara
Publication: Wisconsin Week
Date: 3/2/2005
Link: http://www.news.wisc.edu

You say soda, I say pop: a look at our dialects
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Block, Dustin
Publication: Journal-Times (Racine WI)
Date: 3/12/2005

Dropped egg? You must be from somewhere else
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): O'Briant, Don
Publication: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Date: 9/23/2004

Dictionary of American Regional English editor examines regionally unique words, phrases
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): McClain, Will
Publication: Daily Cardinal
Date: 3/17/2005

What did you say? When you stray from Midwest, language changes with landscape
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Kirschenmann, Jay
Publication: Sioux Falls Argus Leader (SD)
Date: 3/28/2005

Upper midwestern English: Rich, distinct, and getting more so all the time
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Salmons, Joe
Publication: Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures Friends Newsletter
Date: 3/1/2005

Buddy the Squirrel is on the Fritz
Grant details: PA-50186-03
Author(s): Brubaker, Jack
Publication: Lancaster Online
Date: 4/29/2005

Starting at Home, Iran’s Women Fight for Rights
Grant details: FA-50395-04
Author(s): Nazila Fathi
Publication: New York Times
Date: 2/12/2009
Abstract: Advanced review of the book which appeared in a First page article in the NYT
Link: http://http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/13/world/middleeast/13iran.html?_r=1

Unearthing Matriarchy
Grant details: FB-50620-04
Author(s): Peter Wood
Publication: Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 4/14/2011
Link: http://chronicle.com/blogs/innovations/unearthing-matriarchy/29233

On the State and Prospects of the Study of Zoroastrianism
Grant details: PM-50023-07
Author(s): Michael Stausberg
Publication: Numen
Date: 12/1/2008
Abstract: This survey of current scholarship (vol. 55, pp. 561–600) included recognition of the role of Encyclopædia Iranica in advancing Zoroastrian studies.
Link: http://www.michaelstausberg.net/Publications.htm#Reports

Jo Jo the Dog Faced Russian Boy
Grant details: PJ-50040-09
Author(s): Chris Ehrman
Publication: Montana History Revealed
Date: 12/21/2010
Abstract: Blog posting about interesting articles in digitized newspapers
Link: http://mthistoryrevealed.blogspot.com/search?updated-min=2010-01-01T00%3A00%3A00-07%3A00&updated-max=2011-01-01T00%3A00%3A00-07%3A00&max-results=14

Read the Montana Post from 1864-1869
Grant details: PJ-50040-09
Publication: Montana Historical Society website
Date: 9/21/2011
Abstract: An ongoing web feature that links to the current date of the Montana Post available through Chronicling America
Link: http://mhs.mt.gov/

Digitzed Montana Newspapers, 1864-1922
Grant details: PJ-50040-09
Author(s): Christine Kirkham
Publication: Montana the Magazine of Western History
Date: 3/31/2014
Abstract: Ad in a journal listing Montana newspapers available in Chronicling America.

MFA Houston's Online Latin Art Archive
Grant details: RZ-51084-09
Author(s): David Ebony
Publication: Art in America
Date: 1/30/2012

The New ICAA Archive at the MFAH
Grant details: RZ-51084-09
Author(s): Tyler Green
Publication: ARTINFO International Edition
Date: 1/20/2012

Walters Art Museum Receives Grant to Support Digitization of Manuscripts
Grant details: PW-50518-10
Publication: Art Daily
Date: 4/8/2010
Abstract: BALTIMORE, MD.- The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has granted the Walters Art Museum $315,000 for a 2 1/2 year project to digitize, catalog and distribute 105 illuminated medieval manuscripts. Representing diverse Byzantine, Greek, Armenian, Ethiopian, Dutch, English and Central European cultures, this project, entitled "Parchment to Pixel: Creating a Digital Resource of Medieval Manuscripts", will allow for the digitization of approximately 38,000 pages of ancient text and 3,500 pages of illumination. “The aim of this project is to allow access to the museum’s collections, free of charge, mirroring in the virtual world what the Walters has achieved at our physical location through free admission,” said Walters Director Gary Vikan. “This project further fulfills the museum’s mission to bring art and people together.” The resulting digital catalog and library of images will conform to internationally accepted standards and will be distributed to diverse audiences throu

US regional dictionary gets in last word as it wraps up work
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Simpson, Ian
Publication: Reuters
Date: 3/8/2012
Link: http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/08/usa-dictionary-idUSL2E8E8DL720120308

Louisiana dialects preserved in Dictionary of American Regional English
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): TiRove, Jonathan
Publication: Times Picayune
Date: 3/9/2012
Link: http://www.nola.com/education/index.ssf/2012/03/louisiana_dialects_preserved_i.html

U.S. regional dictionary gets in last word as it wraps up work
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Publication: Tuoi Tre (Vietnam)
Date: 3/10/2012
Link: http://www.tuoitrenews.vn/cmlink/tuoitrenews/fun/u-s-regional-dictionary-gets-in-last-word-as-it-wraps-up-work-1.64421

Gary Brown: Dictionary of American Regional English publishes fifth edition
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Brown, Gary
Publication: Milford Daily News
Date: 3/12/2012
Link: http://www.milforddailynews.com/mysource/boomers/x453928951/Gary-Brown-Dictionary-of-American-Regional-English-publishes-fifth-edition

What's in a Word? A 'Dictionary' of Americanisms
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Katz, Amanda
Publication: NPR Books
Date: 3/13/2012
Link: http://www.npr.org/2012/03/13/148466400/whats-in-a-word-a-dictionary-of-americanisms

Tupper: South Dakota's words, meanings and whatnot
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Tupper, Seth
Publication: Daily Republic
Date: 3/13/2012
Link: http://www.mitchellrepublic.com/event/article/id/63379/group/homepage/

6 Phrases That California Started Using Before Everyone Else
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Cruz, Lenika
Publication: LA Weekly
Date: 4/27/2012
Link: http://blogs.laweekly.com/arts/2012/04/la_regional_dictionary_english.php

A Shindy for 'DARE'
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Metcalf, Allan
Publication: Chronicle of Higher of Higher Education
Date: 5/8/2012
Abstract: The article was written for the 'Lingua Franca' blog.
Link: http://chronicle.com/blogs/linguafranca/2012/05/08/a-shindy-for-dare/?sid=at&utm_source=at&utm_medium=en

A Labor of Love [for Words]
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Price, Jenny
Publication: On Wisconsin Magazine
Date: 6/1/2012
Abstract: University of Wisconsin-Madison alumni magazine
Link: http://onwisconsin.uwalumni.com/features/a-labor-of-love-for-words-2/

What's in a word--or a sandwich?
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Hill, Greg
Publication: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Date: 6/10/2012
Link: http://newsminer.com/bookmark/18941549-What%E2%80%99s-in-a-word-%E2%80%94-or-a-sandwich-

Mean Enough to Push a Widder Woman's Dog in the Well
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Roland Berns
Publication: Wisconsin People & Ideas
Date: 9/21/2013
Abstract: Reprint of a DARE newsletter article by Editor Roland Berns

To Zydeco and Beyond: [DARE] goes Digital
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Sarah Witman
Publication: Wisconsin People & Ideas
Date: 9/21/2013
Abstract: A short side piece to accompany reprinted article by DARE editor Roland Berns to promote Digital DARE

Root Words
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Paige Parvin
Publication: Emory Magazine
Date: 7/1/2012
Abstract: A nicely written bio of Joan as well as praise for DARE. Mention is made of DARE's varied funding: "most notably the National Endowment for the Humanities, which has contributed more than $10 million since 1971."
Link: http://www.emory.edu/EMORY_MAGAZINE/issues/2012/summer/features/words.html?u...

The Better Angels of Our Lexicon
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Peters, Mark
Publication: The Visual Thesaurus
Date: 11/9/2012
Abstract: DARE briefly cited on its refs to the euphemistic use of "angels"
Link: http://www.visualthesaurus.com/cm/evasive/the-better-angels-of-our-l...

Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Disobey the President
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Author(s): Claire Potter
Publication: Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 6/7/2010
Link: http://chronicle.com/blognetwork/tenuredradical/category/leadership/

After 20 years, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy thrives on the web
Grant details: CH-50156-05
Author(s): Michaela Hulstyn
Publication: Stanford Report
Date: 7/31/2015
Abstract: The Stanford scholars who founded the groundbreaking online encyclopedia say that the project owes its success to the unique way it organizes its community of contributors, editors and users.
Link: http://http://news.stanford.edu/news/2015/july/online-encyclopedia-philosophy-073115.html

We Read the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy's New Article on Social Media Ethics
Grant details: CH-50156-05
Author(s): Robinson Meyer
Publication: The Atlantic
Date: 8/8/2012
Link: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/08/we-read-the-stanford-encyclopedia-of-philosophys-new-article-on-social-media-ethics/260847/

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Grant details: PT-50034-06
Date: 6/27/2012

Greetings succumb to hey fever
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Lang, Rusty
Publication: Tulsa World
Date: 6/23/2008
Link: http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/article.aspx?subjectID=11&articleID=20080623_218_A13_spancl231108

Say Wha? Finally, a dictionary of American babble
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Kyle, Tara
Publication: FLYP
Date: 4/7/2009
Link: http://www.flypmedia.com/content/say-wha

The G2 Guide to regional English
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Jeffries, Stuart
Publication: The Guardian (U.K.)
Date: 3/26/2009
Abstract: Notes the completion of the final volume of DARE, and states the need for a similar project in Britain.
Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2009/mar/27/regional-english-dialects

DAREing adventures at the 2007 Wisconsin Book Festival
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Medaris, David
Publication: Isthmus: The Daily Page (Madison, WI)
Date: 12/28/2011
Abstract: Program celebrating the 100th anniversary of DARE founder Frederic G. Cassidy's birth.
Link: http://isthmus.com/daily/article.php?article=10571

It's a phenomenon: The 2007 Wisconsin Book Festival concludes
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Medaris, David
Publication: Isthmus: The Daily Page (Madison, WI)
Date: 10/15/2007
Abstract: Calls DARE a "phenomenon".

Johnny Come Lately
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Menting, Ann Marie
Publication: Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin
Date: 12/1/2007
Link: http://harvardmedicine.hms.harvard.edu/bulletin/winter2007/1a.php

Words that fail the test of time
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Caldwell, Christopher
Publication: Financial Times
Date: 3/27/2009

On to Z! Quirky regional dictionary nears finish
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Foley, Ryan J.
Publication: Chicago Tribune
Date: 3/22/2009

Scripture baking blends spirtuality [sic] and cooking
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Groves, Maria Noel
Publication: Times Daily (Florence AL)
Date: 12/19/2008

Larroes, layos--oh, go ask your mother
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Clements, Warren
Publication: Toronto Globe and Mail
Date: 3/14/2009

Cuomo's Choice Words
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Harshaw, Tobin
Publication: New York Times
Date: 1/10/2008
Abstract: Mentions DARE definition for the phrase "shuck and jive".
Link: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/01/10/choice-words/

Orwell on the road
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Wallace, Nick
Publication: Indiana Daily Student
Date: 3/24/2009
Link: http://www.idsnews.com/news/story.aspx?id=67065&search=nick%20wallace§ion=search

'Bubbler' Comes from 1910s Marketing Campaign
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Associated Press
Publication: WSAW (WI) Television
Date: 3/22/2009
Link: http://www.wsaw.com/home/headlines/41660017.html

American Nicknames, Part Two: Hoosier
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Liberman, Anatoly
Publication: OUPblog
Date: 7/30/2008
Abstract: The author mentions DARE in his "Oxford Etymologist" column, as part of a discussion on the origin of the term "hoosier".
Link: http://blog.oup.com/2008/07/

U.S. university's dictionary project on the road to completion
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Burkeman, Oliver
Publication: The Guardian
Date: 3/23/2009
Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/mar/23/dictionary-american-regional-english-wisconsin

What are your favourite regional phrases?
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Publication: The Guardian
Date: 3/26/2009
Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2009/mar/26/regional-dialect-british-english

Notes from the Language Underground
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Barrett, Grant
Publication: Star Online (All Malaysia ed.)
Date: 11/28/2007
Abstract: Cites DARE for having the "granddaddy list" of words meaning "ways of teasing a beginner or inexperienced person".
Link: http://thestar.com.my/english/story.asp?file=/2007/11/28/lifefocus/19564385&sec=lifefocus

"Page to Stage: VIHC program brings authors' works to life"
Grant details: BC-50565-10
Author(s): Tom Eader
Publication: The St. Croix Avis
Date: 10/2/2011
Abstract: Actors from St. Croix and St. Thomas brought to life works of Virgin Islands authors during a Virgin Islands Humanities Council event Friday night at Government House. The event continues Saturday with the screeening of three VIHC videos depicting time, place and memory, as well as a lecture series with question and answer segment.

Auditions for drama
Grant details: BC-50565-10
Author(s):
Publication: Virgin Islands Daily News - Island Life
Date: 7/20/2011
Abstract: The Virgin Islands Humanities Council seeks actors to audition from July 25 to July 30 for dramatizations of works by Virgin Islands writers on the theme "Place, Time, & Memory," directed by David Edgecombe.

Youth art competition
Grant details: BC-50565-10
Author(s):
Publication: Virgin Islands Daily News - Island Life
Date: 9/7/2011
Abstract: The Virgin Islands Humanities Council encourages all ninth to 12th grade students in public, private, and parochial schools to submit entries by Thursday for a youth art competition examining the theme, "Place, Time, & Memory."

Quelbe lyrical competition
Grant details: BC-50565-10
Author(s):
Publication: Virgin Islands Daily News - Island Life
Date: 9/7/2011
Abstract: The Virgin Islands Humanities Council encourages all seventh to 12th grade students in public, private, and parochial schools to submit entries by Sept. 8 for a quelbe lyrical competition examining the theme, "Place, Time, and Memory."

NEH award to RIT
Grant details: FA-55892-11
Author(s): n/a
Publication: Internal RIT newspaper
Date: 2/11/2011
Abstract: outline of two NEH grants awarded to RIT
Link: http://print.rit.edu/news/show/498

National Endowment for the Humanities Funds RIT Preservation/Research Projects
Grant details: FA-55892-11
Author(s): William Dube
Publication: RIT University News
Date: 2/9/2011
Abstract: The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded two 2011 humanities project grants to Rochester Institute of Technology to promote the development of humanities research and education on campus.
Link: http://www.rit.edu/news/story.php?id=48092

Grant Challenges Museum
Grant details: CH-50816-11
Author(s): Rich Polikoff
Publication: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Date: 1/24/2011
Abstract: This article reported on the awarding of the grant to the RHM. The author interviewed the museum director, a consultant who helped with the grant application, and a member of the Rogers City Council. The article also included information about the NEH challenge grant program and a list of other recipients in the same grant cycle.

Trimming time in the stacks
Grant details: HD-51244-11
Author(s): Nicole Freeling
Publication: University of California | Research | Explore stories
Date: 12/20/2011
Abstract: A sophisticated text-analyzing tool developed by a UC Berkeley graduate student could speed literary searches for humanities scholars and other researchers.
Link: http://research.universityofcalifornia.edu/stories/2011/12/wordseer.html

"We need tools that can help people have their ideas faster"
Grant details: HD-51244-11
Author(s): Mac Slocum
Publication: O'Reilly Radar
Date: 2/17/2011
Abstract: Aditi Muralidharan on improving discovery and building intuition into search.
Link: http://radar.oreilly.com/2011/02/aditi-muralidharan-wordseer.html

Longing For Home
Grant details: HD-51258-11
Author(s): Amy Stewart (the name of the journalist who wrote the article)
Publication: Standard Examiner
Date: 9/20/2011
Abstract: A short blurb on the grant is mentioned at the tail end of the article. The article reviews a book recently published by one of the people (Susan Matt) who is a participant on the grant. It can also be viewed here: http://tinyurl.com/3zgezou

Weber State class asks 'Are Machines Making Us Stupid?'
Grant details: HD-51258-11
Author(s): Nancy Van Valkenburg
Publication: Standard Examiner
Date: 1/23/2012
Abstract: A local journalist reports on a class that is funded by the grant.
Link: http://www.standard.net/stories/2012/01/22/weber-state-class-asks-are-machines-making-us-stupid

OUR VIEW: A Thing About Machines
Grant details: HD-51258-11
Author(s): Editorial Board of Standard Examiner
Publication: Standard Examiner
Date: 1/30/2012
Abstract: OUR VIEW: A Thing About Machines
Link: http://www.standard.net/stories/2012/01/30/our-view-thing-about-machines

Museum launches archive of Latino art documents
Grant details: RZ-51084-09
Publication: Houston Chronicle
Date: 1/20/2012
Link: http://www.chron.com/news/article/Museum-launches-archive-of-Latino-art-documents-2643342.php

MFAH launches world's most comprehensive digital archive of Latin American and Latino art
Grant details: RZ-51084-09
Author(s): Tyler Rudick
Publication: Culture Map Houston
Date: 1/18/2012

Derivative Works No More
Grant details: RZ-51084-09
Author(s): Judith H. Dobrzynski
Publication: Wall Street Journal
Date: 1/18/2012

Take Me Out to the Ball Game...at the Library
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: 60035
Date: 6/1/2010
Abstract: feature about exhibit in "The Last Word" page.

No Title
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: Chicago Life Magazine
Date: 8/1/2010
Abstract: Events listing

"It Might Be...It Could Be...It Is...Baseball at the Library
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: Triblocal
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: Article about exhibit and events posted on Web site.
Link: http://www.triblocal.com

No Title
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: What's Happening
Date: 8/7/2010
Abstract: Library events page in local monthly newspaper distributed to all of Highland Park. Photo from exhibit included.

Library Plans Baseball Hall of Fame Exhibit
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Author(s): Charles Berman
Publication: Highland Park News
Date: 8/12/2010
Abstract: Article about exhibit. Article featured three photos from the exhibit and an interview with Sharon Robinson, the daughter of Jackie Robinson. Ms. Robinson was the featured speaker at the exhibit opening event.

No Title
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Author(s): Elliot Harris
Publication: Chicago Sun-Times
Date: 8/19/2010
Abstract: Sports column in Chicago Sun-Times. The column mentioned that Sharon Robinson, and former Negro League players would be appearing at the Library in conjunction with the exhibit.

Super 'Pride & Passion' exhbit a big hit
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Author(s): Elliot Harris
Publication: Chicago Sun-Times
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: The Sun-Times ran an article about the opening day of the exhibit. The article began as follows: "As far as library events go, Highland Park hit a game-winning home run Sunday." The article featured a photo of Sharon Robinson, daugheter of Jackie Robinson, who was the featured speaker at the opening day, standing next to a picture of her father in the exhibit.

African-American Passion in Baseball
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Author(s): Randy Blaser
Publication: Pioneer Press
Date: 8/26/2010
Abstract: Randy Blaser's column appears in several of the weekly Pioneer Press papers including the Highland Park News. His column on August 26 was entirely devoted to the Pride & Passion exhibit at the Library.

Exhibit Honors a tested pride, passion
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Author(s): Lauren Harrison
Publication: Chicago Tribune
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: The reporter for this article toured the exhibit with Sharon Robinson, Jackie Robinson's daughter, and the featured speaker at the opening event for the exhibit at the Library. The article included an interview with Erik Strohl, the senior director of exhibits and collections at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and a section called a daughter's view - Sharon Robinson's thoughts about her father. The article also featured other events that the library was hosting in conjunction with the exhibit.

Banks speaks at Library Exhibit
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: Highland Park News
Date: 9/2/2010
Abstract: A cover on the Highland Park News, a weekly paper devoted to news and events in Highland Park. The cover featured Ernie Banks, Hall of Famer for the Chicago Cubs and former Negro League player, speaking at the Library. Two additional photos were featured in the paper along with information about the exhibit and a recap of the opening event for the exhibit.

"Pride and Passion: The African American Baseball Experience"
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Date: 9/4/2010
Abstract: Front page of the Chicago Tribune. Included in the Saturday Planner column which ran on the front page.

Pride and Passion: The African-American Baseball Experience
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: Midwest Living
Date: 10/1/2010
Abstract: Exhibit featured as one of the events in Illinois in the Celebrations section of the magazine.

