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And They’re Off Too!
Grant details: PW-50845-11
Title: And They’re Off Too!
Author: Carl childs
Abstract: The City of Petersburg chancery records scanning project officially began on Friday June 3! The first 50 boxes of case-files were loaded for transfer to LVA’s digital vendor (Backstage Library Works) in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Imaging of these fragile court papers will begin next week and resulting images will be posted to the Chancery Records Index (CRI) after ensuring they meet strict preservation and quality control standards. The records date from 1787 to 1912 and consist of 150 cubic feet, including bills of complaint, affidavits, wills, business records, correspondence, and photographs.
Date: 6/7/2011
Primary URL: http://www.virginiamemory.com/blogs/out_of_the_box/?s=NEH
Blog Title: Out of the Box
Website: http://www.virginiamemory.com


"Grass Roots: Preserving Community through Art"
Grant details: GM-50163-04
Title: "Grass Roots: Preserving Community through Art"
Author: Sherry Linkon, PhD
Abstract: Feature on Linkon Avenue: On-line blog featuring Youngstown State University Professor Sherry Linkon's interviews with Guest Curator Dale Rosengarten and Lowcountry basket maker Nakia Wigfall in connection with the NEH on the Road exhibition, "Grass Roots." Blog post was also connected to a radio broadcast on WYSU that is unfortunately no longer available on-line.
Date: 6/29/2009
Primary URL: http://linkonavenue.blogspot.com/2009/06/grass-roots-preserving-community.html
Primary URL Description: Direct link to the archived feature on the blog
Blog Title: Linkon Avenue - ongoing blog for Professor Sherry Linkon at Youngstown State University.
Website: http://linkonavenue.blogspot.com/


Petersburg Chancery Reveals Rich African American History
Grant details: PW-50845-11
Title: Petersburg Chancery Reveals Rich African American History
Author: Vincent Brooks
Abstract: This blog post announces the posting of the first batch of scanned chancery records dating from 1803-1845. The entry highlights several "cases of signifigance" or interest and includes images of key documents.
Date: 9/21/2011
Primary URL: http://www.virginiamemory.com/blogs/out_of_the_box/2011/09/21/petersburg-chancery-reveals-rich-african-american-history/
Primary URL Description: Out of the Box blog on the Library of Virginia's Virginia Memory site.
Website: http://www.virginiamemory.com/


The Posterity Project
Grant details: PJ-50061-10
Title: The Posterity Project
Author: Gordon Belt
Abstract: Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Here's an incredible resource recently made available online through the Tennessee Digital Newspaper Program...
Date: 07/26/2011
Primary URL: http://posterityproject.blogspot.com/2011/07/hot-off-press-19th-century-tennessee.html
Blog Title: The Posterity Project. Documenting the Links to Our Past.
Website: http://posterityproject.blogspot.com


A Paradise for Tennessee Researchers
Grant details: PJ-50061-10
Title: A Paradise for Tennessee Researchers
Author: Taneya Koonce
Abstract: The University of Tennessee and the Tennessee State Library & Archives have received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize historical newspapers for inclusion in the Library of Congress’s Chronicling America newspaper portal.
Date: 07/19/2011
Primary URL: http://www.taneya-kalonji.com/genblog/a-paradise-for-tennessee-researchers
Blog Title: Taneya’s Genealogy Blog
Website: http://www.taneya-kalonji.com/genblog/


Mississippi Baptist Minister: Reverend Ollie Turner's Scrapbook
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Mississippi Baptist Minister: Reverend Ollie Turner's Scrapbook
Author: Kim Norman
Abstract: Description of content and preservation work done on Rev. Ollie Turner's scrapbook.
Date: 11/16/2011
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2011/11/16/mississippi-baptist-minister-reverend-ollie-turners-scrapbook/
Primary URL Description: Emory Libraries website


First African American Reporter on Nashville Newspaper: Conserving His Scrapbook
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: First African American Reporter on Nashville Newspaper: Conserving His Scrapbook
Author: Kim Norman
Abstract: Description of content and preservation work done on Robert Churchwell's scrapbook
Date: 10/19/2011
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2011/10/19/first-african-american-reporter-on-nashville-newspaper-conserving-his-scrapbook/
Primary URL Description: Emory Libraries website


Preserving Scrapbooks Through “Save America’s Treasures” Grant Award
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Preserving Scrapbooks Through “Save America’s Treasures” Grant Award
Author: Kim Norman
Abstract: Description of project and content and preservation work done on Flournoy Miller's scrapbook
Date: 9/28/2011
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2011/09/28/preserving-scrapbooks-through-save-americas-treasures-grant-award/
Primary URL Description: Emory Libraries website


MARBL WINS SAVE AMERICA’S TREASURES GRANT
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: MARBL WINS SAVE AMERICA’S TREASURES GRANT
Author: Laura Carroll
Abstract: Announcement regarding SAT grant award to Emory
Date: 3/2/2011
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2011/03/02/marbl-wins-save-americas-treasures-grant/


Cut and Paste, Old Style
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Cut and Paste, Old Style
Author: Marvin Heiferman
Abstract: General article about preserving scrapbooks which mentions Emory's SAT great
Date: 9/13/2011
Primary URL: http://siarchives.si.edu/blog/cut-and-paste-old-style
Primary URL Description: Smithsonian Institution Archives website


Native Americans' enduring struggle for justice
Grant details: FT-53647-05
Title: Native Americans' enduring struggle for justice
Author: Paul C. Rosier
Abstract: The history of Native Americans symbolizes the long path of American history – and in the 20th century the nation and the race continued to intersect through world wars, cold wars and cultural wars. Paul C. Rosier traces the way American Indians defined their cultural and spiritual values in the context of U.S. engagements at home and overseas. In his book, “Serving Their Country: American Indian Politics and Patriotism in the Twentieth Century,” recently released by Harvard University Press, Rosier shows how Native Americans' struggles for rights and justice are – like the efforts of African Americans – an integral part of the development of American society. Rosier is an associate professor of history at Villanova University.
Date: 3/9/2010
Primary URL: http://voices.washingtonpost.com/political-bookworm/2010/03/native_americans_enduring_stru.html
Blog Title: Washington Post Political Bookworm


Walden Woods was a Black Space before it was a Green Space
Grant details: FB-52999-07
Title: Walden Woods was a Black Space before it was a Green Space
Author: Elise Lemire
Abstract: Article-length post on the history of Walden Woods.
Date: 09/13/2009
Primary URL: http://hnn.us/articles/116046.html
Primary URL Description: History News Network


A Small Bench by the Side of the Road
Grant details: FB-52999-07
Title: A Small Bench by the Side of the Road
Author: Elise Lemire
Abstract: Article-length post describes placement of a Toni Morrison bench in Concord, MA, as a result of Black Walden and other efforts.
Date: 06/01/2011
Primary URL: http://pennpress.typepad.com/pennpresslog/2011/06/a-small-bench-by-the-side-of-the-road-elise-lemire-on-remembering-concords-history-of-slavery.html
Primary URL Description: Penn Press Log


“’De pizza habe disappeared!’ Italy, Europe, Europanto"
Grant details: FA-52436-06
Title: “’De pizza habe disappeared!’ Italy, Europe, Europanto"
Author: Nicoletta Pireddu
Abstract: "Wat passe?". What has happened to Italian language and identity in the European scenario of Diego Marani’s fiction? "Aqui in Venezia sumus, keine Paris!"… Really? An Italian newspaper columnist, novelist and translator for the Council of the European Union, Diego Marani invented an artificial language called Europanto in which he has been writing articles and short stories since 1996. More than a mock international language with a provocative aim, Europanto offers the model for a non-hierarchical European subjectivity that erodes national linguistic barriers and also the all-encompassing power of English as Europe’s alleged lingua franca. "Eh? Wat signifique?" "No! No esse so facile!"
Date: 11-16-2010
Primary URL: http://issuu.com/iicwashington/docs/pireddu
Website: http://issuu.com/iicwashington/docs/pireddu


Beth Bailey on her Book America's Army
Grant details: FA-50556-04
Title: Beth Bailey on her Book America's Army
Author: Beth Bailey
Abstract: Blog entry, in Rorotoko format, on America's Army
Date: 3/17/2010
Primary URL: rorotoko.com/interview/20100319_bailey_beth_on_america_army_making_all-volunteer_force/
Primary URL Description: the blog entry
Blog Title: Rorotoko
Website: rorotoko.com


Conserving The Scrapbook of William Sanders Scarborough
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Conserving The Scrapbook of William Sanders Scarborough
Author: Kim Norman
Abstract: Description of content and preservation work done on the William S. Scarborough scrapbook.
Date: 12/27/2011
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2011/12/27/conserving-the-scrapbook-of-william-sanders-scarborough/
Primary URL Description: Emory Libraries website


Men and Women in Shakespeare
Grant details: HD-51244-11
Title: Men and Women in Shakespeare
Author: Aditi Muralidharan
Abstract: In previous posts, I’ve shown how WordSeer can be used to explore small, well-defined questions: what word did Shakespeare use for ‘beautiful’? Is the occurrence of the word ‘love’ the same in the comedies and tragedies? This post is different. WordSeer has now developed enough to support a simple, but complete, exploratory analysis. The question we’ll think about is this: “How does the portrayal of men and women in Shakespeare’s plays change under different circumstances?” As one answer, we’ll see how WordSeer suggests that when love is a major plot point, the language referring to women changes to become more physical, and the language referring to men becomes more sentimental.
Date: 2012-01-24
Primary URL: http://mininghumanities.com/2012/01/24/men-and-women-in-shakespeare/
Primary URL Description: Blog post at mininghumanities.com
Blog Title: Text Mining and the Digital Humanities
Website: http://mininghumanities.com


WordSeer: “love” in Shakespeare’s tragedies and comedies
Grant details: HD-51244-11
Title: WordSeer: “love” in Shakespeare’s tragedies and comedies
Author: Aditi Muralidharan
Abstract: When scholars try to make sense out of large collections of text, they frequently do two things: compare, and collect. They collect samples of “interesting” things, and compare them with each other along various relevant dimensions. In this post, I demonstrate the collection and comparison features of WordSeer by using it to compare the usage of the word “love” in Shakespeares comedies and tragedies. You can watch the screencast, or simply read on.
Date: 2011-12-15
Primary URL: http://mininghumanities.com/2011/12/15/wordseer-compares-love-in-tragedies-and-comedies/
Primary URL Description: Blog post at mininghumanities.com
Blog Title: Text Mining and the Digital Humanities
Website: http://mininghumanities.com


“Beautiful” in Shakespeare
Grant details: HD-51244-11
Title: “Beautiful” in Shakespeare
Author: Aditi Muralidharan
Abstract: A common problem in search and exploration interfaces is the vocabulary problem. This refers to the great variety of words with which different people can use to describe the same concept. For people exploring a text collection, this makes search difficult. There are only a limited number different queries they can think of to describe that concept, but they may be missing many other instances that use different words. This is an important issue for humanities scholars. Often, the very first step of a literature analysis is to comb through text, trying to find thought-provoking examples to study later. In this post, I give an example of how our project WordSeer, a text analysis environment for humanities scholars, can be used to overcome this problem. In this example, I’ll using an instance of WordSeer running on the complete works of Shakespeare from the Internet Shakespeare Editions. It’s live, so you can follow along with this example on the web at wordseer.berkeley.edu/shakespeare.
Date: 2011-12-07
Primary URL: http://mininghumanities.com/2011/12/07/beautiful-in-shakespeare/
Primary URL Description: Blog post at mininghumanities.com
Blog Title: Text Mining and the Digital Humanities
Website: http://mininghumanities.com


Stowe’s final missed installment of Uncle Tom’s Cabin in the National Era
Grant details: FB-50005-03
Title: Stowe’s final missed installment of Uncle Tom’s Cabin in the National Era
Author: Barbara Hochman
Abstract: Stowe missed the deadline for the installment of Uncle Tom’s Cabin that was to appear on December 18, 1851. The reason for the missed deadline is unknown.Stowe had failed to meet her deadline twice before; the missed deadline for the December 18 issue was her last such inadvertency. But perhaps missing the deadline for this particular installment was a tactical decision on Stowe’s part, designed for a particular effect upon her readers. Analysis of the episodes that were published immediately before and after the number of the Era that appeared without an installment of the tale suggests that Stowe purposely missed her deadline in order to intensify the effect of the Christmas installment.
Date: 12/18/2011
Primary URL: http://nationalera.wordpress.com/2011/12/18/december-18-1851/
Primary URL Description: Uncle Tom's Cabin in the National Era Presented By: The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center-Hartford, CT
Blog Title: Uncle Tom's Cabin in the National Era
Website: Harriet Beecher Stowe Center


“Reformation of the Book: A Log of Travels Relating to Books and Printing in Early Modern Europe"
Grant details: FS-50092-06
Title: “Reformation of the Book: A Log of Travels Relating to Books and Printing in Early Modern Europe"
Author: Patkus, Ron
Abstract: Patrkus, Ron. blog, “Reformation of the Book: A Log of Travels Relating to Books and Printing in Early Modern Europe" (http://reformationofthebook.blogspot.com/). Patrkus, Ron. blog, “Reformation of the Book: A Log of Travels Relating to Books and Printing in Early Modern Europe" (http://reformationofthebook.blogspot.com/). Patrkus, Ron. blog, “Reformation of the Book: A Log of Travels Relating to Books and Printing in Early Modern Europe" (). Dr. Patkus constructed the whole of this blog, which includes a running account of his experience in our 2007 NEH Summer Seinar for College and University Teachers.
Date: 08/15/2007
Primary URL: http://reformationofthebook.blogspot.com/


