NEH banner

Grant products: Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording (510)
Query elapsed time: 0.469 sec

If you would like these results in a UTF-8 CSV file suitable for importing into Excel, download and unzip the NEH_GrantProducts.zip file elsewhere on this site. More NEH datasets are available from the datasets landing page.

Tentative Title: Scholars on African American Heritage
Grant details: AB-226623-15
Title: Tentative Title: Scholars on African American Heritage
Writer: Editor: Dr. Luminita Dragulescu and Dr. Raymond Hylton
Director: Mr. JaPrince Carter
Producer: Dr. Luminita Dragulescu
Abstract: The video features footage from the scholars' lectures and question and answer sessions, edited with commentary and voice-over.
Year: 2017
Primary URL Description: N/A
Access Model: N/A at this point
Format: DVD


Bleu Orleans, 55 min. promo
Grant details: AB-226757-15
Title: Bleu Orleans, 55 min. promo
Writer: Mona Lisa Saloy
Director: Mona Lisa Saloy
Producer: Mona Lisa Saloy
Abstract: Edited by Richard Dunn, this is the 55 minute promo for the documentary Bleu Orleans.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/recent
Primary URL Description: Bleu Orleans short clip of documentary documenting Black Creole Culture at Dillard Univeristy
Access Model: Google drive
Format: Film


SIS Oral History Project - Journeying South to Stories
Grant details: AB-264116-19
Title: SIS Oral History Project - Journeying South to Stories
Writer: Gloria Wade Gayles, Phd
Writer: Angela Wood
Director: Angela Wood
Producer: Gloria Wade Gayles, PhD
Abstract: Our Spelman College SIS video team traveled with our faculty and scholars on Journeying South to Stories and documented the trip and learnings. In 2019 Journeying South to Stories took SIS Scholars from Atlanta to Montgomery, Birmingham, Talladega, and Memphis on an itinerary that included visits to the Lynching Museum in Montgomery, the Civil Right Museum in Birmingham and to experiences in Memphis that included interviews with activities in the I Am A Man Movement of the sixties, with current activities of the NAACP, lectures by Dr. Charles McKinney at Rhodes College, and to interview centenarian Mrs. Callie Terrell.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/6qLmIwkPyvw
Format: Video


Spelman College SIS Oral History Project: Amazing Elders Video - A Digital Harvest
Grant details: AB-264116-19
Title: Spelman College SIS Oral History Project: Amazing Elders Video - A Digital Harvest
Writer: Gloria Wade Gayles, PhD
Director: Angela Wood
Producer: Gloria Wade Gayles, PhD
Abstract: The SIS Oral History Project interviews African American elder women around the world. This short digital harvest of oral history interviews demonstrates the use of interviews in the teaching of the humanities while capturing the unheard, unsung voices of our Women of Wisdom.The Spelman Independent Scholars Oral History Project interviews elders over the age of 70 from the US and the Caribbean capturing memory stories. This video provides a sample harvest taken from longer one hour videos conducted by students and archived for posterity in the AUC Woodruff Digital Archives Research Center.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/WHB8anvcOpc
Secondary URL: https://youtu.be/EOwhusO2Jf4
Access Model: Public
Format: Video


Spelman College President Interview - Spelman Independent Scholars (SIS) Oral History Project
Grant details: AB-264116-19
Title: Spelman College President Interview - Spelman Independent Scholars (SIS) Oral History Project
Writer: Gloria Wade Gayles, PhD
Director: Angela Wood
Producer: Gloria Wade Gayles, PhD
Abstract: Spelman SIS Oral History Project Scholars interview the President of the College, Mary Schmidt Campbell, PhD. The purpose of the SIS Oral History Project is to prepare undergraduate women at a historically Black college for age-conscious scholarship and service in the twenty-first century.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/WHB8anvcOpc
Format: Video


Spelman Independent Scholars (SIS) Oral History Project - Ma Mel's Oral History Interview
Grant details: AB-264116-19
Title: Spelman Independent Scholars (SIS) Oral History Project - Ma Mel's Oral History Interview
Writer: Alex Swann
Director: Angela Wood
Producer: Gloria Wade Gayles, PhD
Abstract: Spelman Oral History Project Scholar, Alix Swann interviews her grandmother for the SIS Oral History Project Archives. See how SIS utilizes the methodology of oral history to improve the teaching of humanities in college. The goal of the Spelman SIS Oral History Project is to prepare undergraduate women at a historically Black college for age-conscious scholarship and service in the twenty-first century.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/XCU3L1r1tkM
Format: Video


Border Culture: Building Bridges, Not Walls
Grant details: AC-234211-16
Title: Border Culture: Building Bridges, Not Walls
Writer: Adam Cooper-Teran
Director: Adam Cooper-Teran, Heather Gray
Producer: Adam Cooper-Teran
Abstract: Interviews students involved in the Border Culture classes in their classes and at a summit meeting.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7LcWlP4ASQ
Primary URL Description: YouTube upload of film.
Access Model: open access
Format: Web


Liberty Hall 360: A Revolutionary Wedding
Grant details: AC-258915-18
Title: Liberty Hall 360: A Revolutionary Wedding
Writer: Sarah Roberts Megan Tobias Matthew Wapelhorst Tyler Kerekgyarto Christopher Perez Samantha Bernardi Matthew Griffin Josue Simao Juliana Reents David Turon
Director: Emmanuel Vozos and Ed Johnston
Producer: Ed Johnston Emmanuel Vozos Henry Stankiewicz Jonathan Mercantini Elizabeth Hyde William Schroh
Abstract: Witness a project 244 years in the making, conceived and produced by Kean University students, with support of faculty, staff, alumni, and neighbors. The film invites audiences to attend the wedding of future Founding Father John Jay to socialite Sarah Livingston, the daughter of the first elected governor of New Jersey. A colorful cast of characters leads the audience on an adventure around the mansion and grounds, as they experience the story through the eyes of "Lucius Horatio", a rambunctious young guest at the wedding. Two versions of this film were created to give audience and museum-goers the exciting experience of feeling like they were actually there on this historic occasion. The widescreen version was filmed with wide angle lenses and in first-person perspective to put the audience in Lucius' shoes. And the 360° virtual reality version takes that experience to the next level. Using VR headsets, audiences are transported into a fully immersive environment - with the sights and sounds of the day all around them. It is not just a movie - it's a time machine. Liberty Hall 360: Revolutionary Wedding was created through the collaboration of students, faculty, staff and alumni of Kean University across multiple disciplines like graphic design, history, communication, writing and theatre.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.kean.edu/michaelgravescollege/mgc-events/liberty-hall-360
Format: Film
Format: Web


What is MEIS
Grant details: AC-50089-11
Title: What is MEIS
Writer: Jesse Ickler and Melissa Wall
Director: Jesse Ickler, Melissa Wall & Nayereh Tohidi
Producer: Jesse Ickler
Abstract: A brief description of what Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Program is and how students can benefit from a minor in MEIS. Some voices of students, professors and community members are represented who encourage students to chose MEIS as their minor.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/gpXGHGPvP4Y
Secondary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJqtBXHFVZI
Access Model: Open access through the MEIS website and Youtube
Format: Video
Format: Web


Hartford Heritage Video
Grant details: AC-50107-11
Title: Hartford Heritage Video
Writer: Jeffrey Partridge
Director: Michael Bies
Producer: Capital Community College Media Department
Abstract: Ten-minute video introducing the NEH-funded Hartford Heritage Project. The video shows students in the classroom and on field trips to the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, Mark Twain House and Museum, and the Wadsworth Atheneum art museum, and it includes interviews with the project director, faculty, students, and community partners.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z6kfHhyD9g&feature=player_embedded
Access Model: open access
Format: Video


Rex Stephenson Jack Tales talk
Grant details: AE-247973-16
Title: Rex Stephenson Jack Tales talk
Writer: Richard Chase
Writer: Rex Stephenson
Producer: Randy Ferguson
Abstract: This is the video of Rex Stephenson's talk on Jack Tales to the Patrick Henry Community College Humanities faculty and students.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://https://youtu.be/n4EM__I_JA4
Primary URL Description: Rex Stephenson, Professor Emeritus at Ferrum College, told Jack Tale stories with help from the audience and talked about the importance of storytelling in communities.
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Sharyn McCrumb "St. Dale" book talk
Grant details: AE-247973-16
Title: Sharyn McCrumb "St. Dale" book talk
Writer: Sharyn McCrumb
Producer: Randy Ferguson
Abstract: Sharyn McCrumb spoke about racing in Virginia, particularly Martinsville Speedway, and the Dale Earnhardt effect.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://https://youtu.be/_jApfHyivHA
Primary URL Description: This is a private link to the author talk by Sharyn McCrumb on racing and her book St. Dale.
Access Model: private youtube channel by speaker's request
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Beth Macy and her book Factory Man
Grant details: AE-247973-16
Title: Beth Macy and her book Factory Man
Writer: Beth Macy
Producer: Randy Ferguson
Abstract: This is a youtube video of the author Beth Macy speaking at Patrick Henry Community College on September 20, 2016 about her book Factory Man. Factory Man is about John Bassett, son of the found of Bassett Furniture, who refused to send his products to China for production. Instead, JBIII as his is known, continued producing Bassett Furniture in Galax, VA, and successfully sued China over a product design.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://https://youtu.be/mnyscjMRsVI
Primary URL Description: Beth Macy speaking to the PHCC faculty, students, and community about her book "Factory Man." Many of the people who lost their jobs and were featured in the book came to see Ms. Macy.
Access Model: This is a private video open to humanities faculty and the speaker.
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Isaiah Stewart: Contemporary American Indian Art
Grant details: AE-264030-19
Title: Isaiah Stewart: Contemporary American Indian Art
Writer: Isaiah Stewart
Abstract: Discussion of contemporary American Indian visual arts.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTgwreHccNU&list=PLHhe-2tIHRqELHUFaD2iIEi61wsAAtilP&index=2&t=0s
Format: Web
Format: Video
Format: Digital File


Joshuaa Allison-Burbank: American Indian Language Preservation
Grant details: AE-264030-19
Title: Joshuaa Allison-Burbank: American Indian Language Preservation
Writer: Joshuaa Allison-Burbank
Abstract: Focus on Navajo language preservation on the Navajo Reservation.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3qaDtbTnCg&list=PLHhe-2tIHRqELHUFaD2iIEi61wsAAtilP&index=3&t=0s
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


James Rains: Contemporary American Indian Literature
Grant details: AE-264030-19
Title: James Rains: Contemporary American Indian Literature
Writer: James Rains
Abstract: Discussion of contemporary American Indian writers.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tQXfiJoZ7w&list=PLHhe-2tIHRqELHUFaD2iIEi61wsAAtilP&index=3
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Ponka-We Victors: Contemporary American Indian Politics
Grant details: AE-264030-19
Title: Ponka-We Victors: Contemporary American Indian Politics
Writer: Ponka-We Victors
Abstract: Discussion of contemporary American Indian politics at the state and federal levels.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_vDMNT2uwU&list=PLHhe-2tIHRqELHUFaD2iIEi61wsAAtilP&index=4
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Jordyn Gunville: Contemporary American Indian Maternal and Child Health
Grant details: AE-264030-19
Title: Jordyn Gunville: Contemporary American Indian Maternal and Child Health
Writer: Jordyn Gunville
Abstract: A discussion of contemporary maternal and child health issues on American Indian reservations in the central and northern Plains.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vq9Wbzvn4zM&list=PLHhe-2tIHRqELHUFaD2iIEi61wsAAtilP&index=5
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Charley Lewis: Contemporary American Indian Pow Wow Music
Grant details: AE-264030-19
Title: Charley Lewis: Contemporary American Indian Pow Wow Music
Writer: Charley Lewis
Abstract: Discussion of contemporary pow wow music.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RA1hDZh6VjQ&list=PLHhe-2tIHRqELHUFaD2iIEi61wsAAtilP&index=7
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Darrell Hill and Grace Pushetonequa Hill: Contemporary American Indian Dance
Grant details: AE-264030-19
Title: Darrell Hill and Grace Pushetonequa Hill: Contemporary American Indian Dance
Writer: Darrell Hill and Grace Pushetonequa Hill
Abstract: Discussion of contemporary male and female pow wow dance styles.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HK4wctorl8&list=PLHhe-2tIHRqELHUFaD2iIEi61wsAAtilP&index=6
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Introduction to the Salish Sea: Place-based learning goes virtual
Grant details: AE-269104-20
Title: Introduction to the Salish Sea: Place-based learning goes virtual
Writer: Anna Booker
Director: Jeffrey Karoff
Producer: Anna Booker
Abstract: A video about the Pivot to Online Learning (Spring 2020) documents the success (from the students’ perspectives) of the online version of a course that brought students into the environments where they live, work, and study.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/DT0wsEO26ic
Primary URL Description: YouTube
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Video
Format: Web


No Ordinary Time
Grant details: AE-277710-21
Title: No Ordinary Time
Writer: Student writers
Director: Student Directors
Producer: Student Producers
Abstract: Local high school students explore the 1918 Spanish Flu in Montana to come to terms with their own experience of the current pandemic in the film, No Ordinary Time. They focus on the overlooked impact of the Spanish Flu pandemic on Montana, one of the hardest hit states with the country’s third-highest mortality rate. The Spanish Flu claimed 1% of Montana’s population (5,000 lives) in 1918-1919. What can we learn from this earlier virus and our successes and missteps in responding to it? Working with local historians, filmmakers, professors, and health officials, students produced this film in a 2-week immersive summer-bridge program offered through Helena College.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u2pmlJkaftZ5WlPy1LXgs5QCliQJvCW5/view
Primary URL Description: n/a
Secondary URL: https://mailchi.mp/helenacollege.edu/summerbridge
Secondary URL Description: n/a
Access Model: open access
Format: Video


The Great Questions Seminar 2020-2021 Student Voices
Grant details: AH-274009-20
Title: The Great Questions Seminar 2020-2021 Student Voices
Writer: Theodore Hadzi-Antich Jr.
Abstract: Students discuss their experience in the Great Questions Seminar at Austin Community College.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtaHR4mb1EU&t=1s
Format: Video


Artist Interviews - Separate/Together: A Collective Student Exhibition
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Artist Interviews - Separate/Together: A Collective Student Exhibition
Writer: Annie Scull
Producer: Annie Scull
Abstract: In this short video, five of the participating students of the Separate/Together exhibition of Fall 2020, Hannah Altman, Graham Fee, Amanda Cordell, Linnea Moody, and Melissa Nunez, discuss their work and thought os the Covid-19 pandemic. Faced with the uncertainty of the present these 2020 graduates speak with voices of the future. The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has affected us in incalculable ways. As a division of Daytona State College, the Southeast Museum of Photography is keenly aware of the impact it has had on student life. When campuses across the country closed for the Spring semester, many BFA and MFA student exhibitions were reluctantly cancelled. Seeing these graduating students have the opportunity to show the culmination of their years of hard work taken away was heartbreaking. This summer, the Southeast Museum of Photography put out an open call to any graduating students working in the medium of photography whose in-person thesis shows were canceled as a result
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/486484733
Primary URL Description: A compilation video, featuring five of the artists included in Separate/Together: A Collective Student Exhibition in which the graduates discuss their work and thoughts on the Covid-19 Pandemic. The video was uploaded to the SMP's Vimeo site for sharing and embedding videos into the museum's website
Secondary URL: https://www.instagram.com/p/CITbWgfFxf6/
Secondary URL Description: The video was also uploaded and shared on the SMP's instagram page.
Format: Video


Gallery Walk Through - • From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Gallery Walk Through - • From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Writer: Ashley Lumb
Producer: Wyatt Peck
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Abstract: Full length video catalogue, voice over narration of exhibition text provided by an Australian voice actress, with closed captioning
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/489555170
Format: Video


Gallery Walk Through - • Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Gallery Walk Through - • Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky
Writer: Christina Katoslis
Producer: Wyatt Peck
Abstract: Gallery walk through recording of the exhibition shared on the museum's website and social media
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/449018486
Primary URL Description: Gallery walk through video uploaded to the SMP's Vimeo account for sharing and embedding videos into the museum's website
Secondary URL: https://www.instagram.com/p/CECxUFBl_9D/
Secondary URL Description: Gallery walk through video shared on the museum's instagram page
Format: Video


Gallery Walk Through - Thesis/Departures 2020 Exhibitions
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Gallery Walk Through - Thesis/Departures 2020 Exhibitions
Writer: Erin Gordon
Producer: Wyatt Peck
Abstract: Gallery walk through recording of the exhibition shared on the museum's website and social media
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/452256023
Primary URL Description: Gallery walk through video uploaded to the SMP's Vimeo account for sharing and embedding videos into the museum's website
Secondary URL: https://www.instagram.com/p/CE4su1dlHcy/
Secondary URL Description: Gallery walk through video shared on the museum's instagram page
Format: Video


Gallery Walk Through - • Separate/Together: A Collective Student Exhibition
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Gallery Walk Through - • Separate/Together: A Collective Student Exhibition
Writer: Erin Gordon
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Abstract: Gallery walk through recording of the exhibition shared on the museum's website and social media
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/470267035
Primary URL Description: Gallery walk through video uploaded to the SMP's Vimeo account for sharing and embedding videos into the museum's website
Secondary URL: https://www.instagram.com/p/CGaU332lhod/
Secondary URL Description: Gallery walk through video shared on the museum's instagram page
Format: Video


360-Degree Virtual Tour - Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: 360-Degree Virtual Tour - Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky
Writer: Christina Katsolis
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Abstract: 360-degree interactive virtual tour of the exhibition.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://view.ricohtours.com/af4e0a19-3915-4c06-9ced-dd95d5824af5
Primary URL Description: 360-degree interactive virtual tour of the exhibition.
Format: Web


Promotional Video - From All Points of the Southern Sky take-home activity
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Promotional Video - From All Points of the Southern Sky take-home activity
Writer: Lauren Bautista
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Abstract: From All Points of the Southern Sky take-home kid’s koala mask activity, social media promotional video
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.instagram.com/p/CI09IimlXVC/
Primary URL Description: From All Points of the Southern Sky take-home kid’s koala mask activity, social media promotional video shared on social media
Format: Video


Live Artist Talk - Mac Stone, Primitive Florida: Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky.
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Live Artist Talk - Mac Stone, Primitive Florida: Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky.
Writer: Mac Stone
Writer: Christina Katsolis
Producer: Lauren Baustista
Abstract: Full length recording of Artist Talk with internationally recognized, award - winning conservation photographer, Mac Stone, discussing his work featured in Primitive Florida: Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/453272798
Primary URL Description: Full length recording of Zoom Artist Talk with internationally recognized, award - winning conservation photographer, Mac Stone.
Format: Video


Artist Presentation - Tobias Titz, From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Artist Presentation - Tobias Titz, From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Writer: Tobias Titz
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Abstract: Video Artist Presentation discussing the series “Polaroid Project” by photographer Tobias Titz, featured in From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/472651619
Primary URL Description: Video Artist Presentation discussing the series “Polaroid Project” by photographer Tobias Titz, featured in From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Format: Video