"Dictionary of American English" wins RUSA's Dartmouth Medal for excellence in reference publications
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Reference and User Services Association
Publication: RUSABlog
Date: 1/27/2013
Abstract: "In describing this year’s winner, the committee felt compelled to use words like “monumental” and “stupendous” to describe this invaluable reference source: the “Dictionary of American Regional English” is the culmination of extensive field work, attention to detail, and a lot of hard work. This project was begun 65 years ago, with penciled post cards and call ins to a radio station, and has been supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities since 1970, with additional significant support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation."
Link: http://www.rusa.ala.org/blog/2013/01/27/rusa-dartmouth-medal-2013-winner/

Wunnerfitz! Sollybuster! The Fun of the Dictionary of American Regional English
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Shea, Ammon
Publication: Daily Beast
Date: 4/12/2012
Link: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/04/12/wunnerfitz-sollybuster-the-fun-of-the-dictionary-of-american-regional-english.html

Everybody's heard about the (Maine) words
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Burnham, Emily
Publication: Bangor Daily News
Date: 4/13/2012
Abstract: The article updates an earlier one with additional words contributed by readers.
Link: http://bangordailynews.com/2012/04/13/living/everybodys-heard-about-the-maine-words/

You Say Potato, I Say Spud
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Salazar, David
Publication: The Eye
Date: 4/26/2012
Abstract: Magazine of The Columbia Daily Spectator
Link: http://eye.columbiaspectator.com/?q=article/2012/04/26/you-say-potato-i-say-spud

From Upscuddle to Pinkletink...the weird world of the Dictionary of American Regional English
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): McQueeney, Kerry
Publication: Daily Mail Online
Date: 2/29/2012
Link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2108106/Dictionary-American-Regional-English-publishes-final-volume.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

Regional English out of Madison is quite the whoopensocker
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Kurkowski, Lauren
Publication: Volume One Magazine
Date: 3/1/2012
Link: http://volumeone.org/blogs/1/post/2908/From_A_to_Z_Its_Quite_a_Whoopensocker

Editor Talks About Dictionary of American Regional English
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Date: 3/1/2012
Abstract: Hosts of Madison local TV news show "Live at Five" interview DARE editor Joan Houston Hall.
Link: http://video.channel3000.com/watch.php?id=40513

Dictionary explains eye stitchers, woolies and more
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Hughs, Ina
Publication: Knoxville News Sentinel
Date: 3/3/2012
Link: http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2012/mar/03/ina-hughs-dictionary-explains-eye-stitchers-and/

Q&A: Editor of Dictionary of American Regional English finally reaches Z
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Finkelmeyer, Todd
Publication: Capital Times
Date: 3/4/2012
Link: http://host.madison.com/ct/news/local/education/campus_connection/q-a-editor-of-dictionary-of-american-regional-english-finally/article_1ea3ed8a-64b5-11e1-93ab-0019bb2963f4.html

Minnesota Words in Regional Dialect Dictionary
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Publication: CBS Minnesota
Date: 3/6/2012
Link: http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2012/03/06/minnesota-words-in-regional-dialect-dictionary/#.T1jDOrqH8Lo

Opinion: The Regional Nature of American Speech
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Dr. Robert Moore
Publication: Raleigh Telegram
Date: 1/8/2014
Abstract: Op-ed piece published online at the Raleigh Telegram website about DARE with input from Chief Editor Hall
Link: http://raleightelegram.com/201401086045

South Carolina speech & American regional English
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Author(s): Dr. Robert H. Moore
Publication: BeaufortTribune.com
Date: 1/8/2014
Abstract: Info about DARE of interest to South Carolinian speakers with input from Chief Editor Hall
Link: http://beauforttribune.com/archives/176

Safari Books Online and Harvard University Press Successfully Launch Daredictionary.com
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Publication: broadwayworld.com
Date: 2/10/2014
Abstract: press release from Safari books online posted on website
Link: http://www.broadwayworld.com/#

Who Says What, Where
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Publication: Harvard Univerity Press Blog
Date: 6/10/2013
Abstract: Uses the viral heat-map visualizations of Joshua Katz (using Vaux and Golder research) to create enthusiasm for the upcoming maps and mapping features in Digital DARE
Link: http://harvardpress.typepad.com/hup_publicity/2013/06/

The Digital Dictionary of American Regional English
Grant details: PW-50551-10
Publication: Harvard Univerity Press Blog
Date: 12/9/2013
Abstract: Announcement of the launch of Digital DARE
Link: http://harvardpress.typepad.com/hup_publicity/2013/12/digital-dictionary-of-american-regional-english.html

Deciphering English language's diverse flavors
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Bogert, John
Publication: DailyBreeze.com
Date: 3/25/2009

Speak Milwaukee-ese once
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Tolan, Tom
Publication: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online
Date: 12/27/2007
Abstract: "Words to the Wise" column
Link: http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/lifestyle/31846364.html

English and Milwaukee-ese: Daboatuvum
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Tolan, Tom
Publication: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online
Date: 1/14/2008
Abstract: "Words to the Wise" column
Link: http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/lifestyle/31846929.html

Milwaukee-ese, meet Lubenese
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Tolan, Tom
Publication: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online
Date: 2/25/2008
Abstract: "Words to the Wise" column
Link: http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/lifestyle/31848354.html

Geographical longings--right down to the grass roots
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Walker, Ruth
Publication: Christian Science Monitor
Date: 11/28/2008
Link: http://www.csmonitor.com

Whether to call soft drinks 'pop' or 'soda' is a matter of taste
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Stegmeir, Mary
Publication: Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Date: 9/11/2008
Abstract: DARE is mentioned in a discussion of the 'soda' versus 'pop' question.
Link: http://wcfcourier.com/pulse/coverstory/whether-to-call-soft-drinks-pop-or-soda-is-a/article_a77064f8-9e95-56c9-9c0c-38e205ac82c5.html

Wall of Fame to add Ansay, Peters
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Sharma-Jensen, Geeta
Publication: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online
Date: 9/14/2008
Abstract: Notes that DARE founder Frederic Cassidy is one of a handful of authors honored on the Wisconsin Writers Hall of Fame at the Milwaukee Public Library.
Link: http://www.jsonline.com/entertainment/arts/32541124.html

Downtown gets new place to play at night
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Publication: News & Observer (Raleigh NC)
Date: 11/1/2008
Abstract: Notes the DARE definition of "pinhook"

Kentucky Derby Wannabes Race Before Traders Flip Thoroughbreds
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Papadopoulos, David
Publication: Bloomberg.com
Date: 12/30/2007
Abstract: Discusses the origin of the term "pinhooking" and cites the DARE definitions.

Buckle up your mirdle! Euphemisms from heck
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Peters, Mark
Publication: OUPblog
Date: 5/29/2008
Link: http://blog.oup.com/2008/05/euphemisms/

Q&A on the News
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Publication: Arizona Daily Star
Date: 10/11/2007
Abstract: The DARE definition of "hissy fit" is given in response to a reader's question about the phrase.

What Kind of Accent Does Sarah Palin Have?
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Scheidlower, Jesse
Publication: Slate Magazine
Date: 10/1/2008
Abstract: The author credits DARE and thanks its chief editor for help with this article.
Link: http://www.slate.com

Creek or crick?
Grant details: PM-50009-07
Author(s): Schenck, Kathy
Publication: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online
Date: 6/10/2008
Link: http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/lifestyle/31852214.html

Newsletter article
Grant details: CH-50632-09
Author(s): Heinz History Center Staff
Publication: Making History
Date: 12/31/2013
Abstract: Articles about NEH grant in History Center newsletter. Ran on various dates
Link: http://www.heinzhistorycenter.org

“The Art of Corporate (Non) Apology,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: BNet: CBS Business Network
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “The Art of Corporate (Non) Apology,” BNet: CBS Business Network, March 13, 2011.
Link: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505125_162-44441079/so-sorry-the-art-of-the-corporate-non-apology/?tag=bnetdomain

“Sorry is the Easiest Word. It has Seldom been so Devalued,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: Guardian UK
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “Sorry is the Easiest Word. It has Seldom been so Devalued,” Guardian UK, January 16, 2011.
Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jan/16/miriam-oreilly-bbc-apology-bankers

“On Forgiveness,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: New York Times
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “On Forgiveness,” New York Times, December 26, 2010.
Link: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/12/26/on-forgiveness/?hp

“Social Minefield: How to Say You’re Sorry,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: Jezebel.com
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “Social Minefield: How to Say You’re Sorry,” Jezebel.com, December 2, 2010.
Link: http://jezebel.com/5704364/social-minefield-how-to-say-youre-sorry

“Uribe’s Apology Dying on the Vine,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: Columbia Reports
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “Uribe’s Apology Dying on the Vine,” Columbia Reports, September 7, 2010.
Link: http://www.colombiareports.com/opinion/julian-e-torres/11685-uribes-apology-dying-on-the-vine.html

Is technology making us stupid? Author suggests 'Internet sabbath' to students
Grant details: HD-51258-11
Author(s): Benjamin Wood
Publication: Deseret News
Date: 2/12/2012
Abstract: An article describing the NEH funded class and project in the context of a broader story about a campus visit by William Powers, author of Hamlet's Blackberry.
Link: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/705340019/Utah-Jazz-Longevity.html?s_cid=s10

Interview on KCPW Radio
Grant details: HD-51258-11
Date: 2/21/2012
Abstract: Segment 2: Living the Tech Life Today’s conventional wisdom may be that a well-rounded life must include Facebook, iPhones and constant connectivity. But does technology and omnipresent media really enrich our relationships, boost our moods and enhance our intellectual capacity? Professors Susan Matt and Luke Fernandez join us to explore the question: Are machines making us stupid? Guests: Dr. Susan Matt, Professor and Chair of the History Department, Weber State University Dr. Luke Fernandez, Manager of Program and Technology Development, Weber State University
Link: http://kcpw.org/blog/cityviews/2012-02-21/cityviews-22112-lessons-from-the-cold-war/

Library keeps menu 'order'
Grant details: HD-51301-11
Author(s): Jeremy Olshan
Publication: New York Post Online
Date: 4/14/2011
Abstract: New York Post article about The New York Public Library's Menus Project.
Link: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/library_keeps_menu_order_33O2ryUkFQdzkPhwnfpYFM?CMP=OTC-rss&FEEDNAME=

What Big Media Can Learn From the New York Public Library
Grant details: HD-51301-11
Author(s): Alexis Madrigal
Publication: The Atlantic, Online
Date: 6/20/2011
Abstract: Article on theatlantic.com discussing the achievements of The New York Public Library web and digital projects. The National Endowment for the Humanities supported "What's on the Menu?" project is featured on page three.
Link: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/06/what-big-media-can-learn-from-the-new-york-public-library/240565/1/

Dining Commons: The New York Public Library's Ambitious Menu Database Project
Grant details: HD-51301-11
Author(s): Peter Weltman, Ganda Suthivarakom
Publication: Saveur.com
Date: 4/25/2011
Abstract: Blog from Saveur Magazine online featuring The New York Public Library's "What's on the Menu?" project.
Link: http://www.saveur.com/article/Kitchen/Dining-Commons-The-New-York-Public-Librarys-Ambitious-Menu-Database-Project

Facebook post
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Publication: ACMAA Facebook page
Date: 6/3/2013
Abstract: ACMAA Facebook post about the online availability of the entire Clara Sipprell photo archive
Link: https://www.facebook.com/amoncartermuseum

Building a Collection Online
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Publication: Program (ACMAA members magazine)
Date: 7/15/2013
Abstract: Article highlighting Access to Artists Archives project and initiatives to provide online access to collections. (Print media mailed to NEH program officer via USPS)

Learn Something New at the Amon Carter
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Author(s): Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Date: 9/1/2013
Abstract: Image & metadata (caption) from Helen Post archive used in ACMAA educational programs flyer (hard copy to be submitted to NEH).

ACMAA Instagram post
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Author(s): Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Publication: ACMAA Instagram page
Date: 9/25/2013
Abstract: Behind-the-scenes photo of NEH project photographer digitizing negatives from the Artists Archives
Link: http://instagram.com/p/esH16XuPwH/

ACMAA press release
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Author(s): Tracy Greene, ACMAA public information officer
Publication: ACMAA website and press contacts
Date: 5/14/2012
Abstract: ACMAA press release explaining the Access to the Artist Archives grant
Link: http://www.cartermuseum.org/press/releases/amon-carter-museum-of-american-art-receives-75000-digitization-grant-from-the-national-endowment-for-the

ArtDaily.org coverage
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Publication: ArtDaily.org
Date: 5/15/2012
Abstract: Press release distributed via art news blog
Link: http://http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=11&int_new=55365#.UaUSjXcRE91

Glasstire.com coverage
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Author(s): Bill Davenport
Publication: Glasstire.com
Date: 5/16/2012
Abstract: Coverage in Texas visual art blog
Link: http://glasstire.com/2012/05/16/amon-carter-gets-75000-to-digitize-american-photographers-from-neh/

Dallas Art News coverage
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Date: 5/14/2012
Abstract: Art news website distribution of ACMAA press release
Link: http://www.dallasartnews.com/2012/05/amon-carter-museum-of-american-art-receives-75000-digitization-grant-from-the-national-endowment-for-the-humanities/

“Hele verden i parterapi,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: The Daily Information (Danish National Newspaper)
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “Hele verden i parterapi,” The Daily Information (Danish National Newspaper), March 6, 2010
Link: http://www.information.dk/226413

“Tiger Woods Strikes Humble Tone in TV Apology,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: San Francisco Chronicle
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “Tiger Woods Strikes Humble Tone in TV Apology,” San Francisco Chronicle, February 20, 2010.
Link: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/02/19/SP2J1C4EUV.DTL

“How to Apologize,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: Toronto Globe and Mail
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “How to Apologize,” Toronto Globe and Mail, February 15, 2010.
Link: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/how-to-apologize/article1468632/

“Apologies in the Public Sphere,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: BBC World Service
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “Apologies in the Public Sphere,” BBC World Service, The World Today, February 14, 2009.

“Commentary on British Bankers’ Public Apology for Financial Crisis,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: BBC Radio 4, World Tonight
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “Commentary on British Bankers’ Public Apology for Financial Crisis,” BBC Radio 4, World Tonight, February 10, 2009.

“Who’s Sorry Now,”
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: The Scotsman: Scotland’s National Newspaper,
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “Who’s Sorry Now,” The Scotsman: Scotland’s National Newspaper, February 9, 2009.
Link: http://www.scotsman.com/news/who_s_sorry_now_1_828329

“I Was Wrong: The Meanings of Apologies,” The Diane Rehm Show
Grant details: FT-57249-09
Publication: The Diane Rehm Show
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: “I Was Wrong: The Meanings of Apologies,” The Diane Rehm Show, National Public Radio, originally airing March 18, 2008 (an hour-long radio discussion of I Was Wrong with Diane Rehm).
Link: http://thedianerehmshow.org/shows/2008-03-18#20034

Grant helps digitize newspapers
Grant details: PJ-50045-09
Author(s): The Topeka Capital-Journal
Publication: The Topeka Capital-Journal
Date: 6/25/2009
Abstract: The Topeka Capital-Journal was the first to report that the Kansas Historical Society had received funding to participate in the National Digital Newspaper Program.
Link: http://cjonline.com/news/2009-06-25/grant_helps_digitize_newspapers

Historic Kansas Newspapers Hit Websites
Grant details: PJ-50045-09
Author(s): WIBW-TV
Publication: WIBW-TV
Date: 12/20/2010
Abstract: Short report on the newest additions to Chronicling America from the state of Kansas.
Link: http://www.wibw.com/home/headlines/Historic_Kansas_Newspapers_Hit_Websites_112228509.html

Read all about it: Explore early Dodge City history on the Web
Grant details: PJ-50045-09
Author(s): Don Steele
Publication: Dodge City Daily Globe
Date: 12/20/2010
Abstract: Article detailing the newest additions to the Chronicling America website from the state of Kansas. Includes a photograph of Dave Webb, an advisory board member for the 2009 title selection process.
Link: http://www.dodgeglobe.com/news/local/x1882972091/Read-all-about-it-Explore-early-Dodge-City-history-on-the-Web

Rutgers project uncovers rare facts hidden in millions of pages of Thomas Edison's notes
Grant details: RQ-50364-09
Author(s): Nic Corbett
Publication: Newark Star Ledger
Date: 1/11/2012
Abstract: Discusses discoveries some of the key discoveries in Volume 7 and how the project is funded.
Link: http://http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2012/01/rutgers_project_uncovers_rare.html

Thomas Edison's first wife may have died of a morphine overdose
Grant details: RQ-50364-09
Publication: Phys.org
Date: 11/16/2011
Abstract: Article based on Rutgers Media Relations Research Highlight about the new information contained in Volume 7 about the death of Edison's first wife.
Link: http://http://phys.org/news/2011-11-thomas-edison-wife-died-morphine.html

Was Jobs an Edison for our time?
Grant details: RQ-50364-09
Author(s): Paul Israel
Publication: cnn.com
Date: 10/6/2011
Abstract: Essay by director and editor Paul Israel comparing Edison and Steve Jobs.
Link: http://articles.cnn.com/2011-10-06/opinion/opinion_israel-steve-jobs-edison

11 Thomas Edison Predictions That Came True—Or Didn't
Grant details: RQ-50364-09
Author(s):
Date: 2/11/2011
Abstract: National Geographic website article about Edison's predictions from a 1911 Cosmopolitan interview.

"Reading the riot acts and scenes of London's violent theatrical past."
Grant details: RQ-50382-09
Author(s): Matthew Reisz
Publication: Times Higher Education
Date: 3/2/2011
Abstract: Announcement of EMLoT website with a few examples.
Link: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=415326§ioncode=26

"Hell-raising antics of Shakespearean actors revealed."
Grant details: RQ-50382-09
Publication: The Telegraph
Date: 2/9/2011
Abstract: Announcement of website with examples.
Link: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/theatre/theatre-news/8303242/Hellraising-antics-of-Shakespearean-actors-revealed.html

"Boy-Bard Actors of Long Ago."
Grant details: RQ-50382-09
Publication: Daily Express
Date: 2/5/2011
Abstract: Article announcing launch of EMLoT website.
Link: http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/227214/Bard-boy-actors-of-long-ago

"Beyond the Bard."
Grant details: RQ-50382-09
Publication: British Academy News
Date: 2/2/2011
Abstract: Announcement of launching of EMLoT, on British Academy's website.
Link: http://www.britac.ac.uk/news/news.cfm/newsid/456

"Fascinating Tales of London's Early Theatres."
Grant details: RQ-50382-09
Publication: artsHub
Date: 2/9/2011
Abstract: Announcement/description of new website
Link: http://www.artshub.co.uk/uk/news-article/news/arts/fascinating-tales-of-londons-early-theatres-183247

"1642 – and EMLoT – Early Modern London Theatres."
Grant details: RQ-50382-09
Publication: IHR Digital
Date: 4/6/2011
Abstract: Description of new website.
Link: http://ihr-history.blogspot.com/2011/03/1642-and-emlot-early-modern-london.html

Sunday Feature: Myths and Mystery Cycles
Grant details: RQ-50382-09
Author(s): Tom Alban (producer)
Publication: BBC Radio 3
Date: 9/12/2010
Abstract: Radio program (45 min.) incl. excerpts of interviews with REED editors and interested scholars. The Records of Early English Drama is now one of the biggest research projects ever to have taken place in the study of English literature. It's brief is to 'establish the broad context from which the great drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries grew'. But rather than look again at the extant texts and folios of the mystery plays and pageants of the early medieval period, a small army of REED (Records of Early English Drama) scholars, marshalled from their HQ at the University of Toronto, are combing through church and court records for any reference to plays, music, pageant and performance that they can find.
Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00tp8mt

Edible books, African-American baseball shows at ISU
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Author(s): Susan Almeida
Publication: WJBC
Date: 3/24/2012
Abstract: Toni Tucker, Illinois State University Milner Library assistant dean, and Ross Griffiths, head of Heritage and Legacy Collections, talk with The Broad View about free activities coming up soon. Make an Edible Book Festival entry and participate in “Pride & Passion”, several lectures and appearances by local and national historians concerning the African-American baseball experience.
Link: http://wjbc.com/edible-book-festival-and-african-american-baseball-shows-at-isu/

‘Pride and Passion’ to be exhibited at Milner
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Author(s): Logan Zimmerman
Publication: The Vidette
Date: 3/25/2012
Abstract: article from student newspaper
Link: http://www.videtteonline.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36402:pride-and-passion-to-be-exhibited-at-milner&catid=35:newscampus&Itemid=53

Baseball History
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Author(s): Kris Lindsey
Publication: TV10
Date: 4/2/2012
Abstract: ISU’s Milner Library is hosting an exhibit about African-American Baseball by the student TV station.
Link: http://tv10.illinoisstate.edu/wp/2012/04/02/baseball-history/

African American Baseball Experience
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Author(s): Carlos T. Miranda
Publication: The Pantagraph
Date: 4/13/2012
Abstract: Ernie Westfield at the Pride and Passion traveling panel exhibit Friday, March 30, 2012, at Illinois State's Milner Library in Normal. Milner Library is hosting the traveling exhibit Pride and Passion: The African American Baseball Experience. It chronicles the history of baseball's Negro leagues challenges and successes of African-American players.
Link: http://www.pantagraph.com/african-american-baseball-experience/image_58180b2c-8581-11e1-a138-001a4bcf887a.html

GalleristNY coverage
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Author(s): Andrew Russeth
Publication: GalleristNY.com
Date: 5/15/2012
Abstract: Coverage in national contemporary art blog
Link: http://galleristny.com/2012/05/amon-carter-museum-garners-75000-grant-to-digitize-photography-archives/

FW Business Press coverage
Grant details: PW-51201-12
Author(s): Betty Dillard
Publication: Fort Worth Business Press
Date: 5/18/2012
Abstract: Fort Worth Business Press summary of grant
Link: http://fwbusinesspress55.1upprelaunch.com/main.asp?SectionID=21&SubSectionID=46&ArticleID=18952