Scrapbooks of African American Collegiate Experience
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Scrapbooks of African American Collegiate Experience
Author: Kim Norman
Abstract: Description of contents and preservation of four scrapbooks which share the subject of African American collegiate experiences and societies.
Date: 1/30/2012
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2012/01/30/scrapbooks-of-african-american-collegiate-experience/
Primary URL Description: Emory Libraries website


Fort Vancouver Mobile Project Featured at IDMAa
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Project Featured at IDMAa
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post describes presentation by Brett Oppergaard at the ninth annual International Digital Media and Arts Association Conference in Savannah, Georgia.
Date: 10-20-2011
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/10/20/fort-vancouver-mobile-project-featured-at-idmaa/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/10/20/fort-vancouver-mobile-project-featured-at-idmaa/


Fort Vancouver Project featured in WSUV class
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Title: Fort Vancouver Project featured in WSUV class
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post describes forthcoming Digital Storytelling course at WSUV that will utilize the Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver module of the mobile app as its basis.
Date: 11-3-11
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/11/03/fort-vancouver-project-featured-in-wsuv-class/


Fort Vancouver Mobile Project Gets Special Designation
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Project Gets Special Designation
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post touts the Fort Vancouver Mobile App's designation as one of two “Call to Action” designations for Fort Vancouver.
Date: 11-9-11
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/11/09/fort-vancouver-mobile-project-gets-special-designation/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/11/09/fort-vancouver-mobile-project-gets-special-designation/


Director of New and Social Media for the National Park Service to visit
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Title: Director of New and Social Media for the National Park Service to visit
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post discusses John Tobiason's upcoming visit to WSUV and Fort Vancouver to learn about the project as well as explore future collaborations.
Date: 12-6-11
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/12/06/director-of-new-and-social-media-for-the-national-park-service-to-visit/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/12/06/director-of-new-and-social-media-for-the-national-park-service-to-visit/


Fort Vancouver Mobile Team Discusses Present, Future
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Title: Fort Vancouver Mobile Team Discusses Present, Future
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post discusses meeting with John Tobiason, the Director of New and Social Media for the National Park Service, with other participating members in the Fort Vancouver Mobile project.
Date: 12-12-11
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/12/12/fort-vancouver-mobile-team-discusses-present-future/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2011/12/12/fort-vancouver-mobile-team-discusses-present-future/


Digital Storytelling Course
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Title: Digital Storytelling Course
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post describes the early meetings of the Digital Storytelling class that is using the Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver as a working project.
Date: 1-13-12
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/01/13/digital-storytelling-course/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/01/13/digital-storytelling-course/


Mobile Interface Theory
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Title: Mobile Interface Theory
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post describes the text used by the Digital Storytelling class, one of the first of its kind.
Date: 2-2-12
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/02/02/mobile-interface-theory/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/02/02/mobile-interface-theory/


Photos from February 2 Digital Storytelling class
Grant details: HD-51330-11
Title: Photos from February 2 Digital Storytelling class
Author: Michael Rabby
Abstract: Blog post features pictures from a recent Digital Storytelling class taken while they worked on the app at Fort Vancouver
Date: 2-4-12
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/02/04/photos-from-february-2-digital-storytelling-class/
Blog Title: Women & Domestic Life at the Village of Fort Vancouver
Website: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/fvm/2012/02/04/photos-from-february-2-digital-storytelling-class/


Meet the Earthworks Builders
Grant details: HD-51348-11
Title: Meet the Earthworks Builders
Author: several people
Author: Michelle Aubrecht
Abstract: This is the project development blog. Activities related to the project are posted here. We post images from meetings, researching the movement of the moon, and other images as seem relevant to the project.
Date: 12/02/2011
Primary URL: http://earthworksbuilder.wordpress.com/
Primary URL Description: Project Development Blog


St. Paul's Cathedral Rises Again
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Title: St. Paul's Cathedral Rises Again
Author: John N Wall
Abstract: This entry announces our project and our blog, The Virtual Paul's Cross Project
Date: 10.25.2011
Primary URL: http://virtualpaulscrossproject.blogspot.com/2011/10/st-pauls-cathedral-rises-again.html
Primary URL Description: Official blog for the The Virtual Paul's Cross Project


Research Report: Which Way Did the Paul's Cross Preacher Face?
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Title: Research Report: Which Way Did the Paul's Cross Preacher Face?
Author: John N Wall
Abstract: One challenge in modeling buildings and spaces now lost to us is interpreting the evidence that survives. One image that we thought gave us a different view of Paul's Cross turns out to be based on the Gipkin painting and looks different because the engraver reversed the Gipkin image in the process of making this image.
Date: 10/26/2011
Primary URL: http://virtualpaulscrossproject.blogspot.com/2011/10/research-report-which-way-did-pauls.html
Primary URL Description: This is the blog of the Virtual Paul's Cross Project


Did Paul's Cross Have a Pulpit?
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Title: Did Paul's Cross Have a Pulpit?
Author: John N. Wall
Abstract: In creating a model for the Paul's Cross preaching station, we have had to decide where the preacher stood to deliver his sermon -- underneath the roof of the preaching station or in a pulpit that placed him out from under the roof. We have reviewed contemporary images of preaching stations as well as surviving examples of such structures and decided he was probably in a small pulpit.
Date: 11/04/2011
Primary URL: http://http://virtualpaulscrossproject.blogspot.com/2011/11/did-pauls-cross-have-pulpit.html
Primary URL Description: Blog for the Virtual Paul's Cross Project
Blog Title: The Virtual Paul's Cross Project


Imagining St Paul's -- the Hollar Drawings
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Title: Imagining St Paul's -- the Hollar Drawings
Author: John N. Wall
Abstract: The Virtual Paul's Cross Project is made possible because St. Paul's Cathedral was the subject of an extensive body of visual documentation. For St. Paul's, the most important are the engravings of Wenseslas Hollar, done for William Dugdale's History of St. Paul's Cathedral (1658). We have located two of Hollar's original drawings made in preparation for his engravings. Happily, they show the parts of the cathedral we are most interested in.
Date: 12/05/2011
Primary URL: http://virtualpaulscrossproject.blogspot.com/2011/12/imagining-st-pauls-hollar-drawings.html
Primary URL Description: Blog for the Virtual Paul's Cross Project
Blog Title: The Virtual Paul's Cross Project


The Scrapbooks of Benny Andrews
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: The Scrapbooks of Benny Andrews
Author: Kim Norman
Abstract: Description of the scrapbooks of African American artist Benny Andrews
Date: 4/2/2012
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2012/04/02/the-scrapbooks-of-benny-andrews/
Primary URL Description: Emory Libraries website
Primary URL Description: Main library website


Vermont Digital Newspaper Project [blog]
Grant details: PJ-50070-10
Title: Vermont Digital Newspaper Project [blog]
Author: Tom McMurdo
Abstract: The VTDNP is designed to offer regular updates on project news, activities and content as project staff navigate the process of converting historical newspapers on microfilm to fully searchable digital images. The blog was launched on February 7, 2011 and is updated regularly.
Date: 02/07/2011
Primary URL: http://vtdnp.wordpress.com/


A Photographic Collection – The Stout-Feldman Studio Photographs
Grant details: PT-50212-11
Title: A Photographic Collection – The Stout-Feldman Studio Photographs
Author: Bryan Winter
Abstract: The Stout-Feldman Studio in El Paso, Texas, was well known for its photographic portraits. The studio's photographers also took pictures of faculty, staff, and organizations at the Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy--now the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). The University Library acquired the collection in 2008 and is now doing preservation work on the collection. An exhibit of photographs from the collection will be on display in the UTEP Library and will open on June 15, 2012.
Date: 06/13/2012
Primary URL: http://transformations.utep.edu/
Primary URL Description: The Transformations blog provides a public, scholarly space in which to investigate the history, transformation, and impact of The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) on the occasion of its centennial in 2014. We seek to place the university’s past and present within the context of the El Paso community, Texas and the American Southwest, the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, changes in higher education, and the field of public commemoration.
Blog Title: Transformations: A Blog about UTEP's History and Coming Centennial Celebration
Website: http://transformations.utep.edu/


Beautiful Chaos
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Beautiful Chaos
Author: Methot, Brian
Abstract: Description of the digitization process used to capture the images in Emory's African American scrapbooks
Date: 04/19/2012
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2012/04/19/beautiful-chaos/
Primary URL Description: Main library website


Petersburg Chancery Digital Project Now Complete!
Grant details: PW-50845-11
Title: Petersburg Chancery Digital Project Now Complete!
Author: Sherri Bagley
Abstract: The Library of Virginia is pleased to announce the completion of the Petersburg chancery causes digital project. The scanning project was funded by the Circuit Court Records Preservation Program along with a $155,071 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The collection has been digitized from 1787 through 1912 and the images added to the Chancery Records Index. The most recently added suits cover the years 1889-1912.
Date: 05/16/2012
Primary URL: http://http://www.virginiamemory.com/blogs/out_of_the_box/2012/05/16/petersburg-chancery-digital-project-now-complete/
Primary URL Description: Final blog post announcing the completion of the Petersburg Chancery project
Secondary URL: http://http://www.virginiamemory.com/blogs/out_of_the_box/
Secondary URL Description: Home page for the Library of Virginia's Out of the Box blog.
Blog Title: Out of the Box
Website: http://www.virginiamemory.com/


Petersburg Chancery Hits the Rails!
Grant details: PW-50845-11
Title: Petersburg Chancery Hits the Rails!
Author: Greg Crawford
Abstract: The latest images from the Petersburg chancery causes digitization project are now available on the Chancery Records Index. The scanning project is funded by the Circuit Court Records Preservation Program along with a $155,071 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Chancery causes for Petersburg can now be viewed online through 1888. The following is an example of an interesting suit found in this latest addition.
Date: 02/06/2012
Primary URL: http://www.virginiamemory.com/blogs/out_of_the_box/2012/02/06/petersburg-chancery-hits-the-rails/
Primary URL Description: Blog entry for release of Petersburg images.
Secondary URL: http://www.virginiamemory.com/blogs/out_of_the_box/
Secondary URL Description: Out of the Box blog.
Blog Title: Out of the Box
Website: Virginia Memory http://www.virginiamemory.com/


The Red Sea is Arabian, Erythraean... Place Name Clustering in Pleiades and TAVO
Grant details: HD-51425-11
Title: The Red Sea is Arabian, Erythraean... Place Name Clustering in Pleiades and TAVO
Author: Francis Deblauwe
Abstract: Place names can have many variants due to not only chronological (e.g., Byzantium, Constantinople and Istanbul) or cultural/linguistic reasons (e.g., Genève, Genf, Ginevra and Geneva) but also due to differences in the exact place or area covered. The confusing connections between place names ultimately reflect the extent/lack of accurate knowledge of the textual sources as well as the changing economic and political lenses through which places were viewed. This blog post explores these issues using an example from the Red Sea.
Date: 09/12/2012
Primary URL: http://ux.opencontext.org/blog/2012/09/12/the-red-sea-is-arabian-erythraean/
Primary URL Description: Heritage Bytes blog post
Blog Title: Heritage Bytes
Website: http://ux.opencontext.org/blog/


Married by the Mob
Grant details: PJ-50040-09
Title: Married by the Mob
Author: Patterson, Caitlin
Abstract: Montana’s newspapers often published brief announcements about town visitors, residents who were injured or taken ill, and guests at private gatherings. Most “personals” were one- or two-sentence snippets, but once in awhile an event was entertaining enough to qualify for more detailed treatment.
Date: 2012-07-27
Primary URL: http://www.mthistoryrevealed.blogspot.com/
Primary URL Description: Montana History Revealed Blog
Blog Title: Married by the Mob
Website: Montana History Revealed


A new series: Tales of True Crime in Montana
Grant details: PJ-50040-09
Title: A new series: Tales of True Crime in Montana
Author: Kirkham, Christine
Abstract: Today's post, Rough on Rats, is the first in our True Crime series. I'm retelling it from reports published in the Anaconda Standard, Butte Intermountain, and Butte Daily Miner on April 26-27, 1894.
Date: 2012-06-21
Primary URL: http://www.mthistoryrevealed.blogspot.com/
Primary URL Description: Montana History Revealed Blog
Blog Title: A new series: Tales of True Crime in Montana
Website: Montana History Revealed


How Tilly Laskey’s Study of American Indian Objects Brought Her To Italy
Grant details: FB-55986-11
Title: How Tilly Laskey’s Study of American Indian Objects Brought Her To Italy
Author: Zimmerman, Joel for Minnesota Original
Abstract: Blog article details initial work on the ReDiscovered Minnesota project and highlights Laskey's newsletter volume 2.
Date: 8/1/2012
Primary URL: http://www.mnoriginal.org/2012/08/how-tilly-laskeys-study-of-american-indian-objects-brought-her-to-italy/
Secondary URL: https://www.facebook.com/MNoriginal
Website: Minnesota Original


Science Buzz posts by Tilly Laskey relating to ReDiscovered Minnesota
Grant details: FB-55986-11
Title: Science Buzz posts by Tilly Laskey relating to ReDiscovered Minnesota
Author: Laskey, Tilly
Abstract: Seven blog posts relating to ReDiscovered Minnesota and the Giacomo Costantino Beltrami project and living in Italy. Science Buzz blog posts are written for a non-specialist audience.
Date: 10/1/2012
Primary URL: http://www.sciencebuzz.org/blog/authors/Tilly
Primary URL Description: Science Buzz, a division of the Science Museum of Minnesota