Artist Presentation - Jane Brown, From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Artist Presentation - Jane Brown, From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Writer: Jane Brown
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Abstract: Video Artist Presentation of her series “Australian Gothic” by photographer Jane Brown, featured in From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/483204727
Primary URL Description: Video Artist Presentation of her series “Australian Gothic” by photographer Jane Brown, featured in From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Format: Video


Artist Presentation - Anne Zahalka, From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Artist Presentation - Anne Zahalka, From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Writer: Anne Zahalka
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Producer: Anne Zahalka
Abstract: Video Artist Presentation by photographer Anne Zahalka, featured in From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/488138409
Primary URL Description: Video Artist Presentation by photographer Anne Zahalka, featured in From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Format: Video


Artist Presentation - Richard Bullard, Honoring Our Heroes: The Art of Service and Sacrifice
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Artist Presentation - Richard Bullard, Honoring Our Heroes: The Art of Service and Sacrifice
Writer: Richard Bullard
Producer: Wyatt Peck
Abstract: Video Artist Presentation by local veteran and photographer Richard Bullard featured in Honoring Our Heroes: The Art of Service and Sacrifice curated by SMP’s Christina Katsolis in partnership with the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/497751764
Primary URL Description: Video Artist Presentation by local veteran and photographer Richard Bullard featured in Honoring Our Heroes: The Art of Service and Sacrifice curated by SMP’s Christina Katsolis in partnership with the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Format: Video


Collections Care - Glass Lantern Slide Project
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Collections Care - Glass Lantern Slide Project
Writer: Annie Scull
Producer: Annie Scull
Abstract: Behind-the-scenes video detailing the 800+ glass lantern slide cataloguing and rehousing project
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/519174779
Primary URL Description: Behind-the-scenes video detailing the 800+ glass lantern slide cataloguing and rehousing project
Format: Video


360-Degree Virtual Tour - Thesis/Departures 2020 Exhibitions
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: 360-Degree Virtual Tour - Thesis/Departures 2020 Exhibitions
Writer: Erin Gordon
Producer: Wyatt Peck
Abstract: 360-degree interactive virtual tour of the exhibition
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://view.ricohtours.com/fbf3609c-3f1a-4f86-a025-aebefe07ee3b
Primary URL Description: 360-degree interactive virtual tour of the exhibition
Format: Web


360-Degree Virtual Tour - From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: 360-Degree Virtual Tour - From All Points of the Southern Sky: Photography from Australia and Oceania
Writer: Ashley Lumb
Producer: Tori Camera
Abstract: 360-degree interactive virtual tour of the exhibition
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://view.ricohtours.com/76b65dc8-407f-478d-92f6-44598936ddba
Primary URL Description: 360-degree interactive virtual tour of the exhibition
Format: Web


360-Degree Virtual Tour - Honoring our Heroes: The Art of Service and Sacrifice
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: 360-Degree Virtual Tour - Honoring our Heroes: The Art of Service and Sacrifice
Writer: Christina Katsolis
Producer: Wyatt Peck
Abstract: 360-degree interactive virtual tour of the exhibition
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://view.ricohtours.com/664e74f2-44bf-4236-a802-f47dda9f1461
Primary URL Description: 360-degree interactive virtual tour of the exhibition
Format: Web


Gallery Talk - Debbie Wright, head of Volusia County’s Manatee Protection Program
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Gallery Talk - Debbie Wright, head of Volusia County’s Manatee Protection Program
Writer: Debbie Wright
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Abstract: Gallery talk with Debbie Wright, head of Volusia County’s Manatee Protection Program, regarding the content in Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/451971070
Primary URL Description: Recorded gallery talk uploaded to the SMP's Vimeo account for sharing and embedding videos into the museum's website
Secondary URL: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CEb4eHOlwx-/
Secondary URL Description: Recorded gallery talk shared on the museum's instagram page
Format: Video


Gallery Talk - Kerry Schrage for Honoring Our Heroes
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Gallery Talk - Kerry Schrage for Honoring Our Heroes
Writer: Kerry Schrage
Producer: Wyatt Peck
Abstract: Gallery talk with Kerry Schrage whose distinction as a Gold Star family member motivates him to keep his brother Dustin’s memory alive. He poignantly shares his story–as well as his own photographs–as he tours the exhibition, Honoring Our Heroes: The Art of Service and Sacrifice, curated by SMP’s Christina Katsolis in partnership with the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/491275242
Primary URL Description: Gallery talk with Kerry Schrage whose distinction as a Gold Star family member motivates him to keep his brother Dustin’s memory alive. He poignantly shares his story–as well as his own photographs–as he tours the exhibition, Honoring Our Heroes: The Art of Service and Sacrifice, curated by SMP’s Christina Katsolis in partnership with the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Format: Video


Artist Presentation - Jennifer Adler, Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Artist Presentation - Jennifer Adler, Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky
Writer: Jennifer Adler
Producer: Jennifer Adler
Producer: Lauren Bautista
Abstract: Jennifer Adler is a conservation photographer who specializes in underwater photography and cave diving, and holds a doctorate in interdisciplinary ecology. Jennifer has always been deeply connected to the water, and over the years, she's turned that passion into a career path. In exploring our springs, she's led us to new depths of understanding while documentary the health of our freshwater. In this video, Jennifer Adler shares her inspiration and professional perspective, letting her audience understand what's at stake, and how we can each play a part in shaping the future of Florida's springs.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/454050132
Primary URL Description: Artist presentation by Jennifer Adler, featured in Primitive Florida: Celebrating the Land Where the Sawgrass Meets the Sky
Format: Video


NILI Summer Institute - 2020 LRLS (Language Revitalization Learning Series)
Grant details: AH-274329-20
Title: NILI Summer Institute - 2020 LRLS (Language Revitalization Learning Series)
Writer: Robert Elliott
Director: Robert Elliott
Producer: Keegan Livermore
Abstract: NA
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeeKgxOY60qbCTKyJc3MdfzEgi3Ci3-1P
Primary URL Description: NILI’s LRLS YouTube Channel containing 10 videos of presentations plus 3 welcoming and closing videos given at 2021 LRLS (Language Revitalization Learning Series).
Format: Video


Welcome to the Class of 1918 - Episode 1 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy"
Grant details: AH-275850-20
Title: Welcome to the Class of 1918 - Episode 1 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy"
Writer: Roger Segelken
Abstract: Welcome to the Class of 1918 - Episode 1 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy." Congratulations! You are accepted for flight instruction in Ithaca’s Thomas School of Aviation. Just one catch: The year is 1918.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oxj9l06N-58&t=1s
Access Model: Organization's YouTube Channel
Format: Web


Tour the Aeroplane Factory with Mr. Oliver Thomas - Episode 2 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy"
Grant details: AH-275850-20
Title: Tour the Aeroplane Factory with Mr. Oliver Thomas - Episode 2 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy"
Writer: Roger Segelken
Producer: Shira Evergreen
Abstract: Tour the Aeroplane Factory with Mr. Oliver Thomas - Episode 2 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy." Now that you're flying a Tommy, let's see where these magnificent machines are built!
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-r6mE9YsVgE&t=2s
Access Model: YouTuve
Format: Web


How to Act in Silent Films with Airplanes - Episode 3 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy"
Grant details: AH-275850-20
Title: How to Act in Silent Films with Airplanes - Episode 3 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy"
Writer: Roger Segelken
Abstract: The Old Time Flight Instructor and silent movie star Mrs. Edith Day meet-up in Renwick Park (now Stewart Park) to talk about the role of airplanes in Ithaca's film making history! Tune in for tips and gossip from “A Romance of the Air” film star Edith Day! Visit thehistorycenter.net/learn-tommy for additional activities, handouts, and pop-quizzes for each episode! *This is Episode 3 of a five-part series. . . . Video by Shira Evergreen, Uplifted Ithaca. Acting & Script by H. Roger Segelken (Heritage Ambassador for Tompkins County & Docent with The History Center in Tompkins County), also starring Aurora Ricardo. Archival footage courtesy of the Wharton Studio Museum. This film, and all of the digital Learning to Fly with Tommy resources (2020), were made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities CARES Act funding. Episode 3 was co-produced with the Wharton Studio Museum. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this film, do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities. © 2020 The History Center in Tompkins County
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYQF0ioDM4w&t=2s
Format: Web


Episode 4: Celestial Navigation Through the Canals of Mars
Grant details: AH-275850-20
Title: Episode 4: Celestial Navigation Through the Canals of Mars
Writer: Roger Segelken
Abstract: Lansing’s eccentric astronomy professor explains extraterrestrial agriculture. Visit thehistorycenter.net/learn-tommy for additional activities, handouts, and pop-quizzes for each
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA1XsWZkWfU&t=3s
Format: Other


Dispatches from the War Front - Episode 5 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy"
Grant details: AH-275850-20
Title: Dispatches from the War Front - Episode 5 of "Learning to Fly with Tommy"
Writer: Roger Segelken
Abstract: Will our hometown hero, the fearless flying ace, remember to write? Visit thehistorycenter.net/learn-tommy for additional activities, handouts, and pop-quizzes for each episode! *This is Episode 5 of a five-part series. . . . Video by Shira Evergreen, Uplifted Ithaca. Acting & Script by H. Roger Segelken (Heritage Ambassador for Tompkins County & Docent with The History Center in Tompkins County), and Aurora Ricardo. This film, and all of the digital Learning to Fly with Tommy resources (2020), were made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities CARES Act funding. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this film, do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities."
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt4_6FNc9QU&list=PLoz4lGKRiTuIh0SQleUVO3BOTHEi-_5yN&index=5&t=2s
Format: Web


Student Testimonial
Grant details: AKB-260426-18
Title: Student Testimonial
Writer: Clara Weibel
Director: Global Hub
Producer: Global Hub
Abstract: Clara Weibel talks about her role as the Undergraduate Student Ambassador for the Water in Central Eurasia initiative headed by the Center for Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies- REEES and the Asian Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh, how her coursework with the Global Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh enhanced her understanding of environmental issues, and why she feels it's important for students to be involved with international/global studies.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.facebook.com/pittglobalhub/videos/221875309121634/
Format: Web


Promotional video celebrating Roman water-lifting and grain mill machines (first of two)
Grant details: AKB-265638-19
Title: Promotional video celebrating Roman water-lifting and grain mill machines (first of two)
Writer: Gregory Wendt
Director: Gregory Wendt
Abstract: (from the description on Facebook:) "This one-minute video features highlights of two pretty incredible reconstructions of ancient Roman water wheels. The first uses human power to lift water — useful, for example, for getting water out of mines, or up from rivers into irrigation canals. The second uses falling water to spin a shaft which, redirected through a gearbox, turns a millstone in order to grind grain — used to bake the bread shown here. These reconstructions were made by two teams of senior Engineering students at SIU (Southern Illinois University), and supported in part by SIU’s Ancient Practices program and the National Endowment for the Humanities."
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.facebook.com/gregory.wendt1/videos/10221036910406356
Primary URL Description: (from the description on Facebook:) "This one-minute video features highlights of two pretty incredible reconstructions of ancient Roman water wheels. The first uses human power to lift water — useful, for example, for getting water out of mines, or up from rivers into irrigation canals. The second uses falling water to spin a shaft which, redirected through a gearbox, turns a millstone in order to grind grain — used to bake the bread shown here. These reconstructions were made by two teams of senior Engineering students at SIU (Southern Illinois University), and supported in part by SIU’s Ancient Practices program and the National Endowment for the Humanities."
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


Promotional video celebrating Roman water-lifting and grain mill machines (second of two)
Grant details: AKB-265638-19
Title: Promotional video celebrating Roman water-lifting and grain mill machines (second of two)
Writer: SIU Communications
Director: SIU Communications
Abstract: (from the description on YouTube:) "Students in the unique, interdisciplinary Ancient Practices program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale built two machines based on ancient Roman water wheels. The machines – one a grain mill and the other a water-lifting “pump” – were recently on display in the courtyard at the Engineering Building. The ancient practices program grew out of a $100,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2019. The program focuses on broadening the perspective of students studying objective disciplines – such as science, engineering, technology and mathematics – by demonstrating the relevance of the humanities to their own interests. The program leads to a minor in ancient practices."
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6O4t4gkQlw4
Primary URL Description: (from the description on YouTube:) "Students in the unique, interdisciplinary Ancient Practices program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale built two machines based on ancient Roman water wheels. The machines – one a grain mill and the other a water-lifting “pump” – were recently on display in the courtyard at the Engineering Building. The ancient practices program grew out of a $100,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2019. The program focuses on broadening the perspective of students studying objective disciplines – such as science, engineering, technology and mathematics – by demonstrating the relevance of the humanities to their own interests. The program leads to a minor in ancient practices."
Format: Video
Format: Web


Public TV broadcast (Southern Illinois Channel 3) celebrating reconstruction of an ancient Roman water-powered rock saw.
Grant details: AKB-265638-19
Title: Public TV broadcast (Southern Illinois Channel 3) celebrating reconstruction of an ancient Roman water-powered rock saw.
Writer: Southern Illinois Channel 3 News
Abstract: Public TV broadcast (Southern Illinois Channel 3) celebrating reconstruction of an ancient Roman water-powered rock saw.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.wsiltv.com/video/siu-students-show-off-recreated-rock-saw/video_51a02f4e-0815-5d41-a04b-014472ce7d81.html
Primary URL Description: Public TV broadcast (Southern Illinois Channel 3) celebrating reconstruction of an ancient Roman water-powered rock saw.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


Promotional video celebrating reconstruction of an ancient Roman water-powered rock saw.
Grant details: AKB-265638-19
Title: Promotional video celebrating reconstruction of an ancient Roman water-powered rock saw.
Writer: Greg Wendt
Director: Greg Wendt
Abstract: Promotional video celebrating reconstruction of an ancient Roman water-powered rock saw.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/702220038
Primary URL Description: Promotional video celebrating reconstruction of an ancient Roman water-powered rock saw.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


Artists Picture Changing American Landscapes
Grant details: AP-50076-11
Title: Artists Picture Changing American Landscapes
Writer: Cathy Burton
Writer: P. Joseph Mullins
Writer: Karen Burgard
Writer: T. Scott McMillin
Writer: Elaine Rosa
Writer: Patty Dillon
Director: Geoffrey Weiss
Producer: Geoffrey Weiss
Abstract: This video series is part of the Artists Picture Changing American Landscapes teacher professional development workshop conducted by the Rivers Institute at Hanover College (http://rivers.hanover.edu). From the 28 landscape sketches by British officers in the Scenographia Americana (1768) to Albert Bierstadt's Looking Down Yosemite Valley, California (1864) or, even later, Charles Sheeler's American Landscape (1930), art has shaped public perceptions of the vast North American continent. In turn, the landscape leaves its imprint upon artists. The Artists Picture Changing American Landscapes teacher workshop (http://www.apcal.net/home.php) can help teachers integrate Picturing America landscapes into the core subjects of fine arts, American history and government, social studies, and English/language arts, employing images, primary, and secondary documents in their classrooms to see how artists have responded to changing American landscapes — physical, social, and political. Incorporate the Picturing America collection into your humanities, history, social studies, visual arts, or language arts classroom. Full-length downloadable audio versions of these lectures are available at the website. The workshop is made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations in this video do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL09680083C9DEDCB3&feature=plcp
Primary URL Description: This is a Youtube playlist that incorporates vignettes from workshop lectures.
Access Model: open access
Format: Web


New media Movies on the Multiscope [show prizes]
Grant details: AQ-50283-10
Title: New media Movies on the Multiscope
Writer: Lori Landay
Director: Lori Landay
Producer: Lori Landay
Abstract: The Multiscope is the most recent manifestation of my experiments with New Media spectatorship. As a sculpture-interface for viewing my New Media movies made with machinima (real-time animation captured in a 3D video game environment or virtual world), it is inspired by early motion picture viewing devices like the Mutoscope and Kinetoscope, Nam June Paik's sculptures, discourses about windows and interface in New Media scholarship, and the postphenomenological approach to technics advanced by Don Ihde that considers the embodied, hermeneutic, and alterity relations we have with artifacts like iPads, televisions, and other screens.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://lorilanday.com/NewMedia/multiscope.html
Primary URL Description: Multiscope page
Access Model: YouTube open access
Format: Web


Senator: Butler University course is no laughing matter
Grant details: AQ-51049-14
Title: Senator: Butler University course is no laughing matter
Writer: Howard Monroe
Abstract: News segment discussing the grant's inclusion in Senator Coburn's Wastebook 2014.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://wishtv.com/2014/10/29/senator-butler-university-course-is-no-laughing-matter/
Primary URL Description: Link to news segment from WISH-TV Indianapolis.
Format: Web


Veterans Speak: War, Trauma, and the Humanities
Grant details: AV-255491-17
Title: Veterans Speak: War, Trauma, and the Humanities
Writer: Rosemary Johnsen
Writer: Andrae Marak
Director: Joshua E. Young
Producer: Joshua E. Young
Producer: Charles Nolley
Abstract: 60 minute program of a December 4, 2017, televised event recorded in front of a studio audience that included members of the grant-project class, interested members of the campus community, and the public. The town-hall style event was the culmination of the student-veterans' training and work as embedded discussion facilitators in the class; they chose literary selections from the class, discussed them, and took part in dialogue reflecting on their service in the military, to the DEW project, and on the humanities' role in understanding and articulating veterans' experience. Program includes roll-over edited segments featuring photos and mementos of each student-veteran. The program was hosted by the director of GSU's Veterans Resource Center, Kevin Smith, and includes appearances by project co-directors Rosemary Johnsen (segment 1 of 3) and Andrae Marak segment 2 of 3).
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/6ttLkHlVRGg
Primary URL Description: Link to YouTube upload of the edited program. This is an authorized upload by Governors State University's Digital Learning and Media Design (DLMD) department.
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


War in the Pacific: Difficult Heritage Film
Grant details: AV-255550-17
Title: War in the Pacific: Difficult Heritage Film
Writer: Jennifer McKinnon
Writer: John McCord
Director: Jennifer McKinnon
Director: John McCord
Producer: John McCord
Abstract: Film outlining the War in the Pacific: Difficult Heritage Program
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xmxfjvhv-eg&feature=youtu.be
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


No Man's Land: Difficult Dialogue
Grant details: AV-260625-18
Title: No Man's Land: Difficult Dialogue
Writer: Daniel Fernandez
Director: Daniel Fernandez
Producer: Nela Navarro
Abstract: This dialogue explored the ways that trauma is transmitted and remembered across generations and focused on the relationship of perpetrators and victims of genocide. It brought together the daughter of a member of the French resistance, who later died in the Neuengamme Concentration Camp in 1945, and the son of a member of the “Ordnungspolizei,” the uniformed police force in Nazi Germany, in a constructive, open-ended dialogue. The session also included a screening and discussion of a brief documentary film, Amnesia, which explores the ways in which empathy and the arts can help people come to terms with the trauma of war.
Year: 2020
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Digital File


Spectrum News1 Report on Cold War Public Discussion
Grant details: AV-265910-19
Title: Spectrum News1 Report on Cold War Public Discussion
Writer: Kim Passoth
Director: Kim Passoth
Producer: Spectrum News1
Abstract: This profile of veteran-student discussion facilitator Dylan Bennett aired on Spectrum News1 and included elements of the grant's discussion programming for the Cold War.
Year: 2020
Access Model: Open access
Format: Digital File