Smell Detectives
Grant details: RA-50112-12
Author(s): Melanie Kiechle
Publication: Historical Perspectives On Contemporary Issues (Podcast)
Date: 2/11/2019
Abstract: Melanie Kiechle, Assistant Professor of History at Virginia Tech, joined the Consortium to discuss her new book on the history of health and sensory perception in urban environments. To bring diverse perspectives to the issues that Smell Detectives raises, the Consortium invited several people with related expertise to ask Melanie some questions about her work.
Link: https://www.chstm.org/smelldetectives

'Stony the Road We Trod': Teaching teachers about civil rights movement
Grant details: BH-231421-15
Publication: Montgomery Advertiser
Date: 7/1/2016
Abstract: Article on the first of two 2016 Landmarks workshops. Initial introductory paragraphs: "36 teachers toured Montgomery Thursday in order to learn about the civil rights movement and bring these lessons back to their classrooms nationwide. The workshop, which is a weeklong tour of the state, was funded through a $179,340 grant given by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to its state affiliate, the Alabama Humanities Foundation (AHF)." article continues with sections on: - "How the project grew" - "Selecting teachers to participate" - "Why they found this important" - "The tour"
Link: http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/news/2016/07/01/stony-road-we-trod-teaching-teachers-civil-rights-movement/86597288/

“The real story gets told”: educators from across the country tread the stony road of Alabama’s civil rights history to learn how to teach it to the next generation
Grant details: BH-231421-15
Author(s): Jamie McClintock
Publication: Weld
Date: 7/2/2016
Abstract: Article on the 2016 Landmarks workshops, including photos + comments from participants, project staff, and civil rights footsoldiers. Intro: "Thirty-six teachers from 22 states are spending a week traveling to different Civil Rights memorials in the state, including here in Birmingham, meeting individuals who experienced the movement firsthand. In 2002 Dr. Martha Bouyer, a former educator who now serves on the Jefferson County Board of Education, founded the project Stony the Road We Trod: Alabama’s Role in the Modern Civil Rights Movement in order to help local Birmingham educators teach the Civil Rights Movement to their students. Bouyer took teachers to historical Civil Rights sites throughout Alabama and introduced them to foot soldiers who participated in the Civil Rights Movement."
Link: http://weldbham.com/blog/2016/07/02/the-real-story-gets-told-educators-civil-rights/#

"Around the Nation": A Roundup of Activities Sponsored by the State Humanities Councils
Grant details: BH-231421-15
Author(s): Laura Wolff Scanlan
Publication: Humanities Magazine
Date: 6/30/2016
Abstract: Project listing under Alabama in "Around the Nation" roundup of state humanities council activities
Link: https://issuu.com/humanitiesmagazine/docs/24767_humanities_magazine_summer_20/38

‘Stony the Road’ Traveling Institute: Inspired, enlightened like no other
Grant details: BH-231421-15
Author(s): T.C. McLemore
Publication: Mosaic Magazine (Alabama Humanities Foundation)
Date: 9/1/2016
Abstract: Article by Alabama Humanities Foundation's programs director about the workshops. Intro: "In my first month as AHF’s new programs director, I joined 72 educators from 30 states as they convened in Birmingham to embark on a near 500-mile journey through cities, cotton fields, pine forests, and over rivers to learn in the places where Alabamians changed the world. This summer’s NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop: Stony the Road We Trod: Alabama’s Role in the Modern Civil Rights Movement set my expectations early and set them high for the quality of programming a humanities council is uniquely suited to deliver to teachers. Adequately capturing and summarizing such a profound experience has proven difficult. Fortunately, our guest teachers’ reflections offer a collective description of the workshop’s influence on their lives and careers. Their comments are featured below in italics." ...
Link: http://www.alabamahumanities.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Mosaic-Fall-2016-Web-hyperlinks.pdf

Stony The Road opens eyes and minds to Civil Rights Movement
Grant details: BH-231421-15
Author(s): Graham Hadley
Publication: Mosaic Magazine (Alabama Humanities Foundation)
Date: 9/1/2016
Abstract: Article on the 2016 workshops: "There is a difference between reading about history and living it. For teachers trying to reach out to young minds today, particularly when it comes to the Civil Rights Movement, that can be a difficult bridge to cross. But thanks to the foresight, dedication and hard work of a group of educators, with backing from The Alabama Humanities Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, those teachers are getting the tools they need to do just that." Article includes sections on "Big things from small beginnings" and "An essential program."
Link: http://www.alabamahumanities.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Mosaic-Fall-2016-Web-hyperlinks.pdf

New USS Silversides Submarine Exhibit Showcases Local Military Musicians
Grant details: FZ-231571-16
Author(s): Malachi Barrett
Publication: mlive.com
Date: 6/21/2016
Abstract: Preview and introductory article on the USS Silversides Museum exhibit "Instruments of War: A Tribute to Military Musicians" in Muskegon, MI that features the research of Prof. Mark Clague on the history of the U.S. national anthem.
Link: http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2016/06/new_silversides_exhibit.html

Banner Ballads: The Many Lyrics of The Star-Spangled Banner
Grant details: FZ-231571-16
Publication: Gerald R. Ford Library
Date: 3/7/2017
Abstract: A talk by musicologist Mark Clague on the lyrical history of the tune known as "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtrqCliWnvs

Is the National Anthem Racist? Beyond the Debate Over Colin Kaepernick
Grant details: FZ-231571-16
Author(s): JENNIFER SCHUESSLER
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 9/2/2016
Abstract: A discussion of the racial history of Francis Scott Key and "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/03/arts/music/colin-kaepernick-national-anthem.html

Noah Isenberg Shares His Book About 'Casablanca'
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Author(s): Bob Kustra
Publication: Boise State Public Radio
Date: 5/23/2017

75 Years Later, A Look At The 'Life, Legend, and Afterlife' Of 'Casablanca'
Grant details: FZ-231630-15
Publication: Fresh Air on NPR
Date: 10/11/2017
Link: http://www.npr.org/2017/10/11/557101633/75-years-later-a-look-at-the-life-legend-and-afterlife-of-casablanca

Research Is Her Cup of Tea
Grant details: FA-232028-16
Author(s): Renée K. Gadoua
Publication: Syracuse University News
Date: 3/1/2017
Abstract: n/a
Link: http://asnews.syr.edu/newsevents_2017/releases/Romita_Ray_Visual_Culture_of_Tea.html

US scholar on tea trail to dig up treasure trove
Grant details: FA-232028-16
Author(s): none
Publication: Times of India
Date: 4/10/2016
Abstract: n/a

Why A 19th Century American Slave Memoir Is Becoming A Bestseller In Japan's Bookstores
Grant details: RZ-20879-02
Author(s): Jake Adelstein
Publication: Forbes
Date: 11/15/2017
Abstract: Short article about the Japanese edition of the work.
Link: https://www.forbes.com/sites/adelsteinjake/2017/11/15/why-a-19th-century-american-slave-memoir-is-becoming-a-bestseller-in-japans-bookstores/#110c108155ef

No Title
Grant details: CE-20630-94
Publication: The Voice of NHD
Date: 9/10/2015
Link: http://www.nhd.org/news-media/the-voice-of-nhd/

The Cody Firearms Museum: More Guns Than You Can Shake a Gun At
Grant details: CH-20119-88
Author(s): Tom McHale
Publication: OutdoorHub
Date: 7/30/2013
Link: http://www.outdoorhub.com/stories/2013/07/30/the-cody-firearms-museum-more-guns-than-you-can-shake-a-gun-at/

ENCYCLOPAEDIA IRANICA
Grant details: PA-24053-02
Author(s): Shira J. Boss
Publication: Columbia College Today
Date: 11/1/2003
Abstract: General description of the work and scope of the Encyclopædia Iranica, the editor-in-chief, its support by NEH and others, and fundraising efforts.
Link: http://www.college.columbia.edu/cct_archive/nov03/features5.php

U.S.-funded encyclopedia revels in Iran's greatness
Grant details: PA-24053-02
Author(s): Jim Krane
Publication: Associated Press
Date: 3/26/2007
Abstract: A hasty and sensationalized description of the Encyclopædia Iranica, only semi-accurate and with a politicizing bent.
Link: http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Entertainment/20070326/iran_encyclopedia_070326/

No Title
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: WGN News
Date: 8/19/2010
Abstract: The exhibit was featured on WGN TV during two newscasts. A reporter filmed interviews with the director and the markeing specialist at the exhibit. The feature ran during two newscasts.

Baseball Exhibit a Great Catch by Suburban Library
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Author(s): Karen Huelsman
Publication: Chicago Sun-Times
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: Chicago Sun-Times Weekend section featured article about exhibit. The article included a photo from the exhibit and interviews with Sharon Robinson, Jackie Robinson's daughter, who spoke at the exhbiit opening and with Erik Strohl, the exhibit's curator.

No Title
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: Chicago Tribune
Date: 8/20/2010
Abstract: Chicago Tribune's Friday section, which features entertainment events, featured the exhibit in the "In the 'Burbs" page, a page that highlights key events in the suburbs.

African-American Baseball Exhibit to Open in HIghland Park
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Author(s): Donald Liebenson
Publication: Chicago Tribune
Date: 8/20/2010
Abstract: The Chicago Tribune featured the exhibit as a "Best Bet." The article featured interviews with Sharon Robinson, Jackie Robinson's daughter, and the speaker at the exhibit opening, and with the Erik Strohl, senior director of exhibits and collections at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

"Pride and Passion: The African American Baseball Experience:
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Date: 7/26/2010
Abstract: Make It Better, an enewsletter featured an article aobut the exhibit in the upcoming events section.
Link: http://www.makeitbetter.net

No Title
Grant details: LT-50076-09
Publication: What's Happening
Date: 8/21/2010
Abstract: What's Happening, a free bi-monthly newspaper delivered to all of Highland Park featured a large photo of Jackie Robinson and a explanation of the exhibit along with a listing of all of the events held in conjunction with the exhibit.

As the Gavels Fell: 240 Years at Old Bailey
Grant details: HJ-50048-10
Author(s): Patricia Cohen
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 8/17/2011
Abstract: For 240 years the grand parade of human greed, love, cruelty, longing, and foolishness was captured in the Proceedings, the published record of trials that took place at the Old Bailey, the central criminal court, in London. Now, powerful digital tools developed by an international team of researchers to search these trial reports and summaries have begun to offer new insights into the evolution of the justice system, the institution of marriage and changing morals.
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/18/books/old-bailey-trials-are-tabulated-for-scholars-online.html

The Minnesota Orchestra goes to Cuba: What can musicians hope to achieve?
Grant details: FA-55637-11
Author(s): Danielle Fosler-Lussier
Publication: The Conversation
Date: 5/15/2015
Abstract: Viewing contemporary musical diplomacy through the lens of history allows us to see the ways in which music can be effective in international relations.
Link: https://theconversation.com/the-minnesota-orchestra-goes-to-cuba-what-can-musicians-hope-to-achieve-41879

Rethinking Historical Data: A Foray into Digital Humanities
Grant details: FA-55637-11
Author(s): Danielle Fosler-Lussier
Publication: Musicology Now
Date: 6/2/2015
Link: http://musicologynow.ams-net.org/2015/06/rethinking-historical-data-foray-into.html

Documentary Symposium@Stockholm University: A Response
Grant details: FA-56087-11
Author(s): Charles Musser
Publication: blog
Date: 12/14/2011
Abstract: Response from Prof. Musser, himself a participant and presenter at the symposium "Palpable Realities: Documentary Practices from Brodsky to Morris" at Stockholm University from Dec. 9-11, 2011, about other presentations, including that by Ramona Curry about Benjamin Brodsky's role in Chinese cinema and his 1916 ethno-documentary film A TRIP THROUGH CHINA.
Link: http://www.charlesmusser.com/?p=206

Digital Worlds Institute receives grant for project with classics department
Grant details: HD-51214-11
Author(s):
Publication: Inside UF
Date: 4/20/2011
Abstract: Digital Epigraphy Toolbox project, a collaborative research initiative between the Digital Worlds Institute and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences department of classics.
Link: http://news.ufl.edu/2011/04/20/digital-grant/

Milner to host founder of Negro Leagues project
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Author(s): Logan Zimmerman
Publication: Vidette
Date: 4/15/2012
Abstract: "Milner Library will host guest speaker Jeremy Krock to discuss “The Negro Leagues Grave Marker Project” on Wednesday, April 18 from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. on the main floor of Milner Library."
Link: http://www.videtteonline.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36582:milner-to-host-founder-of-negro-leagues-project&catid=35:newscampus&Itemid=53

Negro League Baseball player speaks on history
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Author(s): Elizabeth Brei
Publication: Vidette
Date: 5/3/2012
Abstract: "Ernie L. Westfield, a former baseball player, presented “Negro League Baseball: Yesterday and Today” in Milner Library Thursday evening. It was the final part of the Pride and Passion series at Milner."
Link: http://www.videtteonline.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36748:negro-league-baseball-player-speaks-on-history&catid=35:newscampus&Itemid=53

Negro League Baseball Exhibits Visits ISU
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Author(s): Chris Newman
Publication: The Indy
Date: 4/1/2012
Abstract: article on Bloomington-Normal independent newspaper

Milner Library scores Negro League exhibit
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Author(s): Dan Craft
Publication: The Pantagraph
Date: 3/22/2012
Abstract: '“Pride and Passion: The African-American Baseball Experience,' based on the permanent exhibit of the same name in the Baseball Hall of Fame, opens Wednesday at Illinois State University."
Link: http://www.pantagraph.com/entertainment/go/milner-library-scores-negro-league-exhibit/article_8fde8bde-7394-11e1-b6ca-001871e3ce6c.html

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Society of Architectural Historians
Date: 1/25/2012
Link: (http://www.sah.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=BUS%20PA%20East&category=Publications)

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Society of Architectural Historians News
Date: 3/1/2011
Link: http://www.sah.org/clientuploads/PDFs/FINAL%20Color%20SAH%20March%202011%20New.pdf

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Date: 4/9/2010
Abstract: Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation book signing
Link: http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/ae/books/s_675542.html?source=rss&feed=7

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Pa. Books television appearance
Date: 11/20/2010
Link: http://tvlistings.zap2it.com/tv/pa-books-buildings-of-pennsylvania-pittsburgh-and-western-pa-author-lu-donnelly/EP001963220624

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Society of Architectural Historians website
Date: 1/25/2012
Link: http://www.sah.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=BUS%20PA%20West%20&category=Publications

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Society of Architectural Historians News
Date: 1/25/2012
Link: http://www.sah.org/clientuploads/TextFiles/NSAH2009DecBUS.pdf

Buildings of Hawaii
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Design Observer website
Date: 1/25/2012
Link: http://designobserver.com/books_recommended.html

Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Pennsylvania Cable Network website
Date: 1/25/2012
Link: http://www.pcntv.com/books_list.html#B

Buildings of Hawaii
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: presentation reported by American Society of Interior Designers, Hawaii Chapter e-Zine
Date: 7/15/2011
Link: http://www.asidhawaii.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=85&Itemid=154

Buildings of Hawaii
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Hawaii Public Radio interview
Date: 7/29/2011

Buildings of Hawaii
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Society of Architectural Historians website
Date: 1/25/2012
Link: http://www.sah.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=BUS%20Hawaii&category=Publications

Buildings of Hawaii
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: CHOICE
Date: 12/1/2010
Link: http://www.cro2.org/default.aspx?page=reviewdisplay&pids=3590763

Buildings of Hawaii
Grant details: PW-50603-10
Publication: Society of Architectural Historians blog
Date: 7/22/2011
Link: https://sahcommunities.groupsite.com/post/buildings-of-hawaii-by-don-hibbard

Digital Epigraphy Toolbox
Grant details: HD-51214-11
Author(s): Chris Christodoulou
Publication: Ephilology
Date: 9/29/2012
Abstract: Digital Epigraphy Toolbox is a novel and technologically advanced scientific tool for the effective study and comparative analysis of Greek and Latin inscriptions. It provides archaeologists and epigraphists with a cost-effective and efficient method for 3D digitization of inscriptions based on squeezes, as well as access to an online dynamic library of 3D inscriptions.
Link: http://ephilology.blogspot.com/2012/09/digital-epigraphy-toolbox.html

*Desperate Fishwives* Players Navigate 17th Century English Village Life
Grant details: HD-51230-11
Author(s): Craig Brandhorst
Publication: *Free Times*, Columbia SC weekly newspaper
Date: 9/28/2011
Abstract: Newspaper article about the history game being developed with NEH funding.
Link: http://www.free-times.com/index.php?cat=1992912064025693&ShowArticle_ID=11012709110837472

Computer game explores 17th-century village life
Grant details: HD-51230-11
Author(s): Chris Horn
Publication: U of South Carolina online news
Date: 9/9/2011
Abstract: Online story about a history game under development.
Link: http://www.sc.edu/news/newsarticle.php?nid=1901

The Promise of Digital Humanities
Grant details: HD-51328-11
Author(s): Steve Kolowich
Publication: Inside Higher Ed
Date: 9/28/2011
Abstract: Report on ODH Director's Meeting, with Pox and the City mentioned by name
Link: http://app3.insidehighered.com/layout/set/popup/news/2011/09/28/national_endowment_for_the_humanities_celebrates_digital_humanities_projects

Testing a Smallpox Digital Game
Grant details: HD-51328-11
Author(s): Karie Youngdahl
Publication: History of Vaccines
Date: 6/5/2013
Abstract: Description of playtesting the game.
Link: http://www.historyofvaccines.org/content/blog/testing-smallpox-digital-game

Interview: Pox and the City: A Public Health History Game
Grant details: HD-51328-11
Author(s): Janet Golden
Publication: Philly.com/public_health
Date: 6/11/2013
Abstract: Interview with Janet Golden, giving overview of the project and describing its next steps.
Link: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/public_health/Pox-and-the-City-A-public-health-history-game.html

Pox in the City
Grant details: HD-51328-11
Author(s):
Publication: Humanities Magazine
Date: 1/1/2013
Link: http://www.neh.gov/humanities/2013/januaryfebruary/feature/pox-in-the-city

Fort Vancouver smartphone app brings history to life
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Author(s): Tom Vogt
Publication: The Columbian
Date: 1/15/2012
Abstract: Article describes how the the development of the Fort Vancouver Mobile App is unique, as it uses the mobile device as a storytelling element versus other apps that only provide information/directions. Several of the modules receive mention.
Link: http://www.columbian.com/news/2012/jan/15/fort-vancouver-smartphone-app-wsu-national-park/?fb_comment_id=fbc_10150513413284765_20315463_10150518725889765#fafcc80c4

WSUV program links technology with community
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Author(s): Gordon Oliver
Publication: The Columbian
Date: 12/10/2011
Abstract: Article describes community outreach of the Creative Media and Digital Culture program at WSUV. The Fort Vancouver mobile phone app receives mention as a part of the important work emanating from the CMDC program.
Link: http://www.columbian.com/news/2011/dec/10/linking-technology-with-community/

Digging into history, archaeology at the fort
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Author(s): Tom Vogt
Publication: The Columbian
Date: 6/20/2011
Abstract: Fort Vancouver Mobile App mentioned in sidebar article, "History in your hand"
Link: http://www.columbian.com/news/2011/jul/19/digging-into-history-archaeology-at-the-fort/

Phone app guides visitors through Fort Vancouver
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Author(s): staff
Publication: Fox 12 News, KPTV
Date: 7/18/2011
Abstract: Originally aired as a news report, the story introduced viewers to the Fort Vancouver Mobile App. It now exists as a mention on the KPTV website.
Link: http://www.kptv.com/story/15103922/phone-app-guides-visitors-through-fort-vancouver

Seen in the Wild: WSU’s Digital Storytelling Class
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Author(s): Jason Farman
Publication: Mobile Interface Theory
Date: 2/5/2012
Abstract: Blog features a photo of the Digital Storytelling class reading the Mobile Interface Theory text while working at Fort Vancouver.
Link: http://mobileinterfacetheory.com/seen-in-the-wild-wsu-class/

William Wells Brown may be the most famous 19th century African American writer you've never heard of
Grant details: FA-55748-11
Author(s): Fred Wasser
Publication: PRI's The World
Date: 11/14/2014
Abstract: Interview with Prof. Greenspan on his new book for Public Radio International.
Link: http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-11-14/william-wells-brown-may-be-most-famous-19th-century-african-american-writer-youve

Wiliam Wells Brown
Grant details: FA-55748-11
Publication: The New Yorker, 'Briefly Noted'
Date: 10/20/2014
Abstract: Featured in the New Yorker's 'Briefly Noted' section.
Link: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/10/20/briefly-noted-774

Thomas Edison: America's First Modern Innovator
Grant details: RQ-50570-11
Author(s):
Publication: Tech News Daily
Date: 4/6/2012
Abstract: Article about Edison's transformation of invention into a broader process of R&D and innovation.
Link: http://http://www.technewsdaily.com/5648-thomas-edison-modern-innovator.html

