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What’s Missing in Veteran’s Day Salutes to Our Soldiers
Grant details: AC-226771-15
Title: What’s Missing in Veteran’s Day Salutes to Our Soldiers
Author: Christine Lamberson
Abstract: Prof. Lamberson, co-director of the project, discusses her experience of interviewing veterans for the NEH-funded "West Texans and the Experience of War: World War I to the Present." She argues that academics must do a better job of bridging veterans' stories with ones that certain policymakers are telling about the past. She urges academics to participate more in public events.
Date: 11/06/2015
Primary URL: http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/161080
Blog Title: History News Network
Website: History News Network


War Stories, History Harvests, and how we learned to adapt on the fly
Grant details: AC-226771-15
Title: War Stories, History Harvests, and how we learned to adapt on the fly
Author: Christine M. Lamberson
Author: Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai
Abstract: The co-directors, Lamberson & Wongsrichanalai, discuss how they had to adapt the History Harvest model they employed to better suit their limited resources while traveling to rural West Texas towns.
Date: 11/06/2018
Primary URL: https://ncph.org/history-at-work/war-stories-history-harvests/
Blog Title: War Stories, History Harvests, and how we learned to adapt on the fly
Website: History @ Work (National Council on Public History)


William Livingston, Wartime Propagandist
Grant details: AC-258915-18
Title: William Livingston, Wartime Propagandist
Author: Nicole Skalenko and Victor Bretones
Abstract: Analysis of Livingston's publications during the American War for Independence.
Date: 4/01/2019
Primary URL: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/jayprint/2019/06/04/william-livingston-eighteenth-century-media-and-propaganda/
Website: John Jay Papers


Blog - Silk City Project
Grant details: AC-258929-18
Title: Blog - Silk City Project
Author: Della-Fera, Alexandra
Abstract: Welcome to the Discovering Paterson: The Silk City Project blog. Here you will find many musings, insights, and observations from the students of Passaic County Community College about the many literary, historical, and cultural connections that center around Paterson, New Jersey. Additionally, students will share the many stories of the colorful Patersonians whom they will interview, as well as share their own original works of poetry. Through this blog, students will learn the importance of writing for a public audience which will sharpen their mindfulness about how they express themselves. This blog will illustrate to students that they, too, have a voice – one that needs to be heard.
Date: 1/1/2018
Website: https://silkcityproject.wordpress.com/


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


NY Times Best Seller Author Sharyn McCrumb
Grant details: AE-247973-16
Title: NY Times Best Seller Author Sharyn McCrumb
Author: Angela Wright
Abstract: Sharyn McCrumb, author of "St. Dale," spoke to the community, faculty, and students on October 11 about auto racing in Virginia, particularly at the Martinsville Speedway, and about Dale Earnhardt..Sharyn, a Virginia native, writes primarily about Virginia history in her fiction.
Date: 10/10/2016
Primary URL: http://http://sharynmccrumb.com/
Primary URL Description: This website is the link to the author Sharyn McCrumb and her books.
Secondary URL: http://https://youtu.be/_jApfHyivHA
Secondary URL Description: This link is for the youtube video of Sharyn McCrumb's speech on 10/10/16 when she spoke to NEH participants, students, and the community,.
Blog Title: St. Dale by Sharyn McCrumb
Website: Sharyn McCrumb


Jack Tales and Rex Stephenson
Grant details: AE-247973-16
Title: Jack Tales and Rex Stephenson
Author: Richard Chase
Author: Rex Stephenson
Abstract: Rex Stephenson is professor emeritus at Ferrum College in Ferrum, VA. He studied Jack Tales storytelling and started a traveling theatre group who told Jack Tales to students across Virginia. When Rex Stephenson spoke to our faculty and students, he told 3 tales about Jack and used audience members to participate in the storytelling.
Date: 11/4/16
Primary URL: http://http://www.appalachianhistory.net/2016/04/jack-tales-not-just-beanstalks.html
Primary URL Description: This website is from an article by Dave Tabler about storytelling. Tabler states that Jack Tales are meant to be told, not read. Telling stories is an Appalachian tradition, which is quickly fading.
Secondary URL: http://https://www.ibiblio.org/bawdy/folklore/tales.html
Secondary URL Description: This site lists some of the Jack Tales.
Blog Title: Jack Tales. Not just beanstalks.
Website: The Jack Tales. Not just beanstalks.


Henry Wiencek, NY Times best selling author of "The Hairstons: An American Family in Black and White"
Grant details: AE-247973-16
Title: Henry Wiencek, NY Times best selling author of "The Hairstons: An American Family in Black and White"
Author: Marvin Hairston
Abstract: Henry Wiencek, NY Times best selling author of "The Hairstons: An American Family in Black and White" spoke to faculty, students, and the community about the Hairstons who owned slaves in VA and NC. The slaves took their owner's name, and now the Hairston family reunion, held every Labor Day weekend in Baltimore, is an event for the descendants of the original slaves. This event is the largest recorded family reunion in the United States. They now offer the John W. Hairston Memorial Scholarship each year.
Date: 2/22/17
Primary URL: http://http://hairstonclan.site44.com/index.html
Primary URL Description: This site explores the history, reunions, and scholarship for the black Hairstons.
Secondary URL: http://http://www.hairston.org/
Secondary URL Description: This site explores the history of the slave owner Peter Hairston and gives information on his family, the timeline, property owned, and cemeteries.
Website: Hairston Clan


NEH Grant Kickoff Event
Grant details: AE-248001-16
Title: NEH Grant Kickoff Event
Author: Derric Cushman
Abstract: Reynolds Community College faculty, staff and guests gathered at the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant kick-off event June 28th. The event was held in celebration of Reynolds receiving the Transforming Community College Humanities through Local Engagement grant. Reynolds was chosen as one of 12 U.S. community colleges to be awarded the three year $100,000 grant from the NEH.
Date: 07/05/16
Primary URL: http://jsrevents.blogspot.com/2016/07/reynolds-awarded-100000-national.html
Blog Title: Reynolds awarded $100,000 National Endowment for the Humanities Grant
Website: Reynolds Community College


To stir is human; to collaborate is divine
Grant details: AKA-260583-18
Title: To stir is human; to collaborate is divine
Author: Matthew Crowley
Abstract: This blog post describes the mission and courses developed as a result of Dr. Amy Woodbury Tease's NEH Humanities Connections Planning Grant. There is also a link at the end of this post to a related story on Narrative Medicine, one of the four pilot courses that our grant initiative supported.
Date: 08/12/19
Primary URL: https://www.norwich.edu/
Primary URL Description: This is the main website (URL) for Norwich University.
Secondary URL: https://www.norwich.edu/news/1764-norwich-humanities-initiative-to-launch
Secondary URL Description: This is the URL specific to the newsreel produced for Norwich University stories. Our Office of Communications provides the content as it comes to their attention.
Blog Title: "To stir is human; to collaborate is divine"
Website: Norwich University


Council on Undergraduate Research Arts and Humanities Blog Post
Grant details: AKA-260583-18
Title: Council on Undergraduate Research Arts and Humanities Blog Post
Author: Editorial Team
Abstract: This blog post promoted the NEH Humanities Connections Planning Grant deadline through an interview with project director Dr. Amy Woodbury Tease of Norwich University.
Date: 10/08/2018
Primary URL: http://curartsandhumanities.org
Primary URL Description: This is the URL for the blog run by the Council on Undergraduate Research Arts & Humanities Division councilors.
Secondary URL: http://curartsandhumanities.org/2018/10/08/neh-humanities-connections-grant/
Secondary URL Description: This is the specific URL for the blog post promoting the work of the Norwich University NEH Humanities Connections Planning Grant team with an interview with Dr. Amy Woodbury Tease (project director).
Blog Title: APPLY FOR AN NEH HUMANITIES CONNECTIONS GRANT: INSIGHTS FROM A CURRENT CURAH AWARDEE
Website: CURAH: The Arts and Humanities Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research


The Central Eurasianist Current of the 2018 Modern Rivers of Eurasia Symposium
Grant details: AKB-260426-18
Title: The Central Eurasianist Current of the 2018 Modern Rivers of Eurasia Symposium
Author: Patryk Reid
Abstract: This post reviews the growing focus on water in Central Eurasian Studies, while reporting on the Modern Rivers of Eurasia Symposium organized at the University of Pittsburgh in February 2018. It also situates the "Water in Central Eurasia" project within this new trend in regional studies.
Date: 8/28/2018
Primary URL: http://https://thecessblog.com/2018/08/the-central-eurasianist-current-of-the-2018-modern-rivers-of-eurasia-symposium-by-patryk-reid-university-of-pittsburgh/#more-2518
Website: The CESS Blog


Why Water, Why Central Eurasia?
Grant details: AKB-260426-18
Title: Why Water, Why Central Eurasia?
Author: Clara Weibel
Abstract: In this newsletter post, NEH Undergraduate Ambassador Clara Weibel reports on her more recent work in the position.
Date: 2/1/2020
Primary URL: https://mailchi.mp/03c061041888/gmpiove6b4-4066397?e=48028e40b4
Blog Title: REEES Newsletter
Website: REEES Website


Materials Matter: Humanities and STEM Work together in Innovative Program
Grant details: AKB-260492-18
Title: Materials Matter: Humanities and STEM Work together in Innovative Program
Author: Valerie Imbruce
Abstract: A brief account of Materials Matter
Date: 01/18/2019
Primary URL: http://curartsandhumanities.org/2019/01/18/materials-matter-humanities-and-stem-work-together-in-innovative-program/
Primary URL Description: Blog for the Arts and Humanities Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research
Blog Title: The Arts and Humanities Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CURAH) blog
Website: The Arts and Humanities Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CURAH) blog


What Makes the Sacred Sacred?
Grant details: AQ-229081-15
Title: What Makes the Sacred Sacred?
Author: Peter Gottschalk
Abstract: Professor of Religion Peter Gottschalk has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities “Enduring Questions” grant for approximately $20,000 to develop and teach a new course on different understandings of “the sacred.”
Date: 09/01/2016
Primary URL: http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2015/04/07/gottschalknehgrant/
Primary URL Description: Website for Wesleyan University
Blog Title: Gottschalk to Develop Course on “The Sacred” with NEH Grant
Website: Wesleyan University


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


Blake Rondeau - Community of Conversation: Civilian and Military Engagement
Grant details: AV-248453-16
Title: Blake Rondeau - Community of Conversation: Civilian and Military Engagement
Author: Blake Rondeau
Abstract: Blake Rondeau is a Marine Corps Veteran who works at the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs. He is the Marketing Director for the Minnesota Warriors, a disabled Veteran hockey team. As a member of the Veterans Mental Health Advisory Council for the VA Medical Hospital, he is dedicated to finding and fixing the problems between Veterans and health care. Blake is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Health Care Communication and is a discussion leader for the Humanities Center’s Echoes of War public discussion events at Carleton College in October.
Date: 10-13-2016
Primary URL: http://blogmnhum.blogspot.com/2016/10/blake-rondeau-community-of-conversation.html
Primary URL Description: Minnesota Humanities Center's blog. The Minnesota Humanities Center welcomes and values the ideas from community as expressed through writing. We believe that by sharing our stories we deepen our relationships with one another and develop a greater sense of our connections to one another.
Blog Title: Blake Rondeau - Community of Conversation: Civilian and Military Engagement
Website: mnhum.org