Workshop: Peer Review Processes for Digital Media
Grant details: HD-51539-12
Title: Workshop: Peer Review Processes for Digital Media
Author: Corey Parson
Abstract: The University Press of North Georgia (UPNG), a scholarly press operated by North Georgia College & State University, is holding a workshop on peer review. This workshop is supported by the NEH Digital Start Up grant and will provide information that is useful to stakeholders in the peer review process, including university administrators, scholars, and professionals of the Humanities. Directors of the University of Florida, the University of Akron, and Wayne State University presses will also be attending this informative and groundbreaking workshop.
Date: 11/01/2012
Primary URL: http://upnorthgeorgia.org/?p=1511
Website: University Press of North Georgia


Peer Review Explained
Grant details: HD-51539-12
Title: Peer Review Explained
Author: Christopher Shull
Abstract: A question we are often asked here at the University Press is “What is this peer review thing and why is it so important?” The Oxford English Dictionary defines peer review as “The review of commercial, professional, or academic efficiency, competence, etc., by others in the same occupation” In publishing, it is the resulting professional or academic article or manuscript that is reviewed or “refereed,” a term associated with Peer Review. And in doing so, the writer(s)’ competency in the subject is reviewed.
Date: 11/05/2012
Primary URL: http://upnorthgeorgia.org/?p=1529
Website: University Press of North Georgia


From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Ruth Reid and Kent Hyde Collection
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Ruth Reid and Kent Hyde Collection
Author: Stacy Wood
Abstract: Overview and examples from the Ruth Reid and Kent Hyde Collection
Date: 12/19/2012
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2012/12/from-june-l-mazer-lesbian-archives-ruth.html
Primary URL Description: Blog of the UCLA Center for the Study of Women
Blog Title: From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Ruth Reid and Kent Hyde Collection
Website: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/


Happy Juneteenth!
Grant details: BI-50141-11
Title: Happy Juneteenth!
Author: Nina McCune
Abstract: Teaching United States History: working through the United States history survey, this blog examines what we teach and why, how we teach it and with what tools, and what assignments we use and how we evaluate them. It's a forum for teachers and students to discuss their experiences in teaching and studying United States history. The 2012 NEH Summer Experience was explored by this participant.
Date: 6/19/2012
Primary URL: http://teachingunitedstateshistory.blogspot.com/2012/06/happy-juneteenth.html
Blog Title: Teaching United States History


African-American Monument - Savannah, GA
Grant details: BI-50141-11
Title: African-American Monument - Savannah, GA
Author: Derrick Brooms
Abstract: A brief note about Dr. Brooms' experience in Savannah and reflections on a historic monument seen while participating in the 2012 Landmarks program.
Date: 06/24/2012
Primary URL: http://drbrooms.blogspot.com/
Blog Title: Still Standing


Decoding Data- A View from the Trenches
Grant details: HK-50037-12
Title: Decoding Data- A View from the Trenches
Author: Sarah Whitcher Kansa
Abstract: Reflections on some of the key issues encountered when decoding data.
Date: 02/26/13
Primary URL: http://ux.opencontext.org/blog/2013/02/26/decoding-data-a-view-from-the-trenches/
Primary URL Description: Heritage Bytes, the Open Context blog
Blog Title: Decoding Data- A View from the Trenches
Website: Heritage Bytes (ux.opencontext.org/blog/)


Vermont newspapers by region: an interactive map
Grant details: PJ-50070-10
Title: Vermont newspapers by region: an interactive map
Author: Prudence Doherty
Abstract: An interactive google map that provides access to the newspaper titles digitized during Phase 1 of the Vermont Digital Newspaper Project. It’s simple to use. First, click on an icon to get a list of newspapers from that location. Then click on a title to get access to the digitized content. You can also start by selecting “View Larger Map” at the bottom left corner of the map.
Date: 03/17/2013
Primary URL: http://vtdnp.wordpress.com/interactive-map-vermont-newspapers-by-region/
Primary URL Description: The blog page entry to the map.
Secondary URL: http://vtdnp.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/vtdnp-interactive-map/
Secondary URL Description: The original blog entry and introduction to the map.
Website: The Vermont Digital Newspaper Project blog (http://vtdnp.wordpress.com/)


Atlanta's Own: Sadye Harris Powell
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Atlanta's Own: Sadye Harris Powell
Author: Norman, Kim
Abstract: Description of contents and preservation of the scrapbooks of African American nurse, Sadye Harris Powell.
Date: 04/18/2013
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2013/04/18/atlantas-own-sadye-harris-powell/


Blog post called "Interested in improving access to millions of digital images? "
Grant details: PW-51041-12
Title: Blog post called "Interested in improving access to millions of digital images? "
Author: Trish Rose-Sandler
Abstract: post related to goals of Art of Life, schema samples and survey
Date: 8/30/12
Primary URL: http://blog.biodiversitylibrary.org/2012/08/interested-in-improving-access-to.html
Blog Title: BHL Notes & News from the BHL staff
Website: http://blog.biodiversitylibrary.org


Blog for comments on Film Trailer at Pakistaniaat.net
Grant details: TW-50185-12
Title: Blog for comments on Film Trailer at Pakistaniaat.net
Author: Masood Raja
Abstract: Pakistaniaat is a web journal and the editor has created a blog for readers--mostly academics-to comment on the project
Date: 03/01/2013
Primary URL: http://pakistaniaat.net/2013/03/bridging-cultures-through-film-from-the-melody-queen-to-the-muslim-madonna/#comments


HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 1
Grant details: GI-50074-09
Title: HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 1
Author: Rob Schweitzer
Abstract: Title: "Handling with care: Some TLC for Montgomery Place paintings"
Date: 03/24/2010
Primary URL: https://securegrants.neh.gov/eGMS/Grant/Products/ProductsMain.aspx


HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 2
Grant details: GI-50074-09
Title: HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 2
Author: Rob Schweitzer
Abstract: Title: "What lovely ribbons you have, Cora!"
Date: 07/06/2010
Primary URL: https://www.hudsonvalley.org/community/blogs/what-lovely-ribbons-you-have-cora


HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 3
Grant details: GI-50074-09
Title: HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 3
Author: Rob Schweitzer
Abstract: Title: "Open Space Institute award connects intern Aaron Ahlstrom with Montgomery Place"
Date: 08/04/2010
Primary URL: https://www.hudsonvalley.org/community/blogs/open-space-institute-award-connects-intern-aaron-ahlstrom-montgomery-place


HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 4
Grant details: GI-50074-09
Title: HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 4
Author: Aaron Ahlstrom
Abstract: Title: "Stereoscopic: Getting 3D at Montgomery Place"
Date: 09/23/2010
Primary URL: https://www.hudsonvalley.org/community/blogs/stereoscopic-getting-3d-montgomery-place


HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 5
Grant details: GI-50074-09
Title: HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 5
Author: Aaron Ahlstrom
Abstract: Title: "En Plein Air at Montgomery Place"
Date: 11/01/2010
Primary URL: https://www.hudsonvalley.org/community/blogs/en-plein-air-montgomery-place


HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 6
Grant details: GI-50074-09
Title: HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 6
Author: Aaron Ahlstrom
Abstract: Title: "A different way of seeing at Montgomery Place"
Date: 11/04/2010
Primary URL: https://www.hudsonvalley.org/community/blogs/different-way-seeing-montgomery-place


HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 7
Grant details: GI-50074-09
Title: HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Blog Post 7
Author: Rob Schweitzer
Abstract: Title: "Super sledding at Montgomery Place"
Date: 02/08/2011
Primary URL: https://www.hudsonvalley.org/community/blogs/super-sledding-montgomery-place


First Pathfinder Arriving on July 8th
Grant details: HD-51768-13
Title: First Pathfinder Arriving on July 8th
Author: Dene Grigar
Abstract: Stuart Moulthrop, who for the last 25 years has produced many critically significant works of digital writing and art, is arriving for a series of videotaping, on July 8-9, at Washington State University Vancouver, and a public lecture on July 9th at Nouspace Gallery. The videotaping, taking place in the Electronic Literature Lab (ELL) located at the university, is aimed at producing a performance of his work that can be archived for posterity in international databases and made available in a multimedia web book.
Date: 6-24-2013
Primary URL: http://dtc-wsuv.org/wp/pathfinders
Primary URL Description: The URL is aimed at reporting and announcing the activities surrounding the "Pathfinders" project. It was created and is maintained by Dr. Dene Grigar for the purpose of the grant.
Blog Title: "Pathfinders" Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature"
Website: "Pathfinders" Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature"


From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: WAVAW
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: WAVAW
Author: Ben Sher
Abstract: A biography of the organization, called Women Against Violence Against Women, which protested the use of violence against women in movies, television, and music.
Date: 06/28/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/06/from-june-mazer-lesbian-archives-wavaw.html
Primary URL Description: CSW blog
Blog Title: Center for the Study of Women
Website: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com


Interview with Ann Giagni of the June Mazer Lesbian Archives
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: Interview with Ann Giagni of the June Mazer Lesbian Archives
Author: Ben Sher
Abstract: Profile of Ann Giagni, President of the Board of the June Maser Lesbian Archives.
Date: 06/21/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/06/interview-with-ann-giagni-of-june-mazer.html
Primary URL Description: CSW blog
Website: cswblogspot.com


From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: Broomstick Magazine
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: Broomstick Magazine
Author: Courtney Dean
Abstract: Summary of the activities of Broomstick, which was an independent, self-published radical feminist magazine dedicated to supporting and promoting women and lesbian activism and art for an audience of women over forty.
Date: 05/13/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/05/records-of-broomstick-magazine.html
Blog Title: CSW blog
Website: cswblogspot.com


From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: Grier Periodical Collection and Diana Press Records
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: Grier Periodical Collection and Diana Press Records
Author: Courtney Dean
Abstract: The Barbara Grier Periodical Collection represents a rich assemblage of feminist and lesbian themed newspapers, magazines, journals, and small press publications amassed by Grier over the years. Spanning from 1969 to 1992, the bulk of the material is from the 1980s and features periodicals from large United States metropolitan areas as well as smaller towns. Diana Press was a lesbian-feminist printing and publishing house which was started by Coletta Reid and Casey Czarnik in Baltimore, MD, in 1972, then relocated to Oakland, CA, in 1977. Most notably, Diana Press published titles by such authors as Rita Mae Brown and Judy Grahn and reprinted Jeannette Foster’s pioneering Sex Variant Women in Literature.
Date: 03/19/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/03/grier-periodical-collection-and-diana.html
Primary URL Description: CSW blog
Blog Title: CSW blog
Website: cswblogspot.com


From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: Lesbian Schoolworker Records
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: Lesbian Schoolworker Records
Author: Kimberlee Granholm
Abstract: An overview of the Lesbian Schoolworkers Records, which contains information regarding organizational history, principles of unity and structure, press releases, newsletters, flyers, paste-ups, and photographs. With a commitment to "fighting racism, sexism, class, and oppression within our own movement and this society," the group organized in 1977 to defeat Propositions 6 and 7. While this organization was among the many to rally against the bill, it also actively campaigned against anti-lesbian and pro-death penalty laws and sought to identify the relationship between Third World oppression and the oppression of all lesbians.
Date: 02/19/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/02/from-june-l-mazer-lesbian-archives.html
Primary URL Description: CSW blog
Blog Title: CSW blog
Website: cswblogspot.com


Impetus, Momentum, Buridan Conference
Grant details: RZ-51468-12
Title: Impetus, Momentum, Buridan Conference
Author: Janet Sassi
Abstract: Fordham Notes, blog post about the conference
Date: 10/24/2012
Primary URL: http://fordhamnotes.blogspot.com/2012/10/impetus-momentum-buridan-conference.html
Blog Title: Fordham Notes, A newsblog from Fordham University's News and Media Relations Bureau


Preserve & Protect: The Benefits of Polyester Encapsulation to preserve the John Larkin Smith (1882-1936) Scrapbook
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Preserve & Protect: The Benefits of Polyester Encapsulation to preserve the John Larkin Smith (1882-1936) Scrapbook
Author: Sawyer, Suzanne
Abstract: Description of preservation work on Jolly John Larkin scrapbook
Date: 12/3/13
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2013/12/03/preserve-protect-the-benefits-of-polyester-encapsulation-to-preserve-the-john-larkin-smith-1882-1936-scrapbook/
Primary URL Description: Main MARBL blog
Blog Title: MARBL Scholar Blog


Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University acquires scrapbook that sheds light on Wm. Sanders Scarborough
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University acquires scrapbook that sheds light on Wm. Sanders Scarborough
Author: Ronnick, Michele Valerie
Abstract: Visiting Wayne State University professor describes importance of SAT grant
Date: 5/11/2011
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2011/11/16/mississippi-baptist-minister-reverend-ollie-turners-scrapbook/


From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: Diane F. Germaine Papers
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: Diane F. Germaine Papers
Author: Ben Raphael Sher
Abstract: By collecting and preserving the documentation and materials that are central to women’s lives, the June Mazer Lesbian Archives preserves details of American culture that have long been invisible in archival histories.  The Diane F. Germain papers exemplify this fact. Germain is a French-American lesbian-feminist psychiatric social worker. She conducts the Lesbian History Project and created and conducted a strength group for Women Survivors of Incest and/or childhood molestation for five years. She was one of the founding members of Dykes on Hikes, The Lesbian Referral Services, Beautiful Lesbian Thespians and California Women's Art Collective. She was an early principal member of the San Diego Lesbian Organization and a collective member of both Las Hermanas and Califia, a separatist lesbian community.
Date: 07/29/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013_07_01_archive.html
Primary URL Description: CSW blog
Blog Title: CSW Blog
Website: uclacsw.blogspot.com