University Press receives grant of nearly $25,000 for digital publishing
Grant details: HD-51539-12
Publication: North Georgia News
Date: 4/10/2012
Link: http://www.northgeorgia.edu/NorthGeorgiaNews/articles.aspx?id=4294979339

NGCSU University Press receives grant of nearly $25,000
Grant details: HD-51539-12
Publication: Access North Georgia
Date: 4/10/2012
Link: http://http://www.accessnorthga.com/detail.php?n=247374

Encouraging Digital Publishing in the Humanities: A Report on an NEH-sponsored Workshop
Grant details: HD-51539-12
Author(s): Adeline Koh
Publication: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 1/15/2013
Abstract: How is the world of academic publishing adapting to the move from print to digital? This has already been the subject of numerous ProfHacker articles, including a report on THATCamp publishing, and my series of interviews with academic libraries and presses on Digital Challenges to Academic Publishing.
Link: http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/encouraging-digital-publishing-in-the-humanities-a-report-on-an-neh-sponsored-workshop/45309

Digital publishing initiatives bring grant
Grant details: HD-51539-12
Author(s): Mike Marshall
Publication: News @ UNG
Date: 2/26/2013
Abstract: In today’s digital world, information is often accessed at high speeds via the internet rather than by book or essay—a trend that is affecting change in areas where more traditional forms of publishing have existed for decades. Higher education is no exception, and Dr. Bonnie Robinson, professor of English at the University of North Georgia, has helped bridge the gap for the University Press by developing digital initiatives and helping to secure a Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The University Press is a scholarly, peer-reviewed press used to promote education, research, and intellectual activity, and provides students an environment to gain experience in publishing and marketing.
Link: http://ung.edu/news/articles/2013/02/digital-publishing-initiatives-bring-endowment.php

"Two Versions of Cesar Chavez Come to Light"
Grant details: FB-56936-13
Author(s): Hector Tobar
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Date: 3/22/2014
Abstract: Feature story about biography, contrasting to upcoming movie about Chavez

A digital archive of slave voyages details the largest forced migration in history
Grant details: HK-230986-15
Author(s): Philip Misevich, Daniel Domingues, David Eltis, Nicholas Radburn, Nafees M. Khan
Publication: The Conversation
Date: 4/30/2017
Abstract: ? Twitter393 ? Facebook8.5k ? LinkedIn ? Print Between 1500 and 1866, slave traders forced 12.5 million Africans aboard transatlantic slave vessels. Before 1820, four enslaved Africans crossed the Atlantic for every European, making Africa the demographic wellspring for the repopulation of the Americas after Columbus’ voyages. The slave trade pulled virtually every port that faced the Atlantic Ocean – from Copenhagen to Cape Town and Boston to Buenos Aires – into its orbit. To document this enormous trade – the largest forced oceanic migration in human history – our team launched Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database, a freely available online resource that lets visitors search through and analyze information on nearly 36,000 slave voyages that occurred between 1514 and 1866.
Link: https://theconversation.com/a-digital-archive-of-slave-voyages-details-the-largest-forced-migration-in-history-74902

Documenting Slave Voyages
Grant details: HK-230986-15
Author(s): Kimber Williams
Publication: Emory News
Date: 6/1/2019
Abstract: Led by Emory, a massive digital memorial shines new light on one of the most harrowing chapters of human history
Link: https://news.emory.edu/features/2019/06/slave-voyages/

emp 2008
Grant details: FT-54176-06
Publication: 17 Dots
Date: 4/15/2008
Abstract: By far the most fascinating presentation of the conference for me. Gruber started a slideshow of more than 200 pictures as she began her talk that showed various Germans and Czechs dressed up in country music, cowboy, Union and Confederate soldier and Indian garb.
Link: http://17dots.com/2008/04/15/emp-2008/

Where's the next Walter Lippmann?
Grant details: FB-53636-08
Author(s): Alexander Heffner
Publication: Washington Post
Date: 8/15/2011
Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/political-bookworm/post/wheres-the-next-walter-lippmann/2011/08/15/gIQAv2CfHJ_blog.html

At Issue
Grant details: FB-53636-08
Author(s): Ben Merens
Publication: At Issue with ben Merens (Wisconsin Public Radio)
Date: 3/26/2012
Abstract: Hour long talk radio show on opinion formats and their influence in democracy.
Link: http://wpr.org/merens/

Wanted: Eagle Rockers Who Understand 'The Eagle Rock Effect'
Grant details: FB-53636-08
Author(s): Ajay Singh
Publication: EagleRockPatch
Date: 4/5/2012
Link: http://eaglerock.patch.com/articles/wanted-eagle-rockers-who-understand-the-eagle-rock-effect#photo-5792918

Comedy Gets Serious
Grant details: FB-53636-08
Author(s): Mieke H. Bomann
Publication: Mount Holyoke Quarterly
Date: 10/19/2011
Link: http://issuu.com/mhcalumnae/docs/2011_fallq_1.0?mode=embed

Caribbean Literature the Focus of National
Grant details: AC-50066-09
Publication: tamuk.edu.news
Date: 6/25/2011
Abstract: article about second summer seminar for Exploring the Global Caribbean
Link: http://www.tamuk.edu/news/2011/07/caribbean_seminar.html

Caribbean Literature, Culture Taught at A&M-Kingsville
Grant details: AC-50066-09
Publication: tamuk.edu.news
Date: 6/25/2010
Abstract: announcement of grant
Link: http://www.tamuk.edu/news/2009/06/caribbean_grant.html

First Year Seminar Focusing on Caribbean
Grant details: AC-50066-09
Date: 9/8/2010
Abstract: description of first summer seminar for Exploring the Global Caribbean
Link: http://www.tamuk.edu/news/2010/06/caribbean/html

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Paula Wasley
Publication: National Endowment for the Humanities
Date: 2/1/2011
Link: http://www.neh.gov/news/archive/02012011.html

Maurice Berger on "For All the World to See"
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Will Corwin
Publication: Art on Air
Date: 9/10/2010
Abstract: Radio Interview: Will goes on location to the International Center of Photography to interview Maurice Berger, the curator and author of the exhibition and book For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Link: http://artonair.org/show/maurice-berger

For All the World to See
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Sherri Hope Culver
Publication: National association for Media Literacy
Date: 9/11/2010
Abstract: The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) recommends For All the World to See at the International Center of Photography in New York City. NAMLE's mission is to improve and expand the practice of media literacy education in the United States.
Link: http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs008/1101581570149/archive/1103493676982.html

Top Twenty for May 2010
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Walter Robinson
Publication: Artnet Magazine
Date: 5/1/2010
Abstract: Artnet selects For All the World to See as one of the twenty top national museum shows for May 2010.
Link: http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/news/ntm/ntm5-1-10.asp

For All the World to See
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Humanities Magazine
Date: 5/1/2010
Abstract: Read about For All the World to See in the May/June Humanities magazine, published by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Pictures of Progress
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Website of UMBC
Date: 5/7/2010
Abstract: Profile of For All the World to See that just on the UMBC's university-wide website. The piece offers excellent background on the project and its curator, Maurice Berger.
Link: http://www.umbc.edu/window/progress.html

Stage Banter: Trouble, Trouble Everywhere
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Amrita Ramanan
Publication: Arena Stage Blog (DC)
Date: 9/9/2011
Abstract: Washington DC's renowned Arena Stage recommends a visit to FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE in its Stage Banter blog.
Link: http://blog.arenastage.org/arena_stage_blogs/2011/09/trouble-trouble-everywhere.html

For All the World to See Webpage
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Yale University Press
Publication: Yale University Press
Date: 12/1/2009
Abstract: The Yale University Press webpage for the companion book to For All the World to See.
Link: http://yalepress.yale.edu/book.asp?isbn=9780300121315

Scholar Wins Grant to Fund Civil Rights Book and Exhibition
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Natalie Ingleby
Publication: The Weekly Retriever
Date: 12/8/2009
Abstract: Early coverage of the project and NEH grant in UMBC's student newspaper, The weekly Retriever.
Link: http://www.retrieverweekly.com/?cmd=displaystory&story_id=5161&format=html

Scholar Wins Grant to Fund Civil Rights Book and Exhibition
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Natalie Ingleby
Publication: The Weekly Retriever
Date: 12/8/2009
Abstract: Early coverage of the project and NEH grant in UMBC's student newspaper, The weekly Retriever.
Link: http://www.retrieverweekly.com/?cmd=displaystory&story_id=5161&format=html

Sign of the Times
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: UMBC Magazine
Date: 1/1/2010
Abstract: Early coverage of the project in UMBC's magazine.

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Curated
Date: 3/17/2010
Abstract: “For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil on the Curated magazine website.
Link: http://www.curatedmag.com/news/2010/03/17/for-all-the-world-to-see-visual-culture-and-the-struggle-for-civil-rights/

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Find New York
Date: 6/1/2010
Abstract: Featured listing of For All the World to See in one of New York's most widely read visitors/tourists guide.

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Washington City Paper
Date: 9/8/2011
Abstract: Listing of exhibition at the National Museum of American History.
Link: http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/calendar/events/show/5263/

Around Town: For All the World to See
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: DC Metro Arts
Date: 6/10/2011
Abstract: Extended listing of For All the World to See at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History
Link: http://dcmetroarts.com/around_the_town.cfm

A Long Summer Book List
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Coco Lopez
Publication: AKACOCOLOPEZ
Date: 8/9/2011
Link: http://akacocolopez.wordpress.com/2011/08/09/a-long-summer-book-list/

International Center of Photography Presents 'For All the World to See' 5/21-9/12
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Broadway World
Date: 5/21/2010
Abstract: Press introduction to For All the World to See, published by Broadway World before opening of New York venue.
Link: http://broadwayworld.com/article/International_Center_of_Photography_Presents_For_All_the_World_to_See_521912_20100521

Curator and Scholar Maurice Berger Wins $400,000 NEH Grant
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Artforum
Date: 12/8/2009

2010 Summer Road Trip Map
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Bomb Magazine
Date: 7/1/2011
Abstract: BOMB Magazine includes For All the World to See at ICP on its national 2010 Summer Road Trip Map, July 2010.
Link: http://bombsite.powweb.com/?page_id=2754

An Embarrassment of Riches: A Look at New York’s Very Best Small Museums
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Alexandra Peers
Publication: The New York Observer
Date: 9/7/2010
Abstract: The New York Observer selects For All the World to See at the International Center of Photography in its round up of New York's very best small museums.
Link: http://neptune.observer.com/2010/culture/embarrassment-riches

Curators Choose Best Exhibitions And Catalogues, 2010
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Judith H. Dobrzynski
Publication: Arts Journal
Date: 5/18/2011
Abstract: Article announces the annual awards of the The Association of Art Museum Curators--which includes For All the World to See as the best exhibition in a University Museum--the only prizes given to curators by their peers.
Link: http://www.artsjournal.com/realcleararts/2011/05/curatorial-awards-2010.html

Summer Guide '11: June Bugs Crave Festivals and Sunshine
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Washington Express (Washington Post)
Date: 5/12/2011
Abstract: The Washington Post's Express Night Out picks For All the World to See as a summer destination in DC.
Link: http://www.expressnightout.com/content/2011/05/summer-guide-11-june-bugs.php

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights at the DuSable Museum
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Art Log Chicago
Date: 1/15/2011
Abstract: Read about For All the World to See at the DuSable Museum of African American History in Chicago on Artlog.
Link: http://artlog.com/events/70841-for-all-the-world-to

"Call to Action" designation
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Author(s): Brett Oppegaard
Publication: Fort Vancouver Mobile (Sub Rosa)
Date: 11/4/2011
Abstract: A blog entry celebrating the "Call to Action" designation by Fort Vancouver for the mobile app.
Link: http://fortvancouvermobilesubrosa.blogspot.com/2011/11/call-to-action-designation.html

Letters Brought to Life: The correspondence of Samuel Beckett has been a lesson for Emory graduate students
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): The Editor
Publication: Emory Magazine
Date: 9/22/2016
Abstract: Brief piece on the letters project.
Link: http://www.emory.edu/EMORY_MAGAZINE/issues/2016/autumn%20/of_note/BECKETT.html

The Letters of Samuel Beckett 1966-1989, A BOOK TRAILER
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Cambridge Academic Books
Publication: YouTube
Date: 9/14/2016
Abstract: YouTube clip
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y38gQ-thlvU

Letters editor Martha Dow Fehsenfeld remembers Samuel Beckett
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Martha Fehsenfeld
Publication: Cambridge Blog
Date: 10/6/2016
Abstract: About Samuel Beckett, by someone who knew him.
Link: http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2016/10/letters-editor-martha-fehsenfeld-remembers-samuel-beckett/

An Interview with Dan Gunn on The Letters of Samuel Beckett (Part I)
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Cambridge University Press
Publication: Fifteeneightyfour (Academic Perspectives from Cambridge University Press
Date: 9/29/2016
Abstract: Interview with Beckett Letters editor
Link: http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2016/09/an-interview-with-dan-gunn-on-the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-part-1/

An interview with Dan Gunn on The Letters of Samuel Beckett (Part 2)
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Cambridge University Press
Publication: Fifteeneightyfour (Academic Perspectives from Cambridge University Press
Date: 9/30/2016
Abstract: Interview
Link: http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2016/09/an-interview-with-dan-gunn-on-the-letters-of-samuel-beckett-part-2/

Video interview with editor Dan Gunn
Grant details: RQ-50566-11
Author(s): Cambridge University Press
Publication: Fifteeneightyfour (Academic Perspectives from Cambridge University Press
Date: 10/5/2016
Abstract: Interview
Link: http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2016/10/video-interview-with-editor-dan-gunn/

History Professor Receives NEH Fellowship for Research in Turkey
Grant details: RA-50108-12
Author(s): Darinda Sharp
Publication: Arkansas Newswire
Date: 5/2/2013
Abstract: press release announcing NEH FPIRI ARIT fellowship award to Dr. Nikolay Antov, History, University of Arkansas
Link: https://newswire.uark.edu/articles/21116/history-professor-receives-neh-fellowship-for-research-in-turkey

History Prof Mapping a New View of the Medieval World
Grant details: FB-57108-13
Author(s): Kathleen Tuck,
Publication: Boise State University
Date: 6/1/2015
Link: http://news.boisestate.edu/update/2015/05/26/history-prof-mapping-a-new-view-of-the-medieval-world/

Art doctors: Midwest Art Conservation Center keep paintings healthy
Grant details: PE-50098-13
Author(s): Mary Abbel
Publication: Star Tribune
Date: 5/5/2013
Abstract: Who are you going to call when good art goes bad? This is a case for the Midwest Art Conservation Center. The piece profiles the work of the MACC center in Minneapolis and the Upper Midwest region.
Link: http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/mnmuseums/205432891.html

New Approach Developed by Humanists and Scientists Maps Evolution of Literature
Grant details: HD-248410-16
Publication: UT News
Date: 4/10/2017
Link: https://news.utexas.edu/2017/04/05/mapping-the-evolution-of-literature-using-science-techniques

Not a Fair Fight: ‘Viruses Don’t Play By Our Rules,’ Says MacPhail
Grant details: HAA-256132-17
Author(s): Carla Garnett
Publication: NIH Record
Date: 3/9/2018
Link: https://nihrecord.nih.gov/newsletters/2018/03_09_2018/story1.htm

Virginia Tech Publishing launches first peer-reviewed book under its own imprint
Grant details: HAA-256132-17
Author(s): Elise Monsour Puckett, Peter Potter
Publication: VT Tech Daily
Date: 6/7/2019
Abstract: Virginia Tech Publishing, Virginia Tech’s scholarly publishing hub housed in the University Libraries, recently launched “Viral Networks: Connecting Digital Humanities and Medical History,” the first peer-reviewed book to be released solely under the Virginia Tech Publishing imprint.
Link: https://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2019/05/univlib-viralnetworks.html

Viral Networks workshop to use digital humanities tools to illuminate medical history
Grant details: HAA-256132-17
Author(s): Paula Bryon
Publication: VT Tech Daily
Date: 12/18/2017
Link: https://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2017/12/clahs-viral-networks-workshop.html

Viral Networks, Reconnected: Scholars Use Digital Tools to Explore Medical History
Grant details: HAA-256132-17
Author(s): Dana Talesnik
Publication: NIH Record
Date: 7/12/2019
Abstract: Some medical historians are looking at their research in a whole new light. Three of these scholars recently described their experiences using new digital platforms to bring a fresh perspective to their historical data. The scholars, who spoke at an NLM forum recently in Lister Hill Auditorium, were among 10 researchers featured in the new peer-reviewed, open-access book Viral Networks: Connecting Digital Humanities and Medical History. The forum reunited the trio a year after a 2018 workshop at NIH where they explored how network analysis can provide useful insights into their data. The workshop, forum and book are part of a long-standing digital humanities partnership between NIH and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Link: https://nihrecord.nih.gov/newsletters/2019/07_12_2019/story2.htm

Mark Williams Is on a Mission to Preserve Visual Culture
Grant details: HAA-263803-19
Author(s): Hannah Silverstein
Publication: Dartmouth News
Date: 3/14/2019
Link: https://news.dartmouth.edu/news/2019/03/mark-williams-mission-preserve-visual-culture

Million in Washington Viewed Relics From King Tut's Tomb
Grant details: GM-*1169-76
Author(s): Linda Charlton
Publication: New York Times
Date: 3/16/1977
Abstract: WASHINGTON, March 15 President Carter has seen it, and so has his mother-in-law. And Amy. Elizabeth Taylor, a one-time Cleopatra, strolled through unnoticed, Moshe Dayan dropped in And nearly a million ordinary citizens stood in line for hours to look at the golden treasure of Tutankhamen's tomb.
Link: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9B05E4DF1339E334BC4E52DFB566838C669EDE

"Saudi Arabia Freedom Riders" and
Grant details: FA-37403-02
Date: 1/3/2012

'Quills, Thrills and Revolutionary Bills'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Dominic Sandbrook
Publication: Daily Telegraph
Date: 12/9/2006

'Put that in your stocking'
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Rafael Behr
Publication: Observer
Date: 12/17/2006

No Title
Grant details: FA-37412-02
Author(s): Peter Blegvad
Publication: The Spectator
Date: 12/16/2006

13 book reviews and 4 blog postings
Grant details: FA-50152-04
Author(s): various
Publication: Times Literary Supplement, Spiritus, Speculum, Zeitschrift fur deutsches Altertum und deutsche Literatur, etc.
Date: 12/21/2011

Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) Names Best Practices in Site Preservation Award Winners
Grant details: RZ-50334-05
Author(s): AIA Site Preservation Program
Publication: Archaeological Inistitute of America Website
Date: 1/13/2012
Abstract: BOSTON—January 12, 2012—The AIA Site Preservation Program named Donald Haggis and Margaret Mook, directors of the Azoria Project and professors at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Iowa State University, respectively, as winners of the AIA’s 2012 Best Practices in Site Preservation Award. The award, established in 2011 by the AIA Site Preservation Committee to identify and promote best practices in the interdisciplinary field of site preservation, was presented at the AIA’s 113th Annual Meeting this past weekend in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Link: http://www.archaeological.org/news/currentprojects/7583

A place of ritual brought to light
Grant details: RZ-50334-05
Publication: Nea Krete (Lasithi Section)
Date: 7/14/2006
Abstract: A place of ritual brought to light (????? ?at?e?a? ???e st? "f??") – ?as??? ?ep??t?? – 14 ??????? 2006 - 20:09

Haggis gets award
Grant details: RZ-50334-05
Publication: The Herald Sun, Durham, NC
Date: 2/14/2012
Abstract: Haggis gets award CHAPEL HILL — Donald Haggis, professor of classical archaeology at UNC Chapel Hill, has received a 2012 Best Practices in Site Preservation Award from the Archaeological Institute of America, North America’s oldest and largest archaeological organization. Haggis and his colleague, Margaret Mook of Iowa State University, were recognized for their work in co-directing the Azoria Project on the island of Crete, the largest island in Greece. The Azoria Project focuses on the excavation of an Early Iron Age-Archaic site. It explores the processes of urbanization and state-formation in the Early Iron Age and early Archaic period. Read more: The Herald-Sun - CAMPUS BRIEFS Feb 14
Link: http://www.heraldsun.com/view/full_story/17512654/article-CAMPUS-BRIEFS--Feb--14

African-American Women Doctors in the Early 20th Century
Grant details: HB-232147-16
Publication: C-SPAN Lectures in History Series
Date: 9/17/2016
Abstract: I discussed African American women doctors in the early 20th century, specifically Dickens work with other physicians in Philadelphia. I described their efforts on behalf of other African American women in the areas of birthing practices and cancer prevention. I argued that many of theses doctors saw a connection between race and health activism.
Link: https://www.c-span.org/video/?408414-1/africanamerican-women-doctors-early-20th-century

Radio: Milton Rosenberg WGN Extension 720 Participant and panelist, “The Diary and Letters as a Literary Form, March 2003
Grant details: FA-37456-02
Date: 12/27/2011

National Public Radio, the Todd Mundt Show, May 2003.
Grant details: FA-37456-02
Date: 12/27/2011

The Power of Creole
Grant details: FA-37500-02
Author(s): Leon Neyfakh
Publication: Boston Globe
Date: 7/24/2011
Abstract: Media story on follow-up work to NEH-funded research
Link: http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2011/07/24/the_power_of_creole/?page=full

MIT's Michel DeGraff on Expanding Access to Education in Haiti
Grant details: FA-37500-02
Publication: Education Portal
Date: 8/31/2011
Abstract: Interview with Michel DeGraff, related to follow-up work on NEH-funded research
Link: http://education-portal.com/articles/Expanding_Access_to_Education_Professor_Michel_DeGraff_Talks_About_His_Work_for_Haiti_at_MIT.html

Our word is our bond
Grant details: FA-37500-02
Publication: Voices from Haiti
Date: 8/31/2011
Abstract: Interview with Michel DeGraff, related to follow-up work on NEH-funded research
Link: http://www.voicesfromhaiti.com/inner-views/michel-degraff-mit-linguistics-professor-our-word-is-our-bond/

Radio Liberty Interview
Grant details: FT-53500-05
Author(s): Aleksandr Sirotin
Publication: Radio Liberty
Date: 9/25/2011
Abstract: This is a telephone interview on the book and my views on the intellectual and political atmosphere in Putin's Russia.
Link: http://www.svobodanews.ru/content/article/24338466.html

"Rossiia eto--periferiia? Interview s Edith Clowes"
Grant details: FT-53500-05
Author(s): Aleksandr Sirotin
Publication: Chaika
Date: 9/16/2011
Abstract: This is a longer version of the Radio Liberty interview. In Russian.