Here & There
Grant details: AV-265910-19
Title: Here & There
Writer: Paula Weston Solano
Writer: Bernardo Solano
Director: Paula Weston Solano
Director: Bernardo Solano
Abstract: A performance reading of an original play about a day in the life of Cal Poly Pomona’s Iraq and Afghanistan military affiliated students as they grapple with the legacy of military service on campus and abroad.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgTSvWenm_8&feature=youtu.be
Primary URL Description: Recording of premiere showing and cast interviews/discussion
Access Model: available streaming on YouTube, open access
Format: Web


Ka Mauli Ritual Introduction
Grant details: AV-265985-19
Title: Ka Mauli Ritual Introduction
Writer: Aris A. Banaag
Director: UHMC
Producer: UHMC
Abstract: Ka Mauli Ritual by Native Hawaiian Practitioner Kyle Nakanelua
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://https://www.facebook.com/560317504039181/videos/1053287875153370
Secondary URL: http://https://www.facebook.com/560317504039181/videos/1053287875153370
Format: Video


The House That Freedom Built
Grant details: BC-50565-10
Title: The House That Freedom Built
Writer: LaVaughn Belle
Director: LaVaughn Belle
Producer: V.I. Humanities Council
Abstract: This trailer/documentary-in-progress highlighted the Free Gut community of St.Croix, through the eyes of La Vaughn Belle, a woman who is digging up the area's rich history as one of the first free black settlements in Christiansted as she tries to rehabilitate one of it's dilapidated one-room structures - a house that she now owns.
Year: 2011
Format: DVD


Heart Mountain graves at Crown Hill Cemetery
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: Heart Mountain graves at Crown Hill Cemetery
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: This is a video about the graves of Heart Mountain incarcerees at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Powell, Wyo.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctoRPta-LjA
Primary URL Description: This is on the Heart Mountain YouTube channel
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Heart Mountain through digital eyes
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: Heart Mountain through digital eyes
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: This shows the various aspects of the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZzZ4NM12UU
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Japanese American pioneers in the Bighorn Basin
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: Japanese American pioneers in the Bighorn Basin
Writer: Dakota Russell
Director: Dakota Russell
Producer: Dakota Russell
Abstract: This is a short video history of the Japanese Americans who lived in Wyoming's Big Horn Basin before World War II.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gw5mgt59k18
Primary URL Description: This is the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Origami with the Miharas
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: Origami with the Miharas
Writer: Sam Mihara
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: This is a video about making origami with Sam Mihara, a former Heart Mountain incarceree, and his family. Mihara was a member of the faculty for the Landmarks of American History and Culture workshops.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IC0RVtINEyM
Primary URL Description: This is the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Why Call It Heart Mountain?
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: Why Call It Heart Mountain?
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: This is a short history of the name of Heart Mountain, which was named by the Crow people who lived in the area for centuries.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qooTtNlslFk
Primary URL Description: This is the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Heart Mountain High School
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: Heart Mountain High School
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: This is a history of the Heart Mountain high school, which was built on the site of the Japanese American concentration camp.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsFJhmoBSd8
Primary URL Description: This is the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel. These videos were created with money from the Landmarks supplement to make it easier for virtual workshop participants to feel the sense of place at Heart Mountain.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


The barracks at Heart Mountain
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: The barracks at Heart Mountain
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: This showed life inside the barracks at the Heart Mountain concentration camp during World War II.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tg7zacnQ5OY
Primary URL Description: This is the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel. It hosts the video produced with funds from the Landmarks supplement to enable virtual workshop participants to feel the sense of place at Heart Mountain.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


The Heart Mountain honor roll
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: The Heart Mountain honor roll
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: This video tells the story of the honor roll of former incarcerees at the Heart Mountain concentration camp who served in the military during World War II. Fifteen men connected to the camp died in combat.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUvfQYGz2Ow
Primary URL Description: Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


The Heart Mountain swimming hole
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: The Heart Mountain swimming hole
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: Heart Mountain incarcerees built a swimming hole to get some respite from the area's dry heat.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKAhJos--MY
Primary URL Description: Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


The Heart Mountain root cellar
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: The Heart Mountain root cellar
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: Heart Mountain incarcerees had to grow their own food to supplement the meager and often inedible rations they received in camp. Most of the produce was stored in a series of massive root cellars located on the grounds. The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation is restoring the one surviving root cellar, which will be used for exhibits and classes.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1k7q_imTyw
Primary URL Description: Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Heart Mountain hospital
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: Heart Mountain hospital
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: Five hundred fifty-six babies were born at Heart Mountain in the camp hospital, where other prisoners died of various diseases and ailments they suffered while imprisoned. This is a history of the hospital, and its enduring importance.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6hAyuKyXYc
Primary URL Description: Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


The Heart Mountain barracks today
Grant details: BH-267114-19
Title: The Heart Mountain barracks today
Writer: Heart Mountain staff
Director: Heart Mountain staff
Producer: Heart Mountain staff
Abstract: After the war, the barracks that housed 14,000 Japanese Americans at Heart Mountain were sold for $1 to anyone who could cart them away. As a result, hundreds of barracks are located throughout Wyoming, Montana and nearby states. Many are unrecognizable, but many still retain the distinctive style.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh1wiP8dJHM
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


A Civil War in the Colonies: Remember Baker, John Munro, and the Incident at the Arlington Gristmill
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: A Civil War in the Colonies: Remember Baker, John Munro, and the Incident at the Arlington Gristmill
Writer: Daniel O'Neil
Director: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Ethan Allen Homestead Museum
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: We often teach the American Revolution as a war of independence from the British Empire. But as we look closer at the events that unfolded in the New Hampshire grants, a different picture may emerge. Watch this presentation (15:20 mins, with captions) by Dan O'Neil (project faculty member and Executive Director of the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum), which posits that what was really happening here could be considered a civil war.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/3wPnqN372JE
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: Open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Practical Patriots
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Practical Patriots
Writer: Susan Ouellette
Director: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Ethan Allen Homestead Museum
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Many of our popular notions of the motives of the American revolutionaries have been mythologized by films, books, media, and political discourse. The popular image of a plucky American rebel who fought for freedom against a tyrannical king is a celebrated one. The reality was very different. Often practicality, economics, or even proximity to a particular army could determine which side was supported or could cause loyalties to change. This presentation (22:27 mins) features historian Dr. Susan Ouellette, who explores these complexities and introduces us to one such "practical patriot." This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/upg69DXikVo
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


9000 Years under the Bridge Part One: Precontact
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: 9000 Years under the Bridge Part One: Precontact
Writer: Jess Robinson
Writer: Elsa Gilbertson
Writer: Daniel O'Neil
Writer: Jason Barney
Director: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Let's visit the Narrows of Lake Champlain where Chimney Point and Crown Point can be found. We'll join Vermont State Archaeologist Jess Robinson as he discusses the Native American occupation of this site. Filmed on location at Chimney Point State Historic Site. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/XfXKSbo51Vs
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: Open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


9000 Years under the Bridge Part Two: New France
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: 9000 Years under the Bridge Part Two: New France
Writer: Elsa Gilbertson
Writer: Daniel O'Neil
Director: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Let's continue our time travel at Chimney Point with Elsa Gilbertson (project faculty member and Regional Sites Administrator for the State of Vermont Division for Historic Preservation) as she shares some of the highlights from the museum related to the French occupation of this site. Filmed on location at Chimney Point State Historic Site. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/2i3PdC1IDtE
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


9000 Years under the Bridge Part Three: English and Vermonters
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: 9000 Years under the Bridge Part Three: English and Vermonters
Writer: Elsa Gilbertson
Writer: Daniel O'Neil
Director: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Leading up to the Revolutionary War, Chimney Point and Crown Point remained focal points of settlement and political control in the Champlain Valley. Let's finish our time travel with Elsa Gilbertson as she covers the 18th - 20th centuries of the history at this strategic location. Filmed on location at Chimney Point State Historic Site. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/ECjpwBwWkMA
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Thinking Like an Archaeologist Part Three: Fieldwork
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Thinking Like an Archaeologist Part Three: Fieldwork
Writer: Angela Labrador
Director: Angela Labrador
Producer: Angela Labrador
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Now that we have a plan, it's time to hit the field! Join archaeologist Angela Labrador as we learn how archaeologists conduct fieldwork and analyze artifacts in preparation for our virtual dig of Mount Independence. Please note that the virtual dig tool is available for free to educators, students, and other interested members of the public. Please contact the VAS for access: info@vtarchaeology.org. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/LXS3BB6KVAg
Primary URL Description: Link to video on Youtube
Secondary URL: https://pro.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?tid=ff2bbb5d-8eca-417c-86f1-ad46013141dc
Secondary URL Description: Link to video on Panopto
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Hubbardton Battlefield Drone Footage
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Hubbardton Battlefield Drone Footage
Writer: Angela Labrador
Director: Angela Labrador
Director: Jason Barney
Director: Northern Vermont Aerial Photography
Producer: Angela Labrador
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Experience Hubbardton Battlefield by air. These drone flyovers give you a landscape-scale perspective of various features of strategic importance to the battle. Learn more about this State Historic Site and how to visit at https://historicsites.vermont.gov/hubbardton-battlefield This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/o6mfIiUaEr0
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


The Homestead after Ethan
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: The Homestead after Ethan
Writer: Daniel O'Neil
Director: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Daniel O'Neil
Producer: Ethan Allen Homestead Museum
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: What was life like for women living in early Vermont? How did coverture play out in the early republic known for its revolutionary zeal? Let us return to the Ethan Allen household. On February 12, 1789, Ethan Allen dies. Amid the sorrow and mourning, the legal process of probate begins, and in the Allen household, this process was complicated by the fact that Ethan died intestate, or without a will. This throws the legal status and rights of the newly widowed Fanny Allen into question. What would Fanny inherit? What could she claim to be rightfully hers? How these questions were resolved sheds light on the legal and social experiences of women in late 18th and early 19th century Vermont. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/uM-ePrgolsQ
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Hike on the Mount, Mount Independence, May 7, 2021
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Hike on the Mount, Mount Independence, May 7, 2021
Writer: Ennis Duling
Director: Ennis Duling
Director: Alec Duling
Producer: Alec Duling
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Mount Independence, a peninsula that juts out into Lake Champlain to the east of Fort Ticonderoga, was the site of a critical military installation during the American Revolution. At the height of its occupation by the rebel forces in the fall of 1776, the Mount was the second largest "city" in New England. The peninsula boasted fortifications, batteries, blockhouses, encampments, storehouses, workshops, barracks, a large general hospital, a floating bridge, a wharf, and even a giant crane. Following the war, the site quietly reforested, and today is one of the best-preserved archaeological sites from the Revolutionary War in the country. In this short video, join our guest lecturer, historian Ennis Duling, for a virtual hike across the entire landform of Mount Independence. Filmed on location at the Mount Independence State Historic Site, May 7, 2021. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/pHJGL3evkjg
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Picturing the Mount Part One: Artwork and Maps
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Picturing the Mount Part One: Artwork and Maps
Writer: Ennis Duling
Director: Ennis Duling
Producer: Ennis Duling
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Let's join historian Ennis Duling as we explore how the Mount has been depicted in artwork and maps over time. In this presentation, Ennis will survey a number of primary and secondary documents that illustrate the landform now known as Mount Independence. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/qSZ4ZrRZWkc
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Picturing the Mount Part Two: Who They Were and How They Lived
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Picturing the Mount Part Two: Who They Were and How They Lived
Writer: Ennis Duling
Director: Ennis Duling
Producer: Ennis Duling
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Let's turn to the people who were part of Mount Independence's history. In this presentation, we join historian Ennis Duling as he takes us on an illustrated journey back in time to meet some of these historic characters including the famous, the infamous, and the lesser known. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/lfTU3miGr58
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Picturing Mount Independence Part Three: 1777
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Picturing Mount Independence Part Three: 1777
Writer: Ennis Duling
Director: Ennis Duling
Producer: Ennis Duling
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Let's join historian Ennis Duling for a final presentation in which he places the historic characters on the landscape and sets the wheels of time in motion beginning in October 1776. What were these people thinking? What was life like that winter? And how did this impact military strategy of both the Continentals and British after the thaw in 1777? This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/GFb8sxoJoRo
Primary URL Description: Link to video
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Thinking Like an Archaeologist Part One
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Thinking Like an Archaeologist Part One
Writer: Angela Labrador
Director: Angela Labrador
Producer: Angela Labrador
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: How do you define archaeology? What comes to mind when you think of an archaeologist? Let's join archaeologist and Co-Director Angela Labrador as she shares her definition and some of the common misconceptions that people may have about archaeologists. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/Jt7b2MeoZGo
Primary URL Description: Link to video on Youtube
Secondary URL: https://pro.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?tid=5959594f-05b2-4abe-beb2-ad420149c35d
Secondary URL Description: Link to video on Panopto
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Thinking Like an Archaeologist Part Two: Research Design
Grant details: BH-267178-19
Title: Thinking Like an Archaeologist Part Two: Research Design
Writer: Angela Labrador
Director: Angela Labrador
Producer: Angela Labrador
Producer: Vermont Archaeological Society
Abstract: Now that we have identified some possible research questions, let's join archaeologist Angela Labrador as we move on to step 2 in archaeological inquiry: figuring out how we're going to conduct our archaeological research to answer our question. This video was created as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Grant, “Freedom and Unity: The Struggle for Independence on the Vermont Frontier," coordinated by the Vermont Archaeological Society and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/bIwJ8wKAd6Y
Primary URL Description: Link to video on Youtube
Secondary URL: https://pro.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?tid=cbc2582e-195b-4510-8c96-ad4300f23306
Secondary URL Description: Link to video on Panopto
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Beaumont Mill as a Social Studies Project
Grant details: BH-272365-20
Title: Beaumont Mill as a Social Studies Project
Writer: William Richardson (ETV Upstate)
Director: William Richardson (ETV Upstate)
Producer: William Richardson (ETV Upstate)
Abstract: NA
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.scetv.org/stories/2020/beaumont-mill-social-studies-project
Primary URL Description: Palmetto Scene episode posted on ETV website in November 2020 and aired on ETV stations across South Carolina in January 2021.
Access Model: open access
Format: Web


WYFF Chronicle: Remaking the Mills
Grant details: BH-272365-20
Title: WYFF Chronicle: Remaking the Mills
Writer: WYFF
Director: WYFF
Producer: WYFF
Abstract: Explores the past, present, and future of the textile industry in Upstate South Carolina. Features Dr. Paul Grady (co-director).
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://www.wyff4.com/article/exploring-the-history-of-textiles-in-south-carolina/41624282#
Access Model: open access
Format: Web


Beaumont Review
Grant details: BH-272365-20
Title: Beaumont Review
Writer: William Richardson (ETV)
Director: William Richardson (ETV)
Producer: William Richardson (ETV)
Abstract: Draws from participant interviews and workshop footage to share the success of Fabric of the Past.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://www.dropbox.com/s/0ar2l2ssoh17ea3/Master%20BEAUMONT%20REVIEW%2001.mov?dl=0
Access Model: not for public distribution
Format: Digital File


Nurse Faye v. Beaumont Mill
Grant details: BH-272365-20
Title: Nurse Faye v. Beaumont Mill
Writer: Anita Anderson Cooper
Director: Anita Anderson Cooper
Producer: Anita Anderson Cooper
Abstract: original song inspired by participant's conversation with family member of Beaumont Mill employee/resident
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/1tp2INd_0lM
Access Model: open access
Format: Web


Walking the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial with Clarence Moriwaki
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: Walking the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial with Clarence Moriwaki
Writer: Wing Luke Museum
Director: Doan Hoang Dy
Producer: Catalyst Presents!
Abstract: Clarence Moriwaki is a founder of the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial. He has guided visitors through the site hundreds of times, detailing the history and the symbolic nature of remembering the past in order to not repeat it.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: Open
Format: Video


The Birth of the Ghadar Party: South Asian History in Oregon and Washington
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: The Birth of the Ghadar Party: South Asian History in Oregon and Washington
Writer: Rahul Gupta
Director: Rahul Gupta
Producer: Catalyst Presents!
Abstract: Historian Joanna Ogden and community organizers Navneet Kaur and Bahadur Singh discuss the history of the Ghadar party and the effort to educate the public.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: open
Format: Video


1882 Project: Meet Betty Luke
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: 1882 Project: Meet Betty Luke
Writer: Bettie Luke
Director: Don Wong
Producer: Catalyst Presents!
Abstract: For years Bettie Luke was an educator and a race and diversity trainer. She has developed and led the effort to push curriculum adoption of her 1882 Project. The project looks at the impact of the Chinese Exclusion Act on the growth, prosperity and future of Chinese Americans.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: Open
Format: Video


Hawaiians of Fort Vancouver
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: Hawaiians of Fort Vancouver
Writer: Wing Luke Museum
Director: Don Wong
Producer: Catalyst Presents!
Abstract: The earliest Pacific Islanders to settle in Washington were the Native Hawaiians. Brought over by the Hudson Bay Company, they founded Kanaka Village at Fort Vancouver, WA.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: open
Format: Video


An Oral History with Cindy Domingo
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: An Oral History with Cindy Domingo
Writer: Cindy Domingo
Director: MJ Steele
Producer: MJ Steele
Abstract: Long-time activist and social justice voice Cindy Domingo shares the history of her family and how in spite of tragedy, they pushed forward to organize the union movement and for the civil rights of all people.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: open
Format: Video


Remembering Japantown
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: Remembering Japantown
Writer: Wing Luke Museum
Director: Jintana Lityouvong and Em Halladay
Producer: Em Halladay
Abstract: A walk through of Seattle's historic Japantown and interview with Irene Mano whose family owned the historic NP Hotel there.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: open
Format: Video


Tacoma Chinese Reconciliation Park
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: Tacoma Chinese Reconciliation Park
Writer: Wing Luke Museum
Director: Jintana Lityouvong
Director: Deyland Somers
Producer: Rahul Gupta
Abstract: A walk and talk video interpreting the Tacoma Chinese Reconciliation Park.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: open
Format: Video


What Friendship Looks Like on Bainbridge Island
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: What Friendship Looks Like on Bainbridge Island
Writer: Wing Luke Museum
Director: Doan Hoang Dy
Producer: Catalyst Presents!
Abstract: Two friends. Two families. Their tale from before the events of World War II that imprisoned 140,000 Japanese Americans, to the solidarity between Filipino and Japanese Americans on the island.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: open
Format: Video


I was here: History of the Immigration Station and Assay Office
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: I was here: History of the Immigration Station and Assay Office
Writer: Wing Luke Museum
Director: Ling Chun
Producer: Ling Chun
Abstract: Artist and Wing Luke employee, Ling Chun, explores the halls of the former Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) building on the edge of our historic Seattle Chinatown-International District neighborhood.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: open
Format: Video


Using the Wing Luke Museum Curriculum- instructional video
Grant details: BH-272383-20
Title: Using the Wing Luke Museum Curriculum- instructional video
Writer: Maya Hayashi
Director: Maya Hayashi
Producer: Maya Hayashi
Abstract: A walkthrough on accessibility options, navigating the website, and the variety of resources we have produced.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://curriculum.wingluke.org/?page_id=3662
Primary URL Description: The Wing Luke Museum Curriculum webpage includes a tab "Museum Produced Mini-Documentaries for your Classroom" which includes links to the videos produced for the 2021 Wing Luke Museum Landmarks Teacher Seminar.
Access Model: open
Format: Video