From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Daughters of Bilitis Records
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Daughters of Bilitis Records
Author: Ben Raphael Sher
Abstract: he June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives at UCLA are exciting because they allow researchers to investigate important historical institutions and events in the lesbian community from multiple angles. The Daughters of Bilitis records collection gives the researcher a unique opportunity to understand how one of the earliest LGBTQ organizations developed during a time of profound oppression and invisibility for LGBTQ people.
Date: 08/14/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/08/from-june-mazer-lesbian-archives.html
Primary URL Description: CSW Blog
Blog Title: CSW blog
Website: cswblogspot.com


Mysteries of the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Martha Foster Collection
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: Mysteries of the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Martha Foster Collection
Author: Ben Raphael Sher
Abstract: One of the joys of working in an archive, for archivists and researchers, is coming across tantalizing mysteries. A huge range of women have donated to The June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives, ranging from public figures like Margarethe Cammermeyer to lesser-known, but no less historically important, women. Occasionally, a very intriguing collection will come with a minimum of identifying information about the woman to whom it belonged. I interviewed Stacy E. Wood, a Graduate Student Researcher working on processing the Mazer collections for UCLA, about one such collection: The Martha Foster Collection. While looking through the Mazer holdings at UCLA, Wood came across Foster’s papers, which included a small amount of poetry and many striking photographs, taken in her backyard in Echo Park in the early 1930s. “They’re really gorgeous,” says Wood. “They almost look like test costume shots. There are hundreds of them. And I couldn’t find any information about her. Even Angela Brinskele (photographer and board member of the Mazer Archive) couldn’t find a death certificate or birth dates.”
Date: 08/29/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/08/mysteries-of-june-l-mazer-archive.html
Primary URL Description: CSW blog
Blog Title: CSW blog
Website: cswblogspot.com


From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Angela Brinskele
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Angela Brinskele
Author: Ben Raphael Sher
Abstract: One of the treasures of the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives at UCLA is a collection of approximately 800 photos by Angela Brinskele, Director of Communications at the Archives, which chronicle Los Angeles’ lesbian community from 1991-2013 (with the majority covering the last 10 years). Brinskele first began taking photographs as a teenager in Orange County in the late 1970s. Los Angeles is perennially a smorgasbord of images waiting to be captured, and Brinskele and her friends went to places like Chasen’s Restaurant, The Beverly Hilton Hotel, and the stage door of The Merv Griffin Show to photograph stars including Bette Davis, James Stewart, Bob Hope, Audrey Hepburn, Johnny Carson, and Gene Kelly.
Date: 09/16/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013_09_01_archive.html
Primary URL Description: CSW Blog
Blog Title: CSW blog
Website: uclacsw.blogspot.com


From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Processing A/V
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Processing A/V
Author: Ben Raphael Sher
Abstract: The audiovisual holdings of the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives make up a significant part of its contents. Graduate Student Researchers Kimberlee Granholm and Daniel Williford, who have been processing the A/V holdings, estimate that the collection contains 230 VHS recordings that are unavailable anywhere else, 60 to 70 VHS movies and other easily accessed materials, and 50 items in DVD, Matic, Beta, 16mm, 8mm, and Super 8 formats. Granholm and Williford have reviewed and processed between 150 and 200 items, and it has proven quite an exciting adventure. I met with the two of them to discuss what they have found the holdings and why these findings are so important to scholars, UCLA, the LGBT community, and anyone interested in the complete history of twentieth and twenty-first centuries..
Date: 10/22/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/10/from-june-l-mazer-lesbian-archive.html
Primary URL Description: CSW blog
Blog Title: CSW blog
Website: uclacsw.blogspot.com


Preserve & Protect: The Benefits of Polyester Encapsulation to preserve the John Larkin Smith (1882-1936) Scrapbook
Grant details: PT-50202-11
Title: Preserve & Protect: The Benefits of Polyester Encapsulation to preserve the John Larkin Smith (1882-1936) Scrapbook
Author: Sawyer, Suzanne
Abstract: Describes preservation of African American entertainer Jolly John Larkin scrapbook
Date: 12/03/2013
Primary URL: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/marbl/2013/12/03/preserve-protect-the-benefits-of-polyester-encapsulation-to-preserve-the-john-larkin-smith-1882-1936-scrapbook/


Reflections on the NEH Summer Institute
Grant details: EH-50325-12
Title: Reflections on the NEH Summer Institute
Author: Will Cunningham
Abstract: A NEH Summer Scholars reflections on their time in Savannah.
Date: 10/16/2013
Primary URL: http://projecthbw.blogspot.com/2013/10/reflections-on-neh-summer-institute.html
Blog Title: HBW: The Project on the History of Black Writing


Treasures from the Vault: Harald Szeemann's "Project Files"
Grant details: PW-51045-12
Title: Treasures from the Vault: Harald Szeemann's "Project Files"
Author: Melanie Tran
Abstract: This blog post explores how the pioneering curator, Harald Szeemann, revitalized and expanded the Venice Biennale. As an independent curator, nurturer of the arts, and staunch advocate of new artists, Szeemann left an enormous legacy—both intellectual and physical, that is of tremendous interest to scholars, researchers and the general public nationally and globally. The Szeemann archive, held by the Getty Research Library is currently being processed by special collections catalogers at the Getty Research Institute which was made possible in part through support from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The “Project files” series will be the first to be catalogued and made publically available. Szeemann is known for his innovative and thought- provoking exhibitions held many influential positions during his career, including his appointment as the Visual Arts Director of La Biennale di Venezia for 1999 and 200—the only person with the distinction of holding this position for more than one term. Most notably, he became the first curator to include multiple contemporary Chinese artists in a traditionally Western-oriented institution. He also juxtaposed more well-known artists with up-and-coming ones in the same spaces. Szeemann envisioned a space that would blur traditional boundaries, and preferred the international show to be more of a “melting pot,” while respecting the effect of the Biennale to reinforce national identities.
Date: 05/31/2013
Primary URL: http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/treasures-from-the-vault-harald-szeemanns-project-files/
Primary URL Description: This URL links to "The Getty Iris" an online Getty magazine that features articles on "Treasures from the Vault," such as this blog article "Harald Szeemann’s Project Files," which is directly accessible though this link.


Treasures from the Vault: Harald Szeemann, From Vision to Nail
Grant details: PW-51045-12
Title: Treasures from the Vault: Harald Szeemann, From Vision to Nail
Author: Pietro Rigolo
Abstract: This blog post explores the curatorial vision of Harald Szeemann, who in 1969 declared his independence. Resigning from the Kunsthalle Bern, the curator decided to pursue an independent career outside of traditional art institutions and to personally assume every single decision and risk in his projects, from the very first concept to the final dismantling of the exhibition. He chose “From Vision to Nail” as one of the mottos for his newly established Agency for Intellectual Guest Labor, a one-man enterprise and a conceptual tool to identify his activity in the economic, political, and artistic fields. “From Vision to Nail” could be easily applied as a catchphrase to the main section of Szeemann’s archive, the Project Files, which are now open for research at the Getty Research Institute. The archive consisting of more than 500 boxes containing thousands of papers, documents the curatorial process of his more than 150 exhibitions, spanning a nearly 50-year career. Previously scattered between Bern and Ticino, Switzerland, in the mid-1980s the archive was permanently housed on two floors of a former watch factory in Maggia, Switzerland. The Szeemann archive is now located in the United States, through recent acquisition by the Getty Research Institute (Los Angeles, CA). Accelerated public access to the Project Files for new scholarship, research, and artistic production has been made possible through generous funding support from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Date: 06/26/2013
Primary URL: http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/treasures-from-the-vault-harald-szeemann-from-vision-to-nail/
Primary URL Description: This URL links to "The Getty Iris" an online Getty magazine that features articles on "Treasures from the Vault," such as this blog article "Harald Szeemann, From Vision to Nail," which is directly accessible though this link.


Unfolding Metamorphosis: The Learning as Playing Blgo
Grant details: HD-50932-10
Title: Unfolding Metamorphosis: The Learning as Playing Blgo
Author: Jacqueline Reid-Walsh
Abstract: a reflective account of the Learning as Playing project and my study of early movable books. I started it in September 2013 and it is ongoing.
Date: 3/15/10
Primary URL: http://http://sites.psu.edu/learningasplaying/
Website: http://sites.psu.edu/learningasplaying/


Multiple Posting
Grant details: RA-50065-08
Title: Multiple Posting
Author: Corbett, Glenn J.
Abstract: 2011 New Eyeballs on Ancient Texts. Bible History Daily (October). 2012 The Edomite Stronghold of Sela. Bible History Daily (December). 2012 The Autographed Rock Art of Southern Jordan. Bible History Daily (October). 2012 Solving the Enigma of Petra and the Nabataeans Bible History Daily (August). 2012 Word Play: The Written Word in Ancient Israel. Bible History Daily (July). 2012 GIS in Archaeology. Bible History Daily (July).
Date: 12/12/2012
Primary URL: http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/biblehistorydaily/
Blog Title: Bible History Daily
Website: http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/biblehistorydaily/


From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: WAVAW
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June Mazer Lesbian Archives: WAVAW
Author: Ben Raphael Sher
Abstract: Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW), a feminist activist organization, was founded in 1976 in Los Angeles by anti-pornography activist Marcia Womongold. The Los Angeles chapter of WAVAW was formed out of an ad hoc coalition of feminist groups who joined forces to protest a film called Snuff and the advertising campaign for the Rolling Stones album, Black and Blue.
Date: 06/28/2013
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2013/06/from-june-mazer-lesbian-archives-wavaw.html
Primary URL Description: CSW blog
Website: CSW website


From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: The Dyke Olympics and Other Lesbian Pastimes
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: The Dyke Olympics and Other Lesbian Pastimes
Author: Jonathan Cohn
Abstract: The audiovisual materials in the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives include an assortment of home movies and recordings of speeches, conferences, dances, parades, concerts, fundraisers, socials, retreats, news stories, comedy routines, television episodes, movies, and documentaries. In addition, there are also thousands of prints, slides, and art depicting everything from the making of documentaries to events like gay pride parades, meetings, classes, camps, protests, parties, retreats, and the Dyke Olympics. As a graduate student researcher on the project, I cataloged and began the process of digitizing these materials.
Date: 06/09/2014
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2014/06/from-june-l-mazer-lesbian-archives-dyke.html
Primary URL Description: CSW Blog
Website: CSW Website


From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Collective Intimacies
Grant details: PW-50779-11
Title: From the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives: Collective Intimacies
Author: Stacy Wood
Abstract: Over the past three years I have been fortunate enough to process many individual collections from the Mazer Archives, each taking on its unique contours, representing both an historical moment as well as generously contributing to the collective intimacies of the lesbian archival record. Over time, one begins to recognize that almost every collection contains evidence of community involvement and organizational activities, professional commitments as well as deeply personal materials, evidence of the impossibility of separating or compartmentalizing lesbian lives.
Date: 06/02/2014
Primary URL: http://uclacsw.blogspot.com/2014/06/from-june-l-mazer-lesbian-archives_2.html
Primary URL Description: CSW Blog
Website: CSW Website


The Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection Soon Available Online
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: The Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection Soon Available Online
Author: Caitlin Goodman
Abstract: The first in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This initial post announces the grant and the creation of a digitized collection.
Date: 3/9/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1482
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about the upcoming online availability of the Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


If I Were an 18th Century Manuscript
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: If I Were an 18th Century Manuscript
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The second in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post discusses the conservation process for the manuscripts sent to the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts for treatment.
Date: 4/25/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1527
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about the conservation of the Pennsylvania German manuscripts.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


Beware! Lions, Tigers and Bears in the Rare Book Department
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: Beware! Lions, Tigers and Bears in the Rare Book Department
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The third in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post discusses the discovery of a variety of historically significant watermarks in the Pennsylvania German Manuscripts.
Date: 6/5/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1551
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about watermarks found in the Pennsylvania German Manuscripts.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


A Collection of Musick Adapted for the Harpsichord ex Libris Michael Hillegas
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: A Collection of Musick Adapted for the Harpsichord ex Libris Michael Hillegas
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The fourth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post discusses the history a manuscript of music adapted for the harpsichord in the Borneman collection that was owned by Michael Hillegas, the first Treasurer of the United States.
Date: 7/9/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1568
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a harpsichord music manuscript owned by a significant historical figure.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


Gertrude Rapp, Expert in Silk and Song
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: Gertrude Rapp, Expert in Silk and Song
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The fifth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post examines the songbook, or Liederbuch, of Gertrude Rapp, the granddaughter of the founder of the Harmony Society, a pietistic group.
Date: 7/31/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1583
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a songbook manuscript in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part One
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part One
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The sixth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post is the first in a series of four posts introducing three historically important manuscripts in the Borneman collection about the Moravians.
Date: 10/26/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1620
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about three Moravian manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Two
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Two
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The seventh in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post is the second in a series of four posts introducing three historically important manuscripts in the Borneman collection about the Moravians.
Date: 10/26/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1621
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about one of three Moravian manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Three
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Three
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The eighth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post is the third in a series of four posts introducing three historically important manuscripts in the Borneman collection about the Moravians.
Date: 10/26/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1622
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about one of three Moravian manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Four
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: If I’m Happy, Then I Must Sing, Part Four
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The ninth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post is the fourth in a series of four posts introducing three historically important manuscripts in the Borneman collection about the Moravians.
Date: 10/26/12
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1624
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about one of three Moravian manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


What to Say While Fastening the Garland to the Gable
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: What to Say While Fastening the Garland to the Gable
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The tenth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post explores a manuscript in the collection likely put together by a master carpenter for a "topping out ceremony," an important tradition in the building trade.
Date: 4/8/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1708
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a manuscript for a topping out ceremony.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