Interviews
Grant details: FA-53332-07
Date: 1/7/2012
Abstract: Radio interviews: American Public Media's "Marketplace"; WMBR, "Radio with a View"; WFMU, "Antique Phonograph Hour"; WVUD, "ArtSounds"

Lavinia Dock Award
Grant details: FA-53834-08
Publication: American Association for the History of Nursing
Date: 8/24/2011
Abstract: For outstanding book in the history of nursing

Doody's Core Title 2010
Grant details: FA-53834-08
Date: 8/24/2011

“Whitman Takes Manhattan”
Grant details: HD-50537-08
Author(s): Jennifer Howard
Publication: Wired Campus/The Chronicle.com
Date: 4/8/2009
Abstract: General reportage on the project soon after the grant was announced.
Link: http://chronicle.com/blogs/wiredcampus/whitman-takes-manhattan/4618

Walt Whitman Goes 2.0
Grant details: HD-50537-08
Author(s): Harris, Chandler
Publication: Converge
Date: 3/1/2009
Abstract: In-depth look at the project. I can provide a PDF copy of the article if desired (the magazine did a nice job on production)

Teaching Online in 'Real Time'
Grant details: HD-50537-08
Publication: CUNY Matters
Date: 5/1/2009
Abstract: A piece on online teaching at CUNY that discusses the "Looking for Whitman" project.
Link: http://www.cityuniversityofnewyork.com/news/publications/cunymatters/may09/teaching-online.html

Using a Robot to Throw a Wrench Into the Stereotyping of Girls
Grant details: HD-51132-10
Author(s): Emily Hager
Publication: New York Times
Date: 9/10/2010
Abstract: NY Times article about the Lower Eastside Girls Club STEM programs, related to NEH-funded programs.
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/11/nyregion/11metjournal.html?_r=1

Immersive 3D dome is the Future of Gaming
Grant details: HD-51132-10
Author(s): Joe Kukura
Publication: Allvoices
Date: 1/27/2012
Abstract: Coverage of the presentation of the Unity and mini-dome work, at MacWorld 2012, San Francisco
Link: http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/11395047-immersive-3d-game-dome-is-the-future-of-gaming

Why work? Prof is wondering
Grant details: AQ-50358-11
Author(s): Mark Guydish
Publication: The Times Leader
Date: 8/24/2011
Abstract: At a time when 9.2 percent unemployment has many Americans saying “please give me work,” Jonathan Malesic concedes it may be bit hard for the average person to see logic in his new class that asks “what is the value of work?”
Link: http://http://www.timesleader.com/news/Why_work__Prof_is_wondering_08-14-2011.html?searchterm=malesic

King's College adds a course to aid students' quest for meaning
Grant details: AQ-50358-11
Author(s): Dave Gardner
Publication: Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal
Date: 10/1/2011
Abstract: King’s College has launched a new course that, its instructor jokes, has inspired his colleagues to talk about him behind his back. The course is entitled “Enduring Question: Why Work?” and is being offered to all students in the core undergraduate curriculum. Jonathan Malesic, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology, is serving as the instructor after developing the curriculum with the help of a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Link: http://biz570.com/education-healthcare/education/king-s-college-adds-a-course-to-aid-students-quest-for-meaning-1.1213561

King's College receives $25,000 humanities grant
Grant details: AQ-50358-11
Publication: Citizens' Voice
Date: 9/19/2011
Abstract: King's College has been awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Enduring Questions Program to develop and teach a course examining the value of work. Jonathan Malesic, associate professor of theology at King's, will serve as project director for the nearly $25,000 grant.
Link: http://citizensvoice.com/arts-living/2.223/king-s-awarded-grant-for-course-on-value-of-work-1.1203916

Zuni Ask Europe to Return Sacred Art
Grant details: FB-56147-12
Author(s): , Rachel Donadio
Publication: New York Times
Date: 4/8/2014
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/09/arts/design/zuni-petition-european-museums-to-return-sacred-objects.html?_r=0

Winter Elliot Attends National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Author(s): Danielle Miller
Publication: Brenau University News
Date: 7/15/2013
Link: http://update.brenau.edu/2013/07/15/winter-elliot-attends-national-endowment-for-the-humanities-summer-institute/

Slavery study trip highlights racism of yesterday and today
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Publication: Pierce News
Date: 9/18/2013
Link: http://wp.pierce.ctc.edu/blog/piercenews/2013/09/18/slavery-study-trip-highlights-racism-of-yesterday-and-today/

Brittain Fellow Noah Mass Accepted for NEH 2013 Summer Institute
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Publication: LMC@gtech
Date: 4/8/2013
Link: http://lmc-gt.blogspot.com/2013/04/brittain-fellow-noah-mass-accepted-for.html#!/2013/04/brittain-fellow-noah-mass-accepted-for.html

Milestones - GHS NEH Summer Institute
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Author(s): Georgia Historical Society
Publication: Georgia History Today
Date: 11/1/2013
Abstract: Fall/Winter 2013
Link: http://georgiahistory.com/publications-scholarship/georgia-history-today/

Happenings - NEH Summer Institute
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Author(s): Georgia Historical Society
Publication: Georgia History Today
Date: 11/1/2012
Abstract: Announcement of upcoming Summer Institute
Link: http://georgiahistory.com/publications-scholarship/georgia-history-today/

Happenings - NEH Summer Institute
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Author(s): Georgia Historical Society
Publication: Georgia History Today
Date: 5/1/2013
Abstract: Notice of Upcoming Institute
Link: http://georgiahistory.com/publications-scholarship/georgia-history-today/

H-Net Announcement
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Author(s): Georgia Historical Society
Date: 2/6/2014
Link: http://www.h-net.org/announce/show.cgi?ID=199665

H-Net Announcement
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Author(s): Georgia Historical Society
Date: 12/18/2012
Link: http://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=h-histgeog&month=1212&week=c&msg=pEs2FE5BfWP96WLX8Z734Q&user=&pw=

Local professor attends Georgia African-American history event
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Author(s): Megan Erbacher
Publication: CourierPress.com
Date: 7/27/2013
Link: http://www.courierpress.com/news/2013/jul/27/local-professor-attends-cultural-event/?print=1

Georgia Historical Society News - June 5, 2013
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Publication: AmericanTowns.com
Date: 6/10/2013
Abstract: Reprint of Press Release Announcing NEH Summer Institute
Link: http://www.americantowns.com/ga/savannah/news/georgia-historical-society-news-june-5-2013-14665993

Pamphlets, Buttons and Posters at work for civil rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Multiliteracy Revolution
Date: 7/22/2011
Abstract: This article explores the visual literacy aspect of the For All the World to See exhibition.
Link: http://multiliteracyrevolution.wordpress.com/2011/07/22/pamphlets-buttons-and-posters-at-work-for-civil-rights/

Cum au raspandit posterele drepturile civile in SUA?
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: 9 AM News
Date: 6/11/2011
Abstract: For All the World to See as covered by the Romanian News Service.
Link: http://www.9am.ro/top/International/214765/Cum-au-raspandit-posterele-drepturile-civile-in-SUA.html

Civil Rights Movement Showcase, “All the World can See”
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Nicole Williams
Publication: Toonari Post
Date: 8/3/2011
Link: http://www.toonaripost.com/2011/08/life-style/civil-right-movement-showcase-all-the-world-can-see/

"The Power of Imagery in Advancing Civil Rights"
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Arcynta Ali Childs
Publication: Smithsonian Magazine
Date: 10/1/2010
Abstract: Personal profile of curator Dr. Maurice Berger, his work on race and visual culture, and ome of the issues and personal history that led up to the creation of "For All The World To See."
Link: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/The-Power-of-Imagery-in-Advancing-Civil-Rights.html

Washington Talks About Race
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Joslyn Osten
Publication: Anthropology News
Date: 10/3/2011
Abstract: FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE becomes part of a Smithsonian-wide conversation on race. This piece in ANTHROPOLOGY NEWS--"Washington Talks About Race" by Joslyn Osten--explores this debate.
Link: http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2011/10/03/washington-talks-about-race/

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: Know What's Hot DC
Date: 10/4/2011
Abstract: KNOW WHAT'S HOT DC picks FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE has a "hot" event at The Smithsonian.
Link: http://dc.knowwhatshot.com/blog/oct-4-2011-for-all-the-world-to-see-visual-culture-and-the-struggle-for-civil-rights-at-national-museum-of-american-history/

For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: CivicSource
Date: 10/11/2011
Abstract: CivicSource, a civil engagement web portal, recomme4nds FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE
Link: http://www.civicsource.org/media/visual-culture-and-the-struggle-for-civil-rights/

‘Hands on the Freedom Plow’ nets Hooks Institute Book Award
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Publication: The Tri-State Defender
Date: 5/27/2011
Abstract: The Tri-State Defender reports on the 2011 National Book Award from the Benjamin L. Hooks Center for Social Justice at the University of Memphis.
Link: http://tri-statedefenderonline.com/articlelive/articles/6248/1/Hands-on-the-Freedom-Plow-nets-Hooks-Institute-Book-Award/Page1.html

NEH on the Road Announces Next Exhibition
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): NEH on the Road
Publication: NEH on the Road Website
Date: 4/1/2011
Abstract: NEH on the Road officially announces for For All the World to See as the next exhibition on their roster.
Link: http://nehontheroad.org/SiteResources/Data/Templates/t2.asp?docid=564&DocName=NEWS+-+Coming+in+April+2012

THE WEEK AHEAD | MAY 16--MAY 22
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Karen Rosenberg
Publication: New York Times
Date: 5/16/2010
Abstract: The New York Times selects For All the World to See as its art pick for important cultural events for the week of 15 May 2010.
Link: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9C07E7D9153BF935A25756C0A9669D8B63&scp=18&sq=%22For+All+the+world+to+See%22+International+center+photography&st=nyt

Y la lucha por los derechos civiles se hizo mensaje
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Barbara Celis
Publication: El Pais (spain)
Date: 5/24/2010
Abstract: Read about For All the World to See, in El Pais, Spain's most widely-circulated newspaper.
Link: http://www.elpais.com/articulo/cultura/lucha/derechos/civiles/hizo/mensaje/elpepucul/20100524elpepicul_7/Tes

Wie die Medien den Kampf um die Bürgerrechte unterstützten
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Sacha Verna
Publication: German National Radio
Date: 5/26/2010
Abstract: Hear this report on For All the World to See on German National Radio
Link: http://www.dradio.de/dlf/sendungen/kulturheute/1191052/

Hot Picks: Black and White
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Barbara Hoffman
Publication: New York Post
Date: 5/28/2010
Abstract: Barbara Hoffman, cultural reporter of the New York Post, selects FATWTS as a hot pick for the Memorial Day weekend, 2010.

Art and Politics: Between the Covers
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Walter Robinson
Publication: Artnet
Date: 3/30/2010
Abstract: Read about For All the World to See on Artnet in a news story by Artnet editor in chief, Walter Robinson: "Two new books tackle the subject of art and politics, a topic that is of special interest in the Shepard Fairey era. Scholar Maurice Berger’s For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights is due from Yale University Press on Apr. 20, 2010. Six years in the making, the book looks at the role played by visual images, and the rise of television and picture magazines, in the struggle for civil rights in the U.S. The publication coincides with an eponymous exhibition that opens at the International Center of Photography, May 21-Sept. 12, 2010, and subsequently appears at the two co-organizing institutions, the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., and the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in Baltimore . . ."
Link: http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/news/artnetnews/craig-robins-sues-david-zwirner-over-marlene-dumas3-23-10.asp

WDET - FM radio interview with Marion Jackson
Grant details: QP-50009-06
Publication: Matt Watroba - Detroit Today show
Date: 12/21/2011
Abstract: Discussion of the exhibition, its themes and importance to a North American audience

The New Season: Byzantium to the Bronx, a World of Art
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Author(s): Karen Rosenberg
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 9/15/2011
Abstract: A calendar of noteworthy cultural events selected by Times critics. CONTESTED VISIONS IN THE SPANISH COLONIAL WORLD This show compares and contrasts the cultures of 15th-to-19th-century Mexico and Peru, the two principal viceroyalties of Spanish America. Nov. 6 through Jan. 29 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; (323) 857-6000, lacma.org.

Press release in the New York Times
Grant details: HD-50482-08
Author(s): JOHN NOBLE WILFORD
Publication: Uncovering Evidence of a Workaday World Along the Nile
Date: 7/1/2008
Abstract: This is a press release announcing the discovery of the grain silos at Tell Edfu we found in 2008.
Link: http://http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/01/science/01egyp.html?_r=1&scp=2&sq=edfu&st=cse

Computer game explores 17th-century village life
Grant details: HT-50025-09
Author(s): Chris Horn
Publication: U of South Carolina online news
Date: 9/9/2011
Abstract: Online story about a digital humanities game under development.
Link: http://www.sc.edu/news/newsarticle.php?nid=1901

The Making of the Assistant President: Evolution of the Vice Presidency from Obscurity to Power
Grant details: FB-56058-12
Author(s): Jules Witcover
Publication: Not published yet
Date: 7/7/2013
Abstract: This book of 200,000 words is under contract with Smithsonian Books and will be submitted in the next few weeks, with publication scheduled for September, 2014. It will have separate chapters on each of the 47 presidents, including brief biography and analysis of the performance of each in the administration served. If additional information is desired, please advice. Thank you. th
Link: http:// None yet

More good news for the arts
Grant details: CH-51021-12
Author(s): Melissa Davis
Publication: SeattleTimes.com: ArtsPage
Date: 12/9/2011
Abstract: Two grant announcements: --The Museum of History & Industry received a $425,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). MOHAI's award is a challenge grant, intended to help the museum secure long-term improvements. The funds will support capital expenditures and sustaining the operations of the museum. MOHAI is also required to match the NEH funds on a three-to-one basis. --National Endowment for the Arts awarded $10,000 Fast Track Grants to Theatre Puget Sound (for annual Arts programs); Northwest Symphony Orchestra (support for activities commemorating the organization's milestone of performing 125 works by Northwest composers over the past 25 years); and Kirkland Performance Center (supporting support the premiere of "ASTITVA: Heroines and Revolutions of India," a new dance work).
Link: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/artspage/2016979239_more_good_news_for_the_arts.html

Md. Museum Wins Grant To Digitize Medieval Books
Grant details: PW-51019-12
Author(s): Associated Press
Publication: CBS Baltimore News
Date: 3/27/2012
Abstract: Briefly describes the nature and scope of the NEH award for digitizing Flemish books of hours. Provides a brief background of past Walters' awards for digitizing manuscripts.
Link: http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2012/03/27/md-museum-wins-grant-to-digitize-medieval-books/

Walters Art Museum nabs $265,000 grant to digitize medieval manuscripts
Grant details: PW-51019-12
Author(s): Joanna Sullivan
Publication: Baltimore Business Journal
Date: 3/27/2012
Abstract: Briefly describes the nature and scope of the NEH award for digitizing Flemish books of hours. Provides a brief background of past Walters' awards for digitizing manuscripts.
Link: http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/news/2012/03/27/walters-art-museum-nabs-265000.html

Steppe by Steppe: Mongolian anthropologist Manduhai Buyandelger studies a society in transition
Grant details: FT-62184-14
Author(s): Peter Dizikes
Publication: MIT News
Date: 10/30/2016
Link: http://news.mit.edu/2016/faculty-profile-manduhai-buyandelger-1201

Duck Decoy Preservation Among Grant Winners
Grant details: PF-50479-14
Publication: Burlington Free Press
Date: 7/22/2014
Link: http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/local/2014/07/22/duck-decoy-preservation-among-grant-winners/12998493/

Maurice Berger's "For All the World to See"
Grant details: GI-50135-09
Author(s): Maurice Berger
Publication: The Page 99 Test
Date: 4/15/2010
Abstract: FATWTS author Maurice Berger is the latest to be invited to take The Page 99 Test: "Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole will be revealed to you."--Ford Madox Ford: "Page 99 of For All The World To See contains no text, and just a single photograph. But what a powerful image it is: a shot of a distraught Mamie Till Bradley as she views the casket of her fourteen-year old son, Emmett Till, murdered by white supremacists in Mississippi in August 1955. The photograph brings to life the book’s abiding issue: the crucial role that visual culture played in altering prevailing ideas about race, racism, and segregation in the period of the modern civil rights movement . . . "
Link: http://page99test.blogspot.com/2010/04/maurice-bergers-for-all-world-to-see.html

Teachers from across the country embark on a archaeological expedition
Grant details: ES-50501-13
Author(s):
Publication: WXOW News 19 La Crosse, WI
Date: 7/18/2014
Abstract: Local news coverage during 2014 NEH Summer Institute Exploring the Past
Link: http://http://www.wxow.com/story/26057937/2014/07/18/teachers-from-across-the-country-embark-on-a-archaeological-expedition

Summer Teachers' Institute a Success
Grant details: ES-50501-13
Author(s): Kathy Stevenson
Publication: Archaeology News
Date: 9/30/2014
Abstract: Overview of MVAC’s 2014 NEH Summer Institute for Teachers: Exploring the Past.
Link: http://mvac.uwlax.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/ArchNewsSept-2014.pdf

Middle East expert finds Syrian Americans comprise a rich multiplicity of identities
Grant details: FA-233157-16
Author(s): Susan Bell
Publication: USCDornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Science e-news
Date: 2/18/2016
Abstract: USC Dornsife’s Sarah Gualtieri explores the vibrant history and valuable contributions of Southern California’s thriving Syrian American community, reversing stereotypes and finding unexpected links with Latin America.
Link: https://dornsife.usc.edu/news/stories/2273/middle-east-expert-finds-syrian-americans-comprise-a-rich-multip/

Lost city found in northeast corner of Crete; archaeologists say it will add to Greek history
Grant details: RZ-20812-02
Author(s): DAVID WILLIAMSON
Publication: UNC News Services
Date: 9/17/2002
Abstract: Article on discoveries at Azoria following the 2002 season.
Link: http://www.unc.edu/news/archives/sep02/haggis091002.htm

Dig unearths B.C.-era Greek town square
Grant details: RZ-20812-02
Author(s): JANE STANCILL, Staff Writer
Publication: Raleigh News and Observer
Date: 9/6/2004
Abstract: A team of archaeologists and students recently uncovered what may be the oldest civic building yet found in the ancient Greek world. Led by Donald Haggis, associate professor of classical archaeology at UNC-Chapel Hill, the team has worked for three straight summers at a site called Azoria, on the Greek island of Crete.

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Grant details: PT-50010-03
Date: 6/27/2012

BRAC: Kings Bay and New London in win-win
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Corson, Ed
Publication: Macon Telegraph (GA)
Date: 8/26/2005

Why we talk like we do
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Cox, Jack
Publication: Denver Post (CO)
Date: 4/19/2006

Meaty: More food for thought about dish
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Creed, Richard
Publication: Winston-Salem Journal
Date: 8/16/2005

Obstacles in path? Try 'bread and butter'
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Creed, Richard
Publication: Winston-Salem Journal
Date: 10/31/2011

Court of peeves, Now in Session
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Kilpatrick, James J.
Publication: The Conservative Voice
Date: 4/2/2006

'Gandy dancer' or 'gandy-dancer'
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Uffelman, Larry K.
Publication: Star-Gazette (Elmira-Corning NY)
Date: 11/27/2006
Abstract: Author cites the DARE definition for gandy dancer in his "Word Nerd" column.