NEH Landmarks Africatown Video series
Grant details: BH-272385-20
Title: NEH Landmarks Africatown Video series
Writer: Ryan Noble
Writer: Joe'l Lewis Billingsley
Director: Ryan Noble
Director: Joe'l Lewis Billingsley
Producer: Ryan Noble
Producer: Conner Fincher
Producer: Joe'l Lewis Billingsley
Abstract: As a part of the process of moving the workshop to a virtual format, the workshop team produced a series of short videos on historical and contemporary topics about the Africatown community including quality of life indicators, historical perspectives, education, environment and more. The videos were shot in different locations throughout the Africatown community and allowed participants to virtually experience the physical space while engaging with the topics being presented.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSFwPmsc173evO-TXM2h1g7-pEagSqZbL
Primary URL Description: Youtube playlist of a selection of the videos produced for the workshop.
Format: Web


Rockin' in Rhythm
Grant details: BH-50600-13
Title: Rockin' in Rhythm
Writer: Laura Nash
Director: Brian Torff
Producer: Brian Torff
Abstract: “My associate, Dr. Laura Nash received a 2011 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to present a workshop on the life and work of Duke Ellington,” said Torff, “and we wanted to put together a band that would do new things with his music.” The concept grew into a mash-up where Torff composed and arranged music that mixed Ellington with Jimi Hendrix, the Doors, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Cream, and Pharrell Williams. It is a mash-up concept with jazz-rock roots but with a unique twist,” said Torff.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://soundcloud.com/newduke/albums
Access Model: open access
Format: Digital File


Jackie Robinson - PBS film
Grant details: BH-50600-13
Title: Jackie Robinson - PBS film
Writer: Yohuru Williams
Director: Ken Burns
Producer: Ken Burns
Abstract: Jack Roosevelt Robinson rose from humble origins to cross baseball’s color line and become one of the most beloved men in America. A fierce integrationist, Robinson used his immense fame to speak out against the discrimination he saw on and off the field, angering fans, the press, and even teammates who had once celebrated him for “turning the other cheek.” After baseball, he was a widely-read newspaper columnist, divisive political activist and tireless advocate for civil rights, who later struggled to remain relevant as diabetes crippled his body and a new generation of leaders set a more militant course for the civil rights movement.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://www.pbs.org/kenburns/jackie-robinson/
Format: Film
Format: DVD
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution
Grant details: BH-50600-13
Title: The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution
Writer: Yohuru Williams
Director: Stanley Nelson
Producer: Stanley Nelson
Abstract: In the turbulent 1960s, change was coming to America and the fault lines could no longer be ignored — cities were burning, Vietnam was exploding, and disputes raged over equality and civil rights. A new revolutionary culture was emerging and it sought to drastically transform the system. The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense would, for a short time, put itself at the vanguard of that change.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/films/the-black-panthers-vanguard-of-the-revolution/
Format: Film
Format: Video
Format: DVD
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Roots: A History Revealed
Grant details: BH-50600-13
Title: Roots: A History Revealed
Writer: Yohuru Williams
Director: Anthony Giacchino
Producer: Michael Stiller et al
Abstract: A fact-filled look at the real history of slavery, as revealed in "Roots." This documentary features leading historians unpacking the history behind Africa at the time of Kunte Kinte, the Middle Passage, slavery on plantations, the role of African Americans in the Civil War, and how African-American slaves struggled to retain their identity.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.history.com/specials/roots-a-history-revealed
Format: Film
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


The China Threat: Perception versus Reality
Grant details: CH-50332-07
Title: The China Threat: Perception versus Reality
Writer: Qin Herzberg
Writer: Larry Herzberg
Director: Calvin College Film Productions
Producer: Calvin College Film Productions
Abstract: China is the most populous nation in the world, the second largest economy, and one of the two largest trading partners of the United States. And yet a large percentage of the American people view China's rise as a threat to the U.S., either militarily or economically or both. According to a recent CNN/Opinion Research survey, 71 percent of American consider China an economic threat to the U.S., while 51 percent consider China a military threat. The frequent reports in the American media about human rights abuses in China add to a rather dark view of that country on the part of the American public. When surveyed, 68 percent of Americans suggest that China is doing a bad job respecting the human rights of its citizens. Larry and Qin Herzberg, both professors of Chinese language and culture at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI spent several summers interviewing people from different walks of life across the U.S. as to their views on China. To answer their concerns as well as those voiced in the media, they interviewed professors of Chinese history, religion, philosophy, and business, who have spent the last three decades or more studying China and traveling there regularly. They also interviewed a Canadian reporter, an American missionary, and a New Zealander restaurant manager who have lived in China for many years. Included in the video are also interviews with two American businessmen who oversee factories in China. These people with a true knowledge of China were asked to comment on the negative feelings and fears so many Americans have about China. In particular, they were asked to answer these three basic questions: Is China an economic threat to the U.S.? Is it a military threat? Exactly now widespread are human rights abuses in China, especially as regards religious freedom? This film is designed to give Americans and other Westerners a better and more nuanced understanding of the rising superpower in the world.
Year: 2012
Format: Video
Format: DVD


Teaching in the Archives: The Fundamentals of Historical Literacy
Grant details: CH-50926-12
Title: Teaching in the Archives: The Fundamentals of Historical Literacy
Writer: N/A
Director: N/A
Producer: Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning
Abstract: What is historical literacy? How does teaching with archival collections best capture for students on the elementary and secondary levels the interpretive properties of history? Central to the work of the Center on History and Education, these questions were explored by pre-service teachers in a course about the history of education in New York City. Teaching in the Archives documents students' experiences doing archival research and captures their thoughts about incorporating the archives as both a concept and practice into the teaching of history in public school classrooms.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMuUA_8je2A
Primary URL Description: The youtube channel for Columbia University (Columbia Learn) for sharing videos about teaching and learning within the university and around the world. The channel is curated by the Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning.
Secondary URL: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/che/center-news/living-and-learning
Secondary URL Description: Link to the video on the website of the Center on History and Education.
Access Model: open access
Format: Video


Steeple Salute
Grant details: CHA-264403-19
Title: Steeple Salute
Writer: Carrie Hagen
Director: Carrie Hagen
Producer: Barbara Hogue
Abstract: A salute to funders and community support of the restoration of the 1754 Christ Church Steeple
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/488672659
Format: Video


Preserving a National Historic Landmark
Grant details: CHA-268747-20
Title: Preserving a National Historic Landmark
Writer: Sarah Ditlinger
Director: Sarah Ditlinger
Producer: Media Production Division, University of Cincinnati
Producer: Taft Museum of Art
Abstract: The nine-minute video captures a year of behind the scenes work on a wooden 200-year-old historic house that is now the Taft Museum of Art. The video includes interviews with key stakeholders from the museum and from the experts who worked on the project.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://www.taftmuseum.org/exhibitions/landmark
Access Model: Open access, available on the museum's website
Format: Video


Reyna Grande at OCTC
Grant details: CZ-50266-12
Title: Reyna Grande at OCTC
Writer: Reyna Grande
Director: OCTC TV
Producer: OCTC TV
Abstract: Recording of Reyna Grande's visit to OCTC March 26, 2013
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://mms:\\legacy.owensboro.kctcs.edu\Reyna_Grande
Format: Digital File


OA Books Workout - Episode 5
Grant details: DR-272616-20
Title: OA Books Workout - Episode 5
Writer: Whitney Trettien
Director: Jeroen Sondervan
Producer: Jeroen Sondervan
Abstract: Discussion with author Whitney Trettien on the background and sources of her "Cut/Copy/Paste" project and the process of adding these sources to the digital edition of the book.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkrtqyzTzDQ
Primary URL Description: Link to the full discussion on Youtube.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web


Hypertext: an Educational Experiment in English and Computer Science at Brown University
Grant details: EH-10520-75
Title: Hypertext: an Educational Experiment in English and Computer Science at Brown University
Writer: Andries van Dam
Writer: Robert Scholes
Director: Andries van Dam
Abstract: Hypertext: an Educational Experiment in English and Computer Science at Brown University is a documentary film from 1976 made by Brown University computer scientist Andries "Andy" van Dam. The film was funded by a 1974 grant provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities to support "an experimental program to teach a college-level English poetry course, utilizing a new form of computer based 'manuscript,' called a hypertext." The Hypertext system used in the film is called FRESS and was developed by Andy van Dam, Carol Chomsky, Richard Harrington, and others based on the hypertext idea developed by Theodor Nelson. The Hypertext poetry class described in the film was conducted by Jim Catano, Carol Chomsky, Nancy Comley, and Robert Scholes. Film production was done by Michael Silverman, Bill Gallery, and Peter O'Neill.
Year: 1976
Primary URL: https://archive.org/details/AndyVanDamHypertextFilm
Primary URL Description: Copy of the film in the Internet Archive
Access Model: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
Format: Film
Format: Digital File


"Soul of Zora" Quilt Exhibition with Artist Marla Jackson
Grant details: EH-272538-20
Title: "Soul of Zora" Quilt Exhibition with Artist Marla Jackson
Writer: Christopher Peace
Director: Christopher Peace
Director: Ashley Simmons
Producer: Ayesha Hardison
Producer: Maryemma Graham
Abstract: Interview with Lawrence, KS textile artist Marla Jackson. Part of “Hurston on the Horizon: Past, Present, and Future” NEH Summer Institute:
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://mediahub.ku.edu/media/t/1_pucmqn0q
Format: Web


Transcendentalism and Social Reform: Activism and Community Engagement in the Age of Thoreau
Grant details: EH-281187-21
Title: Transcendentalism and Social Reform: Activism and Community Engagement in the Age of Thoreau
Writer: all interviewees and Bermudez
Director: Magdalena Bermudez
Producer: Magdalena Bermudez
Abstract: This film provides interviews with participants, faculty, and directors of this two-week Summer Institute that took place from June 26 through July 9 in Concord, Massachusetts.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://www.thoreausociety.org
Primary URL Description: The Thoreau Society
Secondary URL: https://nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DCzZqbEa_FnI&data=05%7C01%7Cshp2%40psu.edu%7C1e9ce8152b534a32d07e08daeb58179d%7C7cf48d453ddb4389a9c1c115526eb52e%7C0%7C0%7C638081062018823727%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbG
Secondary URL Description: Thoreau Society's Youtube channel
Access Model: yes, open access at www.thoreausociety.org
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


L’Alhambra, forteresse méditerranéenne
Grant details: EH-50442-14
Title: L’Alhambra, forteresse méditerranéenne
Writer: D F Ruggles (interviewed)
Producer: RMC Productions and Kwanza
Abstract: A filmed interview about the Alhambra palace for a French television documentary, which aired in 2o21.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.linternaute.com/television/documentaire-l-alhambra-forteresse-mediterraneenne-p5330738/
Primary URL Description: web address of the television program
Access Model: on French public television
Format: Film


Some Characteristics of Colonial American Newspapers
Grant details: ES-267131-19
Title: Some Characteristics of Colonial American Newspapers
Writer: Vincent Golden
Director: James David Moran
Producer: Nathan Fiske
Abstract: In this video conversation, Vincent Golden, the curator of newspapers and periodicals at the American Antiquarian Society, talks about how colonial American printers gathered, printed, and distributed the news. View images of items featured in the video at: https://www.americanantiquarian.org/some-characteristics-colonial-american-newspapers-0
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/xIGEIGDAcig
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


The Format of Colonial American Newspapers
Grant details: ES-267131-19
Title: The Format of Colonial American Newspapers
Writer: Vincent Golden
Director: James David Moran
Producer: Nathan Fiske
Abstract: Vincent Golden, curator of newspapers and periodicals at the American Antiquarian Society, discusses the size, format, and features of early American newspapers.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.americanantiquarian.org/format-colonial-american-newspapers
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


Printmaking in 18th Century America
Grant details: ES-267131-19
Title: Printmaking in 18th Century America
Writer: Lauren B. Hewes
Director: James David Moran
Producer: Nathan Fiske
Abstract: In this video, Lauren Hewes, the Society’s vice president for collections, introduces several types of 18th-century paper ephemera that include pictorial design elements. Broadsides, trade cards, and billheads are among the types of ephemera featured.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.americanantiquarian.org/printmaking-eighteenth-century
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


American Broadsides and Ephemera Before 1800
Grant details: ES-267131-19
Title: American Broadsides and Ephemera Before 1800
Writer: Lauren Hewes
Director: James David Moran
Producer: Nathan Fiske
Abstract: In this video, Lauren Hewes, the Society’s vice president for collections, introduces several types of eighteenth-century paper ephemera that include pictorial design elements. Broadsides, trade cards, and billheads are among the types of ephemera featured.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/XG2G3szTaTY
Primary URL Description: AAS YouTube channel
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


The Who and What of American Print Culture in the 1700s
Grant details: ES-267131-19
Title: The Who and What of American Print Culture in the 1700s
Writer: Elizabeth Watts Pope
Director: James David Moran
Producer: Nathan Fiske
Abstract: In this video, Elizabeth Watts Pope, the Society’s curator of books and digital collections, introduces who was involved in American colonial printing and what kinds of materials they produced.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEm6aMGoGWs
Primary URL Description: AAS YouTube channel
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


The When and Where of American Print Culture in the 1700s
Grant details: ES-267131-19
Title: The When and Where of American Print Culture in the 1700s
Writer: Elizabeth Watts Pope
Director: James David Moran
Producer: Nathan Fiske
Abstract: In this video, Elizabeth Watts Pope, the Society’s curator of books and digital collections, introduces when and where printing began in colonial America and how it developed over the course of the eighteenth century.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQ4oB9ANPr8
Primary URL Description: AAS YouTube channel
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


Isaiah Thomas's Printing Press
Grant details: ES-267131-19
Title: Isaiah Thomas's Printing Press
Writer: James David Moran
Director: James David Moran
Producer: Nathan Fiske
Abstract: Jim Moran, AAS vice president for programs and outreach, introduces Isaiah Thomas's eighteenth-century printing press used to print the first eyewitness account of the Battles of Lexington and Concord.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLUq2l6CtpY
Primary URL Description: AAS YouTube Channel
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video
Format: Web


Slavery and Stories of Emancipation
Grant details: ES-267191-19
Title: Slavery and Stories of Emancipation
Writer: ACWM Institute Staff
Abstract: Content created as a result of the Institution.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYzAcitKyMs
Format: Video


Historic African American Cemeteries in Richmond, VA
Grant details: ES-267191-19
Title: Historic African American Cemeteries in Richmond, VA
Writer: ACWM Institute Staff
Producer: ACWM Institute Staff
Abstract: Resource video prepared for the Institute participants.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhqTkrH8ogo
Format: Video


Hollywood Cemetery: Treatment of Post-War Confederate Dead
Grant details: ES-267191-19
Title: Hollywood Cemetery: Treatment of Post-War Confederate Dead
Writer: ACWM Institute Staff
Abstract: Historic video for Institute participants.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYzAcitKyMs
Format: Video


DiscoverArchaeology Webinar
Grant details: ES-281200-21
Title: DiscoverArchaeology Webinar
Writer: N/A
Director: Susan Ryan
Producer: Tayler Hasbrouck
Abstract: Discover Archaeology Webinar on place-based, experiential education featuring Dr. Josie Chang-Order (our K-12 Leader) and Dr. Elaine Franklin. Web address: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wt0yWQK70fU
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wt0yWQK70fU
Primary URL Description: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center YouTube Channel
Access Model: Open Access on the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center YouTube Channel
Format: Digital File


Crow Canyon Annual Meeting Featuring a 2022 NEH Institute Summary
Grant details: ES-281200-21
Title: Crow Canyon Annual Meeting Featuring a 2022 NEH Institute Summary
Writer: Susan Ryan
Director: Susan Ryan
Producer: Susan Ryan
Abstract: A summary of the 2022 K-12 NEH Institute provided during Crow Canyon's 2022 Annual Meeting.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq7zve42-0Q
Access Model: Open Access on the Crow Canyon YouTube Channel
Format: Digital File


The Godmother of Rock & Roll: Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Grant details: FA-51517-05
Title: The Godmother of Rock & Roll: Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Writer: Gayle Wald
Director: Mick Csaky
Producer: Mick Csaky
Abstract: A biopic of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, based largely on the book "Shout, Sister, Shout!" [Gayle Wald is listed as editorial consultant.]
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00xf8k7
Primary URL Description: Aired on BBC4.
Secondary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWB_1OBWskU
Secondary URL Description: YouTube version (not licensed)
Format: Film


História Ambiental - Globo Universidade
Grant details: FB-55007-10
Title: História Ambiental - Globo Universidade
Writer: Alexandre do Santos
Director: Alice-Maria
Producer: Carlos Henrique Schroeder
Abstract: The NEH-funded research on Guanabara Bay was the subject for a 30 minute episode of the program Globo Universidade, a widely respected program in the most important broadcast channel in Brazil. Using Guanabara Bay as the main topic, the program discusses the development of environmental history in Brazil, with interviews with Prof. Lise Sedrez and other scholars and students. Full credit is given to NEH during the program.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://redeglobo.globo.com/videos/globouniversidade/v/historia-ambiental-integra/1632622/
Primary URL Description: URL where the program is archived by TV Globo, with free access.
Secondary URL: http://globocidadania.com.br
Secondary URL Description: URL for contact with the division at TV Globo which is responsible for the program Globo Ecologia.
Access Model: Open access.
Format: Video
Format: Web


The Prince of Jockeys
Grant details: FB-55912-11
Title: The Prince of Jockeys
Writer: Colin Mayfield
Abstract: In part with Black History Month, the Kentucky Derby Museum will open a new exhibit about one of the best jockeys in history.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.wlky.com/news/kentucky-derby-museum-holds-exhibit-for-famous-africanamerican-jockey/31118640
Format: Web


The Prince of Jockeys
Grant details: FB-55912-11
Title: The Prince of Jockeys
Writer: Steve Kraske and Jennie Whitty
Abstract: After nearly 120 years, jockey Issac Burns Murphy's winning record is still the highest in American horse racing history. Though he won three Kentucky Derbies and set numerous records throughout his career, Murphy had to deal with the harsh reality of being black in the still deeply segregated South. On this edition of Up to Date Pellom McDaniels III talks with Steve Kraske about his new biography of "The Prince of Jockeys" whose life and career spanned the Civil War, Reconstruction, and Jim Crow. Guest: Pellom Mc Daniels III is an Assistant Professor of African American Studies at Emory University and the author of The Prince of Jockeys: The Life of Isaac Burns Murphy.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://kcur.org/post/issac-burns-murphy-prince-jockeys-0
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