It’s the Little Things in Life That Matter ~ The Jacob Anthony Grist Mill Ledger, 1842-1868
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: It’s the Little Things in Life That Matter ~ The Jacob Anthony Grist Mill Ledger, 1842-1868
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The eleventh in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post explores the process of identifying the source and author of a ledger book in the Borneman collection.
Date: 6/27/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1783
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about identifying a ledger book in the manuscript collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


The Skies Proclaim the Work of His Hands ~ Carl Friederich Egelmann (1782-1860)
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: The Skies Proclaim the Work of His Hands ~ Carl Friederich Egelmann (1782-1860)
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The twelfth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post examines a significant "how to" book written by Carl Friederich Egelmann, a well-known coachmaker.
Date: 7/17/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1789
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a historically significant manuscript by Carl Friederich Egelmann.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


MAGICAL CHARMS ~ MEDICAL CURES
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: MAGICAL CHARMS ~ MEDICAL CURES
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The thirteenth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post discusses folk medicine treatments found in manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Date: 10/15/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1856
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about folk medicine in Borneman manuscripts.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


I Must Do What Is Right For Me ~ The Jacob Eichholtz Book of Sketches and Painterly Advice
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: I Must Do What Is Right For Me ~ The Jacob Eichholtz Book of Sketches and Painterly Advice
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The fourteenth in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This post examines a "commonplace" book of sketches and advice by painter Jacob Eichholtz.
Date: 11/14/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1875
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about a manuscript of sketches and advice by Jacob Eichholtz in the Borneman collection.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


John Derstine Souder’s Fraktur in the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Collection
Grant details: PT-50192-11
Title: John Derstine Souder’s Fraktur in the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Collection
Author: Del-Louise Moyer
Abstract: The last in a series of 15 posts on the Free Library of Philadelphia's blog discussing the Henry Stauffer Borneman Pennsylvania German Manuscript Collection and the Save America's Treasures grant to digitize and conserve select manuscripts from the collection. This final post discusses the Fraktur by John Derstine Souder found in multiple manuscripts in the Borneman collection.
Date: 12/9/13
Primary URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/blog/index.cfm?postid=1886
Primary URL Description: A Free Library Blog post about the Fraktur of John Derstine Souder found in Borneman collection manuscripts.
Blog Title: Free Library Blog
Website: Free Library of Philadelphia


American Cultural Dance
Grant details: AC-50169-13
Title: American Cultural Dance
Author: Dr. Apanakhi Buckley
Abstract: In our NEH syllabus work-session when describing a participant's response to one of his studies, the quote Chad shared was notable, “When we were singing the songs you felt harmony—connecting with the harmony within yourself.” That’s what I felt working with Chad on the Indigenous Studies project—harmony within myself. Chad has agreed to co-teach the American Cultural Dance course with me, and I think we can look forward to an inspiring course.
Date: 5/16/2013
Primary URL: http://www.heritage.edu/FacultyStaff/CILTResourcesforFaculty/SomosIndiosWeareIndian/SomosIndiosBlog/tabid/1195/EntryId/31/American-Cultural-Dance.aspx
Primary URL Description: This blog entry is posted on the Center for Inter-cultural Teaching and Learning site at Heritage University, and is most easily accessed through the link provided, but also can be found by searching the Heritage University main page (CILT).
Blog Title: American Cultural Dance (Teaching an NEH Developed Course with invited scholar, Chad Hamill)


Thoughts on Cultural Images and Objectives
Grant details: AC-50169-13
Title: Thoughts on Cultural Images and Objectives
Author: Janet Castilleja
Abstract: Kim Christen’s talk on the use of images of cultural objects and activities made me think about cultural images and objects that I have been around as a member of the Samish Indian Nation.
Date: 11/27/2013
Primary URL: http://www.heritage.edu/FacultyStaff/CILTResourcesforFaculty/CILTBlog/tabid/1039/tagid/16/Indios.aspx
Primary URL Description: This blog entry is posted on the Center for Inter-cultural Teaching and Learning site at Heritage University, and is most easily accessed through the link provided, but also can be found by searching the Heritage University main page (CILT).
Blog Title: Thoughts on Cultural Images and Objectives


Reflections on Indigenous Womanhood: Beyond the Body Politic
Grant details: AC-50169-13
Title: Reflections on Indigenous Womanhood: Beyond the Body Politic
Author: Winona Wynn
Abstract: As we ponder, negotiate, and question the words of our visiting scholars for this National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) curriculum development project, we are challenged to discover and rethink hidden dimensions of our own identities, as well as those that have been defined for us through culture, governmental policy, religion, and what Iranian scholar Hamedraza Kohzadi terms, “overtly individualized western culture.” Kate Shanley, in her talk titled, “Finding the Right Words: Studying Indigenous ‘Gender’ Through an Indigenous Method of Inquiry” tells a traditional Crow Indian story of Ihkawaleische (Hand Star) and by so doing, she identifies “storytelling” as an indigenous method of inquiry.
Date: 6/24/2013
Primary URL: http://www.heritage.edu/FacultyStaff/CILTResourcesforFaculty/SomosIndiosWeareIndian/SomosIndiosBlog/tabid/1195/EntryId/32/Reflections-on-Indigenous-Womanhood-Beyond-the-Body-Politic.aspx
Primary URL Description: This blog entry is posted on the Center for Inter-cultural Teaching and Learning site at Heritage University, and is most easily accessed through the link provided, but also can be found by searching the Heritage University main page (CILT).
Blog Title: Reflections on Indigenous Womanhood: Beyond the Body Politic


Some of Byrd's Words...
Grant details: FT-51529-03
Title: Some of Byrd's Words...
Author: Kevin Joel Berland
Abstract: In his Dividing Line histories, William Byrd introduced several words not represented in the Oxford English Dictionary. In this blog posting I discuss a number of examples
Date: 10/2/2013
Primary URL: http://netwallah.blogspot.com/2013/10/some-of-byrds-words.html
Primary URL Description: My occasional blog on scholarly issues.
Secondary URL: http://uncpressblog.com/2013/12/19/kevin-joel-berland-william-byrd-ii-archiving-colonial-virginias-natural-history/
Secondary URL Description: UNC Press's blog, discussing the edition and linking to my blog post
Blog Title: Netwallah Redivivus
Website: http://netwallah.blogspot.com/


"Byrd's Lightning."
Grant details: FT-51529-03
Title: "Byrd's Lightning."
Author: Kevin Joel Berland
Abstract: A discussion of meteorology in WIlliam Byrd's Dividing Line Histories
Date: 11/30/2013
Primary URL: http://netwallah.blogspot.com/2013/11/byrds-lightning.html
Primary URL Description: My occasional blog on scholarly matters
Secondary URL: http://uncpressblog.com/2013/12/19/kevin-joel-berland-william-byrd-ii-archiving-colonial-virginias-natural-history/
Secondary URL Description: "Kevin Joel Berland: William Byrd II, Archiving Colonial Virginia’s Natural History" -- an introduction and link to my blog.
Blog Title: UNC Press Blogs
Website: http://netwallah.blogspot.com/


"Scrapbooking in the Civil War"
Grant details: RA-20221-01
Title: "Scrapbooking in the Civil War"
Author: Ellen Gruber Garvey
Abstract: Examines the role of scrapbooks in preserving Civil War memories.
Date: 11/13/2012
Blog Title: New York Times Disunion blog
Website: New York Times


"Strategic Scrapbooks: Hidden Histories of the Early Women's Movement"
Grant details: RA-20221-01
Title: "Strategic Scrapbooks: Hidden Histories of the Early Women's Movement"
Author: Ellen Gruber Garvey
Abstract: Discusses role of scrapbooks in women's political organizing.
Date: 8/26/2013
Blog Title: Vitamin W
Website: Vitamin W


Crowdsourcing and BHL: Current Projects that Allow Users to Help Us Improve Our Library!
Grant details: PW-51041-12
Title: Crowdsourcing and BHL: Current Projects that Allow Users to Help Us Improve Our Library!
Author: Trish Rose-Sandler
Abstract: Blog post which gives an update on all the crowdsourcing activities BHL engages it through various projects
Date: 11/06/14
Primary URL: http://blog.biodiversitylibrary.org/2014/11/crowdsourcing-and-bhl-current-projects.html


Music Addressability API
Grant details: HD-51836-14
Title: Music Addressability API
Author: Raffaele Viglianti
Abstract: Blog post reporting on EMA project progress
Date: 11/24/2014
Primary URL: http://mith.umd.edu/music-addressability-api/
Primary URL Description: Blog post URL.
Blog Title: Music Addressability API
Website: MITH blog


Fun with Seeds
Grant details: PW-50913-11
Title: Fun with Seeds
Author: Andrew Tschinkel
Abstract: A blog post on nursery and seed trade catalogs, also discussing The New York Botanical Garden's NEH-funded project to process and partially digitize its Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection.
Date: 12/18/14
Primary URL: http://blog.biodiversitylibrary.org/2014/12/fun-with-seeds.html
Website: Biodiversity Heritage Library


The Union's Fake Canadians
Grant details: FB-56857-13
Title: The Union's Fake Canadians
Author: Adam Arenson
Abstract: --
Date: 9/26/2014
Primary URL: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/author/adam-arenson/
Website: nytimes.com


2013-07-10: WARCreate and WAIL: WARC, Wayback and Heritrix Made Easy
Grant details: HD-51670-13
Title: 2013-07-10: WARCreate and WAIL: WARC, Wayback and Heritrix Made Easy
Author: Mat Kelly
Abstract: WARCreate - a Google Chrome extension that allows you to create WARC files from any webpage Web Archiving Integration Layer (WAIL) - a re-packaged Wayback and Heritrix that aims to be "One-Click User Instigated Preservation" I had developed these two packages for JCDL2012 and PDA2013, respectively, with the former being given the Future Steward award from the National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) at Digital Preservation 2012.
Date: 07/10/2013
Primary URL: http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2013/07/2013-07-10-warcreate-and-wail-warc.html


2013-10-11: Archive What I See Now
Grant details: HD-51670-13
Title: 2013-10-11: Archive What I See Now
Author: Michele Weigle
Abstract: Earlier this year, we were awarded an NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant for our project "Archive What I See Now": Bringing Institutional Web Archiving Tools to the Individual Researcher. We were invited to attend the NEH Office of Digital Humanities Project Directors' Meeting in early October, but due to the government shutdown, the meeting was cancelled. Here I'll give the quick overview of the project that I'd planned for that meeting.
Date: 10/11/13
Primary URL: http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2013/10/2013-10-11-archive-what-i-see-now.html


Making Peace with Nature: The Greening of the Korean Demilitarized Zone
Grant details: RA-50095-10
Title: Making Peace with Nature: The Greening of the Korean Demilitarized Zone
Author: Eleana Kim
Abstract: Through my ongoing research on the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), I am engaging with broader questions about the “nature” of militarized landscapes and the production of their ecological value. In this piece, I examine how South Korean state and NGO projects configure the DMZ as a unique site of biodiversity that could provide the basis for sustainable development and also peace on the Korean peninsula. These projects, however, often depend upon a branding of the DMZ as a bounded space of pristine nature, disregarding the more complex social and political landscapes of the inter-Korean border region, of which the DMZ is just one part. This tendency to fetishize the DMZ and its “nature,” moreover, disguises the ways in which global capitalism, development, and militarization are affecting other parts of the border region, areas where the majority of what is known of the “DMZ’s biodiversity” exists.
Date: 06/25/2013
Primary URL: http://www.aaanet.org/sections/ae/index.php/eleanakim/
Blog Title: Engagement Blog of the Anthropology and Environment Society: A Section of the American Anthropological Association
Website: American Anthropological Association


Returning Cranes to North Korea: Eleana Kim on the Grus japonensis
Grant details: RA-50095-10
Title: Returning Cranes to North Korea: Eleana Kim on the Grus japonensis
Author: Eleana Kim
Abstract: Eleana Kim describes the politicized journey of survival of one of the largest bird species on the planet, and talks with Bernhard Seliger, representative of the Hanns Seidel Foundation in South Korea.
Date: 09/01/2012
Primary URL: http://sinonk.com/2012/09/01/returning-cranes-to-north-korea-grus-japonensis/
Blog Title: Sino NK: Environmental Issues
Website: Sino NK


Iliad 12 as Oral Traditional Poetry
Grant details: RQ-50629-12
Title: Iliad 12 as Oral Traditional Poetry
Author: Casey Dué Hackney
Abstract: A description of the 2014 Homer Multitext summer seminar, at which new researchers for the project are trained.
Date: 6/29/2014
Primary URL: http://homermultitext.blogspot.com/2014/06/iliad-12-as-oral-traditional-poetry.html
Blog Title: The Homer Multitext


Publishing the HMT archive
Grant details: RQ-50629-12
Title: Publishing the HMT archive
Author: Neel Smith
Abstract: Information about how Homer Multitext data (including the data for our edition of the Venetus A manuscript of the Iliad, funded by this grant) is published and how to access it.
Date: 2/27/2014
Primary URL: http://homermultitext.blogspot.com/2014/02/publishing-hmt-archive.html
Blog Title: The Homer Multitext


Local Teacher Helps Students Connect to Bay Area history
Grant details: BH-50576-13
Title: Local Teacher Helps Students Connect to Bay Area history
Author: Bryan Shaw
Author: Rachel Reinhard
Abstract: Bryan Shaw participated in our NEH Landmark Workshop: Movement, Mobilization, and Militarization: The Bay Area Home Front in World War II. As a result of his learnings at the workshop, he took his students to tour one of the sites he visited this summer. In this article, he describes how he was able to leverage a local landmark to help his students make greater meaning of a global event through exploration of local history.
Date: 3/17/2015
Primary URL: http://http://ucbhssp.berkeley.edu/news/meet-our-teachers
Primary URL Description: Meet Our Teachers page on the UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project website.
Secondary URL: http://http://ucbhssp.berkeley.edu/
Secondary URL Description: UCBHSSP website.
Blog Title: Meet our Teachers.
Website: UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project.