Writing to the inner ear
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Kilpatrick, James J.
Publication: The Conservative Voice
Date: 9/10/2006

Mayor's Accent Deserts Boston for New York
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Roberts, Sam
Publication: New York Times
Date: 1/16/2006
Link: http://www.nytimes.com

Bundling
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Safire, William
Publication: New York Times
Date: 4/15/2007
Abstract: The article from the author's "On Language" column mentions DARE's definition of bundling ("to share a bed with a person of the opposite sex while fully clothed...") with the more recent meaning relating to political fund raising.
Link: http://nytimes.com

Decoys get their Due as Folk Art Specimens
Grant details: PF-50479-14
Author(s): Tim Johnson
Publication: Burlington Free Press
Date: 8/23/2014
Link: http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/life/arts/2014/08/23/decoys-get-due-folk-art-specimens/14400705/

Sarah Winter Receives NEH Fellowship for Project on Habeas Corpus and Human Rights
Grant details: FA-233104-16
Author(s): Johanna Debari
Publication: UConn Human Rights Institute Blog
Date: 4/27/2016
Abstract: A blog posting describing Sarah Winter's NEH University Faculty Fellowship grant project.
Link: http://humanrights.uconn.edu/2016/04/27/sarah-winter-receives-neh-fellowship-for-project-on-habeas-corpus-and-human-rights/

Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s host Digital Humanities Research Institute
Grant details: HT-256968-17
Author(s): Iman Omar
Publication: The Observer
Date: 10/26/2018
Link: https://ndsmcobserver.com/2018/10/digital-humanities-research-grant/

Local Organizations Working to Make Technology More Accessible
Grant details: HAA-269019-20
Author(s): Lily Bradley, Reporter
Publication: WOWK Television
Date: 3/2/2020
Abstract: Local television story on the recent NEH grant featuring our PI, web developers, and staff from the American Foundation for the Blind discussing plans to make Clio accessible Here is the link: https://www.wowktv.com/news/local/three-huntington-organizations-working-to-make-technology-more-accessible-for-the-visually-impaired/
Link: https://www.wowktv.com/news/local/three-huntington-organizations-working-to-make-technology-more-accessible-for-the-visually-impaired/

Interview-Podcast
Grant details: FT-52903-04
Author(s): Marshall Poe
Publication: New Books in History
Date: 11/2/2008
Abstract: The thing about empire building is that when you’re done building one, you’ve got to figure out what to do with it. This generally involves the “extraction of resources.” We tend to think of this in terms of things like gold, oil, or rubber. But people can be “extracted” as well. The French empire of the later nineteenth century offers a case in point. Having found themselves in a very nasty war with the Germans, the French decided that it might be useful to enlist their African and Southeast Asian colonials in the fighting. As Richard Fogarty demonstrates in his excellent new book Race and War in France: Colonial Subjects in the French Army, 1914-1918 (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008), this effort to draft the colonials led to no end of paradoxes. France was the home of Republicanism, and Republicans are supposed to be keen on liberté, égalité, fraternité. But the colonials weren’t at liberty–they were subjects. Neither were they equal–they enjoyed few of the rights of th
Link: http://newbooksinhistory.com/2008/11/02/richard-fogarty-race-and-war-in-france-colonial-subjects-in-the-french-army/

Nation's Leading African-American Scholar to Highlight Symposium
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): Timothy Mackie
Publication: The Swinging Bridge
Date: 2/11/2010
Abstract: Announcement of the Keynote Speaker at the 2010 Spring Humanities Symposium
Link: http://www.messiahsb.com/nation-s-leading-african-american-scholar-to-highlight-symposium-1.2431595#.UImJ47HA-6M

Eyes Wide Open: Engaging Technology and Culture
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): Samantha Moore
Publication: The Swinging Bridge
Date: 2/27/2008
Abstract: Review of the 2008 Spring Humanities Symposium
Link: http://www.messiahsb.com/eyes-wide-open-engaging-technology-and-culture-1.2430877#.UImKZrHA-6M

The Book Transforms and is Being Transformed
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): Annie Chase
Publication: The Swinging Bridge
Date: 2/14/2012
Abstract: Information on the 2012 Spring Humanities Symposium
Link: http://www.messiahsb.com/news/the-book-transforms-and-is-being-transformed-1.2781867#.UImK7rHA-6M

The Transforming Book
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): The Transforming Book
Publication: The Bridge
Date: 4/1/2012
Abstract: Review of the 2012 Spring Humanities Symposium's keynote address
Link: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/messiah/bridge_2012spring/#/16

NEH Chair Delivers Keynote Lecture at Spring Humanities Symposium
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): Sarah Fleischman
Publication: The Bridge
Date: 4/1/2011
Abstract: Review of the 2011 Spring Humanities Symposium's keynote address
Link: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/messiah/bridge_2011spring/#/24

Henry Louis Gates Jr. Speaks About Genetics and Genealogy
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Publication: The Bridge
Date: 4/1/2010
Abstract: Review of the 2010 Spring Humanities Symposium's keynote address
Link: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/messiah/bridge_2010spring/#/6

What Is a Criminal?: New course helps Honors students think differently about crime and punishment
Grant details: AQ-228955-15
Author(s): Catherine M. Welter
Publication: University of New Hampshire Honors Program website
Date: 11/13/2017
Abstract: "Featured Course" article: "As the title itself suggests, 'What is a Criminal'” asks students to consider a question that philosophers, theologians, and legal scholars have been debating for centuries. In order to provide her students with a solid background in the history of criminality, Dr. Gaudet drew from a broad range of texts, including religious treatises on retaliation, forgiveness, and reformation; essays by Plato, Hobbes, and Rousseau on the formation of government and society; and 19th- and 20th-century texts about morality, discipline, and the human brain. While examining the theoretical underpinnings of America’s criminal justice system, students also read and analyzed fictional representations of crime and punishment, as well as a memoir about life in an American prison."
Link: https://www.unh.edu/honors-program/featured-course-what-criminal

Radio interview for Emerald City: An Environmental History of Seattle
Grant details: FT-52796-04
Author(s): Horn, Diane
Publication: Mind over Matters, Sustainability Segment, with Diane Horn
Date: 1/8/2008
Abstract: Interview on leading weekly show on KEXP-FM Seattle on sustainability.
Link: http://www.kexp.org/

The Man on the Ten-Dollar Bill
Grant details: GN-50300-04
Author(s): Nancy Dewolf Smith
Publication: The Wall Street Journal
Date: 5/11/2007
Abstract: There is only so much you can cram into a two-hour documentary, and "Alexander Hamilton" (PBS, Monday 9-11 p.m. ET, but check local listings) is a necessarily potted account of the man often called America's most controversial Founding Father. In this edition of the "American Experience" series, Hamilton's psychology and peccadilloes get plenty of attention. Yet it's his public life and the policies he pushed that are the most interesting. We're still feeling the fallout today. “What’s most fascinating in all this is the inevitable comparison between then and now, and how the war of ideas that began soon after the new nation was established is still very much with us. Only the names and combatants have changed.” — The Wall Street Journal
Link: online.wsj.com

A Homepage for Philosophy
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Author(s): Liam Julian
Publication: Humanities Magazin
Date: 1/14/2012
Abstract: A description of the innovations in the SEP's publishing and funding model.
Link: http://www.neh.gov/news/humanities/2011-01/homepage.html

Wikipedia, if it were run by academics, would look like this
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Author(s): Cynthia Haven
Publication: Stanford News Service
Date: 9/7/2010
Abstract: This is a description of the SEP's publishing model.
Link: http://news.stanford.edu/news/2010/september/encyclopedia-philosophy-090710.html

Stanford Offers Philosophy Expertise Online
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Author(s): Jack Hubbard
Publication: Stanford University video, Released on YouTube
Date: 1/14/2012
Abstract: A short (2:13 minute) video interview of the SEP's Principal Editor (Dr. Edward N. Zalta) and Faculty Sponsor (Prof. ”John Perry).
Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aCkQoePKiA

Fifth Annual Reader's Choice Awards
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Author(s): George Machovec
Publication: The Charleston Advisor
Date: 1/14/2012
Abstract: The SEP received the Best Content Award.
Link: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/charleston/chadv/2005/00000007/00000002/art00001;jsessionid=b7gervu9937p.alexandra

Open Access Encyclopedias
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Author(s): Steve Kolowich
Publication: Inside Higher Ed
Date: 12/14/2009
Abstract: A discussion of the value and importance of several open access encyclopedias, including extended discussion of the SEP.
Link: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2009/12/14/encyclopedias

How and Why Indiana University is Helping the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Grant details: PA-51255-05
Author(s): Colin Allen and Cecile Jagodzinski
Publication: Against the Grain
Date: 1/14/2012
Abstract: Against the Grain, Volume 18, Number 4 (September 2006), pp. 42–43. Article describing the reasons for the collaboration and support that Indiana University Libraries has provided to the SEP.
Link: http://www.against-the-grain.com/d/TOCIssue?&volsearch=18&issuesearch=4

The Famous Dearly Beloved
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Schley, Emory
Publication: Ocala.com
Date: 1/23/2007
Abstract: The author cites the DARE definition for "Astor's pet horse" in his "Bits & Pieces" column.
Link: http://www.ocala.com/article/20070123/NEWS/201230349?Title=The-famous-Dearly-Beloved

Language from Sea to Shining Sea
Grant details: PA-51195-05
Author(s): Southerland, Edward
Publication: Herald Democrat (Sherman, TX)
Date: 8/6/2011

Impertinent Questions
Grant details: FT-53274-05
Publication: Humanities Magazein
Date: 1/14/2012
Abstract: Interview in Humanities Magazine

NEH Conservation Project Completed at Knott House Museum
Grant details: PA-51825-06
Author(s): Kurt Browning, Florida Secretary of State
Publication: Florida Department of State Website
Date: 8/3/2007
Abstract: Kurt Browning announces that the Knott House received a $5000 grant from NEH to improve storage and preservation of the collection. Artifacts were moved off site, plaster was repaired and painted, storage furniture was purchased and installed. Project was completed giving more access. Secretary Browning said that it is important to protect the state's historic properties and appreciated assistance from NEH. The project was a collaboration between NEH, Florida Department of State, and the Friends of the Museums of Florida History.
Link: http://oss.dos.state.fl.us/communications/press-releases/2007-08-03.cfm

Division News, page 8
Grant details: PA-51825-06
Author(s): Wanda Richey, Information Specialist
Publication: "The State We're In",OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Date: 8/1/2007
Abstract: The Knott HOuse recently received a $5000 grant from NEH to improve the storage and preservation of collections. The project has been completed. The site reopened for tours on September 1, 2007.
Link: http://dosintraweb/das/newsletter/0708.pdf

The Dust is Clearing
Grant details: PA-51825-06
Author(s): Beatrice Cotellis
Publication: Historically Speaking, Vol. 4, No.3
Date: 7/1/2006
Abstract: Knott House is wrapping up a project restoring the windows, doors and shutters. This was funded by a State of Florida Historic Preservation grant. An upcoming project, supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, will repair the interior storage areas, improve the organzation of the collection, and make information more accessible. Both projects were also supported by the Friends of the Museums of Florida History.

Dream Senses, New York Minute
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Author(s): Alice, Matthew
Publication: San Diego Reader
Date: 7/8/2009
Abstract: DARE is referenced in a discussion of the origin of the phrase "in a New York minute".
Link: http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2009/jul/08/dream-senses-new-york-minute/

Getting it right
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Author(s): Barrett, Grant
Publication: Star Online (All Malaysia ed.)
Date: 11/4/2009
Abstract: Cites the DARE entry for "sorry" as authority for stating that there are two main pronunciations of the word in the United States.
Link: http://thestar.com.my/english/story.asp?file=/2009/11/4/lifefocus/5027719&sec=lifefocus

Hatfields and McCoys got nothing on Cokes and Pepsis
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Author(s): Crump, Steve
Publication: Times-News (Twin Falls ID)
Date: 9/9/2009
Link: http://magicvalley.com/news/local/article_f9ba8583-6242-5b96-aed1-87cac42066a6.html

Logophilia runs in the family
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Author(s): Salter, Cathy
Publication: Columbia Daily Tribune (MO)
Date: 8/3/2009
Abstract: The writer calls DARE a "dictionary filled with quotations and illustrating the richness and diversity of America's spoken and written culture."
Link: http://www.columbiatribune.com/news/2009/aug/03/logophilia-runs-in-the-family

Say What?
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Publication: AirTran Magazine
Date: 10/1/2009
Abstract: A U.S. map is featured, along with DARE definitions for several regional phrases. The article encourages travelers to "brush up on regional lingo before you touch down".
Link: http://www.airtranmagazine.com/features/2009/say-what

DARE to Be Finished--Maybe Next Year
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Author(s): Buss, Dale
Publication: Wall Street Journal
Date: 6/12/2010

The year that was: squelette, yarnbombing, and other vocabulary to remember 2009
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Author(s): McKean, Erin
Publication: Boston Globe
Date: 1/10/2010
Link: http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2010/01/10/the_year_that_was/

Regional eats: What's in a name?
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Author(s): Pujol, Rolando
Publication: AM New York
Date: 2/2/2010
Link: http://www.amny.com/urbanite-1.812039/regional-eats-what-s-in-a-name-1.1738933http://

National following for local 'Words'
Grant details: PW-50315-09
Author(s): Wilkens, John
Publication: SignOn San Diego
Date: 11/29/2009
Abstract: San Diego-based public radio show "A Way With Words" is featured. A color photo shows co-host Grant Barrett leaning on a stack of reference books that includes three volumes of DARE.
Link: http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2009/nov/29/national-following-local-words/

Art
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): Holland Cotter
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 3/28/2010
Abstract: Media mention of Peabody Essex Museum's upcoming exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" in the The Week Ahead column of the Sunday edition of the New York Times.
Link: http://pem.org/writable/resources/document/new_york_times_032810.pdf

Water and the Maya
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Author(s): Janet Crane
Publication: Americas
Date: 4/1/2010
Abstract: Media coverage on the Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" in the magazine Americas, a publication of the Organization of American States issued in separate English and Spanish editions.

Mythic Sea
Grant details: GI-50062-09
Publication: World Sculpture News
Date: 12/1/2010
Abstract: Media coverage of the Peabody Essex Museum's exhibition "Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea" in World Sculpture News in the News Brief section.

Moments in Time
Grant details: PG-50839-10
Author(s): Roy Hoffman
Publication: Mobile Press Register
Date: 3/21/2011
Abstract: Coverage of the opening of the Burton portrait collection by The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library (formerly USA Archives) at the University of South Alabama.
Link: http://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we/Archives?p_product=MBRB&p_theme=mbrb&p_action=search&p_maxdocs=200&p_text_search-0=burton%20AND%20negative&s_dispstring=burton%20negative%20AND%20date%28all%29&p_perpage=10&p_sort=YMD_date:D&xcal_useweights=no

Butler Religion Professor Awarded Federal Funding
Grant details: RQ-50485-10
Publication: Inside Indiana Business
Date: 6/18/2010
Abstract: A Butler University associate professor of religion has landed a $130,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to translate the Mandaean Book of John. James McGrath and his collaborators plan to spend the next two years producing a typed version of the text in the original language and translating the more than 200 pages of handwritten text.
Link: http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/newsitem.asp?ID=42242

Saving Scrapbooks From the Scrapheap
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Author(s): Eve M. Kahn
Publication: New York Times
Date: 8/4/2011
Abstract: Description of current projects to preserve scrapbooks including the Emory SAT grant
Link: //http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/05/arts/design/preserving-the-scrapbooks-of-history.html

New Repect for Scrapbooks
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Author(s): Shelia M. Poole
Publication: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Date: 3/6/2011
Abstract: Description of Emory's SAT grant and importance of scrapbooking.
Link: http://www.ajc.com/lifestyle/new-respect-for-scrapbooks-886034.html

Chicago's Media Burn archive receives 'America's Treasures' federal grant
Grant details: PT-50204-11
Author(s): Phil Rosenthal
Publication: Chicago Tribune
Date: 2/7/2011
Abstract: Article about our Save America's Treasures grant and our 1992 election collection.
Link: http://newsblogs.chicagotribune.com/towerticker/2011/02/chicagos-media-burn-archive-receives-americas-treasures-federal-grant.html

Chicago's Media Burn Archive honored as 'American Treasure'
Grant details: PT-50204-11
Author(s): Robert Feder
Publication: Time Out Chicago
Date: 2/7/2011
Abstract: Post about our Save America's Treasure grant and our 1992 election collection by Chicago's longtime media critic (formerly TV and radio critic for the Chicago Sun-Times), Robert Feder.
Link: http://timeoutchicago.com/arts-culture/chicago-media-blog/190943/chicago%E2%80%99s-media-burn-archive-honored-as-%E2%80%98american-treasure%E2%80%99

National Endowment for the Humanities gives $2 million in grants to Southern California
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Author(s): Mike Boehm
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Date: 5/2/2011
Abstract: UCLA received a $300,000 grant for "Making Invisible Histories Visible," an effort to sift through and digitize 80 manuscript collections and audio-visual material that documents lesbian and feminist activism and writing since the 1930s.
Link: http://articles.latimes.com/2011/may/02/entertainment/la-et-0430-neh-grants-20110502

Spring Humanities Symposium Examines 'Faith in the Public Square'
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): Laurie Brown
Publication: The Bridge
Date: 4/1/2009
Abstract: Review of the 2009 Spring Humanities Symposium

Humanities Symposium: Anthony Grafton Keynote Lecture
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Publication: The Evening Sun
Date: 2/16/2012
Abstract: Announcement of the keynote speaker for the 2012 Spring Humanities Symposium

Humanities Symposium Considers Friendship Through Lectures, Films, Music and Student-Faculty Colloquia
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Publication: Guide News
Date: 2/16/2011
Abstract: Announcement of the 2011 Spring Humanities Symposium schedule of events

What Happened to Civil Dialogue in America?
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): Kim Phipps
Publication: Patriot-News
Date: 7/27/2011
Abstract: An op-ed by the President of Messiah College on ethical communication. The op-ed makes mention of the the 2011 Spring Humanities Symposium's keynote address, by NEH Chairman James Leach.
Link: http://www.pennlive.com/editorials/index.ssf/2011/07/what_happened_to_civil_dialogu.html

Harvard University Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. Captivates Messiah College Audience with Lecture on Genealogy and History
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): Ivey DeJesus
Publication: The Patriot-News
Date: 2/25/2010
Abstract: Review of the 2010 Spring Humanities Symposium's keynote address
Link: http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2010/02/harvard_university_professor_h.html

Henry Louis Gates, Jr., the Harvard University Professor at the Center of the Beer Summit, to Visit Messiah College
Grant details: CH-50403-07
Author(s): Ivey DeJesus
Publication: The Patriot-News
Date: 2/23/2010
Abstract: Announcement of the 2010 Spring Humanities Symposium's keynote speaker
Link: http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2010/02/henry_louis_gates_jr_the_harva.html

Center for the Study of American Democracy Conference 2012: Should America Promote Democracy Abroad?
Grant details: CZ-50173-08
Author(s): Lili Martinez
Publication: Kenyon Collegian
Date: 4/12/2012
Abstract: General info about the Center for Study of American Democracy, NEH We the People Challenge Grant, and the 2012 conference
Link: http://www.kenyoncollegian.com/news/center-for-the-study-of-american-democracy-conference-2012-should-america-promote-democracy-abroad-1.2846419#.UVMZTBzFXTo

Gibbs, Healy-Abrams agree to debate at Kenyon College
Grant details: CZ-50173-08
Author(s): Samantha Scoles
Publication: Mount Vernon News
Date: 10/15/2012
Abstract: Article announcing that Kenyon College will host the only face-to-face debate in the race for Ohio’s 7th Congressional District on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 7 p.m.
Link: http://www.mountvernonnews.com/local/12/10/15/pr?id=5

All the news that’s fit to save
Grant details: PJ-50035-08
Author(s): Adrienne LaFrance
Publication: Honolulu Weekly
Date: 5/6/2009
Abstract: Describes NDNP Project and Library of Congress Site Visit
Link: http://honoluluweekly.com/feature/2009/05/all-the-news-thats-fit-to-save/

Digital Newspaper Project
Grant details: PJ-50035-08
Author(s): External Affairs and University Relations, Teri Skillman
Publication: News@UH
Date: 6/15/2009
Abstract: Press Release/Announcement about University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Hamilton Library receipt of $140,920 to support the continuation of the "Hawai'i Digital Newspaper Project" for 2009-2010.
Link: http://www.hawaii.edu/ur/newsatuh/2009/0622/index.php?story=7

RZ5086608
Grant details: RZ-50866-08
Author(s): Amanda Summer
Publication: Archaeology
Date: 7/1/2012
Abstract: At the site of Iklaina, in Pylos, on Greece’s southwestern Peloponnese, excavations directed by Michael Cosmopoulos of the University of Missouri, St. Louis, are revealing new evidence of how the Mycenaean state functioned during the period from approximately 1650 to 1100 B.C., a time famous for such mythical sagas as the Trojan War.
Link: http://www.archaeology.org/1207/features/iklaina_pylos_greece_mycenean_state.html