An Evening with Viet Thanh Nguyen Retrospective
Grant details: AV-255542-17
Title: An Evening with Viet Thanh Nguyen Retrospective
Author: Anh-Hoa Thi Nguyen
Abstract: A blog post from local poet Anh-Hoa Thi Nguyen reflecting on the Evening with Viet Thanh Nguyen public event -- hosted in conjunction with the Echoes of War project, though funded with private dollars.
Date: 09/15/2017
Primary URL: https://mnhum.org/blog/evening-viet-thanh-nguyen-retrospective/
Primary URL Description: Minnesota Humanities Center blog
Blog Title: An Evening with Viet Thanh Nguyen Retrospective
Website: Minnesota Humanities Center


AHA Member Spotlight: Jessica L. Adler
Grant details: AV-260657-18
Title: AHA Member Spotlight: Jessica L. Adler
Author: Matthew Keough
Abstract: A profile of the Project Director, which mentions the Dialogues on the Experience of War project.
Date: 09/25/2018
Primary URL: https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/september-2018/aha-member-spotlight-jessica-l-adler
Blog Title: Perspectives Daily
Website: historians.org


NEH "Most Southern Place" Workshop June 2016 Session: Days 1-6
Grant details: BH-231287-15
Title: NEH "Most Southern Place" Workshop June 2016 Session: Days 1-6
Author: Will Jacks
Author: Kyra Rubin
Author: Trey Walk
Abstract: Series of daily blog posts from the June 2016 "Most Southern" workshop featuring photographs of workshop sessions and experiential learning field excursions, as well as video interviews of participants and speakers reflecting on what they have learned and experienced during the workshop
Date: 6/20/2016
Primary URL: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news-read-more
Primary URL Description: Individual blog posts for the June 2016 workshop are available via the following URLs: Day 1: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-day-1 Day 2: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-day-2 Day 3: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-day-3 Day 4: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-day-4 Day 5: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-day-5 Day 6: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-day-6
Website: The Delta Center for Culture and Learning


NEH "Most Southern Place" Workshop July 2016 Session: Days 1-6
Grant details: BH-231287-15
Title: NEH "Most Southern Place" Workshop July 2016 Session: Days 1-6
Author: Will Jacks
Author: Kyra Rubin
Author: Trey Walk
Abstract: Series of daily blog posts from the July 2016 "Most Southern" workshop featuring photographs of workshop sessions and experiential learning field excursions, as well as video interviews of participants and speakers reflecting on what they have learned and experienced during the workshop
Date: 7/12/2016
Primary URL: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news-read-more
Primary URL Description: Individual blog posts for the July 2016 workshop are available via the following URLs: Day 1: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-session-2-day-1 Day 2: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-session-2-day-2 Day 3: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-session-2-day-3 Day 4: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-session-2-day-4 Day 5: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-session-2-day-5 Day 6: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-session-2-day-6
Secondary URL: http://deltacenterdsu.com/news/neh-most-southern-place-workshop-session-2-day-1
Website: The Delta Center for Culture and Learning


What’s New for 2019 America’s Industrial Revolution Workshop
Grant details: BH-261620-18
Title: What’s New for 2019 America’s Industrial Revolution Workshop
Author: Alexandra Cavinee
Abstract: Provides the audience with information regarding the syllabus of the workshop and information on how to apply.
Date: 12/20/2018
Primary URL: http://www.thehenryford.org/explore/blog/archive/2018/12/
Blog Title: What’s New for 2019 America’s Industrial Revolution Workshop
Website: The Henry Ford Blog


Reflections of The Henry Ford, NEH, and the Industrial Revolution
Grant details: BH-261620-18
Title: Reflections of The Henry Ford, NEH, and the Industrial Revolution
Author: Mathew Bunin
Abstract: Outlined the experience of a previous participant.
Date: 01/15/2019
Primary URL: https://www.thehenryford.org/explore/blog/archive/2019/1/
Blog Title: Reflections of The Henry Ford, NEH, and the Industrial Revolution


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.


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


"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


Humanities Chair Jeff Partridge Appointed To State Historic Preservation Council
Grant details: CZ-50322-13
Title: Humanities Chair Jeff Partridge Appointed To State Historic Preservation Council
Author: John McNamara
Abstract: Jeffrey F.L. Partridge, Ph.D, Capital Community College’s Chair of Humanities, has been appointed a member of the Connecticut Historic Preservation Council by Governor Dannel P. Malloy. Partridge, an English professor and Director of the College’s Hartford Heritage Project, was appointed to the Council for a term ending in 2020.
Date: 7/6/2016
Primary URL: http://capcommcollege.org/2016/07/06/humanities-chair-jeff-partridge-appointed-tostate-historic-preservation-council/
Blog Title: Advancement @ Capital


Hartford Heritage: American Lit Course Returns To Twain, Stowe Houses In Fall 2016
Grant details: CZ-50322-13
Title: Hartford Heritage: American Lit Course Returns To Twain, Stowe Houses In Fall 2016
Author: John McNamara
Abstract: Capital Community College’s American Literature course (English 220) will return to the historic Mark Twain House & Museum and Harriet Beecher Stowe Center in Hartford’s West End in the fall of 2016. Launched last year through the college’s Hartford Heritage Project and Humanities Chair Jeffrey F.L. Partridge the course focuses on the lives and selected works of Twain and Stowe — two of American Literature’s most influential authors. Students will read selected works, learn from staff experts and have access to archives and materials at the landmark museums.
Date: 6/15/2016
Primary URL: http://capcommcollege.org/2016/06/15/hartford-heritage-american-lit-course-returns-to-twain-stowe-houses-in-fall-2016/
Blog Title: Advancement @ Capital


Lunchtime Lecture: Remembering G. Fox Program At College’s Centinel Hill Hall June 7th
Grant details: CZ-50322-13
Title: Lunchtime Lecture: Remembering G. Fox Program At College’s Centinel Hill Hall June 7th
Author: John McNamara
Abstract: The College, through its Heritage program, is continuing the tradition begun by G. Fox of using Centinel Hill Hall as a community gathering place for arts, culture and civic engagement. “Remembering G. Fox & Company” is part of the College’s Hartford Heritage Program, made possible with a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), that makes connections between course content and the cultural institutions of the city to enhance students’ learning and understanding of Hartford.
Date: 5/4/2016
Primary URL: http://capcommcollege.org/2016/05/04/hartford-heritage-remembering-g-fox-lunch-program-june-7th/
Blog Title: Advancement @ Capital


American Lit Course At Twain House Concludes With Student Presentations Wednesday, December 16th
Grant details: CZ-50322-13
Title: American Lit Course At Twain House Concludes With Student Presentations Wednesday, December 16th
Author: John McNamara
Abstract: Students from Humanities Chair Jeff Partridge’s English 220 class will present their posters on the theme of “Stowe, Twain and Me” in Hal Holbrook Hall at the Mark Twain House & Museum on Wednesday, December 16th, 3 -4:30 p.m. During the fall semester the English 220 classes were held for the first time at the Twain House museum and the adjacent Harriet Beecher Stowe Center. The off-campus course sprang from the College’s Hartford Heritage Project. The project, launched in 2010 with a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), has spawned learning communities, access to museums and institutions and new courses based on Hartford content.
Date: 12/14/2016
Primary URL: http://capcommcollege.org/2015/12/14/american-lit-course-at-twain-house-concludes-with-student-presentations-wednesday-december-16th/
Blog Title: Advancement @ Capital


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


"Flannery Fandom"
Grant details: EH-50366-13
Title: "Flannery Fandom"
Author: Monica Miller
Abstract: Online column
Date: 12/23/2015
Primary URL: http://andalusiafarm.org/
Website: Andalusia, Home of Flannery O'Connor


"In Defense of the Irritated Young Woman"
Grant details: EH-50366-13
Title: "In Defense of the Irritated Young Woman"
Author: Monica Miller
Abstract: Online column
Date: 9/14/2015
Primary URL: http://theflanneryoconnorsociety.com/index.html
Website: The Flannery O'Connor Society


"Flannery and Her Mother"
Grant details: EH-50366-13
Title: "Flannery and Her Mother"
Author: Monica Miller
Abstract: Online column
Date: 10/1/2014
Primary URL: http://andalusiafarm.org/
Website: Andalusia, Home of Flannery O'Connor


"Bird by Bird: Unearthing the Master Class of Flannery O'Connor and Caroline Gordon"
Grant details: EH-50366-13
Title: "Bird by Bird: Unearthing the Master Class of Flannery O'Connor and Caroline Gordon"
Author: Christine Flanagan
Abstract: Online column
Date: 12/21/2015
Primary URL: http://theflanneryoconnorsociety.com/index.html
Secondary URL: http://http://theflanneryoconnorsociety.com/1/post/2015/09/bird-by-bird-unearthing-the-master-class-of-flannery-oconnor-and-caroline-gordon.html
Website: Flannery O'Connor Society


"The Mentor in Milledgeville: Caroline Gordon at Andalusia"
Grant details: EH-50366-13
Title: "The Mentor in Milledgeville: Caroline Gordon at Andalusia"
Author: Christine Flanagan
Abstract: On the Andalusia Farm blog.
Date: 6/24/2016
Primary URL: http://andalusiafarm.blogspot.com/
Website: Andalusia, Home of Flannery O'Connor


"Mary Flannery O'Connor at Sorrel Farm"
Grant details: EH-50366-13
Title: "Mary Flannery O'Connor at Sorrel Farm"
Author: Jimmy Dean Smith
Abstract: Online column
Date: 6/26/2015
Primary URL: http://andalusiafarm.blogspot.com/
Website: Andalusia, Home of Flannery O'Connor


"First There Is a Mountain, Then There Is No Mountain, Then There Is"
Grant details: EH-50366-13
Title: "First There Is a Mountain, Then There Is No Mountain, Then There Is"
Author: Jimmy Dean Smith
Abstract: Online column
Date: 11/8/2015
Primary URL: http://andalusiafarm.blogspot.com/
Website: Andalusia, Home of Flannery O'Connor


Teaching Women’s History: American Women in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars
Grant details: ES-261741-18
Title: Teaching Women’s History: American Women in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars
Author: Institute participants
Abstract: N/A
Date: 10/3/19
Primary URL: http://http://womenatthecenter.nyhistory.org/teaching-womens-history-american-women-in-the-revolutionary-and-civil-wars/
Blog Title: Women at the Center
Website: http://womenatthecenter.nyhistory.org/


“Embracing Popular Literary Adaptations as Educational Tools"
Grant details: ES-267140-19
Title: “Embracing Popular Literary Adaptations as Educational Tools"
Author: Lissette Lopez Szwydky
Author: Sean P. Connors
Abstract: Is it acceptable to teach a popular culture adaptation of a canonical text as a substitute for the original literary work? What, if anything, is lost when students view a film adaptation of Great Expectations as opposed to reading Dickens’s nineteenth-century novel? And is there ever a good reason for students who are capable of reading Romeo and Juliet to study a graphic novel adaptation of Shakespeare’s play instead? We assume we aren’t the only English teachers to have wrestled with these questions. And yet we hear these ideas described as problematic because some teachers assume that popular culture and canonical literature exist in an antagonistic relationship. When teachers create opportunities for students to experience and produce literary adaptations, they invite them to participate in a practice that is arguably as old as the institution of literature itself.
Date: 01/04/18
Primary URL: http://www2.ncte.org/blog/2018/01/embracing-popular-literary-adaptations-educational-tools/
Blog Title: “Embracing Popular Literary Adaptations as Educational Tools"
Website: National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Blog.