“What Is Montage? [Chto takoe montazh?]”
Grant details: HD-51106-10
Title: “What Is Montage? [Chto takoe montazh?]”
Author: Daria Khitrova
Author: Yuri Tsivian
Abstract: Accessible-language description of what Cinemetrics measures and why
Date: 8/2/2012
Primary URL: http://www.colta.ru/docs/4210
Primary URL Description: Colta.ru
Website: Colta.ru


On Cinemetrics, Video Essays, and Digital Scholarship
Grant details: HD-51106-10
Title: On Cinemetrics, Video Essays, and Digital Scholarship
Author: Daria Khitrova
Author: Yuri Tsivian
Abstract: On Digital Film Studies and Cinemetrics Methods and Results. Interview
Date: 12/1/2013
Primary URL: www.tft.ucla.edu/mediascape/Winter2013_Cinemetrics.html
Primary URL Description: Mediascape
Website: Mediascape


Illuminating New York City Through Material Culture
Grant details: PW-51704-14
Title: Illuminating New York City Through Material Culture
Author: Lindsay Turley
Abstract: This blog post on the Museum's Collections Blog announces the Museum's successful application and funding award to process, digitize and rehouse the ephemera collections. It provides an overview of the project, and shares some highlights.
Date: 6/17/2014
Primary URL: http://mcnyblog.org/2014/06/17/illuminating-new-york-city-through-material-culture/
Primary URL Description: This is a link to the specific blog post.
Secondary URL: http://mcnyblog.org
Secondary URL Description: This is a link to the blog's home page.
Blog Title: MCNY Blog: New York Stories
Website: Museum of the City of New York


WEEKEND WITH THE GALLIMAUFRY: UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH COLLECTION ADDED TO METADATA GAMES
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: WEEKEND WITH THE GALLIMAUFRY: UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH COLLECTION ADDED TO METADATA GAMES
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “Tiltfactor and the University of Edinburgh, Library and University Collections are excited to announce the addition of over 3,300 images from the University of Edinburgh to Metadata Games. This collection, a miscellaneous “gallimaufry” (a confused jumble or medley) of digitized items from Special Collections, displays the sheer variety and breadth of material held by the Centre for Research Collections.”
Date: 12/8/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/weekend-with-the-gallimaufry-university-of-edinburgh-collection-added-to-metadata-games/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


US HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM TO ADD COLLECTION TO METADATA GAMES
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: US HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM TO ADD COLLECTION TO METADATA GAMES
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “Dartmouth College’s Tiltfactor, an interdisciplinary innovation studio, is excited to announce new work with collections from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will work with Tiltfactor to use Metadata Games, an open source crowdsourcing game platform, to collect data on a select subset of its collection of 89,000 historical photographs.”
Date: 03/23/2015
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/us-holocaust-memorial-museum-to-add-collection-to-metadata-games/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


GAME CHANGER
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: GAME CHANGER
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: Update on Metadata Games project and related initiatives resulting from the project, such as the Crowdsourcing Consortium for Libraries and Archives (CCLA) funded by the IMLS and developing transcription games with the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL).
Date: 11/7/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/game-changer/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY TO ADD POLITICAL CARTOON COLLECTION TO METADATA GAMES
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY TO ADD POLITICAL CARTOON COLLECTION TO METADATA GAMES
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “We are excited to announce Tiltfactor’s newest partnership with the American Antiquarian Society (AAS), which houses the largest and most accessible collection of printed materials from the United States, the West Indies, and parts of Canada pre-1876.”
Date: 8/18/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/american-antiquarian-society-to-add-political-cartoon-collection-to-metadata-games/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


NANCY TOVAR COLLECTION AND METADATA GAMES
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: NANCY TOVAR COLLECTION AND METADATA GAMES
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: Blog post by Tiltfactor Student, on her connection to Metadata Games and the Nancy Tovar Collection from the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.
Date: 8/11/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/nancy-tovar-collection-and-metadata-games/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


TILTFACTOR SELECTED FOR MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN’S PURPOSEFUL GAMING GRANT
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: TILTFACTOR SELECTED FOR MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN’S PURPOSEFUL GAMING GRANT
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: Announcement of the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) selecting Tiltfactor as designer to develop games to aid in verification of transcribed field notes and other documents in BHL’s vast collection… This partnership allows us to continue our research into game crowdsourcing for humanities applications, the focus of our on-going work with the Metadata Games project. We aim to use our experience from Metadata Games to assist the BHL in expanding access to its collections through play. ”
Date: 7/21/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/tiltfactor-selected-for-missouri-botanical-gardens-purposeful-gaming-grant/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


PLAY, TAG, CONNECT! TILTFACTOR ANNOUNCES COLLABORATION WITH THE BRITISH LIBRARY ON METADATA GAMES
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: PLAY, TAG, CONNECT! TILTFACTOR ANNOUNCES COLLABORATION WITH THE BRITISH LIBRARY ON METADATA GAMES
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “Dartmouth College’s Tiltfactor, an interdisciplinary innovation studio dedicated to designing and studying games for social impact, has announced a newcollaboration with the British Library on three new games: Ships Tag, Book Tag, and Portrait Tag. Each game provides the public with an opportunity to not only explore but also add to what we know about images from the British Library’s collection.”
Date: 6/18/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/play-tag-connect-tiltfactor-announces-collaboration-with-the-british-library-on-metadata-games/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


STUPID ROBOT ARRIVES!
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: STUPID ROBOT ARRIVES!
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “This past week marked the launch of our brand new game in the Metadata Games project: Stupid Robot. In this quick and easy arcade game, players score points by teaching the adorable robot words about the image they are presented with. Players strive to teach it one word of each length, 4-letters long to 10-letters long – but there’s a catch! Stupid Robot doesn’t know every word; it only knows words that other players have already taught it.”
Date: 5/30/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/stupid-robot-arrives/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


METADATA GAMES TAG EVENT: MAY DAY! MAY DAY!
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: METADATA GAMES TAG EVENT: MAY DAY! MAY DAY!
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “Tiltfactor is proud to announce a new collaboration with the British Library! To celebrate, Tiltfactor’s Metadata Games project will launch the new tagging game Ships Tag as part of a tag event called May Day! May Day! starting midnight on May 1st. The collaboration between the British Library and Tiltfactor presents an innovative way for public users to explore and tag the British Library’ collection of over a million public domain images which were posted onto Flickr Commons in December 2013. By playing Ships Tag, players produce in-game tags which directly contribute to the Library’s content knowledge. This not only helps the British Library augment its metadata, but it also greatly expands the collection’s accessibility for public research, reuse, and repurposing. The entire collection, whose subjects range from intricate maps, geological diagrams, charts, illustrations, landscapes and more, is an amazing opportunity for players to be a part of the process of organizing this vast online collection.”
Date: 4/25/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/metadata-games-tag-event-may-day-may-day/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


CLARK LIBRARY’S HANSON COLLECTION ADDED TO METADATA GAMES
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: CLARK LIBRARY’S HANSON COLLECTION ADDED TO METADATA GAMES
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “Tiltfactor is proud to announce the addition of 4,000 new images from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library to the Metadata Games platform… Clark Library’s 4,000 images come from the David A. Hanson Collection, which documents the history of photomechanical reproduction, the process by which photography is used to make plates for printwork. Photomechanical prints were a popular visual media form in the pre-film era. The collection traces the history of this process from its introduction in 1826, through the perfection of three-color printing at the beginning of the twentieth century.”
Date: 2/26/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/clark-librarys-hanson-collection-added-to-metadata-games/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


TILTFACTOR PRESENTS METADATA GAMES: MOBILE!
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: TILTFACTOR PRESENTS METADATA GAMES: MOBILE!
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: Announced the redesign of metadatagames website and new Metadata Games for both Android and iOS, which include the single-player “Pyramid Tag,” which has players race the clock to match popular tags for images; and “One Up,” a two-player game where players ‘one up’ each other with increasingly detailed tags.
Date: 1/22/2014
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/tiltfactor-presents-metadata-games-mobile/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


METADATA GAMES AT DPLAFEST
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: METADATA GAMES AT DPLAFEST
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “Tiltfactor’s very own Geoff Kaufman and Max Seidman will share the latest developments in the Metadata Games project during a lightning demo and a panel centering on the theme of “creative ways to build and extend metadata.” Metadata Games is an online game system for gathering useful data on photo, audio, and moving image artifacts. Metadata Games seeks to engage those who might not visit archives to explore humanities content while contributing to vital records, and further enables archivists to gather and analyze information for image archives in powerful and innovative ways.”
Date: 10/22/2013
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/metadata-games-at-dplafest/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


RESEARCH TEAM, READY!
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: RESEARCH TEAM, READY!
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “The team is set to tackle a host of timely and provocative research questions. Here’s just a sample of them: Can a party game inspire greater interest in science and math? Do people act differently when they play a game on a board or on a digital device? How can we make sure people are thinking clearly and effectively, no matter what platform a game is in? How can we inspire the highest levels of participation and engagement and elicit high-quality contributions from players of a digital crowdsourcing game? Can a role-playing game build greater empathy, inspire new ways of thinking about social issues, and change the way players see themselves in the process? Which of the following would be the most distressing to players: disease-stricken dogs, cats, humans, or zombies? What could time-traveling scientists or ambitious princesses teach us about stereotypes and prejudice?”
Date: 9/17/2013
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/research-team-ready/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


UP ONE PROTOTPYING
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: UP ONE PROTOTPYING
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “The following is the third in a 3-part series of posts by Tiltfactor student interns. Metadata Games is a NEH-funded open source project that uses games to help crowdsource archive and library holding tags. Here, interns Andrea and Viviana briefly describe their prototyping process for designing a competitive multi-player mobile game.”
Date: 3/28/2013
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/up-one-prototyping/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


PROTOTYPING FOR THE DIGITAL WORLD
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: PROTOTYPING FOR THE DIGITAL WORLD
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “The following is the second in a 3-part series of posts by Tiltfactor student interns. Metadata Games is a NEH-funded open source project that uses games to help crowdsource archive and library holding tags. Below, interns Alannah and Rebecca briefly describe their process for designing a tag verification digital game.”
Date: 3/19/2013
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/prototyping-for-the-digital-world/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


JOE AND NICK: METADATA GAME CHALLENGE
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: JOE AND NICK: METADATA GAME CHALLENGE
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “The following is the first in a 3-part series of posts by Tiltfactor student interns describing the process of creating and testing new game prototypes for the lab’s Metadata Games project.Metadata Games is a NEH-funded, open source project that uses games to help crowdsource descriptive tags for archive and library holdings. Here, Joe outlines the design process he and fellow intern Nick devised for a new audio tagging game.”
Date: 3/13/2013
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/joe-and-nick-metadata-game-challenge/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


MEANINGFUL PLAY 2012 – RECAP
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: MEANINGFUL PLAY 2012 – RECAP
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “Postdoctoral researcher Geoff recently represented Tiltfactor at the International Academic Conference on Meaningful Play, held at Michigan State University. The conference brought together over 250 attendees representing more than 10 countries, all joined in the quest of designing and studying games that aim to enlighten, educate, inform, or persuade players in significant ways. During the three-day event, Geoff attended a number of inspiring keynote talks from the likes of Kurt Squire, Constance Steinkuehler, John Ferrara, Donald Brinkman, and Michael John, and panel discussions on topics ranging from “games for health” to “games and gender… [Geoff presented] the lab’s Metadata Games project as part of a panel exploring the interface between games and data.”
Date: 11/2/2012
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/meaningful-play-2012-recap/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


TILTFACTOR LABORATORY RECEIVES NEH DIGITAL HUMANITIES IMPLEMENTATION GRANT TO EXPAND METADATA GAMES, ADD OTHER MEDIA FORMATS
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: TILTFACTOR LABORATORY RECEIVES NEH DIGITAL HUMANITIES IMPLEMENTATION GRANT TO EXPAND METADATA GAMES, ADD OTHER MEDIA FORMATS
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has announced that Tiltfactor director Mary Flanagan is one of seven award recipients in the endowment’s inaugural Digital Humanities Implementation Grant program. The Digital Humanities Implementation grants ‘support the implementation of innovative digital humanities projects that have successfully completed a start-up phase and demonstrated their value to the field.”
Date: 7/31/2012
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/tiltfactor-laboratory-receives-neh-digital-humanities-implementation-grant-to-expand-metadata-games-add-other-media-formats/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


TILTFACTOR & DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARY LAUNCH GAME TO IDENTIFY ALUMNI
Grant details: HK-50021-12
Title: TILTFACTOR & DARTMOUTH COLLEGE LIBRARY LAUNCH GAME TO IDENTIFY ALUMNI
Author: Tiltfactor Staff
Abstract: “Tiltfactor Laboratory and the Rauner Special Collections Library at Dartmouth College are releasing ‘Alum Tag,’ an online casual game designed to add metadata to a large collection of photographs donated by Dartmouth alumni to the college’s archives.”
Date: 7/21/2012
Primary URL: http://www.tiltfactor.org/tiltfactor-dartmouth-college-library-launch-game-to-identify-alumni/
Blog Title: Tiltfactor Blog
Website: Tiltfactor


Musicology Now (American Musicological Society News Blog)
Grant details: RQ-50546-11
Title: Musicology Now (American Musicological Society News Blog)
Author: Holomon, Kern D.
Abstract: Report on The Lost Voices Project and its novel approach to collaborative work in musicology.
Date: 9/26/2014
Primary URL: http://musicologynow.ams-net.org/2014/09/lost-voices.html
Blog Title: Lost Voices
Website: Musicology Now