W. Eugene Smith and the Jazz Loft
Grant details: TR-50008-08
Author(s): Gene Santoro
Publication: Chamber Music Magazine
Date: 10/11/2009
Abstract: On W. Eugene Smith and the Jazz Loft (Chamber Music Magazine, September/October 2009)
Link: http://www.jazzloftproject.org/files/file/ChamberMusic001.pdf

2010 Deadline Club Award
Grant details: TR-50008-08
Author(s): 2010 Deadline Club Award
Date: 11/21/2011
Link: http://www.deadlineclub.org/2011/01/09/2010-awards/

'Quiet waters' no longer
Grant details: PD-50006-07
Author(s): Michael Dashiell
Publication: Sequim Gazette
Date: 8/11/2010
Link: http://www.sequimgazette.com/news/article.exm/2010-08-11_quiet_waters_no_longer

KLALLAM REVIVE LANGUAGE
Grant details: PD-50006-07
Publication: Languagehat
Date: 8/25/2011
Link: http://www.languagehat.com/archives/000276.php

Night Waves: Interview with Sandra Spanier
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: BBC Radio 3
Date: 10/19/2011
Abstract: Radio interview with general editor Sandra Spanier discussing the release of volume 1, on the BBC Radio 3 program "Night Waves."
Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b015ypbh

Hemingway in His Own Words
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Jennifer Howard
Publication: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 10/10/2011
Abstract: A series of excerpts of Hemingway letters from volume 1, with brief descriptions of the letters provided by the article author.
Link: http://chronicle.com/article/Hemingway-in-His-Own-Words/129338/

Inside the List
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Jennifer Schuessler
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 10/7/2011
Abstract: Article including section on the reemergence of Hemingway in literary popular culture, which mentions the release of the "first installment" of the new edition of his letters.
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/16/books/review/inside-the-list.html?emc=eta1

Excerpt from The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 1: 1907-1922
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: The Paris Review Blog
Date: 10/3/2011
Abstract: A visual facsimile reproduction, as well as a transcription (excerpted from the edition), of a volume 1 Hemingway letter for the Paris Review's blog.
Link: http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2011/10/03/document-ernest-hemingway-to-ursula-hemingway/

Choice's Compilation of Significant University Press Titles for Undergraduates, 2010-2011
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Tom Radko
Publication: Journal of Scholarly Publishing
Date: 10/1/2011
Abstract: Listing of significant university press titles released in 2010-2011, including a listing of volume 1.
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_scholarly_publishing/v043/43.1.radko.html

Professor Finishes First of Hemingway Letters
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: Centre Daily Times (State College, Pennsylvania)
Date: 9/20/2011
Abstract: News brief announcing the publication of volume 1 as well as the projected scope of the entire edition.
Link: http://www.centredaily.com/2011/09/20/2920652/professor-finishes-first-of-hemingway.html

BBC Radio 5 Interview with Sandra Spanier
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: BBC Radio 5
Date: 7/11/2012
Abstract: Interview with Sandra Spanier conducted by Rhod Sharp on BBC Radio 5, regarding "A Farewell to Arms" and also discussing Volume I.
Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01kjthb/Up_All_Night_12_07_2012/

Hemingway in Northern Michigan
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Elizabeth Edwards
Publication: Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine
Date: 6/15/2012
Abstract: Article about the June 2012 meeting of the International Hemingway Society in Petoskey, Michigan, including a discussion of Hemingway's renewed popularity, including mention of the publication of Volume I and
Link: http://www.mynorth.com/My-North/June-2012/Northern-Michigan-Locales-that-Influenced-Ernest-Hemingway/

NEH Grant Supports Next Phase of Hemingway Letters Project
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Vicki Fong
Publication: Penn State Live
Date: 9/21/2012
Abstract: Article giving details about the Hemingway Letters Project receiving a three year NEH grant, which discusses the impact, scope and focus of the Project, the success of Vol. 1 and how the grant will help with Vol. 2 and the overall Project.
Link: http://live.psu.edu/story/61383#email

Next Phase of Hemingway Letters Project Gets Grant of $225,000
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Anne Danahy
Publication: Centre Daily Times
Date: 9/23/2012
Abstract: Article on the Project receiving the NEH grant, including quotes from Sandra Spanier and giving an overview of the Project, including mentioning the publication of Volume 1.
Link: http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/23/3346169/next-phase-of-project-gets-grant.html

Grant to widen access to archive dedicated to preserving lesbian, feminist history
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Author(s): Cynthia Lee
Publication: UCLA Today
Date: 7/12/2011
Abstract: The Center for the Study of Women (CSW) and the UCLA Library were awarded a $300,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant for "Making Invisible Histories Visible: Preserving the Legacy of Lesbian Feminist Activism and Writing in Los Angeles," a three-year project to arrange, describe, digitize, and make physically and electronically accessible two major clusters of Mazer collections related to West Coast lesbian/feminist activism and writing since the 1930s. This project, which continues CSW’s partnership with the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives and the UCLA Library, grew out of CSW’s two-year "Access Mazer: Organizing and Digitizing the Lesbian Feminist Archive in Los Angeles" project, which was supported in part by the UCLA Center for Community Partnerships.
Link: http://today.ucla.edu/portal/ut/fbb-post.aspx?id=4266

Queer Archival Futures: Case Study Los Angeles
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Author(s): Ann Cvetkovich
Publication: Hemispheric Institute E-Misérica
Date: 6/1/2012
Abstract: The encounter between actually existing archives and archive theory suggests the value of the case history for assessing contemporary queer archives because we cannot know in advance whether institutionalization represents a domestication of the aleatory queerness that is present in any archive. As an example, I will report briefly on some recent site visits to Los Angeles, where there are two notable new collaborations between existing community-based archives and universities: the June Mazer Lesbian Archive with UCLA and the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives with the University of Southern California (USC). - See more at: http://hemisphericinstitute.org/hemi/en/e-misferica-91/cvetkovich#sthash.Q3dFQijD.dpuf
Link: http://hemisphericinstitute.org/hemi/en/e-misferica-91/cvetkovich

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Grant details: HD-51768-13
Date: 7/12/2016

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Grant details: HD-51768-13
Date: 7/12/2016

Pic of the Week: Team of Linguists Translate Rare Mayan-Language Manuscript
Grant details: RQ-249905-16
Author(s): Wendi Maloney
Publication: Library of Congress Blog
Date: 3/16/2018
Abstract: On March 13 and 14, an international team of linguists visited the Library of Congress to transcribe and translate, for the first time, the “Guatemalan Priests Handbook,” a rare and important manuscript in the Library’s Jay I. Kislak Collection.
Link: https://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2018/03/pic-of-the-week-team-of-linguists-translate-rare-mayan-language-manuscript/

The Welfare State's Secret Weapon
Grant details: FA-51428-05
Author(s): Christopher Shea
Publication: Chronicle of Higher Education
Date: 12/7/2012
Abstract: This article discusses the importance of the author's research on the history of disaster relief in the development of the US welfare state.
Link: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6sjndTwC533T1YtX2F0cTE2cW8/edit

GCSU to revisit the works of Flannery and Faulkner
Grant details: EH-50075-06
Publication: The Colonade
Date: 4/4/2008
Abstract: coverage of conference for NEH Institute reunion.
Link: http://www.gcsunade.com/2008/04/04/gcsu-to-revisit-the-works-of-flannery-and-faulkner

O'Connor / Faulkner Symposium Comes to GCSU
Grant details: EH-50075-06
Publication: The Union-Recorder
Date: 5/21/2012
Link: http://unionrecorder.com/local/x155342864/OConnor-Faulkner-symposium-comes-to-GCSU

2010 New York Press Club Award / "Rev. Mychal Judge Heart of New York" Award
Grant details: TR-50008-08
Date: 11/21/2011
Link: http://www.nypressclub.org/awards.php

2010 National Headliner Award
Grant details: TR-50008-08
Date: 11/21/2011
Link: http://www.headlinerawards.com/Winners2010Broadcast.html

Ask Me Another
Grant details: FB-55043-10
Author(s): Jay Burns
Publication: Bates Magazine
Date: 8/27/2010
Abstract: Interview about project.
Link: http://home.bates.edu/views/2010/08/27/ask-me-another-cynthia-baker/

Professor wins NEH grant to focus on women's roles in anti-aparthied fight
Grant details: FB-55046-10
Publication: Wheaton Quarterly
Date: 6/1/2010
Link: http://http://wheatoncollege.edu/quarterly/section/around-the-dimple/?issue=summer-2010

Charlottesville Right Now Daily Radio Show on WINA 1070
Grant details: RQ-50498-10
Date: 2/22/2013
Abstract: A twenty-minute interview with William M. Ferraro, volume editor of Revolutionary War 21 of The Papers of George Washington, on highlights of the volume. Emphasis given to GW's leadership in response to the "terrorist" raids on Connecticut, planning of the surprise night attack on Stony Point, N.Y., and humanity in giving his artillery commander Henry Knox leave to attend to his ailing wife upon the sickness and death of an infant daughter.
Link: http://www.wina.com

Associate Professors Launch Institute for Digital Humanities
Grant details: HT-50032-10
Author(s): Adrienne Russell
Publication: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences online updates
Date: 2/15/2011
Abstract: University of Denver announces the institute in this online story.
Link: www.du.edu/ahss/docs/core/archived_stories/feb11faculty.pdf

Navigating the Federal Grant Maze
Grant details: PG-51375-11
Author(s): Mark Athitakis
Publication: ASAE Associations Now
Date: 4/1/2011
Abstract: Interview by ASAE with tips on aaplying for the NEH grant
Link: http://www.asaecenter.org/Resources/ANowDetail.cfm?ItemNumber=61914

Historic Petersburg records now online!
Grant details: PW-50845-11
Publication: Petersburg Progress Index
Date: 8/3/2012
Abstract: A vast treasure trove of Petersburg court documents from the 1700s to the 20th century are now available to the public thanks to a long effort to digitize the records. The Library of Virginia recently announced it has completed Petersburg's chancery records digitization project. The digitization effort means that nearly 240,000 documents are now available to the public for free through the Virginia Memory Web portal (www.virginiamemory.com). The project - which took more than 10 years to complete - was partially funded by a $155,071 grant of from the National Endowment for the Humanities
Link: http://progress-index.com/news/historic-petersburg-records-now-online-1.1353977

Petersburg Progress Index
Grant details: PW-50845-11
Date: 9/2/2011

Constant Contact email
Grant details: PG-51585-12
Author(s): Josephine Bloodgood
Publication: Constant Contact
Date: 9/20/2013
Abstract: This email announcement was also shared on Facebook and Twitter.
Link: http://http://myemail.constantcontact.com/WAAM-Completes-NEH-Funded-Collection-Assessment.html?soid=1101793785598&aid=FjoMgiS-_x8

No Loss for Words
Grant details: PD-50023-12
Publication: USC Donsife News
Date: 1/15/2014
Abstract: USC Dornsife senior Evangeline Alva travels to the Amazon as a research assistant of the Desano Language Documentation Project, directed by Dr. Wilson Silva, a linguist at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Dr. Silva’s project, currently funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities’s grant for the Documentation of Endangered Languages (NEH-DEL), aims to document Desano, an indigenous language, spoken in Brazil and Colombia.
Link: /http://dornsife.usc.edu/news/stories/1585/no-loss-for-words/

Saving Language, Preserving Culture
Grant details: PD-50023-12
Author(s): Vienna McGrain
Publication: RIT athenaeum
Date: 5/22/2014
Abstract: RIT linguist Wilson Silva treks through the Amazon to document dying languages
Link: http://http://www.rit.edu/news/athenaeum_story.php?id=50810

Choice's Compilation of Significant University Press Titles for Undergraduates, 2011-2012
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Tom Radko
Publication: Journal of Scholarly Publishing
Date: 10/1/2012
Abstract: Listing of top published books by university presses in 2011-2012, including Volume 1 on the list under Cambridge University Press.
Link: http://muse.jhu.edu.ezaccess.libraries.psu.edu/journals/journal_of_scholarly_publishing/v044/44.1.radko.html

Video feature from "How Hemingway Came of Age at the Toronto Star"
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Bill Schiller
Publication: Toronto Star
Date: 5/7/2012
Abstract: Video featuring interview with Sandra Spanier from Toronto Star web project "The Hemingway Papers," regarding Hemingway's early career as a reporter in Toronto.
Link: http://ehto.thestar.com/marks/how-hemingway-came-of-age-at-the-toronto-star

Hemingway Finally Arrives
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Michael Wood
Publication: Sunalsorises.com
Date: 9/23/2011
Abstract: Blog entry on this Hemingway-related website discussing the release of volume 1 and some details about the book.
Link: http://sunalsorises.wordpress.com/2011/09/23/hemingway-finally-arrives/

Impertinent Questions with Sandra Spanier
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Meredith Hindley
Publication: Humanities: The Magazine of the National Endowment for the Humanities
Date: 3/1/2012
Abstract: Interview with general editor Sandra Spanier about Hemingway and his letters, on the occasion of the publication of volume 1.

Rare Letter Shows Ernest Hemingway Generously Championing Toronto's Morley Callaghan
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Bill Schiller
Publication: Toronto Star
Date: 5/4/2012
Abstract: Toronto Star article relating to unpublished EH letters and his relationship with Canadian author Morley Callaghan.
Link: http://www.thestar.com/news/article/1172894--rare-letter-shows-earnest-hemingway-generously-championing-toronto-s-morley-callaghan

The Corresponding Worlds of Hemingway and Wodehouse
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Robert McCrum
Publication: Guardian (United Kingdom)
Date: 11/3/2011
Abstract: Cultural column on literature discussing the release of volume 1, and comparing the works and cultural legacies of Hemingway and PG Wodehouse.
Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2011/nov/03/corresponding-hemingway-wodehouse?newsfeed=true

Men of Letters or Men of Action? Britain's Literary Elite Tend to Revere One and Revile the Other
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Roger Cox
Publication: The Scotsman (United Kingdom)
Date: 11/21/2011
Abstract: Literature/culture article on the Hemingway Letters Project, the release of volume 1, and discussing Hemingway's cultural legacy in the UK.
Link: http://www.scotsman.com/news/cartoon/roger_cox_men_of_letters_or_men_of_action_britain_s_literary_elite_tend_to_revere_one_and_revile_the_other_1_1976436

Interview on "Writer's Talk" on Ohio Public Radio
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s):
Publication: Ohio Public Radio
Date: 1/2/2012
Abstract: Interview with Sandra Spanier by Debra Moddelmog for the program "Writer's Talk" on Ohio Public Radio.

What the Writers Read in 2011
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Chris Waddington
Publication: Times-Picayune (New Orleans, LA)
Date: 12/30/2011
Abstract: Book article including queries to several authors asking about what they enjoyed reading throughout 2011, including volume 1.
Link: http://www.nola.com/books/index.ssf/2011/12/what_the_writers_read_in_2011.html

The Real Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Danielle Magnuson
Publication: The Utne Reader
Date: 10/17/2011
Abstract: Article about the Letters Project and the release of volume 1, based on Jennifer Howard's 10/10/2011 article on volume 1 from The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Link: http://www.utne.com/Literature/Real-Hemingway-Letters-Project.aspx

Now Let's All Read Hemingway's Mail
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Ted Mann
Publication: Atlantic Wire
Date: 10/2/2011
Abstract: Article regarding the release of volume 1 and some responses to it, published on a blog for the Atlantic Magazine.
Link: http://www.theatlanticwire.com/entertainment/2011/10/now-lets-all-read-hemingways-mail/43214/

A Digital Window
Grant details: PJ-50026-07
Author(s): Geitner Simmons, editorial page editor
Publication: Omaha World-Herald
Date: 8/20/2011
Abstract: Lead editorial in Wednesday paper. Federal grant helps UNL, Nebraskans preserve sense of immediacy in history.

Historic Newspapers Go Digital with Grant
Grant details: PJ-50026-07
Publication: UNL Today
Date: 9/24/2007
Abstract: Nebraska newspaper coverage of historical events and everyday life...is going digital--part of a free national online database--thanks to a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Making history acessible
Grant details: PJ-50026-07
Author(s): Bassinger, Tyler
Publication: J Alumni News
Date: 6/1/2008
Abstract: Nebraska will digitize 100,000 pages of Nebraska newspapers dating from 1880-1910 and is among the first nine states in the NDNP, which involves a partnership between the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Libraries, Journalism earn grant to aid national database
Grant details: PJ-50026-07
Author(s): Anon
Publication: Scarlet Year in Review 2007-08
Date: 9/4/2008
Abstract: NEH funding will allow about 100,000 pages of Nebraska newspapers to be included in Chronicling America

Digital Newspapers press conference
Grant details: PJ-50026-07
Author(s): Chancellor Harvey Perlman
Publication: Not applicable
Date: 9/14/2007
Abstract: Welcome to celebration of a partnership that will enrich Nebraska scholarship; preserve our state's history, journalism and heritage; and share that legacy with the world. Nebraska's project in the NDNP was designated a "We the People" project.

Nebraska Digital Newspaper Project
Grant details: PJ-50026-07
Author(s): Katherine Walter
Publication: Prairie Fire: The Progressive Voice of the Great Plains
Date: 3/1/2010
Abstract: This news magazine with coverage throughout the state of Nebraska published a lengthy article about the Nebraska Digital Newspaper Project Phase Two/ In an age when news is increasingly being sought online, the [NEH] and [LOC] have stepped up to the plate to fund and develop a major online resource of historical newspapers. Discusses Chronicling America and the second 100,000 pages of digitization from 1860-1922.
Link: http://www.prairefirenewspaper.com

UPDATED: Blog Talk Live: What is the Nebraska Digital Newspaper Project? Katherine L. Walter In the next Blog Talk Live you'll meet Katherine L. Walter, who co-directs the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) Center for Digital Research in the Humanities
Grant details: PJ-50026-07
Date: 1/5/2010
Abstract: UPDATED: Blog Talk Live: What is the Nebraska Digital Newspaper Project? Katherine L. Walter In the next Blog Talk Live you'll meet Katherine L. Walter, who co-directs the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) Center for Digital Research in the Humanities and is professor and chair of Digital Initiatives & Special Collections in the UNL Libraries. Program announces the NEH funding for the next 100,000 pages of Nebraska newspapers, describes the funding for NDNP, Chronicling America, and other relevant topics
Link: http://www.starcityblog.com/2010/01/page/4/

MIA Makes Most of Asian Art
Grant details: CH-50889-11
Author(s): Mary Abbe
Publication: Star Tribune
Date: 6/8/2011
Abstract: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has hired Chinese-born curator Liu Yang to head an expanded Department of Asian Art with $4.75 million in new funding.Liu, 49, who will begin work June 20, replaces the department's founding curator, Robert Jacobsen, who retired last year after 33 years in the post. One of his first tasks will be to hire two curators responsible for Japanese, Korean, Indian and southeast Asian art. They are new "junior" positions supported by $4.75 million in new funding, led by a $1.75 million challenge grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The rest came from longtime museum patron Jane Emison ($1.5 million), an anonymous donor ($1 million) and the National Endowment for the Humanities ($500,000).
Link: http://http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/stageandarts/123398858.html

Common Reading lecture set for Monday
Grant details: CZ-50266-12
Author(s): Local Brief
Publication: Messenger Inquirer
Date: 2/23/2013
Abstract: Article about the OCTC Common Reading presentation on melding two cultures in a relationship. Program a joint venture of the Common Reading, Global Studies, and the Spanish program at OCTC
Link: http://infoweb.newsbank.com/iw-search/we/InfoWeb?p_product=NewsBank&p_theme=aggregated5&p_action=doc&p_docid=144A782CB0A77990&p_docnum=1&p_queryname=15http://

UNL researchers scouring Whitman texts for clues to poet's process
Grant details: RQ-249901-16
Author(s): Chris Dunker
Publication: Lincoln Journal Star
Date: 9/3/2016
Abstract: With the current NEH grant, work begins on a variorum of the original 1855 edition of Leaves of Grass.
Link: http://journalstar.com/news/local/education/unl-researchers-scouring-whitman-texts-for-clues-to-poet-s/article_f57df63d-6e2c-5236-bb4a-389ba422bd7e.html

I dig through archives to unearth hidden stories from African-American history
Grant details: HK-250720-16
Author(s): Jane Landers
Publication: The Conversation
Date: 12/4/2018
Link: https://theconversation.com/i-dig-through-archives-to-unearth-hidden-stories-from-african-american-history-103639

Stewart receives NEH grant for second book
Grant details: FEL-258205-18
Publication: Cornell College News Center
Date: 12/19/2017
Link: http://news.cornellcollege.edu/2017/12/stewart-receives-neh-grant-second-book/

"GU Professor Receives NEH Fellowship"
Grant details: FA-52436-06
Publication: Georgetown University News
Date: 2/13/2006
Abstract: Coverage of my research on European consciousness recognized by NEH Fellowship
Link: http://explore.georgetown.edu/news/?ID=12929

Professor wins 40k grant for research
Grant details: FA-52436-06
Author(s): Esha Chhabra
Publication: The Hoya
Date: 2/17/2006
Link: http://www.thehoya.com/professor-wins-40k-grant-for-research-1.1882290#.