“An Homage to a Box of Tea: Musings of an Art Historian”
Grant details: FA-232028-16
Title: “An Homage to a Box of Tea: Musings of an Art Historian”
Author: Romita Ray
Abstract: n/a
Date: 8/12/2016
Primary URL: https://www.teabox.com/blog/homage-box-tea-musings-art-historian


“A Moustache in a Teacup”
Grant details: FA-232028-16
Title: “A Moustache in a Teacup”
Author: Romita Ray
Abstract: n/a
Date: 9/1/2016
Primary URL: https://www.teabox.com/blog/moustache-teacup


“Madam Superintendent and Durga Puja in a Tea Garden”
Grant details: FA-232028-16
Title: “Madam Superintendent and Durga Puja in a Tea Garden”
Author: Romita Ray
Abstract: n/a
Date: 11/11/2016
Primary URL: https://www.teabox.com/blog/madam-superintendent-durga-puja-tea-garden


Tigers and Tea
Grant details: FA-232028-16
Title: Tigers and Tea
Author: Romita Ray
Abstract: This post is about tigers and tea within the broader context of imperial history and current children's book illustrations
Date: 06/02/2017
Primary URL: https://www.teabox.com/blog/tigers-tea
Blog Title: Tigers and Tea
Website: teabox.com


How the federal government became responsible for disaster relief
Grant details: FA-252618-17
Title: How the federal government became responsible for disaster relief
Author: Andrew Morris
Abstract: There was no option on the drop-down menu for an op-ed, so I'm submitting it here. This article traced the significance of the Alaska Earthquake of 1964 in paving the way for increased federal participation in disaster relief, a process that Hurricane Camille, the subject of my book, would accelerate in 1969 and 1970.
Date: 12/04/2018
Primary URL: https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2018/12/04/how-federal-government-became-responsible-disaster-relief/?utm_term=.719b1a6fb2e3
Primary URL Description: Made By History is a Perspectives/Opinion page of the Washington Post.
Blog Title: How the federal government became responsible for disaster relief
Website: The Washington Post: Made By History (Perspective)


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


“’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


“Building a Spenser Archive—One Scan at a Time”
Grant details: FA-52531-06
Title: “Building a Spenser Archive—One Scan at a Time”
Author: David Lee Miller
Abstract: This blog post, originally a magazine article, describes the digital archive that the editors of the Oxford Spenser are creating in conjunction with their edition.
Date: 07/01/2006
Primary URL: https://blogs.library.duke.edu/magazine/2007/04/25/building-a-spenser-archive/
Primary URL Description: full text available
Blog Title: “Building a Spenser Archive—One Scan at a Time”
Website: Duke University Libraries Magazine


'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/


The American School: Artists and Status in the Late Colonial and Early National Era (book)
Grant details: FA-56970-13
Title: The American School: Artists and Status in the Late Colonial and Early National Era (book)
Author: Susan Rather
Abstract: (I already made a separate entry for the book)
Date: 4/6/2016
Primary URL: http://artbooks.yupnet.org/2016/04/06/cover-story-design-content-and-the-american-school/
Blog Title: "Cover Story: Design, Content, and The American School"
Website: Yale@RTbooks


Reading with Strangers
Grant details: FA-57862-14
Title: Reading with Strangers
Author: Marcy Schwartz
Abstract: Examples of Latin American public reading programs with photos.
Date: 04/13/2018
Primary URL: http://www.publicbooks.org
Primary URL Description: blog address
Website: Public Books


Religious Affections in Colonial North America
Grant details: FA-58221-15
Title: Religious Affections in Colonial North America
Author: Abram Van Engen
Author: Caroline Wigginton
Abstract: An account of the intellectual rationale for our conference on religious affections at the Huntington Library.
Date: 01/25/2017
Primary URL: http://huntingtonblogs.org/2017/01/religious-affections-in-colonial-north-america/
Blog Title: Religious Affections in Colonial North America
Website: Verso: The Blog of the Huntington Library


"Racial Limbo: Asian Americans in the Post-Civil Rights Era"
Grant details: FA-58556-15
Title: "Racial Limbo: Asian Americans in the Post-Civil Rights Era"
Author: Ellen Wu
Abstract: This blog post discusses the driving questions propelling my NEH-funded book project, "Asian Americans in the Age of Affirmative Action." I place these questions in the context of the current-day debate on Asian Americans and college admissions (specifically, whether or not elite universities such as Harvard discriminate against Asians in admissions selections).
Date: 07/09/2015
Primary URL: https://blog.provost.indiana.edu/blog/author/wuellen/
Primary URL Description: This blog is the official blog of Indiana University Bloomington's Office of the Provost & Exec Vice President. It showcases "behind-the scenes looks at the people and experience who make IU such a special place."
Website: Through the Gates: Stories & News: Office of the Provost & Exec Vice President, Indiana University Bloomington


"Nikki Haley and the American Dream"
Grant details: FA-58556-15
Title: "Nikki Haley and the American Dream"
Author: Ellen Wu
Abstract: This blog post compares the career of South Carolina governor Nikki Haley, the daughter of immigrants from India, to earlier Asian Americans prominent in electoral politics (Senators Dalip Singh Saund, Hiram Fong, Daniel Inouye). Like her predecessors, Haley has risen to prominence amidst national turmoil over race relations. All have been "model minorities"--exemplars of assimilation, political moderation, and patriotism. I argue that "model minority" characterization has not protected Haley (and others) from anti-immigrant sentiment and Islamophobia. Her story highlights the distance between the "American Dream" as an promise and the as-yet-to-be-achieved substantive reality for all Americans.
Date: 01/20/2016
Primary URL: http://blog.press.princeton.edu/2016/01/20/ellen-wu-on-nikki-haley-and-the-role-of-the-model-minority/
Primary URL Description: Princeton University Press's "Election 101" blog features PUP authors discussing matters related to the 2016 presidential election in the United States. "Drawing on the work of scholars in fields from history through political science, political theory, economics, and sociology, [PUP] will be featuring a brand of analytical commentary that will add substance to the spin that drives the political debates."
Website: Election 101 (Princeton University Press blog)


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


Victor Hugo's Breakfast of Champions
Grant details: FB-52459-06
Title: Victor Hugo's Breakfast of Champions
Author: Elizabeth Emery
Abstract: Blog post about celebrity images used to sell breakfast products, from the nineteenth-century to the Wheaties box.
Date: 02/03/2016
Primary URL: http://www.wondersandmarvels.com/2016/02/victor-hugos-breakfast-of-champions.html
Blog Title: Bric-a-brac-o-mani/Wonders & Marvels
Website: http://www.wondersandmarvels.com/2016/02/victor-hugos-breakfast-of-champions.html


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


“Hollywood and the Helpless Husband”
Grant details: FB-54782-10
Title: “Hollywood and the Helpless Husband”
Author: Janet Golden
Abstract: Post about men taking care of babies in Hollywood movies
Date: 8/12/2012
Primary URL: http://womensvoicesforchange.org/hollywood-and-the-helpless-husband.htm
Blog Title: 'Hollywood and the Helpless Husband"
Website: Women's Voices for Change


“The United States Children’s Bureau: Time for a Revival?”
Grant details: FB-54782-10
Title: “The United States Children’s Bureau: Time for a Revival?”
Author: Janet Golden
Abstract: About the US Children's Bureau
Date: 10/23/2012
Primary URL: http://http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/public_health/The-US-Childrens-Bureau-time-for-a- revival.html
Blog Title: The United States Children’s Bureau: Time for a Revival?”
Website: The Public's Health


“Government-sponsored Health Care’s Success (in World War II)
Grant details: FB-54782-10
Title: “Government-sponsored Health Care’s Success (in World War II)
Author: Janet Golden
Abstract: About the EMIC program for Maternity, Infancy Care of servicemen's families in WW2
Date: 4/21/2014
Secondary URL: http:/http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/public_health/Government-sponsored-health-cares- success-in-World-War-II.html
Blog Title: “Government-sponsored Health Care’s Success (in World War II)
Website: The Public's Health


Rickets Returns; What Ever Happened to Cod Liver Oil?”
Grant details: FB-54782-10
Title: Rickets Returns; What Ever Happened to Cod Liver Oil?”
Author: Janet Golden
Abstract: About government support for giving babies cod liver oil
Date: 7/18/2014
Secondary URL: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/public_health/Rickets-returns--Whatever-happened-to-cod- liver-oil.html
Blog Title: “Rickets Returns; What Ever Happened to Cod Liver Oil?”
Website: The Public's Health


“Remember What ‘Aunt Sammy’ said…about babies and drafts?”
Grant details: FB-54782-10
Title: “Remember What ‘Aunt Sammy’ said…about babies and drafts?”
Author: Janet Golden
Abstract: About infant care advice from the government delivered over the radio in the 1930s
Date: 10/7/2015
Primary URL: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/public_health/Remember-what-Aunt-Sammy- said---- about-fans-and-babies.html
Blog Title: “Remember What ‘Aunt Sammy’ said…about babies and drafts?”
Website: The Public's Health


“What Will Today’s Immigration Detention Centers Look Like to Future Americans?”
Grant details: FB-54782-10
Title: “What Will Today’s Immigration Detention Centers Look Like to Future Americans?”
Author: Janet Golden
Abstract: About infants and children in Japanese American internment camps in WW2 compared to modern detention centers
Date: 6/22/2016
Primary URL: http://http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/public_health/What- will-todays-immigration-detention-centers-look-like-to-future-Americans-.html
Blog Title: “What Will Today’s Immigration Detention Centers Look Like to Future Americans?”
Website: The Public's Health