MIME and Other Digital Experimentations with Medieval Islamic Maps
Grant details: FB-57108-13
Title: MIME and Other Digital Experimentations with Medieval Islamic Maps
Writer: Karen Pinto
Director: Digital Islamic Humanities, Brown University
Producer: Elias Muhanna
Abstract: I have spent the last two decades studying medieval and early modern Islamic maps in depth. These studies involved extensive on-site visits to manuscript libraries through which I collected thousands of images of medieval Islamic maps ranging in date from the eleventh century to the nineteenth. The sheer number of these extant maps tells us, at least from the thirteenth century onwards when copies of these map-manuscripts begin to proliferate, that the world was a much-depicted place. It loomed large in the medieval Muslim imagination. It was pondered, discussed, and copied with minor and major variations again and again, and all with what seems to be a peculiar idiosyncrasy to modern eyes: the cartographers did not strive for mimesis (imitation of the real world). They did not show irregular coastlines even though some of the geographers whose work includes these maps openly acknowledge that the landmasses and their coastlines are uneven. They present instead a deliberately schematic layout of the world and the regions that comprised the Islamic empire that can be best described as “carto-ideographs.” I started a digital project called MIME—Medieval Islamic Maps Encyclopedia—to place these maps on an interactive CD and online web-based format in order to make this rich resource available to scholars, students, and the general public. The mainstay of MIME are the maps found in the manuscripts of al-I??akhri, Ibn ?awqal, and al-Muqaddasi—also known as the “Islamic Atlas.” The aim of MIME is to decode the place and space matrix on these carto-ideographs so that anyone, with or without Arabic, can browse them and understand how medieval Muslim cartographic artists and their patrons perceived their world.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://islamichumanities.org/conference-2015/
Primary URL Description: Scroll down to Session 3
Secondary URL: http://youtu.be/rkZe3galDUY
Secondary URL Description: Youtube link
Access Model: OA
Format: Video
Format: Web


Sartre in Quarantine
Grant details: FEL-258056-18
Title: Sartre in Quarantine
Writer: François Noudelmann
Director: François Noudelmann
Producer: Maison Française at NYU
Abstract: A conversation about Sartre with Denis Hollier and François Noudelmann at the Maison Française at NYU.
Year: 2020
Access Model: available on Youtube
Format: Web


Alfred Preis: Roofing as Motif in Hawaiian Architecture
Grant details: FEL-262343-19
Title: Alfred Preis: Roofing as Motif in Hawaiian Architecture
Writer: Laura McGuire
Director: Laura McGuire
Director: Timothy Schuler
Producer: ThinkTech Hawaii
Abstract: Regional Hawaiian Modernism In this episode of Human(e) Architecture, we will be discussing the concept of the roof in Alfred Preis’ mid century architecture and the historical context for his designs, which are based in the Hawaiian hale and Chinese roofs. The host for this episode is Laura McGuire. The guest for this episode is Timothy Schuler.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://thinktechhawaii.com/alfred-preis-roofing-as-motif-in-hawaiian-architecture-humane-architecture/
Primary URL Description: Regional Hawaiian Modernism In this episode of Human(e) Architecture, we will be discussing the concept of the roof in Alfred Preis’ mid century architecture and the historical context for his designs, which are based in the Hawaiian hale and Chinese roofs. The host for this episode is Laura McGuire. The guest for this episode is Timothy Schuler.
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Web


Alfred Preis and the Veteran's Village in Palolo Valley (Docomomo Hawaii)
Grant details: FEL-262343-19
Title: Alfred Preis and the Veteran's Village in Palolo Valley (Docomomo Hawaii)
Writer: Laura McGuire
Director: Laura McGuire
Producer: ThinkTech Hawaii
Abstract: This episode of Humane Architecture discusses the Veterans Village housing development designed from 1947-1951 by Alfred Preis and the lessons that cooperative housing projects may have for our current Hawaii housing crisis today.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOwB3HBXuU8
Primary URL Description: This episode of Humane Architecture discusses the Veterans Village housing development designed from 1947-1951 by Alfred Preis and the lessons that cooperative housing projects may have for our current Hawaii housing crisis today.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web


Humanities Radio: Dr. Sophia Kleegman
Grant details: FEL-267498-20
Title: Humanities Radio: Dr. Sophia Kleegman
Writer: Robin E. Jensen
Director: Jana Cunningham
Producer: University of Utah College of Humanities
Abstract: In celebration of Women’s History Month, Robin Jensen, professor of communication, discusses her research on Sophia Kleegman. Relatively unknown, Kleegman was the first woman appointed to the New York University College of Medicine faculty of obstetrics and gynecology in 1929 and was a pioneer in fertility medicine. Her patient-centric approach and controversial views helped change the way the medical community approached reproductive health.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://humanities.utah.edu/humanitiesradio/season3.php
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


The Bridge
Grant details: FEL-273424-21
Title: The Bridge
Writer: Kamoso Bertrand, Mulki Mohammed Ali, Adam Mohammed Bashar, Chouchou Gomez
Director: Kamoso Bertrand
Producer: Laura Kunreuther
Abstract: The Bridge depicts the daily life and work challenges of two fictive refugee interpreters working in an humanitarian organization. The story and scenarios in the film are based on 8 months of ethnographic research findings gleaned through interviews and focus group discussions with current interpreters. The film represents interpreters as subjects – moving, feeling, socially situated persons – who become the infrastructural possibility of humanitarian work.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/776066778
Format: Film


The State of Equality: Wyoming Women Get the Vote
Grant details: FT-254705-17
Title: The State of Equality: Wyoming Women Get the Vote
Writer: Wyoming PBS
Director: Wyoming PBS
Producer: Wyoming PBS
Abstract: On December 10th, 1869 the territory of Wyoming ratified into law the right for women to vote. Stories abound across the state regarding the reasons why Wyoming women were granted the right to vote 150 years ago. Was it a question of statehood; or did citizens respect the vital role women played in ranching, farming, community, business and family rearing; or did it have to do with a tie breaking vote by a controversial brothel owner from South Pass City? These are all questions that WyomingPBS, in partnership with Caldera Productions, address in “The State of Equality.”
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neHJl0jH9zA&feature=emb_title
Primary URL Description: The link is to the documentary that features me as one of the historians.
Format: Video
Format: Digital File


12 Women Who Shaped America: 1619 to 1920
Grant details: FT-254705-17
Title: 12 Women Who Shaped America: 1619 to 1920
Writer: Allison Lange
Director: N/A
Producer: Wondrium
Abstract: Too often, historical narratives overlook the contributions of women. Museums, documentaries, historical sites, and even textbooks omit essential parts of the whole because they leave out her story. Join Allison K. Lange, historian and professor, as she guides you through the fascinating lives of 12 early Americans in 12 Women Who Shaped America: 1619 to 1920 and shares their stories which are crucial to a better understanding of American history. With a deft talent for bringing history to life, Allison explores the complex and often controversial lives of these American women who shaped the United States as we know it today.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.wondrium.com/12-women-who-shaped-america-1619-to-1920
Primary URL Description: Wondrium home page for this series
Access Model: Subscription
Format: DVD
Format: Web


Visual Culture of Women’s Suffrage
Grant details: FT-254705-17
Title: Visual Culture of Women’s Suffrage
Writer: Allison Lange
Director: N/A
Producer: C-SPAN American History TV
Abstract: Wentworth Institute of Technology professor Allison Lange taught a class about the Women’s Suffrage Movement. Professor Lange drew from her book, Picturing Political Power, to describe how women’s voting rights activists and their opponents used images to support their causes. This class was part of a National Endowment for the Humanities institute for college and university teachers hosted by the City University of New York Graduate Center.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.c-span.org/video/?514829-1/womens-suffrage-movement
Primary URL Description: URL for video
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web


And Nothing Less: The Untold Stories of Women’s Fight for the Vote
Grant details: FT-254705-17
Title: And Nothing Less: The Untold Stories of Women’s Fight for the Vote
Writer: N/A
Director: N/A
Producer: PRX and the U.S. Congress’s Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission
Abstract: "Men their rights and nothing more; women their rights and nothing less.” Written by suffragists Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, women’s rights activists used this rallying cry to demand voting equality. But the suffrage movement included far more voices and perspectives than these two well-known names: throughout the fight for women’s right to vote, generations of diverse activists demanded full access to the ballot box. Hosts Rosario Dawson and Retta guide us through this seven-part series, bringing us the stories we didn’t learn in our history books. And Nothing Less is a production of the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, the National Park Service, and PRX. It is the official podcast commemorating 100 years of the 19th Amendment and women's constitutional right to vote.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://open.spotify.com/show/2QAZrj5tRPstkvixfBEs7o
Primary URL Description: Spotify page for podcast
Access Model: Open access podcast
Format: Other


"Quick to the Party: Southern Jews and the Americanization of Hanukkah"
Grant details: FT-51453-03
Title: "Quick to the Party: Southern Jews and the Americanization of Hanukkah"
Writer: Dianne Ashton
Abstract: Southern Jews played important roles in transforming Hanukkah into a holiday suited to the American December holiday season.
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://www.loc.gov
Primary URL Description: lecture given at Library of Congress
Format: Web


Philadelphia: The Great Experiment.
Grant details: FT-57540-10
Title: Philadelphia: The Great Experiment.
Writer: Phil Katz
Director: Sam Katz
Producer: Sam Katz
Abstract: A 30-minute documentary on the history of Philadelphia. Emilie Davis is discussed during the section on Abraham Lincoln and the free black community.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.historyofphilly.com/media.html
Access Model: purchase only
Format: Film


'Dangerous Earth': Lightning, Episode 3 of 6
Grant details: FZ-231520-15
Title: 'Dangerous Earth': Lightning, Episode 3 of 6
Writer: Eileen Inkson and Helen Czerski
Director: Eileen Inkson
Producer: Eileen Inkson
Abstract: Dr. Helen Czerski examines the hottest natural phenomena on the planet - lightning. Bolts of lightning five times hotter than the surface of the sun strike our planet over 3 million times every day - and yet we still know little about this deadly force of nature. I was interviewed about the history of specialist photography and talked about it has been used to reveal how lightning travels through the air, how high-speed cameras are unlocking the secrets of upward lightning that's triggered by our urban landscapes, and how scientific expeditions are capturing rare images of intense electrical discharges over 80 kilometres wide.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b083dgt5
Format: Other


Unladylike 2020: PBS American Masters short documentary
Grant details: FZ-250440-16
Title: Unladylike 2020: PBS American Masters short documentary
Writer: Sandra Rattley and Charlotte Mangin
Director: Charlotte Mangin
Abstract: Julia Flynn Siler was an on-air expert for two of the short documentaries about unsung American Women. The documentary on Tye Leung Schulze related directly to the NEH-supported book, The White Devil's Daughters. The other was on Queen Lili'uokalani of Hawaii, which grew out of the book, Lost Kingdom.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://unladylike2020.com/
Secondary URL: https://unladylike2020.com/watch/
Access Model: open access
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


A Resurgence of the Mother Road: Revitalizing Route 66
Grant details: FZ-250483-17
Title: A Resurgence of the Mother Road: Revitalizing Route 66
Writer: Jeffrey Brown
Producer: Jeffrey Brown
Abstract: I am interviewed in front of a Green Book site in Los Angeles' Skid Row district
Year: 2016


Abandoned
Grant details: FZ-250483-17
Title: Abandoned
Writer: Rick McCrank (host)
Producer: Viceland TV
Abstract: I take the hosts of the show to Springfield, Missouri to tour a Green Book site and a drive-through cave on Route 66 that was once operated by the Ku Klux Klan.
Year: 2016
Format: Film


Sylvia Plath: Life Inside the Bell Jar
Grant details: FZ-256501-17
Title: Sylvia Plath: Life Inside the Bell Jar
Writer: No writer
Director: Teresa Griffiths
Producer: Tim Kendall
Abstract: Fact and fiction in the summer of 1953 and Sylvia Plath's novel The Bell Jar.
Year: 2018
Access Model: They are working on this.


TV interview
Grant details: FZ-261493-18
Title: TV interview
Writer: Tim Harfmann
Director: Julie Byrne
Producer: Tim Harfmann
Abstract: Interviewed for NET-TV about NEH Public Scholars grant project, September 18, 2018.
Year: 2018
Format: Other


Chasing the Moon [show prizes]
Grant details: GA-254210-17
Title: Chasing the Moon
Writer: Robert Stone
Director: Robert Stone
Producer: Mark Samels
Abstract: “Chasing the Moon,” a film by Robert Stone, reimagines the race to the moon for a new generation, upending much of the conventional mythology surrounding the effort.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/chasing-moon/#film_description
Primary URL Description: PBS
Access Model: open
Format: Film
Format: DVD
Format: Web


Online films
Grant details: GA-274065-20
Title: Online films
Writer: Dakota Russell
Writer: Cally Steussy
Director: Dakota Russell
Director: Cally Steussy
Producer: Dakota Russell
Producer: Cally Steussy
Abstract: In addition to videos prepared specifically for the virtual pilgrimage and virtual tours, staff prepared and produced four videos, including a special holiday video for Japanese American Memorial Pilgrimages as a follow-up to the virtual pilgrimage. Content for a fifth video was researched and scripted and ready for recording by the end of the grant period. All videos were uploaded to the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1v_l88Yy1i7Ly-RxfodLcQ
Primary URL Description: Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation YouTube channel.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Edith Wharton and The Mount (Audio Tour)
Grant details: GA-274355-20
Title: Edith Wharton and The Mount (Audio Tour)
Writer: Anne K. Schuyler, Nick Hudson and Michelle dempsey
Producer: Anne K. Schuyler, Nick Hudson, and Michelle Dempsey
Abstract: This Mount's audio tour is designed to increase options for experiencing The Mount, especially during the pandemic when guided tours were not allowed. The audio tour was provided on the OnCell mobile application and The Mount's website.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://themount.stqry.app/
Primary URL Description: This URL provides a link on The Mount's website for the audio tour.
Secondary URL Description: The OnCell application is available from Ap Stores.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Other


Glimpses of The Mount
Grant details: GA-274355-20
Title: Glimpses of The Mount
Writer: Nick Hudson
Writer: Patricia Pin
Director: Robert Oakes
Producer: Nick Hudson
Producer: Robert Oakes
Abstract: These are a series of short videos designed during COVID to give our online audience access to The Mount house and grounds along with providing historical context for Wharton's life at The Mount and in The Berkshires.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.edithwharton.org/discover/glimpses-of-the-mount/
Primary URL Description: This link is on The Mount's website.
Format: Digital File


Past Programs
Grant details: GA-274355-20
Title: Past Programs
Writer: Various
Director: Various
Producer: Various
Abstract: As we shifted to live on-line programs duirng the Pandemic, we kept recordings so that a wider audience could share in these programs.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.edithwharton.org/calendar/past-programs/
Primary URL Description: This is a link to Past Programs on The Mount website. Because this section is still under construction, it does not yet include all recorded programs. This is part of The Mount's website re-design.
Secondary URL: https://vimeo.com/themountlenox
Secondary URL Description: All our recorded programs are found at this URL connecting to The Mount's Vimeo folder. We are adding these to The Mount website.
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Digital File


I Remember When
Grant details: GA-276608-20
Title: I Remember When
Writer: Sally Cragin, writer of Artists and Ancestors
Writer: Susan Navarre
Director: Fitchburg Historical Society
Producer: Fitchburg Historical Society
Abstract: Thirty minute programs created from the documents, photos, research and interviews conducted by the Fitchburg Historical Society, covering the history and culture of Fitchburg, Massachusetts. The first season included coverage of: a newly-digitized version of a 40-minute film created in Fitchburg in 1941; music composed for Fitchburg as part of the 2000 millennium celebration by contemporary composer Barbara White; artist and museum founder Eleanor Norcross and educational innovation in her times; theatrical sketches of important historic personages from Fitchburg; modernist architecture of the 20th century; the experiences of Fitchburg's "Boy Mayor" Bill Flynn in 1970-73.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://videoplayer.telvue.com/player/yycCAZPb0NN3zj2o5qio-YFMNC43NjCG/playlists/8712?sequenceNumber=1&autostart=true&showtabssearch=false
Primary URL Description: Video on Demand: I Remember When, Fitchburg Access TV
Access Model: broadcast in Fitchburg area, available free on internet
Format: Web


A Walking Tour of St. Clair's Defeat / Battle of Fort Recovery Battlefield
Grant details: GE-261129-18
Title: A Walking Tour of St. Clair's Defeat / Battle of Fort Recovery Battlefield
Writer: Christine Thompson
Writer: Kevin C. Nolan
Director: Christine Thompson
Director: Kevin C. Nolan
Director: Bob Dawson
Producer: Bob Dawson
Abstract: This video is a 15-minute walking tour of the battlefield of St. Clair's Defeat and the Battle of Fort Recovery, located in Fort Recovery, Ohio. The video was shown at the virtual Ohio Tribal Nations Conference in October 2021.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0GyuCBwGsw
Primary URL Description: YouTube link for "A Walking Tour of St. Clair's Defeat / Battle of Fort Recovery Battlefield"
Format: Web


The Story of a Brown Cotton Seed
Grant details: GE-269603-20
Title: The Story of a Brown Cotton Seed
Writer: Olivia Morgan
Writer: Paddy Bowman
Writer: Serge Billeaudeaux
Director: NA
Producer: Hilliard Art Museum
Abstract: Animation for children to learn about brown cotton from planting to harvest.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://thefabricofacadiana.org/watch/
Primary URL Description: Link to The Story of a Brown Cotton Seed animation
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web


Cleaning to Weaving
Grant details: GE-269603-20
Title: Cleaning to Weaving
Writer: Leah Graeff
Director: Leah Graeff
Producer: Hilliard Art Museum
Abstract: Silent video demonstrating the processing of brown cotton from cleaning to weaving.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://thefabricofacadiana.org/look/
Primary URL Description: Link to "Cleaning to Weaving" video
Access Model: open access
Format: Web


The Forbes House Mansion was built with opium money. Now, an exhibit reckons with Boston's lesser known history.
Grant details: GE-278308-21
Title: The Forbes House Mansion was built with opium money. Now, an exhibit reckons with Boston's lesser known history.
Writer: Martha Biebinger
Director: Barbara Silberman
Producer: NPR
Abstract: This broadcast highlights the role of New England opium traders including the Forbes family and connects the trade to other Boston history.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://https://www.wbur.org/news/2022/04/27/forbes-house-museum-opium-boston
Primary URL Description: WBUR/NPR website
Access Model: Radio -Station WBUR


Varied media coverage of Clarissa Uprooted (TV, radio, online & print articles)
Grant details: GE-280587-21
Title: Varied media coverage of Clarissa Uprooted (TV, radio, online & print articles)
Writer: various authors
Director: various
Producer: various platforms
Abstract: Media coverage of Clarissa Uprooted from 2021-22 has been significant. See supporting materials for list with links.
Year: 2022
Access Model: Open access (w/ exception of some newspapers)
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web
Format: Other


Shared Stories: A Pilot Play
Grant details: GE-50536-11
Title: Shared Stories: A Pilot Play
Writer: Linda Daugherty
Director: Nancy Schaeffer
Producer: The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Abstract: A video recording of Shared Stories: A Pilot Play performance at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. The presentation took place on Thursday, May 17, 2012.
Year: 2012
Format: Video


Scranton in the Popular Imagination Panel
Grant details: GG-280428-21
Title: Scranton in the Popular Imagination Panel
Writer: Julie Schumacher Cohen
Director: Julie Schumacher Cohen
Abstract: This is a recording of the first public event of the project. Scranton in the Popular Imagination with keynote speaker Jay Parini and local panelists Joe Kraus, Glynis Johns and Maria MacDonald.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlqWEVdIKlU&t=2s
Primary URL Description: You Tube video recording
Format: Other