First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language
Grant details: FN-50011-06
Author(s): Twin Cities Public Television
Publication: First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language
Date: 9/1/2010
Abstract: A language is lost every fourteen days. One of those endangered tongues is Minnesota’s own Ojibwe language. Now a new generation of Ojibwe scholars and educators are racing against time to save the language. Working with the remaining fluent-speaking Ojibwe elders, they hope to pass the language on to the next generation. But can this language be saved? Told by Ojibwe elders, scholars, writers, historians and teachers, this tpt original production is filled with hope for the future.
Link: http://www.tpt.org/?a=productions&id=3

Letter Men: Brothers Fight for Ojibwe Language
Grant details: FN-50011-06
Author(s): Terry Gross
Publication: National Public Radio: Fresh Air With Terry Gross
Date: 4/23/2008
Abstract: Brothers David and Anton Treuer are members of the Ojibwe nation from the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota. They are working to preserve the Ojibwe language, one of the few Native American languages in use. Anton Treuer is a professor of Ojibwe language and oral tradition at Bemidji State University. He is editor of the Oshkaabewis Native Journal and Omaa Akiing, a collection of Ojibwe tales by Leech Lake elders. Anton is also the author of Living Our Language: Ojibwe Tales and Oral Histories.
Link: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=89851668

Preserving the Language: Treuer Receives Fellowship to Document Dialects of Ojibwe
Grant details: FN-50011-06
Publication: Bemidji Pioneer
Date: 10/4/2006

Analyzing Literature by Words and Numbers
Grant details: PR-50019-08
Author(s): Patricia Cohen
Publication: The New York Times
Date: 12/3/2010
Abstract: Victorians were enamored of the new science of statistics, so it seems fitting that these pioneering data hounds are now the subject of an unusual experiment in statistical analysis.
Link: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/04/books/04victorian.html

Via new technology, Nock eighth-graders connect with history
Grant details: BH-50339-09
Author(s): Alyson Aiello
Publication: Daily News of Newburyport (Newburyport News)
Date: 3/17/2016
Abstract: Article on civil rights unit developed by civics teacher Sally Leety (participant in 2010 Landmarks Workshop) -- Excerpt: "With the help of new technology at Nock Middle School Library, the school’s entire eighth-grade class — 180 students — had the opportunity to interact with a page from American history on Monday as they Skyped with the Rev. Clark Olsen, who was standing by the side of civil rights activist James Reeb when Reeb was beaten to death by white segregationists in Selma, Ala., on March 9, 1965. .... Civics teacher Sally Leety developed the two-week civil rights unit now used across the eighth grade following a National Endowment for the Humanities program for educators in Alabama. 'It was all about bringing the history to the students,' she said."
Link: http://www.newburyportnews.com/news/local_news/via-new-technology-nock-eighth-graders-connect-with-history/article_c637c731-bc63-5fcd-9464-0419b354a549.html

The Letters of Greats: From Ernest Hemingway to Georgia O'Keeffe, a Glimpse of Famous Correspondence
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Maria Popova
Publication: Brainpickings.org
Date: 1/16/2012
Abstract: Lengthy blog article regarding correspondence of various historical cultural figures, including Hemingway, and including a video regarding the publication of volume 1.
Link: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/01/16/famous-correspondence/

The Music of Hemingway's Youth, a Playlist
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: The Daily Swarm
Date: 9/21/2011
Abstract: Blog entry regarding a playlist of music that is related to young Hemingway and the early letters and time period of volume 1, with a link to the Cambridge University Press main blog entry.
Link: http://www.thedailyswarm.com/headlines/music-hemingways-youth-playlist/

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume I, 1907-1922
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Owen James Burke
Publication: The Scuttlefish
Date: 10/21/2011
Abstract: Blog entry about the release of volume 1 and what it reveals about Hemingway's personality, published on this blog related to fishing.
Link: http://thescuttlefish.com/2011/10/the-letters-of-ernest-hemingway-volume-i-1907-1922/

'The Paris Wife' Reimagines Hemingway's Troubled First Marriage
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Steve Weinberg
Publication: The Wall Street Journal Blog
Date: 2/25/2011
Abstract: Blog article about Hemingway's first marriage and the new biographical novel "The First Wife," which includes mention of the release of volume 1 and an interview with general editor Sandra Spanier.
Link: hhttp://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2011/02/25/the-paris-wife-reimagines-hemingways-troubled-first-marriage/

A Mailable Feast
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Steven Lee
Publication: Entertainment Weekly
Date: 10/14/2011
Abstract: Coverage of the release of volume 1, including several excerpts of letters with relevant Hemingway quotes on various topics.
Link: http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20534476,00.html

The Star's Top 100 Books of 2011
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: Kansas City Star
Date: 12/2/2011
Abstract: List of the newspaper's top 100 books of the year, separated into different categories, including volume 1.
Link: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/12/01/3297721/the-stars-top-100-books-of-2011.html

Nonfiction Books of the Year
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: The Los Angeles Times
Date: 11/30/2011
Abstract: List of notable nonfiction books for the year chosen by the LA Times, including volume 1 with a brief description.
Link: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/books/la-ca-holidaybooks-nonfiction-20111130,0,1409523,full.story

Book 'em!: A Harvest of Hemingway, Plus First-rate Reads from Contemporary Authors
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Bill Castanier
Publication: Lansing City Pulse
Date: 12/28/2011
Abstract: Book column which includes discussions and short reviews of several books related to Hemingway, including volume 1.
Link: http://www.lansingcitypulse.com/lansing/article-6800-book-em_.html

Book Sellers Recommend Some Potential Sleeper Hits
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Allen Pierleoni
Publication: The Sacramento Bee
Date: 10/17/2011
Abstract: Article based on calling book sellers looking for the year's "sleeper hits," which features volume 1.
Link: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/10/17/3984409/book-sellers-recommend-some-potential.html#storylink=misearch

Cambridge University Press Promotional Video featuring Interview with Patrick Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Publication: Cambridge University Press
Date: 9/8/2011
Abstract: Video produced by Cambridge University Press used in various web formats for promotion of the release of volume 1, including interviews with general editor Sandra Spanier, as well as with Hemingway's surviving son, Patrick.
Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FVUKcofhek

A 50 Anos de Su Muerte, Editan la Correspondencia Completa de Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Javier Garcia
Publication: La Tercera (Santiago, Chile)
Date: 7/1/2011
Abstract: Article in Spanish about the fiftieth anniversary of Hemingway's death, and the release of volume 1 and the Letters Project.
Link: http://diario.latercera.com/2011/07/01/01/contenido/cultura-entretencion/30-74819-9-a-50-anos-de-su-muerte-editan-la-correspondencia-completa-de-hemingway.shtml

Free showing of La Cosecha at OCTC
Grant details: CZ-50266-12
Author(s): Local Brief
Publication: Messenger Inquirer
Date: 3/5/2013
Abstract: Article about the showing of La Cosecha, a film about migrant workers and their children
Link: http://infoweb.newsbank.com/iw-search/we/InfoWeb?p_product=NewsBank&p_theme=aggregated5&p_action=doc&p_docid=144DCA8C60ABEC10&p_docnum=2&p_queryname=16http://

Author Attracts Large Crowd
Grant details: CZ-50266-12
Author(s): Megan Harris
Publication: Messenger Inquirer
Date: 3/27/2013
Abstract: Article covering Reyna Grande's visit to OCTC
Link: http://infoweb.newsbank.com/iw-search/we/InfoWeb?p_product=NewsBank&p_theme=aggregated5&p_action=doc&p_docid=1454FF4C07353700&p_docnum=1&p_queryname=17http://

Award-winning author Alexie at OCTC Monday
Grant details: CZ-50266-12
Author(s): Megan Harris
Publication: Owensboro Messenger and Inquirer
Date: 3/25/2012
Abstract: Sherman Alexie, author of "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian," will lead students and staffers through a free reading at Owensboro Community & Technical College at 10 a.m. Monday in the humanities building inside Blandford Hall. In his first young adult novel, Alexie introduces Junior, a freshman and aspiring cartoonist who is suspended from his high school on the Spokane Indian Reservation. Facing a tough life at home, Junior transfers to Reardan, an all-white school more than 20 miles away, where the only other Native American is the school mascot. Alexie, himself born to the Spokane Tribe, based several of Junior's eccentricities on his own life. When committee members chose the novel as the centerpiece for this year's Common Reading Program, they adopted a Native American theme as well, said Assistant Professor of English Kaye Brown. While professors were not required to incorporate the work into their classes, Brown encouraged them to consider articles and other sour
Link: http://http://www.messenger-inquirer.com/news/local/article_434bc76d-6392-5152-b965-7fb05cbd3bc2.html

"OCTC Honors American Workers"
Grant details: CZ-50266-12
Author(s): Harris, Megan
Publication: Messenger Inquirer
Date: 11/4/2012
Abstract: Week of events at OCTChonors American workers Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer (KY) - Sunday, November 4, 2012 Readability: 11-12 grade level (Lexile: 1240L) Author: Megan Harris ; Messenger-Inquirer Owensboro Community & Technical College will host a series of visitors and panel discussions this week for the "Celebration of the American Worker," a culmination of this semester's Common Reading program. "Manufacturing is so important in this area, so we wanted to engage students with local people knowledgeable about the labor unions and what it means to use their education," OCTC President James Klauber said. "Here, students will get the opportunity to learn what it means to go into contract negotiations and how those relationships work. "There are a lot of basic issues here students may never have been exposed to." George Henderson, quality manager at Unifirst, will host "Education and Blue Collar Jobs" from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Monday, followed by "Learning, Working, Help

Author Rick Bragg comes to Owensboro this week
Grant details: CZ-50266-12
Author(s): McDonough, Greta
Publication: Messenger Inquirer
Date: 9/5/2012
Abstract: Author Rick Bragg comes to Owensboro this week Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer (KY) - Wednesday, September 5, 2012 Readability: 6-7 grade level (Lexile: 960L) There is that certain something about southern writers. We have cliches we are fond of using to describe them. We talk about their sense of place, their finely crafted characters, the particular prism through which they peer, this prism — or is it a lens? —- that grants them a kind of second sight to explore and explain the world. Their world. If you are southern yourself, perhaps your world. You don't have to be southern to know that life is complicated and tough, and lovely and sad, joyful and ridiculous, and plain laugh out loud funny. You don't have to be southern to hold all these things in your hand at once, but it helps. Owensboro is lucky to have one of the best southern writers out there in town Thursday. I should say, one of the best writers, period, but I started with this southern theme and now I have

Common Reading Features Bragg
Grant details: CZ-50266-12
Author(s): Harris, Megan
Publication: Messenger Inquirer
Date: 8/18/2012
Abstract: Common Reading features Bragg Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer (KY) - Saturday, August 18, 2012 Author: Megan Harris ; Messenger-Inquirer Through the "Celebration of the American Worker," Pulitzer Prize-winning author Rick Bragg will join staff and students at 1 p.m. Sept. 6 in Owensboro Community & Technical College's Blandford Hall for an open discussion on the country's less appreciated "dirty jobs." Common Reading committee members chose Bragg's novel "The Most They Ever Had" as the centerpiece for this year's campuswide program. "We really want to get at the underlying theme here, about the economy and how people are feeling about losing their jobs," said Kaye Brown, assistant professor of English at OCTC . "I think the thing we're getting out of the book already is how valuable positions are that so often we don't even think about." Brown was drawn, she said, to a sample Bragg penned about his brother in "The Most They Ever Had." "He would be the one that if you

Treasure Hunt
Grant details: HD-50821-09
Publication: University of Texas, Arlington Alumni Stories web page
Date: 3/27/2014
Abstract: "Alumni Stories" article about Project Director Nada Shabout.
Link: http://www.uta.edu/unbranded/alumni/nada-shabout.php

The Modern Art Iraq Archive Offers New Hope for Lost Works of Modern Art from Iraq
Grant details: HD-50821-09
Author(s): Christopher Howard
Publication: College Art Association website
Date: 3/4/2011
Link: http://www.collegeart.org/advocacy/2011/03/04/the-modern-art-iraq-archive-offers-new-hope-for-lost-works-of-modern-art-from-iraq/

UNT professor hunts for stolen Iraqi art
Grant details: HD-50821-09
Author(s): Jik Douglas
Publication: WFAA 8 ABC
Date: 3/2/2012
Abstract: Video and news article about the MAIA project.
Link: http://www.wfaa.com/news/education/tracking-stolen-Iraqi-art-141247233.html

Alumna Seeks to Save Iraqi Art
Grant details: HD-50821-09
Publication: Univ. of Texas, Arlington, College of Liberal Arts Newsroom
Date: 12/5/2012
Link: http://utalibartsnews.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/alumna-seeks-to-save-iraqi-art/

New Hope for Lost Works of Modern Art from Iraq
Grant details: HD-50821-09
Author(s): Nafas art
Publication: Culture in Development
Date: 3/21/2011
Link: http://www.cultureindevelopment.nl/News/Dossier_Heritage_Iraq/854/New_Hope_for_Lost_Works_of_Modern_Art_from_Iraq_

Oak Cliff Becomes Cool Embracing What Other Parts Of Dallas Have Fought: Builders, Bikes And Immigrants
Grant details: HR-50517-10
Author(s): Jim Schutze
Publication: Dallas Observer
Date: 2/25/2010
Abstract: Newspaper article about the ongoing transformation of the Oak Cliff neighborhood in Dallas by its large Latino immigrant population. Quotes Sandoval-Strausz.
Link: http://www.dallasobserver.com/content/printVersion/1694923/

No Title
Grant details: FA-55101-10
Date: 3/10/2012

George Washington’s Broken Dream of a National University
Grant details: FT-57612-10
Author(s): Adam Harris
Publication: The Atlantic
Date: 9/21/2018
Abstract: The founders believed a federal institution focused on civic education could help unite a fractured country.
Link: https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2018/09/founders-national-university/571003/

“Livingstone's hand in slave massacre.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Marea Donnely
Publication: The Daily Telegraph (Australia)
Date: 11/4/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article

“Now we can see Livingstone's African diary in a new light.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Sarah Bruce
Publication: Scottish Daily Mail
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Newspper Article

“Explorer's 140-year-old diary made legible by scientists.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Lucinda Cameron
Publication: The Irish News
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article

“Why we may be wrong to presume Dr Livingstone was a hero.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Auslan Cramb
Publication: The Daily Telegraph
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Nwspaper Article

“Description of massacre provoked outrage in Parliament.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Ben Macintyre
Publication: The Times
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article3213317.ece

“Livingstone Slave Horror Revealed.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): George Mair
Publication: Daily Record
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/editors-choice/2011/11/02/horror-of-scots-explorer-david-livingstone-at-slave-massacre-uncovered-in-lost-diary-86908-23532303/

“David Livingstone Letter Deciphered At Last.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Raphael Satter
Publication: Associated Press
Date: 7/2/2010
Abstract: Newspaper Article (AP) carried by over 140 print and online news outlets around the world
Link: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory?id=11071708

“Dear diary, I am sick to death . . . David Livingstone.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Andy Coghlan
Publication: New Scientist
Date: 7/2/2010
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn19119

“From the Congo in Berry Juice, David Livingstone’s Last Letters Come to Light.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Mike Wade
Publication: The Times
Date: 7/2/2010
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/scotland/article2583818.ece

“David Livingstone's Last Letters Deciphered.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Jenny Percival
Publication: The Guardian
Date: 7/2/2010
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/jul/02/david-livingstone-last-letters-deciphered

“Archive Watch: Dr. Livingstone's Diary, I Presume.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Jennifer Howard
Publication: The Chronicle of Higher Education: Wired Campus.
Date: 5/3/2010
Abstract: Blog Posting
Link: http://chronicle.com/blogPost/Archive-Watch-Dr/23677/

“Dr. Livingstone, I Presume? Decoding an Explorer’s Personal Papers.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Publication: The Explorers Journal
Date: 9/1/2011
Abstract: Short article.

“Newly deciphered diary muddles Livingstone legend.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Raphael Satter
Publication: Associated Press
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article (AP)carried by over 150 media sites worldwide
Link: http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5iEVeAhLGODJiVWWntkV1r35NJdBw?docId=24ad19e8b623415bb87e25b612506707

“Dr. Livingstone’s diary on 19th-century Africa, now uncensored.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Mark Schrope
Publication: Washington Post
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Articl
Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/dr-livingstones-diary-on-19th-century-africa-now-uncensored/2011/10/31/gIQAUsB2aM_story.html

Shedding New Light on Dr Livingstone's Diary.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Vic Rodrick
Publication: Daily Mail (London)
Date: 5/2/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article

“The Dark Side of Dr Livingstone: A Fascinating New Letter Casts the Great Explorer in a Very Different Light.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Annabel Venning
Publication: Daily Mail (London)
Date: 7/29/2010
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1298546/Dark-Dr-David-Livingstone-New-letter-casts-explorer-different-light.html

“Held mit Depression: Forscher entschlüsseln privaten Brief des Afrikareisenden David Livingstone.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Irene Meichsner
Publication: Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger Magazin 24/25
Date: 7/1/2010
Abstract: Journal Article
Link: http://www.ksta.de/html/

“Shedding Light on History: Scientists Decipher Dr. Livingstone’s Last letters.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Aussian Cramb
Publication: Daily Telegraph
Date: 7/3/2010
Abstract: Newspaper Article

Radio Interview
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): N/A
Publication: CBC Radio
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Radio Interview
Link: http://www.cbc.ca/asithappens/

“Dagboek David Livingstone ontcijferd.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): N/A
Publication: Radio 1 (Begium)
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Radio Interview
Link: http://www.radio1.be/programmas/nieuwe-feiten/dagboek-david-livingstone-ontcijferd

“Experts shed light on David Livingstone massacre diary.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Anon.
Publication: BBC News
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Television News Coverage
Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-15536564

“Explorer David Livingstone's diary unveiled for the first time.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Anon.
Publication: STV
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Article and Video Broadcast
Link: http://news.stv.tv/scotland/east-central/277152-explorers-diary-unveiled-for-the-first-time/

“Out of paper I presume Doctor Livingstone?"
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Laura Cummings
Publication: Evening News (Edinburgh)
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.scotsman.com/edinburgh-evening-news/edinburgh/around-the-capital/scientists_work_looks_set_to_rewrite_history_of_famous_scots_explorer_1_1941086

“Dear diary, 400 slaves slaughtered.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Jen Lavery
Publication: Metro (UK)
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article

“Dr. Livingstone's lost diary text, I presume.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Chris Marshall
Publication: The Scotsman
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.scotsman.com/news/education/livingstone_s_lost_diary_text_i_presume_1_1942190

“Livingstone’s account of slave massacre revealed.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Phil Miller
Publication: The Herald (Glasgow)
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/livingstone-s-account-of-slave-massacre-revealed-1.1132529?localLinksEnabled=false

“Dr Livingstone, not quite the saint we presumed.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Rhys Blakely
Publication: The Times
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article3213300.ece

“Dr Livingstone lied, scientists presume: Spectral imaging uncovers discrepancies in explorer's account of slave massacre.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Simon Tomlinson
Publication: Daily Mail (Online)
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Online Newspaper Artcle
Link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2056528/David-Livingstone-Discrepancies-explorers-account-Zanzibar-slave-massacre.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

“Dr. Livingstone, not quite the saint we presumed.”
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): Mike Wade
Publication: The Times
Date: 11/2/2011
Abstract: Newspaper Article
Link: http://.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article3213300.ece

Radio Interview
Grant details: HD-51042-10
Author(s): N/A
Publication: BBC RAdio Scotland
Date: 11/1/2011
Abstract: Radio Interview
Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b016lw5l

UVM Libraries Receive NEH Grant
Grant details: PJ-50070-10
Publication: Vermont Department of Libraries Newsletter
Date: 8/1/2012
Abstract: The Vermont Department of Libraries announcement of NEH's award to the University of Vermont to embark on Phase 2 of the VTDNP.
Link: http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs038/1102928001760/archive/1110736412672.html#LETTER.BLOCK11

An Interview with the General Editor of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Melissanne Scheld
Publication: Cambridge University Press North America - Blog
Date: 7/1/2011
Abstract: Blog entry with interview with general editor Sandra Spanier, on the Project and the release of volume 1.
Link: http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2011/07/5-questions-with-sandra-spanier/

A Escrita de um Homem Vulneravel
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Francisco Quinteiro Pires
Publication: O Estadao de S. Paulo (Brazil)
Date: 7/1/2011
Abstract: Newspaper article in Portuguese regarding Hemingway and the Letters Project, including interview with general editor Sandra Spanier.
Link: http://www.estadao.com.br/noticias/suplementos,a-escrita-de-um-homem-vulneravel-,739538,0.htm

'Papa' Hemingway Still Casts a Long Shadow
Grant details: RQ-50342-08
Author(s): Craig Wilson
Publication: USA Today
Date: 6/30/2011
Abstract: News article regarding the fiftieth anniversary of Hemin