Rickets Returns; What Ever Happened to Cod Liver Oil?”
Grant details: FB-54782-10
Title: Rickets Returns; What Ever Happened to Cod Liver Oil?”
Author: Janet Golden
Abstract: About government support for giving babies cod liver oil
Date: 7/18/2014
Secondary URL: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/public_health/Rickets-returns--Whatever-happened-to-cod- liver-oil.html
Blog Title: “Rickets Returns; What Ever Happened to Cod Liver Oil?”
Website: The Public's Health


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


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


Remembering Julian Bond
Grant details: FB-57572-14
Title: Remembering Julian Bond
Author: Emilye Crosby
Abstract: The blog post is a remembrance of Julian Bond based on an April 2016 panel at the Organization of American Historians meeting.
Date: 6/10/2016
Primary URL: http://www.processhistory.org/remembering-julian-bond/
Primary URL Description: Process: A Blog for American Historians
Blog Title: Remembering Julian Bond
Website: Organization of American Historians Process: A Blog for American Historians


The OHO Group, "Information," and Global Conceptualism avant la lettre
Grant details: FB-58263-15
Title: The OHO Group, "Information," and Global Conceptualism avant la lettre
Author: Ksenya Gurshtein
Abstract: A four-part series to be published at some point.
Date: 1/1/2015
Primary URL: http://post.at.moma.org/content_items/850-part-1-the-oho-group-information-and-global-conceptualism-avant-la-lettre
Blog Title: The OHO Group, "Information," and Global Conceptualism avant la lettre
Website: Post: Notes on Modern and Contemporary Art Around the Globe


Peacemaking and women's rights... a century in the making
Grant details: FEL-257196-18
Title: Peacemaking and women's rights... a century in the making
Author: Mona Siegel
Abstract: n the aftermath of WWI global women activists saw a moment to empower women in the peace negotiations and seek a new order, one that was inclusive of women’s rights and where women held a voice in the establishment of a lasting peace. In this article, Mona Siegel draws on her new book Peace on Our Terms: The Global Battle for Women’s Rights After the First World War detailing the stories of women activists, their efforts to champion a different type of peace and how they left their mark on the emerging fundamental principles for democracy and social justice.
Date: 11/18/2019
Primary URL: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/wps/2019/11/18/peacemaking-and-womens-rights-a-century-in-the-making/
Blog Title: WPS Blog
Website: Centre for Women, Peace, and Security Blog - The London School of Economics


Alison Saar's Swing Low
Grant details: FEL-257329-18
Title: Alison Saar's Swing Low
Author: Renee Ater
Abstract: This blog post considers Alison Saar's Swing Low, a memorial dedicated to Harriet Tubman and located in New York City .
Date: 04/13/2018
Primary URL: https://www.reneeater.com/on-monuments-blog/2018/4/13/legacy-museum
Blog Title: On Monuments
Website: www.reneeater.com


Timeline of Harriet Tubman Monuments
Grant details: FEL-257329-18
Title: Timeline of Harriet Tubman Monuments
Author: Renee Ater
Abstract: A timeline of monuments to Harriet Tubman created using Knight Lab's TimelineJS.
Date: 03/09/2019
Primary URL: https://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=15y_F2yBAyNm69rtxu5C0hNAnJweb-vtkL71d5O5Imxk&font=Default&lang=en&initial_zoom=2&height=650&fbclid=IwAR10-th-cDZ9CqbPrUA7HrvlEsBQ3D8vSLhyeddp8y6f1Xbmw5ZcRBokoKc
Blog Title: On Monuments
Website: www.reneeater.com


StoryMap of Harriet Tubman Monuments
Grant details: FEL-257329-18
Title: StoryMap of Harriet Tubman Monuments
Author: Renee Ater
Abstract: Story map of Harriet Tubman monuments across the United States created created using Knight Lab's StoryMapJS.
Date: 03/09/2019
Primary URL: https://uploads.knightlab.com/storymapjs/97a7593bacc4a42ccd10a54b3f80d922/harriet-tubman-monuments-2019/index.html
Blog Title: On Monuments
Website: www.reneeater.com


The ‘Psalms of David’ as reimagined and rewritten by Muslims
Grant details: FEL-257599-18
Title: The ‘Psalms of David’ as reimagined and rewritten by Muslims
Author: David Vishanoff
Abstract: The history of the Bible in Arabic includes not only the reception of its textual content, and the reworking of its stories and themes in various forms of “rewritten Bible,” but also the reimagining of the Bible as a concept—in the minds of Muslims as well as Jews and Christians. One particularly curious example of rewritten Bible is an Arabic text purporting to be the “Psalms of David,” written by a Muslim to fit a Qur’anic conception of the Zabur. Rather than human prayers and praises addressed to God, this collection of one hundred “suras” takes the form of a divine revelation spoken by God to the prophet David, full of pious admonitions about the enticements of this world and the terrors of the next. [...]
Date: 5/14/2019
Primary URL: https://biblia-arabica.com/the-psalms-of-david-as-reimagined-and-rewritten-by-muslims/
Primary URL Description: The “Psalms of David” as reimagined and rewritten by Muslims
Secondary URL: https://david.vishanoff.com/reimagined-and-rewritten/
Secondary URL Description: The “Psalms of David” as reimagined and rewritten by Muslims
Blog Title: The “Psalms of David” as reimagined and rewritten by Muslims
Website: Biblia Arabica


“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/


“Maria Edgeworth’s (Deleted) Thoughts on Frances Burney’s Evelina"
Grant details: FT-248660-16
Title: “Maria Edgeworth’s (Deleted) Thoughts on Frances Burney’s Evelina"
Author: Hilary Havens
Abstract: This is a short blog post demonstrating the effectiveness of my methodologies in digital paleography to recover deleted text. I look at a letter from the author Maria Edgeworth about her impressions of Frances Burney's _Evelina_, which was a famous contemporary novel.
Date: 10/7/2016
Primary URL: http://web.archive.org/web/20180331004915/http://www.aphrabehn.org/ABO/maria-edgeworths-deleted-thoughts-on-frances-burneys-evelina/
Primary URL Description: The site of the invited blog post, which can only be viewed in the "wayback machine" since the original site is not available.
Secondary URL: http://www.aphrabehn.org/ABO/maria-edgeworths-deleted-thoughts-on-frances-burneys-evelina/
Secondary URL Description: The original site, which is currently down.
Blog Title: Aphra Behn Online Public: An Interactive Forum for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830
Website: Aphra Behn Online Public: An Interactive Forum for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830


Early Modern Prisons (created the entire website with one collaborator, ongoing posts)
Grant details: FT-248894-16
Title: Early Modern Prisons (created the entire website with one collaborator, ongoing posts)
Author: Rachel Weil
Author: Richard Bell
Abstract: Early Modern Prisons is a collective effort to find out what it was like to be locked up in the early modern period. We are interested in the economics and government of the prison, the fees, the food, how alcohol was sold, how news circulated, diseases, smells, sex, lice, irons, close confinement, charity, garnish, ancient privileges, violence, how prisoners organized and protested. We want to know what practices of detention tell us about contemporary notions of freedom and unfreedom, and how places of detention figure in the great early modern political debates about rights, tyranny, abuse, freedom and legality. We are interested in all kinds of prisoners, from debtors to convicts, from prisoners of war to inmates of bridewells and plague houses.
Date: 9/15/2016
Primary URL: http://earlymodernprisons.org
Website: Early Modern Prisons


George Washington’s road trip: Trip tips for Trump
Grant details: FT-248921-16
Title: George Washington’s road trip: Trip tips for Trump
Author: David Head
Abstract: An op ed published in the Orlando Sentinel that encourages president-elect Donald Trump to undertake a tour of all the states, as George Washington upon first taking office.
Date: 11/19/2016
Primary URL: http://http://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/os-ed-george-washington-donald-trump-visit111916-20161119-story.html
Primary URL Description: George Washington’s road trip: Trip tips for Trump
Blog Title: George Washington’s road trip: Trip tips for Trump
Website: Orlando Sentinel


“Why is There a Bull on the Magazine Cover?” The Readers of the Soviet Magazine "30 Days"
Grant details: FT-259659-18
Title: “Why is There a Bull on the Magazine Cover?” The Readers of the Soviet Magazine "30 Days"
Author: Cassio de Oliveira
Abstract: Better known nowadays for having been the venue for the publication in installments of Il’ia Il’f and Evgenii Petrov’s famous novels The Twelve Chairs and The Golden Calf (published in 1928 and 1931 respectively), "30 Days" also holds a unique place in the Soviet publishing environment between the NEP Era and the First Five-Year Plan. In this post, de Oliveira sheds light on the distinctive features of "30 Days" by focusing on archival evidence about the makeup of its readership.
Date: 09/19/2018
Primary URL: https://u.osu.edu/seej/2018/09/19/why-is-there-a-bull-on-the-magazine-cover-the-readers-of-the-soviet-magazine-30-days/
Primary URL Description: Link to the blog post.
Blog Title: Slavic and East European Blog
Website: Slavic and East European Journal


"Summer Camp: American Religion and Recreation in the Great Outdoors"
Grant details: FT-265510-19
Title: "Summer Camp: American Religion and Recreation in the Great Outdoors"
Author: Monica L. Mercado
Abstract: Summer seems like the obvious time to contemplate the long history of American religion outdoors, and to think through the intersection of religious institutions with the natural world at a site familiar to many of us: summer sleep-away camp. In the early twentieth century, Catholic writers and educators urged their fellow laymen and women build new recreational possibilities for children that were both American and Catholic. While the potential of summer camps to reform and revitalize the Catholic boy was often the center of these conversations, Catholic girls and young women were also invited to participate in a range of new summer activities, and often made them their own.
Date: 07/25/2019
Primary URL: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/anxiousbench/2019/07/summer-camp-american-religion-and-recreation-in-the-great-outdoors/
Blog Title: "Summer Camp: American Religion and Recreation in the Great Outdoors"
Website: Anxious Bench / Patheos.com


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/


Pieces of Work: Creativity and Intellectual Labor in Our Mutual Friend
Grant details: FT-53201-05
Title: Pieces of Work: Creativity and Intellectual Labor in Our Mutual Friend
Author: Sean Grass
Abstract: Drawn from both the book in progress funded by the NEH (now titled "Life upon the Exchange") and extended work conducted as part of my 2014 book Charles Dickens's Our Mutual Friend: A Publishing History (Ashgate 2014), this blog post assesses Dickens's presentation of "work" and the commodified intellectual labor of authorship as these appear in Our Mutual Friend. The blog post was written for the Our Mutual Friend Reading Project designed by the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies at Birkbeck, University of London.
Date: 10/1/14
Primary URL: http://dickensourmutualfriend.wordpress.com/2014/10/15/pieces-of-work-creativity-and-intellectual-labor-in-our-mutual-friend/
Website: Dickens Our Mutual Friend Reading Project