The 1902 Anthracite Strike: Causes and Consequences, A 120th Anniversary Evaluation
Grant details: GG-280428-21
Title: The 1902 Anthracite Strike: Causes and Consequences, A 120th Anniversary Evaluation
Writer: Bob Wolensky and Melissa Meade
Director: ECTV
Producer: ECTV
Abstract: “The 1902 Anthracite Strike: Causes and Consequences, A 120th Anniversary Evaluation,” 9/8/22 This keynote lecture featured Dr. Bob Wolensky, sociologist and anthracite historian, with panel respondent, Dr. Melissa Meade on, “The 1902 Anthracite Strike: Causes and Consequences, A 120th Anniversary Evaluation.” This event took place at the Lackawanna County Courthouse on Sept. 8 at 5:30 p.m. This event is part of the Scranton’s Story, Our Nation’s Story project, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities on the theme, “From the Industrial Revolution to Act 47 and Beyond.”
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy8R4pBOh8g&t=5s
Primary URL Description: Event Recording posted on YouTube
Secondary URL: https://www.scranton.edu/scrantonstory/themes/industrial-revolution/the-1902-anthracite-strike-causes-and-consequences,-a-120th-anniversary-evaluation.html
Secondary URL Description: Recordings are also available via the project website: https://www.scranton.edu/scrantonstory/themes/industrial-revolution/the-1902-anthracite-strike-causes-and-consequences,-a-120th-anniversary-evaluation.html
Access Model: Open
Format: Video
Format: Web


Humanities Lecture "Freedom and Our Founding: What do they mean for us today?"
Grant details: GG-280428-21
Title: Humanities Lecture "Freedom and Our Founding: What do they mean for us today?"
Writer: Annalien de Dijn, Aziz Rana, Matt Mayer, Dave Dzurec
Director: Recorded via Zoom
Producer: Recorded via Zoom
Abstract: This Humanities Lecture & Audience Q&A on “Freedom and Our Founding: What do they mean for us today?" featured distinguished scholars Annelien de Dijn and Aziz Rana. This event took place via Zoom webinar with a University of Scranton watch party on Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 5 pm. This event is a part of "The U.S. Citizen and the American Founding," the second theme in the "Scranton's Story, Our Nation's Story" project led by The University of Scranton with community-partners supported in part by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. For more information on this event and project, please visit www.scranton.edu/scrantonstory Speakers: Annelien de Dijn, Professor of Modern Political History and section chair of the Political History Department, Utrecht University, and author of “Freedom: An Unruly History” Aziz F. Rana, Richard and Lois Cole Professor of Law, Cornell Law School, and author of The Two Faces of American Freedom This lecture focused on the evolution of the concept of freedom, how it has been understood and interpreted by the founders of our nation, and what this means for our democracy as we approach our nation’s 250th anniversary.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmOY_9lMkdg
Primary URL Description: YouTube
Secondary URL: https://www.scranton.edu/scrantonstory/themes/us-citizen-american-founding/humanities-lecture-freedom-and-our-founding.html
Secondary URL Description: Project website
Access Model: Open
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Removal and the Right to Remain in the United States, Humanities Discussion with Samantha Seeley
Grant details: GG-280428-21
Title: Removal and the Right to Remain in the United States, Humanities Discussion with Samantha Seeley
Writer: Samantha Seeley
Director: ECTV recorded
Producer: ECTV recorded
Abstract: This Humanities Discussion event, "Removal and the Right to Remain in the United States" featured speaker Samantha Seeley and took place on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, at 5 pm in the Henkelman Room at the Albright Memorial Library in Scranton, PA, as a part of the "Scranton's Story, Our Nation's Story" project led by The University of Scranton with community partners. Samantha Seeley, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Richmond. Her book, Race, Removal, and the Right to Remain: Migration and the Making of the Early United States, highlights early efforts at U.S. nation building and the use of migration to construct a white republic. Situating the struggles of Native and Black Americans into the larger story of the early U.S, Seeley argues for a more inclusive way to tell the story of forced removal and its implications on early U.S. statehood. This event is a part of the "Scranton's Story, Our Nation's Story" project's third theme, Indigenous History of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu095NRx8kg
Primary URL Description: You Tube
Secondary URL: https://www.scranton.edu/scrantonstory/themes/indigenous-history-of-nepa/removal-and-the-right-to-remain-in-the-united-states.html
Secondary URL Description: Project Website
Access Model: OPEN
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Curtis Zunigha, keynote lecture on Forced Removal of the Lenape People: History and Homecoming
Grant details: GG-280428-21
Title: Curtis Zunigha, keynote lecture on Forced Removal of the Lenape People: History and Homecoming
Writer: Curtis Zunigha
Director: Curtis Zunigha
Producer: Curtis Zunigha
Abstract: On Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. Curtis Zunigha, enrolled member of the Delaware Tribe of Indians (Oklahoma) and co-founder/co-director of the Lenape Center in New York, offered a public keynote lecture on Forced Removal of the Lenape People: History and Homecoming in the DeNaples Ballroom of The University of Scranton. Zunigha shared his experience and mission to heal the wounds of forced removal and colonization and his desire is to restore the circle of friendship, respect, and shared occupancy. This lecture is part of the Scranton’s Story, Our Nation’s Story initiative funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and supported by a grant through the Office of Equity and Diversity. This visit is organized by the University of Scranton Office of Community Relations and the Scranton’s Story, Our Nation’s Story initiative, the Office of Equity and Diversity, and the History Department. Last year, the University adopted a land acknowledgement statement which includes the Lenape as among those Indigenous peoples for whom Northeastern PA is their ancestral homeland: The University of Scranton acknowledges the original inhabitants and nations of this land: the Lenape, the Munsee, the Shawnee and the Susquehannocks. May we be ever mindful of their legacy and contributions and commit ourselves to stewarding this land with care and compassion as we navigate our communities towards faith and justice. Zunigha’s lecture is aimed at fostering deeper learning and engagement in ways that honor Indigenous peoples and cultures and the history and ongoing legacy and impact of colonialism.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnlfnnddwWU
Primary URL Description: On Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. Curtis Zunigha, enrolled member of the Delaware Tribe of Indians (Oklahoma) and co-founder/co-director of the Lenape Center in New York, offered a public keynote lecture on Forced Removal of the Lenape People: History and Homecoming in the DeNaples Ballroom of The University of Scranton. Zunigha shared his experience and mission to heal the wounds of forced removal and colonization and his desire is to restore the circle of friendship, respect, and shared occupancy. This lecture is part of the Scranton’s Story, Our Nation’s Story initiative funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and supported by a grant through the Office of Equity and Diversity. This visit is organized by the University of Scranton Office of Community Relations and the Scranton’s Story, Our Nation’s Story initiative, the Office of Equity and Diversity, and the History Department.
Access Model: open
Format: Video
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Mrs. Catherine Cornelieus from Smithfield Plantation: An Ex-Slave Narrative-panel show, WBRM
Grant details: GI-234952-16
Title: Mrs. Catherine Cornelieus from Smithfield Plantation: An Ex-Slave Narrative-panel show, WBRM
Writer: Catherine Cornelius
Director: Julie Rose
Director: Kevin McQuarn
Producer: Fantom Light Productions
Producer: Kevin McQuarn
Abstract: In conjunction with our opening reception, there was a screening of a custom made film, featuring a one-woman performance by Judy Whitney Davis of the Ex-Slave Narrative of Catherine Cornelius of Smithfield Plantation in West Baton Rouge Parish. The narrative was found in the Cammie G. Henry Research Center at the Northwestern State University Library. Fantom Light Productions recorded Ms. Davis' performance and produced a video that was used in the exhibit and will have a permanent home in the WBRM's historic Allendale Slave Cabin.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/dX9N0KkGaPc
Primary URL Description: Streaming access via YouTube
Access Model: in gallery; youtube
Format: Video
Format: DVD
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Landscape Film: Roberto Burle Marx
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Landscape Film: Roberto Burle Marx
Writer: N/A
Director: João Vargas Penna
Producer: André Carreira
Abstract: "This documentary takes a sensory journey through the art and life of the Brazilian landscape architect and painter best known for the iconic black-and-white mosaic promenades that line Rio’s Copacabana Beach. The film was part of a curated series at NYBG, developed in partnership with Cinema Tropical, that explores themes central to Roberto Burle Marx’s creative life and times."
Year: 2018
Primary URL: www.nybg.org
Primary URL Description: Main NYBG Website
Secondary URL: https://www.nybg.org/event/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-2/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-programs-2/film-series/
Secondary URL Description: Webpage with specific information about the Cinema Brasileiro Film Series with information about this specific film.
Access Model: Free with Garden Admission
Format: Film


This is Bossa Nova
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: This is Bossa Nova
Writer: N/A
Director: Paulo Thiago
Producer: Lucy Baretto
Producer: Luiz Carlos Baretto
Abstract: " 'This is Bossa Nova' presents a historical, musical, and informative look into the birth of bossa nova in the 1950s, following the movement to its peak in 1962 when it became a definitively international phenomenon after a Carnegie Hall concert in New York City. The film was part of a curated series at NYBG, developed in partnership with Cinema Tropical, that explores themes central to Roberto Burle Marx’s creative life and times."
Year: 2007
Primary URL: www.nybg.org
Primary URL Description: Main NYBG Website
Secondary URL: https://www.nybg.org/event/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-2/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-programs-2/film-series/
Secondary URL Description: Webpage with specific information about the Cinema Brasileiro Film Series with information about this specific film.
Access Model: Free with Garden Admission
Format: Film


Reaching for the Moon
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Reaching for the Moon
Writer: N/A
Director: Bruno Barreto
Producer: Lucy Baretto
Producer: Rômulo Marinho, Jr.
Producer: Paula Baretto
Producer: Penny Wolf
Abstract: "Director Bruno Barreto ("Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands") brings 1950s Rio de Janeiro to life in this beautifully drawn tale of poet Elizabeth Bishop and her tragic love affair with architect Lota de Macedo Soares, who designed Rio’s famed Flamengo Park and gave Roberto Burle Marx one of his first big commissions. The film was part of a curated series at NYBG, developed in partnership with Cinema Tropical, that explores themes central to Roberto Burle Marx’s creative life and times."
Year: 2013
Primary URL: www.nybg.org
Primary URL Description: Main NYBG Website
Secondary URL: https://www.nybg.org/event/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-2/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-programs-2/film-series/
Secondary URL Description: Webpage with specific information about the Cinema Brasileiro Film Series with information about this specific film.
Access Model: Free with Garden Admission
Format: Film


Vinicius
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Vinicius
Writer: N/A
Director: Miguel Faria, Jr.
Producer: Suzana de Moraes
Producer: Miguel Faria, Jr.
Producer: Tereza Gonzalez
Producer: Carlos Eduardo Rodrigues
Abstract: "Vinicius de Moraes (1913-1980) was a cultural force—a poet, playwright, film critic, songwriter, performer, and diplomat—and a man who married nine times! He co-wrote 'The Girl from Ipanema' and many other samba and bossa-nova standards. The film was part of a curated series at NYBG, developed in partnership with Cinema Tropical, that explores themes central to Roberto Burle Marx’s creative life and times."
Year: 2005
Primary URL: www.nybg.org
Primary URL Description: Main NYBG Website
Secondary URL: https://www.nybg.org/event/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-2/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-programs-2/film-series/
Secondary URL Description: Webpage with specific information about the Cinema Brasileiro Film Series with information about this specific film.
Access Model: Free with Garden Admission
Format: Film


That Man from Rio
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: That Man from Rio
Writer: N/A
Director: Philippe de Broca
Producer: Alexandre Mnouchkine
Producer: Georges Dancigers
Abstract: "An on-leave airman (John Paul Belmondo) gets mixed up in an international art heist and follows his kidnapped and drugged archeologist girl (Francoise Dorleac) from Paris to Brazil, improvising her rescue from possibly cultish thugs. The film was part of a curated series at NYBG, developed in partnership with Cinema Tropical, that explores themes central to Roberto Burle Marx’s creative life and times."
Year: 1968
Primary URL: http://www.nybg.org
Primary URL Description: Main NYBG Website
Secondary URL: https://www.nybg.org/event/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-2/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-programs-2/film-series/
Secondary URL Description: Webpage with specific information about the Cinema Brasileiro Film Series with information about this specific film.
Access Model: Free with Garden Admission
Format: Film


A Casa do Tom: Mundo, Monde, Mondo
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: A Casa do Tom: Mundo, Monde, Mondo
Writer: N/A
Director: Ana Jobim
Producer: Jacqueline Barbosa
Abstract: " 'All of my work is inspired by the Atlantic Forest,' said composer, pianist, songwriter, arranger and singer Antonio Carlos (“Tom”) Jobim. Sometimes called the George Gershwin of Brazil, he is the artist most responsible for turning bossa nova into a global sensation. The film was part of a curated series at NYBG, developed in partnership with Cinema Tropical, that explores themes central to Roberto Burle Marx’s creative life and times."
Year: 2007
Primary URL: http://www.nybg.org
Primary URL Description: Main NYBG Website
Secondary URL: https://www.nybg.org/event/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-2/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-programs-2/film-series/
Secondary URL Description: Webpage with specific information about the Cinema Brasileiro Film Series with information about this specific film.
Access Model: Free with Garden Admission
Format: Film


Templo Verde
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Templo Verde
Writer: N/A
Director: Luiz Eduardo Lerina
Producer: Luiz Eduardo Lerina
Abstract: "Templo Verde (Green Temple) has at its center a very special garden where thousands of plant species are sheltered, some endangered. The film was part of a curated series at NYBG, developed in partnership with Cinema Tropical, that explores themes central to Roberto Burle Marx’s creative life and times."
Year: 2019
Primary URL: www.nybg.org
Primary URL Description: Main NYBG Website
Secondary URL: https://www.nybg.org/event/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-2/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-programs-2/film-series/
Secondary URL Description: Webpage with specific information about the Cinema Brasileiro Film Series with information about this specific film.
Access Model: Free with Garden Admission
Format: Film


Margaret Mee and the Moonflower
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Margaret Mee and the Moonflower
Writer: N/A
Director: Malu de Martino
Producer: Elisa Tolomelli
Abstract: "Discover the work and legacy of botanical illustrator Margaret Mee in the documentary 'Margaret Mee and the Moonflower.' The film was part of a curated series at NYBG, developed in partnership with Cinema Tropical, that explores themes central to Roberto Burle Marx’s creative life and times."
Year: 2012
Primary URL: www.nybg.org
Primary URL Description: Main NYBG Website
Secondary URL: https://www.nybg.org/event/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-2/the-living-art-of-roberto-burle-marx-programs-2/film-series/
Secondary URL Description: Webpage with specific information about the Cinema Brasileiro Film Series with information about this specific film.
Access Model: Free with Garden Admission
Format: Film


Unpacking the Universe: The Making of an Exhibition
Grant details: GI-269686-20
Title: Unpacking the Universe: The Making of an Exhibition
Writer: Alexa Oona Schulz
Director: Agnes Stauber
Director: Alexa Oona Schulz
Producer: Agnes Stauber
Producer: Amanda Law
Abstract: Unpacking the Universe: The Making of an Exhibition is a documentary series that follows the six-year journey of LACMA’s curators Diana Magaloni and Julia Burtenshaw researching, developing, and installing The Portable Universe / El Universo en tus Manos. The series allows us to be transparent about how the team facilitated a collaborative process with the Arhuaco community in Colombia and curators at different institutions and kept this spirit of collaboration alive in the way the exhibition was installed. Among many topics, the documentary features scenes of breathtaking landscapes and archeological sites; conversations with Mamo Camilo Izquierdo and Jaison Perez Villafaña regarding the Arhuaco worldview and how this relates to contemporary social and environmental issues; and behind-the-scenes footage of preparing the exhibition, including new initiatives around museum stewardship of Indigenous works.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJy-HLfC3xxCue9_kM1GRNcnPEaNvi_aW
Primary URL Description: YouTube series link
Access Model: open access
Format: Web


Meet Rebecca VanDike Performance
Grant details: GI-269725-20
Title: Meet Rebecca VanDike Performance
Writer: Valerie Dunn
Producer: Veracity Studios
Abstract: The Museum commissioned writer Valerie Dunn to create "Meet Rebecca VanDike" an original first-person theatrical performance staring D’Arcy Dersham as VanDike. Four women of the VanDike family — Rebecca, Catherine, Ann, and Sarah — voted alongside each other in Montgomery Township in 1801. Rebecca VanDike's story and those of other voting women is part of the special exhibition "When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807." A discussion between Dr. Marcella Micucci and D’Arcy Dersham is also available about making, scripting, and performing "Meet Rebecca VanDike."
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.amrevmuseum.org/meet-rebecca-vandike-performance
Primary URL Description: The recording of "Meet Rebecca VanDike" and the behind the scenes video
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web


Remember the Ladies
Grant details: GI-269725-20
Title: Remember the Ladies
Writer: Melissa Dunphy
Abstract: The Museum hosted a live broadcast of new choral work, "Remember the Ladies" by Dr. Melissa Dunphy. In her commissioned work, Dr. Dunphy set excerpts of Abigail Adam's 1776 letter to her husband John imploring him to "Remember the Ladies" for a cappella mixed choir performed by PhilHarmonia. Adams’ “Remember the Ladies” letter is on loan for When Women Lost the Vote.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.amrevmuseum.org/remember-the-ladies-a-new-choral-work-by-melissa-dunphy
Primary URL Description: Website of the Museum of the American Revolution. The Museum uncovers and shares compelling stories about the diverse people and complex events that sparked America’s ongoing experiment in liberty, equality, and self-government.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web


Meet Elizabeth Freeman
Grant details: GI-269725-20
Title: Meet Elizabeth Freeman
Writer: Theresa Miller
Abstract: The Museum commissioned writer Theresa Miller to create "Meet Elizabeth Freeman" an original first-person theatrical performance staring Tiffany Bacon as Freeman. Elizabeth Freeman or “Mumbet” was an enslaved woman in Massachusetts who sued for her own freedom in 1781 and won. She later told novelist Catherine Sedgwick that the Declaration of Independence had inspired her to do so. A discussion between the Museum’s Visitor Engagement Supervisor Meg Bowersox, actress Tiffany Bacon, and writer Teresa Miller is also available about making, scripting, and performing "Meet Rebecca VanDike."
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://https://www.amrevmuseum.org/meet-elizabeth-freeman-performance
Primary URL Description: Website of the Museum of the American Revolution.
Access Model: open access
Format: Web


Pint-Size Prohibition
Grant details: GI-271499-20
Title: Pint-Size Prohibition
Writer: Kayla Chenault, Dean Nasreddine
Director: Kayla Chenault, Dean Nasreddine
Producer: Kayla Chenault, Dean Nasreddine
Abstract: Through a series of short-form videos, hosts Kayla and Dean explore the history of prohibition, the temperance movement in Detroit in the 1920’s; share stories about Detroit’s original drink--The Last Word; and inform viewers about a 1920's era favorite - the Horse's Neck - and the connections between African American vernacular dance, Detroit's Black Bottom, and Henry Ford.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http:/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qy3kv0PbTo4
Primary URL Description: You Tube channel
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Web