Musicology Now (American Musicological Society News Blog)
Grant details: HD-50422-08
Title: Musicology Now (American Musicological Society News Blog)
Author: Holoman, Kern D.
Abstract: Report on The Lost Voices Project and its novel approach to collaborative work in musicology.
Date: 9/26/2014
Primary URL: http://musicologynow.ams-net.org/2014/09/lost-voices.html
Website: Musicology Now (American Musicological Society)


Beating the summer heat with picnics, entertainment, and excursions
Grant details: PW-51704-14
Title: Beating the summer heat with picnics, entertainment, and excursions
Author: Lindsay Turley
Abstract: This blog post on the Museum of the City of New York's collections blog share highlights from the ephemera collections related to summer activities.
Date: 8/19/2014
Primary URL: http://mcnyblog.org/2014/08/19/beating-the-summer-heat-with-picnics-entertainment-and-excursions/
Primary URL Description: Direct link to the blog post.
Secondary URL: http://mcnyblog.org
Secondary URL Description: Link to blog home page.
Blog Title: MCNY Blog: New York Stories
Website: Museum of the City of New York


Visiting New York City's Hotels
Grant details: PW-51704-14
Title: Visiting New York City's Hotels
Author: Lindsay Turley
Abstract: This post on the Museum of the City of New York's collections blog share highlights discovered while processing the "Collection on Dining and Hospitality."
Date: 11/14/2014
Primary URL: http://mcnyblog.org/2014/11/17/hotels/
Primary URL Description: Direct link to the blog post
Secondary URL: http://mcnyblog.org
Secondary URL Description: Link to the blog home page.
Blog Title: MCNY Blog: New York Stories
Website: Museum of the City of New York


The origins of dining out in New York City
Grant details: PW-51704-14
Title: The origins of dining out in New York City
Author: Emily Chapin
Abstract: The post on the Museum of the City of New York's collections blog shares highlight discovered while preparing the "Collection on Dining and Hospitality" for digitization.
Date: 12/10/2014
Primary URL: http://mcnyblog.org/2014/12/10/the-origins-of-dining-out-in-new-york-city/
Primary URL Description: Direct link to the post on the Museum of the City of New York's blog.
Secondary URL: http://mcnyblog.org
Secondary URL Description: Home page for the Museum of the City of New York's collections blog.
Blog Title: MCNY Blog: New York Stories
Website: Museum of the City of New York


The Civilian War Effort in New York City during World War I and World War II
Grant details: PW-51704-14
Title: The Civilian War Effort in New York City during World War I and World War II
Author: Emily Arbuckle, Collections Intern
Abstract: Blog post on the Museum of the City of New York's collections blog sharing highlights discovered while processing the "Collection on World War I and II."
Date: 2/3/2014
Primary URL: http://mcnyblog.org/2015/02/03/the-civilian-war-effort-in-new-york-city-during-world-war-i-and-world-war-ii/
Primary URL Description: Direct link to blog post.
Secondary URL: http://mcnyblog.org
Secondary URL Description: Home page for the Museum of the City of New York's collections blog.
Blog Title: MCNY Blog: New York Stories
Website: Museum of the City of New York


The Folger's Mazarinades: Libraries within Libraries
Grant details: RA-50085-10
Title: The Folger's Mazarinades: Libraries within Libraries
Author: Gucer, Kathryn
Abstract: do not have
Date: 1/28/2013
Blog Title: The Collation
Website: collation.folger.edu


Open Access Results in Increased Scholarship of English Broadside Ballads
Grant details: PW-50983-12
Title: Open Access Results in Increased Scholarship of English Broadside Ballads
Author: Carl Stahmer
Abstract: N/A
Date: 7/7/2014
Primary URL: http://www.carlstahmer.com/2014/07/open-access-results-in-increased-scholarship-of -english-broadside-ballads/
Blog Title: Carl Stahmer, PhD., digital humanist
Website: http://www.carlstahmer.com


Bringing the American Civil War to high school students
Grant details: PW-51704-14
Title: Bringing the American Civil War to high school students
Author: Lindsay Turley
Abstract: This blog post describes the Collections Department's collaboration with the Education department to use archival material processed through the NEH Ephemera project to support their programming. In particular, the City Museum developed "Surpass!" a unique program to help at-risk students in local neighborhood schools prepare for the Regents examination in U.S. History and Government. The students made a total of five visits to the archives throughout the three month course. The blog post describes one in which we viewed items related to the Civil War.
Date: 5/12/2015
Primary URL: http://blog.mcny.org/2015/05/12/bringing-the-american-civil-war-to-high-school-students/
Primary URL Description: Direct link to the blog post
Secondary URL: http://blog.mcny.org/
Secondary URL Description: Blog home page
Blog Title: MCNY Blog: New York Stories
Website: www.mcny.org


Early Modern Digital Agendas 2013 participant blog posts
Grant details: HT-50067-12
Title: Early Modern Digital Agendas 2013 participant blog posts
Author: Robin Camille Davis
Author: Douglas Duhaime
Author: Matthew Harrison
Author: Jonathan Lamb
Author: Daniel Powell
Author: Jacqueline Wernimont
Author: Patrick Williams
Abstract: A compilitation of blog posts written by members of the Folger Institute's 2013 Early Modern Digital Agendas seminar
Date: 7/15/2013
Primary URL: http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/EMDA2013_participant_blog_posts


bps: berkeley prosopography services
Grant details: HD-51041-10
Title: bps: berkeley prosopography services
Author: Laurie Pearce
Abstract: Project blog
Date: 05/03/2013
Primary URL: https://berkeleypros.wordpress.com/
Blog Title: bps: berkeley prosopography services


New Report—Sustaining the Digital Humanities: Host Institution Support beyond the Start-Up Phase - See more at: http://www.sr.ithaka.org/blog-individual/new-report-sustaining-digital-humanities-host-institution-support-beyond-start-phase#sthash.qP68FfJt.d
Grant details: HK-50022-12
Title: New Report—Sustaining the Digital Humanities: Host Institution Support beyond the Start-Up Phase - See more at: http://www.sr.ithaka.org/blog-individual/new-report-sustaining-digital-humanities-host-institution-support-beyond-start-phase#sthash.qP68FfJt.d
Author: Nancy Maron
Abstract: Announcement of the New Report (Ithaka S+R website)
Date: 6/18/2014
Primary URL: http://www.sr.ithaka.org/blog-individual/new-report-sustaining-digital-humanities-host-institution-support-beyond-start-phase
Primary URL Description: Ithaka S+R website
Website: sr.ithaka.org


'Clotel': The Life Cycle of a Great American Novel
Grant details: FA-55748-11
Title: 'Clotel': The Life Cycle of a Great American Novel
Author: Ezra Greenspan
Abstract: N/a
Date: 10/14/2014
Primary URL: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ezra-greenspan/clotel-the-life-cycle-of-_b_5979382.html
Blog Title: Huffington Post, 'The Blog'
Website: www.huffingtonpost.com/


MARKUS update and new tools
Grant details: HJ-50173-14
Title: MARKUS update and new tools
Author: Ho Hou Ieong
Author: Hilde De Weerdt
Abstract: updates on tools and system development
Date: 6/1/2015
Primary URL: http://chinese-empires.eu/blog/markus-update-and-new-tools/
Secondary URL: http://chinese-empires.eu
Website: Chinese Empires


Fr. Juan de Torquemada en MS 726 de la Biblioteca Universitária de Coimbra
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: Fr. Juan de Torquemada en MS 726 de la Biblioteca Universitária de Coimbra
Author: Filipe alves Moreira
Author: Charles B. Faulhaber
Author: Pablo Saracino
Abstract: Noticia del hallazgo de nuevos ejemplares de cartas de Fr. Juan de Torquemada
Date: 11/6/2013
Primary URL: http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2013/11/06/fr-juan-de-torquemada-en
Blog Title: PhiloBLOG
Website: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/philobiblon/


PhiloBiblon 2013, n. 4 (agosto)
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: PhiloBiblon 2013, n. 4 (agosto)
Author: Charles B. Faulhaber
Author: Ángel Gómez Moreno
Author: Álvaro Bustos Táuler
Author: Antonio Cortijo
Author: María Morrás
Author: Óscar Perea Rodríguez
Author: Arthur L-F. Askins
Author: Harvey L. Sharrer
Author: Martha E. Schaffer
Author: Lourdes Soriano
Author: Cristina Sobral
Author: Pedro Pinto
Author: Filipe Alves Moreira
Author: Vicenç Beltran
Author: Gemma Avenoza
Abstract: Últimas adiciones a PhiloBIblon: BNE MSS/66. Diálogos de san Gregorio, traducción de Gonzalo de Ocaña (BETA manid 1572). Real Biblioteca II/3087. Siete partidas, con un muchacho de 13 años como copista de la primera parte (BETA manid 2985, 5345). Toledo, Biblioteca Capitular: MS 11-8. Homilías de san Gregorio (BETA manid 4027). Washington: Congress (Law) Law Spain Castile 2 139- LL RBR (BETA manid 2866), con una serie de textos legales copiados para Juan García, Veinticuatro de Córdoba, en los primeros años del s. XV. Incluye un fragmento del Fuero romance de Córdoba (1241-03-03) y una traducción trecentista del Fuero latino de Córdoba (1241-04-08), además del Ordenamiento de Alcalá de 1348, la Margarita de los pleitos de Fernando Martínez de Zamora, las Flores de las leyes de maestre Jacobo de las Leyes y varios ordenamientos reales de Enrique II y Juan I.
Date: 8/26/2013
Primary URL: http://http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2013/08/26/philobiblon-2013-n-4-agosto
Blog Title: PhiloBlog
Website: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/philobiblon/


Facsímiles digitalizados y textos electrónicos
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: Facsímiles digitalizados y textos electrónicos
Author: Charles B. Faulhaber
Author: Ángel Gómez Moreno
Author: Antonio Cortijo
Author: María Morrás
Author: Óscar Perea Rodríguez
Author: Álvaro Bustos Táuler
Author: Arthur L-F. Askins
Author: Harvey L. Sharrer
Author: Aida Fernanda Dias
Author: Martha E. Schaffer
Author: Cristina Sobral
Author: Pedro Pinto
Author: Filipe Alves Moreira
Author: Vicenç Beltran
Author: Gemma Avenoza
Author: Lourdes Soriano
Abstract: Queremos destacar el creciente número de enlaces a los facsímiles digitalizados y textos electrónicos, ya acercándose al millar entre las tres bibliografías y, desde luego, en continuo crecimiento, paralelo al efecto de las campañas de digitalización de las grandes bibliotecas. Limitándonos aquí a BETA, notamos que hay bibliotecas digitales importantes de la Real Academia de la Historia, de la Biblioteca de Catalunya, de la Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, de la Fundación Lázaro Galdiano, de la Biblioteca Histórica de la Complutense, de la Bibliothèque nacional de France... De ésta, por ejemplo, podemos citar el facsímil del Cancionero de Baena, MS Esp. 37 (BETA manid 1632 http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8452204d), cuya transcripción electrónica se puede consultar en el Cancionero electrónico del siglo XV de la University of Liverpool. Destacamos como ejemplo el facsímil digitalizado del MS RES/9 de la Biblioteca Nacional de España, el Ordenamiento de Alcalá de Henares de 1348, de Alfonso XI, copiado en vida del rey por el escribano Nicolás González (BETA manid 2826). Puede consultarse asimismo el texto electrónico entre los textos legales transcritos por la Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies (Hispanic Society of America de Nueva York)
Date: 11/23/2013
Primary URL: http://http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2013/11/23/facsimiles-digitalizados-y-textos-electronicos
Blog Title: PhiloBlog
Website: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/philobiblon/


BITABlog: Novo fragmento da tradução portuguesa da General Estoria de Afonso X
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: BITABlog: Novo fragmento da tradução portuguesa da General Estoria de Afonso X
Author: Filipe Alves Moreira
Author: Arthur L-F. Askins
Author: Harvey L. Sharrer
Author: Aida Fernanda Dias
Author: Martha E. Schaffer
Author: Cristina Sobral
Author: Pedro Pinto
Abstract: Nos últimos meses, a Torre do Tombo tem estado a digitalizar centenas de documentos da Colecção de Fragmentos. A maioria desses documentos são do século XVI mas há alguma documentação medieval. Há poucos dias, Pedro Pinto (do Centro de Estudos Históricos da Universidade Nova) encontrou, ao percorrer os novos maços digitalizados neste mês, cinco folhas da General Estoria de Afonso X, em português. Trata-se de folhas que foram cortadas e que serviram provavelmente para enchimento da encadernação de um livro. A sua preservação vai ajudar a conhecer melhor a tradição manuscrita desta tradução, tratando-se provavelmente de uma cópia de finais do século XV. Com a colaboração de Arthur L.-F. Askins, Harvey Sharrer e Mariana Leite foi possível identificar que os fragmentos abrangem porções dos capítulos 26 a 34 do Livro 7 da I Parte. Em BITAGAP online tem o Manid 5893 e o Cnum 30900.
Date: 12/8/2013
Primary URL: http://http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2013/12/08/bitablog-novo-fragmento-da-traducao
Blog Title: BITABlog
Website: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/philobiblon/index.html