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


Art History Professor Darius A. Spieth To Publish Two Books on Art Markets
Grant details: FT-56708-09
Title: Art History Professor Darius A. Spieth To Publish Two Books on Art Markets
Author: Angela T. Harwood
Abstract: Announcement of book contract for "Revolutionary Paris and the Market for Netherlandish Art" signed with Brill, research for which was partly funded through NEH grant.
Date: 07/07/2016
Primary URL: http://design.lsu.edu/art-history-professor-darius-spieth-publish-books-brill-oxford-university-press/
Blog Title: Faculty News, LSU College of Art+Design
Website: Faculty News, LSU College of Art+Design


?Half-Pint Prototype: The Outsize Influence of 7 World Trade Center (book excerpt)
Grant details: FZ-231313-15
Title: ?Half-Pint Prototype: The Outsize Influence of 7 World Trade Center (book excerpt)
Author: judith Dupré
Abstract: An excerpt from ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER that explores the influence of 7 World Trade Center on One World Trade Center's design, engineering, construction methods, and safety features.
Date: 11/30/2016
Primary URL: http://www.gothamcenter.org/blog/half-pint-prototype-the-outsize-influence-of-7-world-trade-center
Primary URL Description: Gotham is the blog of the Gotham Center, a public educational organization devoted to the history of New York at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Mike Wallace founded the Center in 2000.
Website: Gotham


Sea People Tidbits
Grant details: FZ-231375-15
Title: Sea People Tidbits
Author: Christina Thompson
Abstract: Series of posts outlining interesting facts and details from the research for Sea People: The Puzzle of Polynesia
Date: 02/24/2016
Primary URL: http://www.christinathompson.net/blog/
Primary URL Description: Personal website featuring information about author and book project.
Blog Title: Sea People Tidbits
Website: christinathompson.net


Stuart Pyhrr Visits the Higgins Collection
Grant details: GE-259267-18
Title: Stuart Pyhrr Visits the Higgins Collection
Author: Sydney Kasok
Abstract: Stuart Pyhrr, Distinguished Research Curator in the Department of Arms and Armor at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is brought to the Worcester Art Museum as a consultant to aid in the Arms and Armor collection review.
Date: 9/5/2019
Primary URL: https://wamupdates.worcesterart.org/2019/09/stuart-pyhrr-visits-higgins-collection.html
Blog Title: WAM Updates - Stuart Pyhrr Visits the Higgins Collection
Website: The Worcester Art Museum - WAM Updates


Elizabeth Bishop in Brazil
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Elizabeth Bishop in Brazil
Author: Plant Talk
Abstract: The New York Botanical Garden partnered with the Poetry Society of America to bring a daylong celebration of the life and work of Elizabeth Bishop to the Bronx. Many of Bishop’s original poems and translations of Brazilian poets can be read on billboards set up throughout the Garden right now as complements to the current exhibit, Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx.
Date: 7/16/19
Primary URL: https://www.nybg.org/blogs/plant-talk/2019/07/adult-education/elizabeth-bishop-in-brazil/
Primary URL Description: Blog post URL
Secondary URL: N/A
Secondary URL Description: N/A
Blog Title: N/A
Website: www.nybg.org


Roberto Burle Marx - A Total Work of Art
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Roberto Burle Marx - A Total Work of Art
Author: Vanessa Sellers
Abstract: On Friday, June 7, 2019, the symposium Roberto Burle Marx—A Total Work of Art opened the Garden-wide exhibit Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx. Marking the Seventh Annual Humanities Symposium, the event celebrated Burle Marx’s life and work as an innovative artist, landscape architect, and conservationist, all in one.
Date: 7/11/19
Primary URL: https://www.nybg.org/blogs/plant-talk/2019/07/from-the-library/humanities-institute/roberto-burle-marx-a-total-work-of-art/
Primary URL Description: Blog post URL
Secondary URL: N/A
Secondary URL Description: N/A
Blog Title: N/A
Website: www.nybg.org


Planting the World’s Largest Water Lily: Victoria amazonica
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Planting the World’s Largest Water Lily: Victoria amazonica
Author: Matthew Newman
Abstract: Our giant water lilies (Victoria amazonica) are symbols of summer in the Conservatory Courtyard Pools, which you can currently see on view during our latest exhibition, Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx.
Date: 8/8/19
Primary URL: https://www.nybg.org/blogs/plant-talk/2019/08/horticulture-2/planting-the-worlds-largest-water-lily-victoria-amazonica/
Primary URL Description: Blog post URL
Secondary URL: N/A
Secondary URL Description: N/A
Blog Title: N/A
Website: www.nybg.org


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


"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/


ONE STATE / ONE STORY: FRANKENSTEIN—SEE WHAT’S COMING TO LIFE
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: ONE STATE / ONE STORY: FRANKENSTEIN—SEE WHAT’S COMING TO LIFE
Author: Leah Nahmias
Abstract: Leah Nahmias, director of programs, details upcoming Frankenstein programs, made possible by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Date: 08/02/2017
Primary URL: http://indianahumanities.org/nehfrankenstein
Primary URL Description: Link to post on Indiana Humanities website
Blog Title: ONE STATE / ONE STORY: FRANKENSTEIN—SEE WHAT’S COMING TO LIFE


FRANKENSTEIN: THE BIG QUESTIONS
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: FRANKENSTEIN: THE BIG QUESTIONS
Author: Leah Nahmias
Abstract: Learn about the themes animating One State / One Story and meet the people who will help us explore them.
Date: 08/14/2017
Primary URL: http://indianahumanities.org/the-big-questions
Primary URL Description: Link to post on Indiana Humanities website
Blog Title: FRANKENSTEIN: THE BIG QUESTIONS


FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: IMPROVISING FRANKENSTEIN: BRINGING TO LIFE NEW STORIES OF DISABILITY
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: IMPROVISING FRANKENSTEIN: BRINGING TO LIFE NEW STORIES OF DISABILITY
Author: Jim Ansaldo
Abstract: Professor Jim Ansaldo of Indiana University shares connections between Frankenstein and disability studies, while reflecting on his time traveling as part of the Frankenstein speakers bureau.
Date: 12/14/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/jim-improvising-frankenstein


FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: FRANKENSTEIN AT 200 AND BEYOND
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: FRANKENSTEIN AT 200 AND BEYOND
Author: Cassandra Bausman
Abstract: Dr. Cassandra Bausman, Assistant Professor of English at Trine University, reflects on her experiences traveling the Hoosier state to discuss the connections between Frankenstein and Jurassic Park.
Date: 11/30/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/bausman_reflection


THE MARVEL-OUS FRANKENSTEIN: STAN LEE’S ADAPTATION OF SHELLEY’S CLASSIC TALE
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: THE MARVEL-OUS FRANKENSTEIN: STAN LEE’S ADAPTATION OF SHELLEY’S CLASSIC TALE
Author: Megan Telligman
Abstract: As we consider Stan Lee's legacy, Frankenstein Program Manager Megan Telligman reflects on the life of Frankenstein's monster in the Marvel Comics universe.
Date: 11/16/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/stanlee


FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: “YOU MUST CREATE A FEMALE FOR ME:” NEGOTIATING RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN FRANKENSTEIN
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: “YOU MUST CREATE A FEMALE FOR ME:” NEGOTIATING RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN FRANKENSTEIN
Author: Caroline Breshears
Abstract: Is a relationship a right? Dr. Caroline Breashears reflects on creature's demand for Frankenstein to make him a mate.
Date: 11/2/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/you-must-create-a-female-for-me-negotiating-rights-and-responsibilities-in-frankenstein


WHAT VERSION OF FRANKENSTEIN SHOULD I READ?
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: WHAT VERSION OF FRANKENSTEIN SHOULD I READ?
Author: Leah Nahmias
Abstract: Director of Programs Leah Nahmias comments on the versions of the novel we'll be using for One State / One Story: Frankenstein.
Date: 9/26/2017
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/version-frankenstein-read


MARGARET ATWOOD’S FRANKENSTEIN-IAN SPECULATIONS
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: MARGARET ATWOOD’S FRANKENSTEIN-IAN SPECULATIONS
Author: Megan Telligman
Abstract: Megan Telligman, Manager of Frankenstein Programs, draws parallels between two masters of speculative fiction.
Date: 4/26/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/margaret-atwoods-frankenstein-ian-speculations


THE EERIE EXPLORATIONS OF MARY SHELLEY & RAY BRADBURY
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: THE EERIE EXPLORATIONS OF MARY SHELLEY & RAY BRADBURY
Author: Jessie Cortesi
Abstract: There are more connections between Frankenstein and Ray Bradbury than you might think.
Date: 4/9/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/the-eerie-explorations-of-mary-shelley-ray-bradbury


FRANKENFUN AT THE WEEKEND RETREAT
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: FRANKENFUN AT THE WEEKEND RETREAT
Author: Bronwen Carlisle
Abstract: This past weekend we had our Frankenstein Weekend Retreat as part of One State / One Story: Frankenstein at DePauw University's Prindle Institute for Ethics. Take a look at our Franken-spired menu and other details to see how attendees engaged with Shelley's famous text through all five senses.
Date: 3/28/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/weekendretreatrecap


MAKING MONSTERS: LEARNING GAME DESIGN WITH FRANKENSTEIN WORKSHOP RECAP
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: MAKING MONSTERS: LEARNING GAME DESIGN WITH FRANKENSTEIN WORKSHOP RECAP
Author: Jessie Cortesi
Abstract: Indiana Humanities Graduate Student Intern Jessie Cortesi runs down the day and highlights a game created during the workshop.
Date: 3/12/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/making-monsters-learning-game-design-frankenstein-workshop-recap


GUILLERMO DEL TORO’S MONSTROUS INSPIRATION
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: GUILLERMO DEL TORO’S MONSTROUS INSPIRATION
Author: Megan Telligman
Abstract: Megan Telligman discusses the surprising Frankenstein connections to this year’s Oscars race.
Date: 3/1/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/monstrousinspiration


WHAT IS THAT? FRANKLY FASCINATING OBJECTS FROM THE INDIANA MEDICAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: WHAT IS THAT? FRANKLY FASCINATING OBJECTS FROM THE INDIANA MEDICAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Author: Leah Nahmias
Abstract: Leah Nahmias, director of programs and community engagement, shares eight fascinating Frankenstein-themed artifacts from the Indiana Medical History Museum.
Date: 10/26/2017
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/fascinatingobjectsfromimhm


FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: SELLING ELECTRIC ART TO THE CURIOUS
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: SELLING ELECTRIC ART TO THE CURIOUS
Author: Matthew Weedman
Abstract: Matthew Weedman, Professor of Art at Wabash College, reflects on his time traveling Indiana, sharing his knowledge of electricity, cinema and Frankenstein.
Date: 10/26/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/ffriday-selling-electric-art-to-the-curious


FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: Q&A WITH JOHN BERNERS
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: FRANKENSTEIN FRIDAY: Q&A WITH JOHN BERNERS
Author: Megan Telligman
Abstract: We asked John Berners, Professor of Music at the University of Indianapolis, to reflect on how he composed an original score for Edison's 1910 silent film, Frankenstein.
Date: 10/19/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/qa-with-john-berners


ADAPTING FRANKENSTEIN
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: ADAPTING FRANKENSTEIN
Author: Megan Telligman
Abstract: Contemporary authors animate an old story with new life.
Date: 10/5/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/adapting-frankenstein


Poetry from Prison
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: Poetry from Prison
Author: Adam Henze
Abstract: Frankenstein Speakers Bureau Member Adam Henze reflects on teaching Frankenstein in a women's prison.
Date: 8/15/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/poetry-from-prison


THE FRANKENSTEIN ATLAS
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: THE FRANKENSTEIN ATLAS
Author: Jessie Cortesi
Abstract: Graduate intern Jessie Cortesi reflects on a monstrous digital creation.
Date: 7/13/2018
Primary URL: https://indianahumanities.org/the-frankenstein-atlas


PROMETHEAN PROMISES: FRANKENSTEIN AND JURASSIC PARK
Grant details: GW-255974-17
Title: PROMETHEAN PROMISES: FRANKENSTEIN AND JURASSIC PARK
Author: Cassandra Bausman
Abstract: Professor Cassandra Bausman from Trine University reflects on the legacy of Mary Shelley's famous novel and its connections to a more modern story.
Date: 6/11/2018
Primary URL: PROMETHEAN PROMISES: FRANKENSTEIN AND JURASSIC PARK


Info on Great Stories Club author virtual event
Grant details: GW-259303-18
Title: Info on Great Stories Club author virtual event
Author: PPO staff
Abstract: Libraries that received a GSC grant to implement the series "Empathy: The Cost of Switching Sides" joined ALA for a virtual event featuring March: Book Three co-authors. GSC teen readers also attended the webinar and were invited to submit questions to the authors.
Date: 09/12/2018
Primary URL: http://www.programminglibrarian.org/learn/march-andrew-aydin-and-nate-powell
Primary URL Description: Listing and description of event, with link to archived version
Secondary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fk0Z1PuwJwY&t=472s
Secondary URL Description: Archived version on YouTube
Website: Programming Librarian


Call for Proposals (Empathy and Heroism grants)
Grant details: GW-259303-18
Title: Call for Proposals (Empathy and Heroism grants)
Author: PPO staff
Abstract: Blog post promoting open applications for Great Stories Club grant. Includes link to a related proposal planning webinar, which is available via archive.
Date: 05/08/2018
Primary URL: http://www.programminglibrarian.org/articles/apply-now-great-stories-club-book-club-underserved-youth
Website: Programming Librarian


Saving New Sounds: The Sonic Web (Part 3).
Grant details: HAA-255979-17
Title: Saving New Sounds: The Sonic Web (Part 3).
Author: Jeremy Wade Morris
Abstract: All web histories are marked by their absences – by what cannot be captured in a dynamic and often-changing environment of code, objects, pages, sites and spheres.[1] But web sounds are doubly vulnerable. First, most of the web archiving tools available today, like the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine, Archive.Today or Pinboard, are primarily built on visual metaphors and thus neglect, or at least push to the background, the role of audio. Second, preserving audio formats often requires preserving the sounds themselves as well as the technologies on which to play those sounds. Like so many other digital media, web audio is hard to hear not just because it is hard to find and save but because it is hard to know what to save along with it to make it playable in the future. Driscoll and Diaz’s claim that ‘the role of music, sound, and noise in computer games remains relatively under examined'[2] also applies to web sounds more generally, and even more acutely to attempts to preserve the longer history of the web’s soundscapes.
Date: 04/30/2018
Primary URL: https://www.flowjournal.org/2018/04/saving-new-sounds-2/
Blog Title: Saving New Sounds: The Sonic Web (Part 3).
Website: Flow Journal


Saving New Sounds: Podcasts and Preservation (Part 2)
Grant details: HAA-255979-17
Title: Saving New Sounds: Podcasts and Preservation (Part 2)
Author: Jeremy Wade Morris
Abstract: Podcasts, like so many artifacts of digital culture, are unstable objects. As downloadable files, podcasts can be moved, copied and played and so they seem stable enough to save easily. In fact, for the first decade or so of podcasting’s existence (and for many non-ad-supported podcasts still), they were largely static and unchanging. But as the podcasting industry grows up and experiments with new forms of, and technologies for, advertising and monetization, the coherence of the audio file is more in question now than it ever has been. Should a database account for these multiple versions?
Date: 02/26/2018
Primary URL: https://www.flowjournal.org/2018/02/saving-new-sounds/
Blog Title: Saving New Sounds: Podcasts and Preservation
Website: Flow Journal


Saving New Sounds: Podcasts and Preservation (Part 1)
Grant details: HAA-255979-17
Title: Saving New Sounds: Podcasts and Preservation (Part 1)
Author: Jeremy Wade Morris
Abstract: We are, as commentators have noted, in the midst of a “Golden Age of Podcasts”; a moment where the choice for quality digital audio abounds, and where new voices and listeners connect daily through earbuds, car stereos, home speakers or office computers. Depending on how you define it, podcasting is either just over 10 years old, more than 20 years old, or merely the latest soundwave in radio’s much longer history. [1] However you date it, in the decade since 2004 when the term “podcasting” was inadvertently coined the format has exploded: there are now over 300,000 podcasts and 8 million episodes in over 100 languages, with new ones launching every day. [2] Given how ubiquitous and available podcasts are, you might assume they would not face the same preservation risks as, say, old radio tape reels, transcription discs or celluloid film stock. Podcasts are largely free and their near-instant availability on multiple devices makes them seem as if they are in endless supply. They take up relatively few megabytes, which makes it easy to store a lot of them, and they are often available through multiple channels and aggregators (iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, etc.). But podcasts are surprisingly vulnerable; podcast feeds end abruptly, cease to be maintained, or become housed in proprietary databases, like iTunes, which are difficult to search with any rigor. Many podcasts get put behind paywalls as they get popular, or as back catalogues become a potential source of revenue. Then there’s the precarity of the very platforms that help make up podcasting’s diffuse and sometimes DIY infrastructure: I recently heard from an independent podcaster who had been hosting their show via the file management app/website Dropbox, but once that company made significant changes to its “public folder” feature, the podcaster was left scrambling to find another solution for where to host their files (and had to return to older shows to update the URLs and locations of new files).
Date: 10/17/2017
Primary URL: https://www.flowjournal.org/2017/10/saving-new-sounds-podcasts/
Blog Title: Saving New Sounds: Podcasts and Preservation
Website: Flow Journal


Mina Loy migrates to Maine
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Mina Loy migrates to Maine
Author: Suzanne Churchill
Abstract: This blog post, part of a "news/events" blog we added to our project website, reports on the project architects' work session and meeting with Loy's executor in Maine in January.
Date: 01/30/2018
Primary URL: http://mina-loy.com/
Primary URL Description: A scholarly website dedicated to avant-garde artist, writer, and inventor Mina Loy (1882-1966), including scholarly essays, bios, maps, documents, and other visualizations and interactive features.
Secondary URL: http://mina-loy.com/sightings/mina-loy-migrates-to-maine/
Secondary URL Description: A blog post about the Maine work retreat.
Blog Title: "News/Events"
Website: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde


Mina Loy in the DH Classroom
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Mina Loy in the DH Classroom
Author: Susan Rosenbaum
Abstract: a blog post about a cross-institutional collaboration, in which students researched, drafted, critiqued, and revised bios of avant-garde figures who moved in Loy's circles or were influenced by her.
Date: 12/21/17
Primary URL: http://mina-loy.com/
Primary URL Description: A scholarly website dedicated to Mina Loy.
Secondary URL: http://mina-loy.com/sightings/mina-loy-in-the-dh-classroom/
Secondary URL Description: a blog post about the biography project.
Blog Title: News/Events
Website: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde


Modernist Portraits by Kim Rae Taylor
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Modernist Portraits by Kim Rae Taylor
Author: Linda Kinnahan
Abstract: blog post about oil portraits of older modernist women writers and artists, including a beautiful portrait of Mina Loy
Date: 01/22/2018
Primary URL: http://mina-loy.com/
Primary URL Description: Scholarly website dedicated to Mina Loy.
Secondary URL: http://mina-loy.com/sightings/modernist-portraits-by-kim-rae-taylor/
Secondary URL Description: Blog post about portrait of Mina Loy by Kim Rae Taylor.
Blog Title: news/events
Website: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde


Mina Loy descends on D.C.
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Mina Loy descends on D.C.
Author: Suzanne Churchil
Abstract: Blog post describing the NEH ODH meeting for project directors' meeting, attended by Suzanne Churchill and Linda Kinnahan. The post lists the ideas and plans generated by the meeting.
Date: 02/10/18
Primary URL: http://mina-loy.com/
Primary URL Description: Scholarly website dedicated to Mina Loy.
Secondary URL: http://http://mina-loy.com/sightings/mina-loy-descends-on-dc/
Secondary URL Description: blog post on project directors' meeting.
Blog Title: news/events
Website: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde


Interview: Navigating the Avant-Garde & the Digital Humanities
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Interview: Navigating the Avant-Garde & the Digital Humanities
Author: Charlotte Whalen and Jade French
Abstract: Transcript of Whalen and Jade's interview with project architects Suzanne Churchill, Linda Kinnahan, and Susan Rosenbaum.
Date: 02/20/2018
Primary URL: https://medium.com/decorating-dissidence
Primary URL Description: Blog/online magazine about Modernist, Feminism & the Arts
Secondary URL: https://medium.com/decorating-dissidence/navigating-the-avant-garde-collaboration-community-the-digital-humanities-63074c5d9726
Secondary URL Description: interview with project architects
Blog Title: Interview: Navigating the Avant-Garde & the Digital Humanities
Website: Decorating Dissidence


Mina Loy Sized Up on Medium
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Mina Loy Sized Up on Medium
Author: Suzanne Churchill
Abstract: announcement about interviewed published on Decorating Dissidence.
Date: 02/21/18
Primary URL: http://mina-loy.com/
Primary URL Description: scholarly website dedicated to Mina Loy
Secondary URL: http://mina-loy.com/sightings/mina-loy-sized-up-on-medium/
Secondary URL Description: blog post about publication of online interview.
Blog Title: news/events
Website: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde


Climbing Costa San Giorgio
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Climbing Costa San Giorgio
Author: Linda Kinnahan
Abstract: Linda Kinnahan reports on her visit to Italy and pilgrimage to various sites where Loy lived, frequented, and exhibited work.
Date: 03/21/2018
Primary URL: http://mina-loy.com/
Primary URL Description: scholarly website dedicated to Mina Loy
Secondary URL: http://mina-loy.com/italy/climbing-costa-san-giorgio/
Secondary URL Description: blog post including photos and narrative of visit to various sites where Loy lived in Italy.
Blog Title: news/events
Website: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde


Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde wins NEH Grant
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde wins NEH Grant
Author: Suzanne Churchill
Abstract: blog post about our project receiving a generous NEH Digital Studies Advancement Grant--thank you!
Date: 10/10/2017
Primary URL: http://mina-loy.com/
Primary URL Description: scholarly website dedicated to Mina Loy
Secondary URL: http://mina-loy.com/sightings/mina-loy-navigating-the-avant-garde-wins-prestigious-neh-grant/
Secondary URL Description: Blog post about winning NEH DHAG grant.
Blog Title: news/events
Website: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde


Digital Humanities Project Wins Prestigious NEH Grant
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Digital Humanities Project Wins Prestigious NEH Grant
Author: Lisa Patterson
Abstract: Davidson College features article on their website announcing that our project has received an NEH Grant.
Date: 08/02/2017
Primary URL: http://davidson.edu
Primary URL Description: Davidson College website
Secondary URL: http://www.davidson.edu/news/news-stories/170802-digital-humanities-neh-grant
Secondary URL Description: Article on NEH grant award.
Blog Title: News
Website: Davidson College


Mina Loy on the Pittsburgh Stage
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: Mina Loy on the Pittsburgh Stage
Author: Linda Kinnahan
Abstract: Blog post reporting on a public talk delivered by Churchill, Kinnahan, and Rosenburg, and a workshop conducted by Churchill & Rosenburg, at Duquese University in March.
Date: 04/21/2017
Primary URL: http://mina-loy.com/
Primary URL Description: scholarly website devoted to Mina Loy
Secondary URL: http://mina-loy.com/news-events/mina-loy-on-the-pittsburgh-stage/
Secondary URL Description: blog post on Duquesne public talk and workshop
Blog Title: news/event
Website: Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde


2018-03-12: NEH ODH Project Directors' Meeting
Grant details: HAA-256368-17
Title: 2018-03-12: NEH ODH Project Directors' Meeting
Author: Michele Weigle
Abstract: This blog post is a trip report from the NEH ODH Project Directors' Meeting in February 2018. It includes slides presented as part of our lightning talk on the "Visualizing Webpage Changes Over Time" project.
Date: 03/12/2018
Primary URL: http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2018/03/2018-03-12-neh-odh-project-directors.html
Blog Title: WS-DL Blog


Selling the South Mall
Grant details: HAA-261267-18
Title: Selling the South Mall
Author: David Hochfelder
Abstract: Discussion of the efforts to convince the public that state-driven urban renewal was necessary for Albany.
Date: 1/15/19
Primary URL: https://98acresinalbany.wordpress.com/
Primary URL Description: Blog of 98 Acres in Albany project on history of urban renewal in Albany, NY
Website: 98 Acres in Albany: 40 Blocks, Thousands of Stories


Double Parking While Black
Grant details: HAA-261267-18
Title: Double Parking While Black
Author: Ann Pfau
Abstract: Story of incident of police brutality in the South Mall take area, Albany, NY.
Date: 1/3/19
Primary URL: https://98acresinalbany.wordpress.com/
Website: 98 Acres in Albany: 40 Blocks, Thousands of Stories


We Try Harder
Grant details: HAA-261267-18
Title: We Try Harder
Author: David Hochfelder
Abstract: History of challenges to the Albany Democratic political machine, as a result of urban renewal.
Date: 11/5/18
Primary URL: https://98acresinalbany.wordpress.com/
Website: 98 Acres in Albany: 40 Blocks, Thousands of Stories


Montpelier Presenting at Enslaved Conference
Grant details: HAA-263835-19
Title: Montpelier Presenting at Enslaved Conference
Author: Terry Brock
Abstract: Dr. Mary Furlong Minkoff, Curator of Archaeological Collections, and Dr. Terry P. Brock, Assistant Director of Archaeology, will be giving a presentation on Marcy 8, 2019 at the Enslaved Conference at Michigan State University. The Conference is a two-day gathering of scholars and cultural heritage professionals who are currently working on digital projects that examine slavery. The conference is part of a larger project being directed by MSU’s MATRIX, which is an effort to create a digital tool linking databases and collections from around the world that focus on the historical record of slavery. Montpelier’s paper presents the scope of the Montpelier Digital Collections Project, and also examines how it will include descendant community voices in its design. You can learn more and watch the live stream by visiting the website at http://enslaved.org. The conference hashtag is #enslaved2019.
Date: 3/7/2019
Primary URL: https://collections.montpelier.org/2019/03/07/montpelier-presenting-at-enslaved-conference/
Blog Title: Montpelier Presenting at Enslaved Conference
Website: Montpelier Digital Collections Project


Montpelier Presents at the Mid-Atlantic Archaeology Conference
Grant details: HAA-263835-19
Title: Montpelier Presents at the Mid-Atlantic Archaeology Conference
Author: Mary Furlong Minkoff
Abstract: On March 22, 2019, Project Director Mary Furlong Minkoff, PhD presented on the Montpelier Digital Collections Project at the Mid-Atlantic Archaeology Conference. This was the first time the Digital Collections Project was presented to fellow scholars and museum professionals in the Mid-Atlantic. The paper was part of the session, “Montpelier Archaeology: Using Digital Application to Better Understand, Preserve, and Share Montpelier’s Cultural Heritage.” This session focused on the new technologies and digital tools that have been adopted as part of the Montpelier Foundations initiative to participate more actively and thoroughly in the world of digital humanities. To see the full MAAC 2019 program schedule visit http://www.maacmidatlanticarchaeology.org.
Date: 4/1/2019
Primary URL: https://collections.montpelier.org/2019/04/01/montpelier-presents-at-the-mid-atlantic-archaeology-conference/
Blog Title: Montpelier Presents at the Mid-Atlantic Archaeology Conference
Website: Montpelier Digital Collections Project


"Black Beauties: More than just pretty girls"
Grant details: HB-257679-18
Title: "Black Beauties: More than just pretty girls"
Author: Frances Agustin
Abstract: A blog on how Dr. Charissa Threat rediscovers the forgotten black female pin-ups of WWII.
Date: 02/21/2020
Primary URL: https://blogs.chapman.edu/wilkinson/2020/02/21/black-beauties-more-than-just-pretty-girls/
Blog Title: "Black Beauties: More than just pretty girls" by Frances Agustin
Website: Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences


Finding Runaway Slaves: Freedom on the Move and the Databasing of Fugitive Slave Advertisements from North American Newspapers
Grant details: HD-229031-15
Title: Finding Runaway Slaves: Freedom on the Move and the Databasing of Fugitive Slave Advertisements from North American Newspapers
Author: OAH Blog
Abstract: Process is the blog of the Organization of American Historians, The Journal of American History, and The American Historian, dedicated to exploring the process of doing history and the multifaceted ways of engaging with the U.S. past.
Date: 06/09/2016
Primary URL: http://www.processhistory.org/freedom-on-the-move/
Website: Process: A Blog for American History


Reading Chicago Reading Wins Start-Up Grant
Grant details: HD-248600-16
Title: Reading Chicago Reading Wins Start-Up Grant
Author: Lisa Peet
Abstract: Coverage about the project in _Library Journal_.
Date: 05/18/2016
Primary URL: http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2016/05/books-media/reading-chicago-reading-wins-start-up-grant/#_
Primary URL Description: Page for the article about our "Reading Chicago Reading" project
Secondary URL: http://dh.depaul.press/reading-chicago/
Secondary URL Description: Our project's blog.
Blog Title: Reading Chicago Reading


Empowering Makers with “The Search for Harmony”
Grant details: HD-248622-16
Title: Empowering Makers with “The Search for Harmony”
Author: Nick Ray
Abstract: Short case study post on the early stages of the Search for Harmony project
Date: 4/22/2016
Primary URL: http://www.idmaajournal.org/2016/04/empowering-makers-with-the-search-for-harmony/
Blog Title: Journal Digital Media Arts and Practice
Website: International Digital Media Arts Association


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)


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/


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


“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


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


New Resource: The Virtual Paul's Cross Project Website
Grant details: HD-51222-11
Title: New Resource: The Virtual Paul's Cross Project Website
Author: John N. Wall
Abstract: The goal of this project is to integrate what we know, or can surmise, about the look and sound of this space, destroyed by the Great Fire of London in 1666, and about the course of activities as they unfolded on the occasion of a Paul’s Cross sermon, so that we may experience a major public event of early modern London as it unfolded in real time and in the context of its original surroundings.
Date: 05/09/2013
Primary URL: https://www.hastac.org/news/new-resource-virtual-pauls-cross-project-website
Primary URL Description: Blog for HASTAC at Duke University
Blog Title: https://www.hastac.org/news/new-resource-virtual-pauls-cross-project-website
Website: https://www.hastac.org/


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


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


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/


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


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


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"


A Dataset for Distant-Reading Literature in English.
Grant details: HD-51787-13
Title: A Dataset for Distant-Reading Literature in English.
Author: Underwood, Ted
Abstract: In collaboration with HathiTrust Research Center, the author presents a collection of page-level word counts for English-language volumes in poetry, drama, and fiction.
Date: 03/01/2015
Primary URL: https://tedunderwood.com/2015/08/07/a-dataset-for-distant-reading-literature-in-english-1700-1922/
Website: The Stone and the Shell


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


Reclaiming Detroit: Decolonizing Archaeology in the Postindustrial City
Grant details: HD-51852-14
Title: Reclaiming Detroit: Decolonizing Archaeology in the Postindustrial City
Author: Krysta Ryzewski
Abstract: In this post [the author] briefly reflect[s] upon the ways in which contemporary urban archaeology is attempting to work both within and against the frameworks of late capitalist development, and [the author] provide[s] a few examples from our work at Wayne State University that link these efforts to the themes of participatory action, unlearning, return, and reclaiming that fall under the umbrella of decolonized practice.
Date: 07/05/2016
Primary URL: https://savageminds.org/2016/07/05/reclaiming-detroit-decolonizing-archaeology-in-the-postindustrial-city/
Website: Savage Minds: Notes and Queries in Anthropology