The Equipment of a Medieval and Renaissance Horse
Grant details: GI-278237-21
Title: The Equipment of a Medieval and Renaissance Horse
Writer: Worcester Art Museum
Director: Worcester Art Museum
Producer: Worcester Art Museum
Abstract: Educational video shared on the Museum's YouTube page. Description: Knights weren’t the only ones decked out in specialized equipment on the medieval battlefield. Their horses also needed the proper gear in order to perform effectively.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cq6VGpI1rpU
Primary URL Description: YouTube link
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Mail Armor
Grant details: GI-278237-21
Title: Mail Armor
Writer: Worcester Art Museum
Director: Worcester Art Museum
Producer: Worcester Art Museum
Abstract: Educational video. Description: Before the advent of plate armor, mail armor was the primary mode of defense.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xt4HXOco_GI
Primary URL Description: YouTube link
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Rise of Plate Armor
Grant details: GI-278237-21
Title: Rise of Plate Armor
Writer: Worcester Art Museum
Director: Worcester Art Museum
Producer: Worcester Art Museum
Abstract: Educational video. Decription: While mail armor protected against cuts, plate armor was introduced to provide additional protection against crushing weapons.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7k-8_g3iz0A
Primary URL Description: YouTube link
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


The Armorer's Craft
Grant details: GI-278237-21
Title: The Armorer's Craft
Writer: Worcester Art Museum
Director: Worcester Art Museum
Producer: Worcester Art Museum
Abstract: Educational video. Description: Decoration could be applied to armor using a variety of techniques to make it more ornate and visually appealing.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2twF7Par6BU
Primary URL Description: YouTube link
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Medieval and Renaissance Horses
Grant details: GI-278237-21
Title: Medieval and Renaissance Horses
Writer: Worcester Art Museum
Director: Worcester Art Museum
Producer: Worcester Art Museum
Abstract: Educational video. Description: What’s a knight without his trusty steed?
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQDypsgE-2w
Primary URL Description: YouTube link
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Vietnam: A Television History [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-*0280-80
Title: Vietnam: A Television History
Writer: Richard Ellison
Abstract: 6 National Emmy Awards 1 Peabody Award
Year: 1983
Format: Film


Middletown: The Campaign Episode [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-*1344-80
Title: Middletown: The Campaign Episode
Writer: Peter Davis
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1981
Format: Film


Heritage Civilization and the Jews [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-*2199-81
Title: Heritage Civilization and the Jews
Writer: William Lamb
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1984


The Adams Chronicles [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-10487-74
Title: The Adams Chronicles
Writer: Virginia Kassel
Abstract: Peabody Award 4 Emmy Awards
Year: 1976
Format: Film


The Global Assembly Line [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-20693-82
Title: The Global Assembly Line
Writer: Lorraine Gray
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1986


American Dream [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-21528-83
Title: American Dream
Writer: barbara Kopple
Abstract: Academy Award
Year: 1991


American Tongues [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-22212-85
Title: American Tongues
Writer: Louis Alvarez
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 1986


The Civil War [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-22769-86
Title: The Civil War
Writer: Ken Burns
Abstract: 2 Emmy Awards and 1 Peabody Award
Year: 1984


Duke Ellington: Reminiscing in Tempo [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-23503-89
Title: Duke Ellington: Reminiscing in Tempo
Writer: Robert Levi
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1991


The Great Depression [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24195-91
Title: The Great Depression
Writer: Henry Hampton
Abstract: Emmy Award for Writing Program
Year: 1991


Roman Cith [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24219-91
Title: Roman Cith
Writer: Larry Klein
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1994


Last Stand at Little Bighorn [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24248-91
Title: Last Stand at Little Bighorn
Writer: Paul J. Stekler
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1992


Baseball [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24365-92
Title: Baseball
Writer: Ken Burns
Abstract: Emmy Award, Best information Series
Year: 1992


Gate of Heavenly Peace [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24463-92
Title: Gate of Heavenly Peace
Writer: Carma Hinton
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 1995


The Donner Party [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24542-92
Title: The Donner Party
Writer: Ric Burns
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 1992


Richard Wright:Black Boy [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24594-92
Title: Richard Wright:Black Boy
Writer: Sarah White
Abstract: Regional Emmy Award
Year: 1994


FDR [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24696-93
Title: FDR
Writer: Peter McGhee
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 1994


Will the Circle Be Unbroken [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24782-93
Title: Will the Circle Be Unbroken
Writer: Stephen Suitts
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 1998


The Great War [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-24859-94
Title: The Great War
Writer: Blaine Baggett
Abstract: 2 Emmy Awards
Year: 1997


The U.S. Mexican War 1846-1848 [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25009-94
Title: The U.S. Mexican War 1846-1848
Writer: Sylvia Komatsu
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1998


A Midwife's Tale [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25178-95
Title: A Midwife's Tale
Writer: Laurie Kahn
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1997


George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25223-95
Title: George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire
Writer: Paul Stekler
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 2000


A Paralyzing Fear: The Story of Polio in America [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25357-96
Title: A Paralyzing Fear: The Story of Polio in America
Writer: Nina Gilden Seavey
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 1997


Free to Dance [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25368-96
Title: Free to Dance
Writer: Charles Reinhart
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 2002


Scottsboro: An American Tragedy [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25491-97
Title: Scottsboro: An American Tragedy
Writer: Barak Goodman
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 2001


Lost and Found [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25542-98
Title: Lost and Found
Writer: Davia Nelson
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2003


Building Big [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25568-99
Title: Building Big
Writer: Paula Apsell
Abstract: Peabody
Year: 2000


The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25578-98
Title: The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow
Writer: Richard Wormser
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2003


Arguing the World [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-25739-99
Title: Arguing the World
Writer: Joseph Dorman
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 1996


Napoleon [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-26016-01
Title: Napoleon
Writer: David Grubin
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2000


F. Scott Fitzgerald: Winter Dreams [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-26052-00
Title: F. Scott Fitzgerald: Winter Dreams
Writer: Susan Lacy
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2002


Yiddish Radio Project [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-26065-00
Title: Yiddish Radio Project
Writer: David Isay
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2003


Benjamin Franklin [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-26071-00
Title: Benjamin Franklin
Writer: Catherine Allan
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 2003


Breaking the Maya Code [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-26248-01
Title: Breaking the Maya Code
Writer: David Lebrun
Director: David Lebrun
Producer: Rosey Guthrie
Abstract: The complex and beautiful Maya hieroglyphic script was until recently the world’s last major undeciphered writing system. This is the story of the 200-year struggle, often hampered by misconceptions and rivalries, that has unlocked the secrets of one of mankind's great civilizations and re-connected modern Maya with their extraordinary past.
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://www.nightfirefilms.org
Primary URL Description: Web site of documentary production company Night Fire Films, producers of Breaking the Maya Code.
Secondary URL: http://www.firstrunfeatures.com/mayacodedvd.html
Secondary URL Description: Web site of First Run Features, distributors of Breaking the Maya Code.
Format: Video
Format: DVD


Cracking the Maya Code
Grant details: GN-26248-01
Title: Cracking the Maya Code
Writer: David Lebrun
Director: David Lebrun
Producer: Rosey Guthrie
Abstract: 50-minute television adaptation of the 2-hour feature film Breaking the Maya Code. Produced for the NOVA science series on PBS-TV and distributed to worldwide television by PBS International
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/ancient/cracking-maya-code.html
Primary URL Description: NOVA web site for Cracking the Maya Code
Format: Video
Format: DVD


Tupperware [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-26251-01
Title: Tupperware
Writer: Laurie Kahn
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2004


The American Musical [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-26279-01
Title: The American Musical
Writer: Jac Venza
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 2005


SACCO AND VANZETTI
Grant details: GN-30046-02
Title: SACCO AND VANZETTI
Writer: Peter Miller
Director: Peter Miller
Producer: Peter Miller and Amy Linton
Abstract: A feature-length documentary released theatrically and distributed on DVD by First Run Features.
Year: 2007
Primary URL: http://willowpondfilms.com/sacco_and_vanzetti.html
Primary URL Description: Willow Pond Films website for SACCO AND VANZETTI
Format: Film
Format: Video
Format: DVD


Fight of the Century [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-30150-02
Title: Fight of the Century
Writer: Barak Goodman
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 2002


The Fight [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-30150-02
Title: The Fight
Writer: Barak Goodman
Abstract: Emmy Award
Year: 2005


The War [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-50260-04
Title: The War
Writer: GEOFFREY C. WARD
Director: Ken Burns
Director: Lynn Novick
Producer: Lynn Novick
Producer: Ken Burns
Abstract: The War is the story of the Second World War through the personal accounts of a handful of men and women from four American towns. The war touched the lives of every family on every street in every town in America and demonstrated that in extraordinary times, there are no ordinary lives.
Year: 2007
Primary URL: http://www.pbs.org/thewar/
Format: Film
Format: DVD


Alexander Hamilton
Grant details: GN-50300-04
Title: Alexander Hamilton
Writer: Ronald H. Blumer
Director: Muffie Meyer
Producer: Catherine Allan
Producer: Muffie Meyer
Producer: Ronald H. Blumer
Producer: Sharon Sachs
Producer: Eric Seuel Davies
Producer: Julia Morrison
Abstract: A two-part series about one of America’s most influential and controversial founding fathers — Alexander Hamilton: self-made man, war hero, statesman, financial visionary and political lightning rod. Hamilton was a leading force behind the Constitution, the architect of a modern economy in America, champion of a strong central government and effective military, and leader of one of the country’s first political parties. Yet today, Hamilton and his accomplishments are neither widely understood nor appreciated.
Year: 2007
Primary URL: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/hamilton/
Primary URL Description: This website consists of a description of the film, including a transcript, special features, such as exclusive video, quizzes and polls, a photo gallery, timeline, educational resources for teachers and more.
Primary URL Description: This website includes a description of the film, including a transcript, special features, such as exclusive video, quizzes and polls, a photo gallery, timeline, educational resources for teachers and more.
Format: DVD
Format: Film
Format: Web


Billy Strayhorn, Lush Life [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-50310-04
Title: Billy Strayhorn, Lush Life
Writer: Robert Levi
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2008


Studio 360: American Icons Program on Moby Dick [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-50453-04
Title: Studio 360: American Icons Program on Moby Dick
Writer: Melinda Ward
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2005


Speaking of Faith: The Ecstatic of Rumi America Media [show prizes]
Grant details: GN-50658-05
Title: Speaking of Faith: The Ecstatic of Rumi America Media
Writer: Kristen Wesioh
Abstract: Peabody Award
Year: 2008


THE SACRIFICE ZONE
Grant details: GW-254080-17
Title: THE SACRIFICE ZONE
Writer: Talking Eyes Media
Director: TALKING EYES MEDIA - Julie Winokur, Ed Kashi, Katherine Garrison, Stephanie Khoury
Producer: Talking Eyes Media - Julie Winokur, Cat McGrath
Abstract: If you travel down a one-mile stretch of Doremus Avenue in Newark, NJ, you pass a natural gas plant next to a sewage treatment facility next to an animal fat rendering plant next to a series of ominous looking chemical storage containers behind acres of fencing. Airplanes pass overhead every two minutes, their engines rattling windows, while a putrid smell wafts from the open pools at the sewage treatment plant. This stretch is known as Chemical Corridor, and it’s located just down the road from schools and apartment buildings. It borders the Ironbound neighborhood, where Portuguese, Brazilian, Central American and African American residents are separated from toxic substances by little more than a railroad track.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://thesacrificezone.org/about
Primary URL Description: If you travel down a one-mile stretch of Doremus Avenue in Newark, NJ, you pass a natural gas plant next to a sewage treatment facility next to an animal fat rendering plant next to a series of ominous looking chemical storage containers behind acres of fencing. Airplanes pass overhead every two minutes, their engines rattling windows, while a putrid smell wafts from the open pools at the sewage treatment plant. This stretch is known as Chemical Corridor, and it’s located just down the road from schools and apartment buildings. It borders the Ironbound neighborhood, where Portuguese, Brazilian, Central American and African American residents are separated from toxic substances by little more than a railroad track.
Secondary URL: https://www.njtvonline.org/programs/nj-pbs-specials/sacrifice-zone-iu0qjk/
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Film
Format: Web


Revisiting the Founding Era Webinar 3.28.2018
Grant details: GW-256118-17
Title: Revisiting the Founding Era Webinar 3.28.2018
Writer: no writer
Director: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Producer: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Abstract: This host site seminar was offered to provide libraries guidance in applying and developing their community programming. All host sites were invited to join the webinar held on March 28, 2018. At the webinar, Susan Saidenberg of GLI presented a project overview, Professor Carol Berkin presented the humanities themes, Mary Kate Kwasnik of GLI outlined programming requirements, and Melanie Welch of ALA described the ALA Apply Portal.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/262412187?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=5181545
Primary URL Description: Link located on Revisiting the Founding Era program website (foundingera.org)
Access Model: open access
Format: Video


Carol Berkin and Julie Silverbrook discuss George Washington's Letter to John Trumbull
Grant details: GW-256118-17
Title: Carol Berkin and Julie Silverbrook discuss George Washington's Letter to John Trumbull
Writer: no writer
Director: Peter Shea
Producer: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Abstract: Discussion about 1799 letter to Washington that highlights a need for a strong central government in the face of anti-federalists.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/255817015?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=5181545
Primary URL Description: Video link embedded on program website (foundationera.org)
Format: Video


Revisiting the Founding Era: The Articles of Confederation, 1777
Grant details: GW-256118-17
Title: Revisiting the Founding Era: The Articles of Confederation, 1777
Writer: none
Director: Peter Shea
Producer: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Abstract: Denver Brunsman and Julie Silverbrook discussi the origins of the Articles of Confederation and the context in which it was written. Also discussed was the committee structure debating the Articles vis-a-vis the current three branches of government.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/255814426?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=5181545
Primary URL Description: Video link embedded on program website (foundingera.org)
Format: Video


Revisiting the Founding Era: The Preamble to the Constitution
Grant details: GW-256118-17
Title: Revisiting the Founding Era: The Preamble to the Constitution
Writer: none
Director: Peter Shea
Producer: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Abstract: Discussion with Carol Berkin and Ben Carp about the Preamble. The Preamble is a lyrical description of what we can do if we ratify the Constitution. The significance of the line "We the People" was that people were the "sovereign." The definition of who "the People" were and were not left was left unclear by the preamble.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/198098796?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=5181545
Primary URL Description: Link to video embedded on program website (foundingera.org)
Access Model: open access
Format: Video


Revisiting the Founding Era: Lucy Knox to Henry Knox, August 23, 1777
Grant details: GW-256118-17
Title: Revisiting the Founding Era: Lucy Knox to Henry Knox, August 23, 1777
Writer: none
Director: Peter Shea
Producer: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Abstract: Denver Brunsman and Carol Berkin discuss the letter sent by Lucy Knox to Henry Knox during the Revolutionary War. It captures a microcosm of the impact of war. She is alone; her family who were loyalists had fled; and she gives insights on what happens on the home front when your country has been involved in a war for a long period (over a year in this case). The letter also captures how she does not have an equal voice when she is outside the home, but she assets her equality to him in their home.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/255808320?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=5181545
Primary URL Description: Video link is embedded on program website (foundingera.org)
Format: Video


Students Respond to American Creed
Grant details: GW-259383-18
Title: Students Respond to American Creed
Writer: Mike Shen
Writer: Sam Ball
Director: Sam Ball
Producer: Sam Ball
Producer: Kate Stilley Steiner
Producer: Citizen Film
Producer: WTTW – Chicago Public Media
Producer: Mike Shen
Abstract: McCamey is from rural Montana. She wants to be a writer. Isaiah lives in inner-city Oakland. He hopes to be a mental health advocate. Annays is from an immigrant family on Chicago’s southwest side. She aims to be a civil rights lawyer. In classrooms supported by Facing History and Ourselves and the National Writing Project, they respond to the PBS film American Creed and become part of our story.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://www.pbs.org/video/what-ideals-do-we-share-students-respond-american-creed-dlhi/
Primary URL Description: This URL provides access to "Students Respond to American Creed" through PBS.org.
Secondary URL: http://citizenfilm.org/portfolio_page/students-respond-to-american-creed/
Secondary URL Description: This URL provides access to "Students Respond to American Creed" through citizenfilm.org.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Film
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots
Grant details: GW-261139-18
Title: Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots
Writer: Alex Teller
Director: Alex Teller
Producer: Alex Teller
Abstract: Historians along with staff from the Newberry Library and the DuSable Museum of African American History reflect on the 1919 Chicago race riots. Marking the 100th anniversary of the riots, the Newberry is coordinating a series of community conversations throughout 2019 that explore the legacy of the most violent week in Chicago history.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://youtu.be/a5iMG90XyTw
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Public Newsroom 102: Reporting on Race and Riots—1919 to Today
Grant details: GW-261139-18
Title: Public Newsroom 102: Reporting on Race and Riots—1919 to Today
Writer: City Bureau
Director: City Bureau
Producer: City Bureau
Abstract: At this newsroom, we draw connections to how reporting on the 1919 riots relates to the coverage of segregation nearly half a century later and what, if anything, has changed today. Our featured guests for the evening are Ethan Michaeli, author of The Defender: How the Legendary Black Newspaper Changed America (2015), The Obsidian Collection Archives founder Angela Ford, and City Bureau Co-Founder Darryl Holliday. The evening’s conversation between Michaeli, Ford and Holliday is part of a year-long series, Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots, led by the Newberry Library.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.spreaker.com/user/citybureau/public-newsroom-102-reporting-on-race-an
Primary URL Description: Audio recording of the April 4, 2019, program Reporting on Race: From The Chicago Defender and Carl Sandburg to Chicago Journalism Today
Access Model: Open access
Format: Digital File