Regalo de Reyes: PhiloBiblon 2014 n. 1
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: Regalo de Reyes: PhiloBiblon 2014 n. 1
Author: Charles B. Faulhaber
Author: Ángel Gómez Moreno
Author: Nicasio Salvador Miguel
Author: Antonio Cortijo
Author: María Morrás
Author: Óscar Perea Rodríguez
Author: Álvaro Bustos Táuler
Author: Arthur L-F. Askins
Author: Harvey L. Sharrer
Author: Martha E. Schaffer
Author: Cristina Sobral
Author: Pedro Pinto
Author: Filipe Alves Moreira
Author: Vicenç Beltran
Author: Gemma Avenoza
Author: Lourdes Soriano
Abstract: Se anuncio el empleo de un nuevo juego de caracteres para visualizar los textos medievales correctamente, utilizando la fuerte Junicod, v.g., la nota tironiana, la r rotunda. Se basa en Unicode Latin Extended-A y Latin Extended-B. Para
Date: 1/6/2014
Primary URL: http://http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2014/01/06/regalo-de-reyes-philobiblon-2014
Blog Title: PhiloBLOG
Website: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/philobiblon/index.html


BITABLOG: Aida Fernanda Dias (1925-2014)
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: BITABLOG: Aida Fernanda Dias (1925-2014)
Author: Arthur L-F. Askins
Author: Harvey L. Sharrer
Author: Martha E. Schaffer
Author: Cristina Cabral
Author: Filipe Alves Moreira
Author: Pedro Pinto
Abstract: Necrológico de la erudita portuguesa Aida Fernanda Dias
Date: 6/24/2014
Primary URL: http://http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2014/01/24/bitablog-aida-fernanda-dias-1925
Blog Title: BITABlog
Website: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/philobiblon/index.html


BITECA impresa: PhiloBiblon 2014 n. 2
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: BITECA impresa: PhiloBiblon 2014 n. 2
Author: Vicenç Beltran
Author: Gemma Avenoza
Author: Lourdes Soriano
Abstract: Se anuncia la publicación en forma de libro de BITECA. Bibliografia de Textos Antics Catalans, Valencians i Balears. Biblioteques i Arxius Valencians (València, Acadèmia Valenciana de la Llengua - Universitat de Barcelona - Universitat de València, 2013). Este primer volumen, que recoge las descripciones de los manuscritos e impresos antiguos conservados en bibliotecas y archivos de la Comunidad Valenciana. El libro es el fruto de años de trabajo con los fondos valencianos, cuyas primeras descripciones codicológicas se remontan a un ya lejano 1991 cuando se realizó el primer desplazamiento de los colaboradores de BITECA a la ciudad del Turia. Desde entonces han seguido otros muchos viajes de estudio hasta el 2009, en que se compilaron los datos obtenidos hasta entonces para la elaboración del presente volumen. En él se ofrecen detallados estudios codicológicos y bibliográficos de los manuscritos, incunables y ediciones del siglo XVI que transmiten obra medieval catalana. Cierra el volumen un completo y útil juego de índices: de bibliotecas y ejemplares; de correspondencia entre los identificadores de BITECA y los ejemplares vinculados a bibliotecas y archivos valencianos; de correspondencia de los ejemplares impresos conservados en bibliotecas y archivos valencianos con los ejemplares principales; de autores y obras; de primeros versos; de personas e instituciones relacionadas con los ejemplares descritos en el libro y, finalmente, índice topográfico. Se incluye en el volumen un CD con el corpus completo de obras y autores (de carácter provisional) manejado en BITECA.
Date: 3/14/2014
Primary URL: http://http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2014/03/14/biteca-impresa-philobiblon-2013-n
Blog Title: BITECABlog
Website: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/philobiblon/index.html


BETABlog: Nuevas incorporaciones a BETA en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: BETABlog: Nuevas incorporaciones a BETA en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Author: Álvaro Bustos Táuler
Abstract: Se anuncia la incorporación a BETA (Bibliografía Española de Textos Antiguos) de cuatro miembros de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, el catedrático Nicasio Salvador Miguel y las estudiantes María Díez, Ana Martínez y Ruth Martínez. Asimismo se anuncia la concesión de la Encomiendo de la Orden de Isabel la Católica a Charles Faulhaber, profesor emérito de Berkeley y el director de PhiloBiblon
Date: 3/21/2014
Primary URL: http://http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2014/03/21/betablog-nuevas-incorporaciones-a-beta
Blog Title: BETABlog
Website: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/philobiblon/index.html


PhiloBiblon 2014, n. 3
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: PhiloBiblon 2014, n. 3
Author: Charles B. Faulhaber
Author: Ángel Gómez Moreno
Author: Nicasio Salvador Miguel
Author: Antonio Cortijo
Author: María Morrás
Author: Óscar Perea Rodríguez
Author: Álvaro Bustos Táuler
Author: Lourdes Soriano
Author: Arthur L-F. Askins
Author: Harvey L. Sharrer
Author: Martha E. Schaffer
Author: Cristina Sobral
Author: Pedro Pinto
Author: Filipe Alves Moreira
Author: Vicenç Beltran
Author: Gemma Avenoza
Abstract: Se anuncia la concesión de esta ayuda de la NEH, para
Date: 5/18/2014
Primary URL: http://http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2014/05/18/philobiblon-2014-n-3


Who's the Boss
Grant details: RQ-50470-10
Title: Who's the Boss
Author: Laura Braunstein
Abstract: About a language usage discovery found through Occom's journals.
Date: 10/4/13
Primary URL: http://raunerlibrary.blogspot.com/2013/10/whos-boss.html
Blog Title: Who's the Boss
Website: Rauner Special Collections LIbrary Bog


Occom to Wheatley
Grant details: RQ-50470-10
Title: Occom to Wheatley
Author: Dawn Dumpert.
Abstract: In 1765, Samson Occom, a minister and Mohegan Indian who figured largely in the founding of Dartmouth, traveled to Great Britain to solicit funds for the Indian Charity School run by Eleazar Wheelock. Occom kept a detailed journal during his tour, and in its back pages, he lists the letters he sent to America. Occom records that, in March of 1766, he wrote to "Mrs. Wheatley in Boston," noting directly underneath that he has also sent a letter "to a Negro Girl Boston." There can be little doubt that the girl to whom Occom refers is Phillis Wheatley, a slave who would have been about 12 years old at the time.
Date: 10/15/13
Primary URL: http://raunerlibrary.blogspot.com/2013/10/occom-to-wheatley.html
Blog Title: Occom to Wheatley
Website: Rauner Special Collections LIbrary Bog


Trial and Conflict
Grant details: RQ-50470-10
Title: Trial and Conflict
Author: Peter Carini
Abstract: The adage that “all your dysfunctional relationships have one thing in common, you” comes to mind whenever Eleazar Wheelock’s legacy is up for examination. This is particularly the case with a recent acquisition of Wheelock documents (five in his hand) ranging from the time of his calling to the Second Congregational Church in Lebanon, Connecticut, in 1735 to 1771 after his arrival in Hanover.
Date: 12/9/14
Primary URL: http://raunerlibrary.blogspot.com/2014_12_07_archive.html
Blog Title: Trial and Conflict
Website: Rauner Special Collections LIbrary Bog


Teaching from Stories
Grant details: AQ-51030-14
Title: Teaching from Stories
Author: Alison Staudinger
Abstract: This invited blog post shares my experience teaching this grant-supported course for the first time in spring of 2015.
Date: 7/15/2015
Primary URL: http://www.wisconsinhumanities.org/working-lives-teaching-from-stories
Blog Title: Humanities Booyah


African-American Veteran Petitions for Equal Rights, 1919
Grant details: PJ-50116-13
Title: African-American Veteran Petitions for Equal Rights, 1919
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: An article from the Mar. 3, 1919 Bridgeport Times and Evening Farmer, tells of the efforts of “colored people from all over the state” to get the state legislature to pass a bill ensuring “them equal rights in places of public accommodation.”
Date: 2/19/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/02/african-american-veteran-petitions-for-equal-rights-1919/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website


Notes for Women's History Month: When Bridgeport Women Won the Eight Hour Day
Grant details: PJ-50116-13
Title: Notes for Women's History Month: When Bridgeport Women Won the Eight Hour Day
Author: Christine M. Gauvreau
Abstract: Women entering into jobs in the munitions industry during World War I went on strike and won better work conditions. Featuring Bridgeport Evening Farmer, Aug. 17, 19-20, 1915.
Date: 3/14/2014
Primary URL: http://ctdigitalnewspaperproject.org/2014/12/newspaper-digitization-notes-for-womens-history-month-when-bridgeport-women-won-the-eight-hour-day/
Primary URL Description: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website
Blog Title: History blogs
Website: Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project website


"From Hula Hoops to High Fashion: G. Fox Co. in the 1950s"
Grant details: CZ-50322-13
Title: "From Hula Hoops to High Fashion: G. Fox Co. in the 1950s"
Author: John McNamara
Abstract: Community outreach to bring awareness to the Hartford Heritage Project.
Date: 2/9/15
Primary URL: http://capcommcollege.org/2015/02/09/from-hula-hoops-to-high-fashion-g-fox-co-in-the-1950s-lunch-and-program-at-centinel-hill-hall-march-19th/
Blog Title: Advancement @ Capital


iQuilt Partnership Brings G. Fox Holiday Redux To College’s Mallett Gallery
Grant details: CZ-50322-13
Title: iQuilt Partnership Brings G. Fox Holiday Redux To College’s Mallett Gallery
Author: John McNamara
Abstract: Outreach event in partnership with Connecticut Historical Society to raise awareness of Hartford Heritage Project.
Date: 12/10/14
Blog Title: Advancement @ Capital


One Play - A Hartford Stage and Capital Community College Partnership That is Transforming Lives
Grant details: CZ-50322-13
Title: One Play - A Hartford Stage and Capital Community College Partnership That is Transforming Lives
Author: Theresa MacNaughton
Abstract: A unique and exciting partnership between Hartford Stage and Capital Community College is helping to enrich the lives of local students. One Play has become an integral part of The Hartford Heritage Project, which incorporates Hartford’s many diverse cultural and artistic institutions, landmarks, and neighborhoods into the learning experience at Capital Community College.
Date: 9/11/14
Website: hartfordstage.org/stagenotes


Capital Night @ TheaterWorks 3/27/14: Tony Award Nominated “The Other Place” Performance To Benefit Hartford Heritage Program
Grant details: CZ-50322-13
Title: Capital Night @ TheaterWorks 3/27/14: Tony Award Nominated “The Other Place” Performance To Benefit Hartford Heritage Program
Author: John McNamara
Abstract: Fundraiser at TheaterWorks for Hartford Heritage Project
Date: 3/3/14
Primary URL: http://capcommcollege.org/2014/03/03/capital-night-theaterworks-32714-tony-award-nominated-the-other-place-performance-to-benefit-hartford-heritage-program/
Blog Title: Advancement @ Capital


I Seminario Internacional de PhiloBiblon 2015 (San Millán de la Cogolla, 15-19 de junio)
Grant details: PW-51633-14
Title: I Seminario Internacional de PhiloBiblon 2015 (San Millán de la Cogolla, 15-19 de junio)
Author: Almudena Izquierdo
Abstract: Noticia del I Seminario Internacional de PhiloBiblon, que tuvo lugar en Cilengua (San Millán de la Cogolla), 16-19 de junio de 2015
Date: 07/31/15
Primary URL: http://blogs.lib.berkeley.edu/philobiblon.php/2015/07/31/i-seminario-internacional-de-philobiblon
Blog Title: PhiloBlog
Website: PhiloBiblon


New funds help Folklore Society make visible more folklore collections
Grant details: PW-228123-15
Title: New funds help Folklore Society make visible more folklore collections
Author: Nicole Saylor
Abstract: The National Folklore Archives Initiative (NFAI), an effort by the American Folklore Society to document and provide access to folklore archival collections, recently received a second round of funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Date: 09/10/2015
Primary URL: http://blogs.loc.gov/folklife/2015/09/new-funds-help-folklore-society-make-visible-more-folklore-collections/
Primary URL Description: New funds help Folklore Society make visible more folklore collections
Blog Title: Folklife Today - Library of Congress
Website: Library of Congress


HTRC Bookworm launched!
Grant details: HK-50176-14
Title: HTRC Bookworm launched!
Author: HT+Bookworm team
Abstract: Explore the demo from UnCamp 2015 over millions of texts!
Date: 3/30/15
Primary URL: https://htrcbookworm.wordpress.com/2015/03/30/htrc-bookworm-launched/
Blog Title: HT+BW
Website: HT+BW blog


LibGuide for the HT+Bookworm prototype is now available
Grant details: HK-50176-14
Title: LibGuide for the HT+Bookworm prototype is now available
Author: Sayan Bhattacharyya
Abstract: A LibGuide for the HT+Bookworm prototype has now been published. LibGuides are sets of web pages for assistance that are compiled by library personnel. This particular LibGuide has been created by the Scholarly Commons of the Library of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Date: 3/20/15
Primary URL: https://htrcbookworm.wordpress.com/2015/03/20/libguide-for-the-htbookworm-prototype-is-now-available/
Blog Title: HT+BW


First workshop for HT+BW held at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Scholarly Commons
Grant details: HK-50176-14
Title: First workshop for HT+BW held at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Scholarly Commons
Author: Sayan Bhattacharyya
Abstract: A workshop on HT+BW was held for interested faculty and students at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Scholarly Commons, on April 29, 2015.
Date: 5/18/15
Primary URL: https://htrcbookworm.wordpress.com/2015/05/18/first-workshop-for-htbw-held-at-university-of-illinois-urbana-champaign-scholarly-commons/
Blog Title: HT+BW


Several HT+BW examples in expository HTRC workshop in July at LSA-SI
Grant details: HK-50176-14
Title: Several HT+BW examples in expository HTRC workshop in July at LSA-SI
Author: Sayan Bhattacharyya
Abstract: The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) will be doing a two-hour expository workshop at the Linguistic Society of America (LSA)’s Biennial Linguistic Institute, at the University of Chicago, on July 13, 2015: “The HathiTru