Dr. Shrady Says: The 1890 Russian Influenza as a Case Study for Understanding Epidemics in History
Grant details: HG-229283-15
Title: Dr. Shrady Says: The 1890 Russian Influenza as a Case Study for Understanding Epidemics in History
Author: Kimmerly, Veronica
Author: Ewing, E. Thomas
Author: Ewing-Nelson, Sinclair
Abstract: In early January 1890, an especially widespread outbreak of influenza that had quickly spread across Europe now seemed likely to reach the United States. Responding to this perceived danger, the Medical Record, a weekly journal, published an editorial on January 4, 1890, by Dr. George F. Shrady, which proclaimed with great certainty that a disease “of such a mild type” did not pose any serious danger to the American people. After describing common symptoms and recommended treatments for a disease popularly known as “the grip,” Shrady reassured the public that “the epidemic of influenza” was neither unusual nor dangerous. This editorial quickly reached a much broader audience when newspapers across the United States republished most or all of the text or referenced the journal’s authoritative statements about the disease. By examining the dissemination of information along with the spread of disease, this case study explores the complex relationship between medical expertise and public sentiments during a public health crisis.
Date: 8/29/2016
Primary URL: http://www.medicalheritage.org/2016/08/29/dr-shrady-says-the-1890-russian-influenza-as-a-case-study-for-understanding-epidemics-in-history/
Blog Title: Medical Heritage Library


REVEALING DATA: USING TERM FREQUENCY TO CHART INFLUENZA REPORTING
Grant details: HG-229283-15
Title: REVEALING DATA: USING TERM FREQUENCY TO CHART INFLUENZA REPORTING
Author: Ewing, E. Thomas
Author: Hargreaves, Ian
Author: King, Jessica
Author: Talnagi, Tyler
Abstract: Historical medical journals provide unique perspectives on the development of expert understanding of transmission, morbidity, and impact during an epidemic. Examining the ways that medical journals contributed to the spread of information, evaluation of interpretations, and creation of new knowledge in a specific historical process can contribute to current discussions about the relationship between expert perspectives and public understanding. Information on the Russian Influenza (1889–1890) in the British Medical Journal offers an excellent case study for evaluating historical significance and contemporary relevance.
Date: 11/14/2018
Primary URL: https://circulatingnow.nlm.nih.gov/2018/11/14/revealing-data-using-term-frequency-to-chart-influenza-reporting/
Blog Title: Circulating Now
Website: Circulating Now, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine


Machine assisted translation of cuneiform texts
Grant details: HJ-253601-17
Title: Machine assisted translation of cuneiform texts
Author: Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative
Abstract: The CDLI is delighted to announce that the international research collaboration Machine Translation and Automated Analysis of Cuneiform Languages (MTAAC) has been funded through the Trans-Atlantic Platform Digging into Data Challenge by the American National Endowment for the Humanities, the German Research Foundation, and the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Date: 4/3/2017
Primary URL: https://cdli.ucla.edu/?q=news/machine-assisted-translation-cuneiform-texts
Website: Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative


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


"Spotlight on Immigrant Stories."
Grant details: HK-230916-15
Title: "Spotlight on Immigrant Stories."
Author: Hillary Brade
Abstract: "Spotlight on Immigrant Stories."
Date: 10/27/2015
Primary URL: http://dp.la/info/2015/10/27/immigrant-stories/
Blog Title: DPLA Blog
Website: DPLA


“Immigrant Stories Project of the University of Minnesota”
Grant details: HK-230916-15
Title: “Immigrant Stories Project of the University of Minnesota”
Author: Kevin Johnson
Abstract: Story on the Immigrant Stories project.
Date: 10/02/2015
Primary URL: http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/immigration/2015/10/immigrant-stories-project-the-the-university-of-minnesota.html
Blog Title: ImmigrantProfBlog
Website: ImmigrantProfBlog


“Immigrant Stories: New Ways of Preserving and Teaching Immigration History.”
Grant details: HK-230916-15
Title: “Immigrant Stories: New Ways of Preserving and Teaching Immigration History.”
Author: Erika Lee
Author: Elizabeth Venditto
Abstract: Story describing how the Immigrant Stories project can be used in the classroom as an educational resource.
Date: 06/23/2016
Primary URL: http://iehs.org/online/immigrantstories/
Blog Title: Immigration and Ethnic History Blog


WordSeer 4.0 Demonstration Videos
Grant details: HK-50011-12
Title: WordSeer 4.0 Demonstration Videos
Author: Marti Hearst
Abstract: WordSeer 4.0 How-To Videos
Date: 2/24/2016
Primary URL: http://wordseer.berkeley.edu/wordseer-4-0-how-to-videos/
Primary URL Description: Location of how to videos on the WordSeer site.
Blog Title: WordSeer 4.0 How-To Videos
Website: WordSeer


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 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


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 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


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


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/)


Scribe: Toward a General Framework for Community Transcription
Grant details: HK-50128-13
Title: Scribe: Toward a General Framework for Community Transcription
Author: Paul Beaudoin
Abstract: Developer Paul Beaudoin gives a layperson's overview of the functionality of the Scribe transcription framework.
Date: 11/23/2015
Primary URL: http://www.nypl.org/blog/2015/11/23/scribe-framework-community-transcription


Emigrant City: An Introduction
Grant details: HK-50128-13
Title: Emigrant City: An Introduction
Author: Willa Armstrong
Abstract: A walk-through of Emigrant City, the first NYPL crowdsourcing project to be built entirely on Scribe.
Date: 11/4/2015
Primary URL: http://www.nypl.org/blog/2015/11/04/emigrant-city


Historical Texts, Modern Tools: Berkeley Prosopography Services
Grant details: HK-50161-14
Title: Historical Texts, Modern Tools: Berkeley Prosopography Services
Author: Patrick Schmitz
Author: Laurie Pearce
Abstract: Berkeley Prosopography Services (BPS) is a customizable, out-of-the-box toolkit and environment that supports prosopographical research. It is designed to solve a problem — a complex research methodology — and is not a problem or algorithm in search of a problem to which it may be applied. Prosopography is the process of discovering, through references to personal names, familial relationships, professional designations, as well as other attributes, pictures of the social, economic, intellectual activities and connections that link them. As the foundational task of prosopography is the collecting of name instances and attributes, it is hardly surprising that prosopographers were early adopters of digital tools, especially databases, which facilitated sorting, searching, and storage.
Date: 05/19/2015
Primary URL: http://llibredigital.blogs.uoc.edu/es/?s=Berkeley#
Primary URL Description: link to blog post
Blog Title: Libre Digital
Website: Libre Digital


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 HathiTrust Research Center: Large-scale Computational Analysis with the World’s First Massive Digital Library.”
Date: 6/24/15
Primary URL: https://htrcbookworm.wordpress.com/2015/06/24/several-htbw-examples-in-expository-htrc-workshop-in-july-at-lsa-si/
Blog Title: HT+BW


Literary dopplegängers and interestingness
Grant details: HK-50176-14
Title: Literary dopplegängers and interestingness
Author: Benjamin Schmidt
Abstract: "I started this post with a few digital-humanities posturing paragraphs: if you want to read them, you'll encounter them eventually. But instead let me just get the point: here's a trite new category of analysis that wouldn't be possible without distant reading techniques that produces sometimes charmingly serendipitous results." - from the blog post.
Date: 5/30/2016
Primary URL: http://sappingattention.blogspot.com/2016/05/literary-dopplegangers-and.html
Blog Title: Sapping Attention
Website: Blogspot


NEH ODH Project Directors' Meeting
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: NEH ODH Project Directors' Meeting
Author: Michele Weigle
Abstract: Trip report from the NEH Office of Digital Humanities Project Directors' Meeting on Sep 15, 2014. We were invited based on our "Archive What I See Now" project being funded as a Digital Humanities Implementation Grant.
Date: 09/15/2014
Primary URL: http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2014/09/2014-09-17-neh-odh-project-directors.html
Blog Title: 2014-09-17: NEH ODH Project Directors' Meeting
Website: ODU WS-DL Blog


Archive-It Partners Meeting 2014
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: Archive-It Partners Meeting 2014
Author: Michele Weigle
Abstract: Trip report from the 2014 Archive-It Partners Meeting in Montgomery, AL. My talk was a quick update on several of our ongoing projects, funded by NEH Office of Digital Humanities and the Columbia University Libraries Web Archiving Incentives program.
Date: 11/18/2014
Primary URL: http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2014/11/2014-11-20-archive-it-partners-meeting.html
Blog Title: 2014-11-20: Archive-It Partners Meeting 2014
Website: ODU WS-DL Blog


"Archive What I See Now" Project Funded by NEH Office of Digital Humanities
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: "Archive What I See Now" Project Funded by NEH Office of Digital Humanities
Author: Michele Weigle
Abstract: We are grateful for the continued support of the National Endowment for the Humanities and their Office of Digital Humanities for our "Archive What I See Now" project. This week, along with our collaborator Dr. Liza Potts from Michigan State, we were awarded a 3-year Digital Humanities Implementation Grant. We are excited to be one of the seven projects selected this year.
Date: 07/22/2014
Primary URL: http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2014/07/2014-07-22-archive-what-i-see-now.html
Blog Title: 2014-07-22: "Archive What I See Now" Project Funded by NEH Office of Digital Humanities
Website: ODU WS-DL Blog


Lipstick or Ham: Next Steps for WAIL
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: Lipstick or Ham: Next Steps for WAIL
Author: Mat Kelly
Abstract: Some time ago I created and deployed Web Archiving Integration Layer (frequently abbreviated as WAIL), an application that provides users pre-configured local instances of Heritrix and OpenWayback. This tool was originally created for the Personal Digital Archiving 2013 conference and has gone through a metamorphosis.
Date: 06/03/2016
Primary URL: http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2016/06/2016-06-03-lipstick-or-ham-next-steps.html
Blog Title: 2016-06-03: Lipstick or Ham: Next Steps for WAIL
Website: Web Science and Digital Libraries Research Group


Electric WAILs and Ham
Grant details: HK-50181-14
Title: Electric WAILs and Ham
Author: John Berlin
Abstract: WAIL has been completely revised from a Python application using modern Web technologies into an Electron application. Electron combines a Chromium (Chrome) browser with Node.js allowing for native desktop applications to be created using only HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
Date: 02/13/2017
Primary URL: http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2017/02/2017-02-13-electric-wails-and-ham.html
Blog Title: Web Science and Digital Libraries Research Group


Report from the field: network analysis
Grant details: HT-251006-16
Title: Report from the field: network analysis
Author: Ruth Ahnert
Abstract: In July 2017 the Folger Institute welcomed participants and faculty to the third of its Early Modern Digital Agendas (EMDA) gatherings—an NEH-funded Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities. The EMDA institutes train early modern scholars in digital methods, digital tools, and theoretical frameworks, exposing them to the latest methods and thinking in the field, with faculty drawn from academia and beyond. This is an account from one of the co-directors
Date: 10/10/17
Primary URL: https://collation.folger.edu/2017/10/report-network-analysis/
Blog Title: The Collation: Research and Exploration at the Folger


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