Migration and Housing: A Century of Color Lines
Grant details: GW-261139-18
Title: Migration and Housing: A Century of Color Lines
Writer: Newberry Library
Director: Newberry Library
Producer: Newberry Library
Abstract: During the 20th century African Americans, Latinos, and Asian-Americans migrated to Chicago from other parts of the country and the world. European-descended residents and recent immigrants responded to these migrations with policies and choices that segregated the city. The 1919 Race Riots in particular set in motion efforts to keep groups of people separate, utilizing a powerful combination of violence, intimidation, and law - from neighborhood associations and restrictive covenants to redlining and contract purchase schemes. Today we have still not solved how to break down the spatial boundaries that separate Chicagoans. Leading the conversation were Lee Bey, architectural critic, photographer, and writer; Dr. Tanesha House, speaker, educator, consultant, and west side activist; and Brad Hunt from the Newberry Library, a historian of housing in Chicago.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FK1JgyhH46Y
Primary URL Description: Video recording of the May 4, 2019, program Migration and Housing: A Century of Color Lines
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Segregation and Public Education: Separate and Not Equal in 20th-Century Chicago
Grant details: GW-261139-18
Title: Segregation and Public Education: Separate and Not Equal in 20th-Century Chicago
Writer: Newberry Library
Director: Newberry Library
Producer: Newberry Library
Abstract: This program explored how the legacy of the 1919 riots and the resulting hardening of segregation influenced the trajectory of Chicago’s education system. Elizabeth Todd-Breland, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Chicago and author of A Political Education: Black Politics and Education Reform in Chicago Since the 1960s, provided an overview of the history of segregation in Chicago's public schools, and especially the relationship between segregation in housing and in schooling, from the early 20th century through the 1970s. Jen Johnson, Chief of Staff at Chicago Teacher's Union and Former CPS History Teacher, discussed how she dealt with teaching this aspect of the city's history to public school students; and also addressed the current state of school segregation and contemporary organizing. The two speakers then engaged in a wide-ranging conversation with each other and opened the discussion to questions and feedback from the audience.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KynboAUc6Mg
Primary URL Description: Video recording of the June 1, 2019, program, Segregation and Public Education: Separate and Not Equal in 20th-Century Chicago
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots Opening Event
Grant details: GW-261139-18
Title: Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots Opening Event
Writer: Newberry Library
Director: Newberry Library
Producer: Newberry Library
Abstract: The Chicago 1919 Race Riots were the most violent week in Chicago history, sparked by the death of Eugene Williams, an African American teenager stoned and drowned by a white man for floating his raft over an invisible line into a whites-only South Side beach. The police refused to arrest the white perpetrator, and the city erupted in arson, looting, and thirty-eight deaths (23 black, 15 white), until the National Guard was called to restore order. The riots inflicted lasting scars on the city, still visible in the lines of segregation throughout the city's built environment, its schools, and its selective policing. The Opening Event of our year-long series of conversations on the history and legacy of the 1919 race riots. What happened one hundred years ago on a Chicago beach during a sweltering summer day? How and why did violence erupt across the city? What were the effects of the riots in the ensuing decades? And what can we learn from the past that might help us imagine a better future?
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IshlZiHIsZw
Primary URL Description: Video recording of the February 23, 2019, Opening Event for "Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots"
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


Reflections of Youth: Spoken Word Performance and Conversation
Grant details: GW-261139-18
Title: Reflections of Youth: Spoken Word Performance and Conversation
Writer: Newberry Library
Director: Newberry Library
Producer: L Stop Media
Abstract: In this spoken word performance, held as part of the Newberry's year-long citywide event series "Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots," members of the Young Chicago Authors Bomb Squad shared new work reflecting on the 100-year legacy of the 1919 Chicago race riots. "Reflections of Youth" was held August 12, 2019 at the Harold Washington Library. This video was originally live-streamed courtesy of L Stop Media.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2tr8u-UsfA
Primary URL Description: Video of Reflections of Youth: Spoken Performance and Conversation, held August 12, 2019, at Chicago Public Library's Harold Washington Center.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Digital File


Philadelphia Playbills Project Conference
Grant details: HAA-255999-17
Title: Philadelphia Playbills Project Conference
Writer: Laura Aydelotte
Director: Dennis Mullen
Producer: Laura Aydelotte
Abstract: This is a video produced of the capstone conference for the Philadelphia Playbills Project, "Digital and Archival Approaches to Theater History," which took place at the Kislak Center at the University of Pennsylvania January 17 and 18 2019. Note that some speakers are not included because they requested that their presentations not be taped.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRuJiM6TsJk
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


TMVis screencast demo video
Grant details: HAA-256368-17
Title: TMVis screencast demo video
Writer: Dhruv Patel
Writer: Abigail Mabe
Abstract: Demo video of the TMVis project
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAx9DUC1yus
Primary URL Description: YouTube video
Access Model: open access via YouTube
Format: Web


humanities.games teaser
Grant details: HAA-266565-19
Title: humanities.games teaser
Writer: James Mirabello
Director: James Mirabello
Director: Andrea Kalin
Producer: James Mirabello
Producer: Andrea Kalin
Abstract: As part of the efforts to promote humanities.games, our production crew filmed and edited a short teaser that shows how simple it will be to use the platform. Our cameras filmed a user creating their own character art and entering it into the Bridgerunner template created for Phase I – thereby bringing their own creation into the game. This video has become a central part of our outreach to potential educational partners as it shows the platform’s ease of use.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/394495881
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Web


humanities.games updated teaser
Grant details: HAA-266565-19
Title: humanities.games updated teaser
Writer: James Mirabello
Writer: Andrea Kalin
Director: Andrea Kalin
Director: James Mirabello
Producer: Andrea Kalin
Producer: James Mirabello
Abstract: As part of the efforts to promote humanities.games, our production crew filmed and edited a short teaser that shows how simple it will be to use the platform. Based on feedback from our initial teaser, it became clear that we needed to make a few revisions and we went back and re-filmed the process with a high school junior. This video will become a central part of our outreach to potential educational partners as it shows the platform’s ease of use.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/454864636
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Video


humanities.game teaser
Grant details: HAA-266565-19
Title: humanities.game teaser
Writer: James Mirabello
Director: James Mirabello
Producer: James Mirabello
Producer: Andrea Kalin
Abstract: Once the final platform was completed, our production crew filmed and edited a short teaser that shows how simple it will be to use the platform. Our team filmed two elementary school students researching and creating their own artwork to create a game about astronomy. This video will become a central part of our outreach to potential educational partners as it shows the platform’s ease of use.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/707013087/295beb7dcc
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Web


humanities.games Screen Capture Teaser
Grant details: HAA-266565-19
Title: humanities.games Screen Capture Teaser
Writer: Nick Ray
Director: Nick Ray
Director: Andrea Kalin
Director: James Mirabello
Producer: Andrea Kalin
Producer: James Mirabello
Abstract: Upon completion of the platform, the production team screen captured the functionality of the platform, showcasing the ability to upload your own art and the platform’s overall ease of use. This video was used to introduce the platform’s functionality to partners and advisors prior to demos and workshops, and will become a central part of our outreach to potential educational partners in the future.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://vimeo.com/692423531/7132472cdb
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Web


Conversatorio de la Red de Archivos del CONICET. Conversatorio sobre Tecnologías, Desarrollos e Interacciones Disciplinares en Torno a los Archivos
Grant details: HAA-271747-20
Title: Conversatorio de la Red de Archivos del CONICET. Conversatorio sobre Tecnologías, Desarrollos e Interacciones Disciplinares en Torno a los Archivos
Writer: Participants
Director: Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (Argentina)
Producer: CONICET
Abstract: PIs Grieco and Rao were invited to discuss their project with other research groups working on preservation and access of documentary collections. This was a virtual event hosted by the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicasn (CONICET), Argentina.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92ExCGLduWI
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Video


The Analog Patient: Imagining Medicine at a Distance in the Television Era
Grant details: HC-230697-15
Title: The Analog Patient: Imagining Medicine at a Distance in the Television Era
Writer: Jeremy Greene
Producer: NIH Video and Podcasting
Abstract: Keynote presentation to Images and Texts in Medical History: A Workshop in Methods, Tools, and Data from the Digital Humanities, April 11-13, 2016, a program hosted by the NLM, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), and made possible through a multi-institutional collaboration involving the NEH, Virginia Tech, the Wellcome Library, and the Wellcome Trust.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://videocast.nih.gov/summary.asp?live=18760&bhcp=1
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Video
Format: Digital File


Machines Reading Maps: From Text on Maps to Linked Spatial Data;
Grant details: HC-278125-21
Title: Machines Reading Maps: From Text on Maps to Linked Spatial Data;
Writer: McDonough, Katherine
Writer: Vitale, Valeria
Director: Vitale, Valeria
Director: McDonough, Katherine
Producer: Stanford Geospatial Center
Abstract: Part of the Geo4LibCamp 2022 Program
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACWZMEKWDls.
Access Model: YouTube, open access
Format: Video


UCGIS Machine Reading Maps
Grant details: HC-278125-21
Title: UCGIS Machine Reading Maps
Writer: Chiang, Yao-Yi
Director: Chiang, Yao-Yi
Producer: Chiang, Yao-Yi
Abstract: Historical maps contain detailed geographic information difficult to find elsewhere, but they typically exist as scanned images without searchable metadata. Existing approaches for making historical maps searchable rely on tedious manual work (including crowd-sourcing) to generate their metadata (e.g., geolocations and keywords). Optical character recognition (OCR) software could alleviate the required manual work, but the recognition results are individual words instead of location phrases (e.g., “Black” and “Mountain” vs. “Black Mountain”). Also, these recognized words are plain text and do not have semantic labels (e.g., place vs. road names). In an ongoing project, collaborating with the Alan Turing Institute, the British Library, the Library of Congress, and the University of Southern California Digital Library, we are developing a machine-learning map processing pipeline that automatically reads text from thousands of scanned historical maps and makes that text meaningful. The machine learning pipeline will transform how cultural heritage institutions can enrich and expose metadata about their digitized map collections. As a preliminary work for this project, this talk will present an end-to-end approach to address the real-world problem of finding and indexing historical map images. This approach automatically processes historical map images to extract their text content and generates a set of metadata linked to large external geospatial knowledge bases. The linked metadata support complex queries for finding and indexing historical maps, such as retrieving all historical maps covering mountain peaks higher than 1,000 meters in California. We have implemented the approach in a system called mapKurator. We have evaluated mapKurator using historical maps from several sources with various map styles, scales, and coverage. Our results show significant improvement over the state-of-the-art methods. The code has been made publicly available as modules of the Google
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F45jgjbhoIY.
Access Model: Open access
Format: Video


How To: Learn a second language depending on your age [Television broadcast].
Grant details: HD-50088-07
Title: How To: Learn a second language depending on your age [Television broadcast].
Writer: Lucy Bustamante, WVEC TV News
Director: WVEC TV News
Producer: WVEC TV News
Abstract: Interview with Lucy Bustamante, WVEC TV News 11 Atlanta.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://www.13newsnow.com/video/features/how-to-learn-a-second-language-adults-edition/291-2580147
Access Model: Open access
Format: Web


With Good Reason - "America the Beautiful"
Grant details: HD-50866-09
Title: With Good Reason - "America the Beautiful"
Writer: Scanlon, Mara
Writer: Earnhart, Brady
Director: McConnell, Sarah
Abstract: In 1862, Poet Walt Whitman went to Fredericksburg, Virginia, searching for his brother George who had been wounded in a Civil War battle. Mara Scanlon and Brady Earnhart (University of Mary Washington) say Whitman was so moved by the carnage he found that he worked as a nurse for the rest of the war.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://withgoodreasonradio.org/2015/06/america-the-beautiful-2/
Primary URL Description: Each week on With Good Reason, our ever-curious host Sarah McConnell takes you along as she examines a wide range of topics with leading scholars. With Good Reason is offered as both a half hour and hour show via Content Depot and PRX. It is produced by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities for the Virginia Higher Education Broadcasting Consortium
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Web


Fletcher family to gather at Sweet Briar to honor slave history, celebrate college's revival
Grant details: HD-50979-10
Title: Fletcher family to gather at Sweet Briar to honor slave history, celebrate college's revival
Writer: Ashlie Walter
Abstract: Discussion of one family's reunions as a result of research conducted by Dr Rainville into the enslaved community at Sweet Briar College.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://http://www.newsadvance.com/news/local/fletcher-family-to-gather-at-sweet-briar-to-honor-slave/article_1b438e8a-38aa-11e5-99a6-a38f715dd4cb.html
Format: Web


Slaves' descendants feel loss over Sweet Briar closure
Grant details: HD-50979-10
Title: Slaves' descendants feel loss over Sweet Briar closure
Writer: Susan Svrluga
Abstract: Dr Rainville's research into descendants of the enslaved community at Sweet Briar College (research supported by the online database that she created with NEH funds).
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://http://hamptonroads.com/2015/04/slaves-descendants-feel-loss-over-sweet-briar-closure
Format: Web


Oregon Petrarch Open Book Tutorial
Grant details: HD-51110-10
Title: Oregon Petrarch Open Book Tutorial
Writer: Massimo Lollini
Director: Jeff Magoto
Abstract: A video introduction to the OPOB that is part of the OPOB web site.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://petrarch.uoregon.edu/video-introduction
Primary URL Description: A video introduction to the OPOB that is part of the OPOB web site. A screeencast of the OPOB's most distinctive features.
Secondary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krmOLt7YI-Q
Secondary URL Description: Youtube
Format: Video


A video of University of Oregon music students
Grant details: HD-51110-10
Title: A video of University of Oregon music students
Writer: Students of UO School of Music
Director: Lori Kruchenberg (UO Professor of Music)
Abstract: A video of University of Oregon music students performing Marenzio’s musical reading of Petrarch’s Solo e pensoso. The performance and the video were made for the Petrarch Project in April 2010. It was first made available in January 2011 in the journal Humanist Studies &the Digital Age Associated to the OPOB.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://cascade.uoregon.edu/spring2011/online-extras/petrarch-madrigal/
Primary URL Description: Journal of the UO College of Art and Sciences
Secondary URL: http://babel.uoregon.edu/rl/italian/maxiloll/petrarchMusic-short.mov
Secondary URL Description: The actual video
Format: Video


“The Oregon Petrarch Open Book”
Grant details: HD-51110-10
Title: “The Oregon Petrarch Open Book”
Writer: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: Presentation at the NEH Start-Up Grant Project Directors Meeting, Washington, D.C., September 28, 2010.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxQKApXu3Xk&feature=player_embedded#t=791s
Format: Video


GeoHistorian Videos
Grant details: HD-51129-10
Title: GeoHistorian Videos
Writer: various elementary school students from Kent, OH
Director: various elementary school students from Kent, OH
Producer: various elementary school students from Kent, OH
Abstract: 29 digital videos that depict stories about historical sites in Kent, OH. Videos are approximately 1.5 to 4 minutes in length each. Videos can be accessed either online or by way of QR code markers that have been installed at each location.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.youtube.com/user/geohistorian
Primary URL Description: GeoHistorian YouTube Channel that hosts the videos
Secondary URL: http://www.rcet.org/geohistorian
Secondary URL Description: GeoHistorian project website
Access Model: free
Format: Video
Format: Web


The Egyptian Oracle (May 20th at Puppet Showplace Theater)
Grant details: HD-51209-10
Title: The Egyptian Oracle (May 20th at Puppet Showplace Theater)
Writer: Brad Shur, Kerry Handron, Jeffrey Jacobson, Brenda Huggins, Friedrich Kirshner
Producer: Jeffrey Jacobson
Abstract: The Egyptian Oracle performance is a live reenactment of an authentic public ceremony from ancient Egypt’s Late Period. We project our Virtual Egyptian Temple on the wall at life scale extending the physical theater into virtual space. The temple is not a film, not a static image, but a true three-dimensional space, which the audience navigates during scene changes. The central actor is a high priest, an avatar controlled by a live human puppeteer, hidden offstage. The supporting actress stands in front of the screen, in costume, mediating the experience. Audience members represent the Egyptian populace acting out brief roles in the drama. Finally, the sacred boat (left) is another puppet also controlled by the puppeteer. In the drama, the will of the temple god moves the boat. This production is a prototype funded by a Digital Startup Grant from the NEH (HD-5120910). We are not seeking support for a full implementation.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://vimeo.com/30709511
Access Model: Open access
Format: Digital File
Format: Web


A Thousand Words: Advanced Visualization for the Humanities
Grant details: HD-51475-11
Title: A Thousand Words: Advanced Visualization for the Humanities
Writer: Turknett, Rob
Director: Cunningham, Sean
Abstract: The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) is developing software tools that enable a new class of scholars from the humanities to use high-resolution displays and advanced computing to create visualizations, interactive maps, and multimedia works at a scale and resolution never before possible. Most Pixels Ever: Cluster Edition is a library for extending Processing sketches to multi-node tiled displays. This library makes it possible to render interactive Processing sketches across distributed computing systems on many displays. This work was made possible by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant: HD-51475-11, A Thousand Words: Advanced Visualization for the Humanities.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvOuJ2RwBTA
Primary URL Description: A video about the "A Thousand Words" project to develop advanced visualization tools for humanities scholars, on the TACC YouTube channel.
Access Model: open access
Format: Video


Massive Pixel Environment for Processing
Grant details: HD-51475-11
Title: Massive Pixel Environment for Processing
Writer: Westing, B.
Director: Westing, B.
Abstract: Massive Pixel Environment is a library for the Processing programming language. It allows you to sketch interactions and visualizations and scale them across multiple displays. We've scaled Processing sketches up to 328 megapixels with Massive Pixel Environment, how many pixels can you scale to? Source Code: tacc.github.io/MassivePixelEnvironment/ Project Page: tacc.utexas.edu/tacc-software/most-pixel­­s-ever-cluster-edition
Year: 2013
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MS5-QOAwKSI
Primary URL Description: A video about Massive Pixel Environment, a new library for the Processing programming language, on the TACC YouTube channel.
Access Model: open access
Format: Video


Integrating Spectral and Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)
Grant details: HD-51709-13
Title: Integrating Spectral and Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)
Writer: Todd R. Hanneken
Producer: Todd R. Hanneken
Abstract: Based on a presentation to the Society of Biblical Literature, 2014.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-1eWueAOzE
Format: Video
Format: Web


Digging Detroit: Tommy's Bar Speakeasy
Grant details: HD-51852-14
Title: Digging Detroit: Tommy's Bar Speakeasy
Writer: Thomas Reed
Director: Thomas Reed
Producer: Thomas Reed
Abstract: This TV episode of Digging Detroit features the Ethnic Layers of Detroit's research about the Speakeasy at Tommy's Bar. The Speakeasy site is also home to one of the digital stories created by the Ethnic Layers of Detroit project.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlpK1uzuSeQ
Primary URL Description: Link to video of episode
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Video


Introduction to MARKUS
Grant details: HJ-50173-14
Title: Introduction to MARKUS
Writer: Ho Hou Ieong
Abstract: Introduction to the Markus system, currently in Chinese.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://youtu.be/NltG3EjC9_A
Secondary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGfnlhywztY&feature=youtu.be
Access Model: open access
Format: Video


Mission US Webinar: Revolutionary Learning: Interactive History Games for All Secondary Social Studies Students
Grant details: HK-250704-16
Title: Mission US Webinar: Revolutionary Learning: Interactive History Games for All Secondary Social Studies Students
Writer: n/a
Abstract: This webinar explores ways for middle and high school students to “live” transformational moments in U.S. history through the Mission US educational gaming series. Presenter Peter Mabli, Assistant Director of Online Professional Development at the American Social History Project, uses the first Mission US game, “For Crown or Colony?,” to introduce effective ways to integrate “serious games” into U.S. history curriculum. The session unpacks ways to integrate gaming with document-based activities, writing prompts, and other resources in a range of learning environments. It showcases ideas for independent, small group, whole class and flipped learning approaches, while meeting rigorous content and instructional standards. Technology-infused gaming can help students experience a more personal, memorable, and meaningful connection with complex historical content, as they learn to think like historians, develop historical empathy, and discover the role of ordinary men, women, and young people in U.S. history. This session will be of particular benefit to middle and high school teachers and librarians, as well as curriculum specialists and instructional technology specialists. The webinar also discusses strategies for including English language learners and struggling readers in the full learning experience.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://home.edweb.net/webinar/socialstudies20181024/
Primary URL Description: Landing page for the EdWeb webinar, where an archived recording is available for viewing free of charge
Secondary URL: http://mission-us.org
Secondary URL Description: Website for the Mission US educational gaming series and resources
Access Model: Free/open access
Format: Digital File


Immigration an