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National Veterans Art Museum Triennial and Veteran Art Summit On War and Survival Resource Guide
Grant details: AV-260608-18
Title: National Veterans Art Museum Triennial and Veteran Art Summit On War and Survival Resource Guide
Author: Aaron Hughes
Author: Kevin Basl
Author: Yvette Pino
Author: Carlos Sirah
Author: Amber Hoy
Author: Edgar Gonzalez-Baeza
Author: Julie Rodrigues Widholm
Author: Mia Lopez
Author: Ian Alden Russell
Abstract: With a focus on the visual, literary, performative and creative practices of veterans, the National Veterans Art Museum Triennial explores a century of war and survival while challenging the perception that war is something only those who have served in the military can comprehend. Throughout history, art has provided a frame to create meaning out of the complicated experience of war, seek justice and imagine reconciliation. The National Veterans Art Museum (NVAM) Triennial draws on this history to connect today’s veteran artists with the history of veteran creative practices and their impact on society over the past century. The NVAM Triennial exhibition opening coincides with the inaugural Veteran Art Summit, which features a series of presentations, workshops, panels and discussions, held at the Chicago Cultural Center, DePaul Art Museum and National Veterans Art Museum. This supplementary newspaper includes essays and descriptions of the Triennial exhibitions, the performance program, the literature component, an education guide and an overview of the Veteran Art Summit
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://static1.squarespace.com/static/58e2f18320099efd033cb97b/t/5d057b77498dca0001d0e261/1560640398741/Resource-Guide-4d-Final-3-web.pdf
Primary URL Description: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/58e2f18320099efd033cb97b/t/5d057b77498dca0001d0e261/1560640398741/Resource-Guide-4d-Final-3-web.pdf
Catalog Type: Other
Publisher: National Veterans Art Museum & University of Illinois at Chicago Museum & Exhibitions Program


June 2014 Portfolio
Grant details: BH-50543-13
Title: June 2014 Portfolio
Author: Dr, Luther Brown
Abstract: Portfolio containing narrative and images from the weeklong June 2014 institute.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://deltacenterforcultureandlearning.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/June-Workshop-Final-Draft-Res-On.pdf
Primary URL Description: Portfolio containing dialogue and images throughout the weeklong institute.
Secondary URL: http://deltacenterforcultureandlearning.com/southern-place-workshop/photos-portfolios/
Secondary URL Description: Page that provides links to all portfolios and photos
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog


July 2014 Portfolio
Grant details: BH-50543-13
Title: July 2014 Portfolio
Author: Dr. Luther Brown
Abstract: Portfolio containing dialogue and images from the July 2014 Most Southern Place on Earth summer institute.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://deltacenterforcultureandlearning.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/July-Workshop-Final-Draft-Res-On.pdf
Primary URL Description: Porfolio
Secondary URL: http://deltacenterforcultureandlearning.com/southern-place-workshop/photos-portfolios/
Secondary URL Description: Links to all institute portfolios
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog


The Most Southern Place on Earth: Music, Culture, and History in the Mississippi Delta
Grant details: BH-50611-14
Title: The Most Southern Place on Earth: Music, Culture, and History in the Mississippi Delta
Author: Dr. Luther Brown
Author: Brady Gilliam
Author: Amy Kramer
Abstract: Portofolio of the daily activities and pictures from the June 2015 workshop
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://http://deltacenterforcultureandlearning.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/NEH-June-2015-Portfolio.pdf
Primary URL Description: Delta Center for Culture and Learning
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog


The Most Southern Place on Earth: Music, Culture, and History in the Mississippi Delta
Grant details: BH-50611-14
Title: The Most Southern Place on Earth: Music, Culture, and History in the Mississippi Delta
Author: Dr. Luther Brown
Author: Amy Kramer
Author: Brady Gilliam
Abstract: Portofolio of activities and pictures during the July workshop
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://http://deltacenterforcultureandlearning.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/NEH-July-2015-Portfolio-JULY-SmallSize.pdf
Primary URL Description: Delta Center for Culture and Learning
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog


Local Libraries and Archives of ORCs (DLIR - LALORC)
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: Local Libraries and Archives of ORCs (DLIR - LALORC)
Author: ARIT Ankara Library
Abstract: This project provides information on 54 local libraries and archives in Turkey that have agreed to the posting of their basic information on location, hours, and holdings, including web-based cataloging when accessible. ARIT Ankara library carried out the survey of the local libraries and archives in collaboration with the Digital Library for International Research.
Year: 2009
Primary URL: http://dlir.org/component/lalorcsurvey/?view=home
Catalog Type: Other


ARIT Toni M. Cross Library Catalog
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: ARIT Toni M. Cross Library Catalog
Author: Elif Denel
Author: Hakan Cakmak
Author: Ozlem Eser
Abstract: This page gives access to the catalog of the holdings of the ARIT-Ankara library.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://aritankara.org/
Primary URL Description: This link goes to the webpage of the ARIT Ankara's Toni M. Cross Library, which provides access to a window for entering search terms in the library catalog
Secondary URL: http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/ARIT/Library.html
Secondary URL Description: ARIT library resource webpage, that gives access to the ARIT Ankara's Toni M. Cross Library webpage and search function
Catalog Type: Other
Publisher: American Research Institute in Turkey


DIME
Grant details: CH-50765-10
Title: DIME
Author: Editor: Dr. Melissa Lenos
Abstract: Each spring, Dime (pronounced “DEE-may”): The Arts and Literary Journal of Donnelly College is released. Our students’ submissions make up the journal; additionally, the launch includes presentation of the Sister Mary Faith Schuster Awards for writing and visual arts. (printed 2013, 2014, 2015)
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://http://www.donnelly.edu/traditions/dime.cfm
Primary URL Description: The DIME web page within Donnelly College's main academic site
Catalog Type: Other
Publisher: Donnelly College


Winter Program Brochure
Grant details: CH-51189-14
Title: Winter Program Brochure
Author: Joan Harrold
Abstract: Brochure of programming offerings for Winter and Spring 2016 at the Museum and Stewart Auditorium
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.longmontcolorado.gov/Home/ShowDocument?id=11837
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Longmont Museum


Summer 2016 Program Brochure
Grant details: CH-51189-14
Title: Summer 2016 Program Brochure
Author: Joan Harrold
Abstract: Brochure of program offerings for summer 2016 at the Museum and auditorium
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.longmontcolorado.gov/Home/ShowDocument?id=13577
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Longmont Museum


Fame and Friendship: Pope, Roubiliac, and the Portrait Bust
Grant details: FA-55769-11
Title: Fame and Friendship: Pope, Roubiliac, and the Portrait Bust
Author: Malcolm Baker
Abstract: Already frequently used to represent authors in antiquity, portrait busts became the most familiar and widely disseminated images celebrating famous writers during the eighteenth century. No literary figure was more esteemed than the poet Alexander Pope, and his sculpted portraits exemplify the celebration of literary fame at a period when authorship was being newly conceived, and the portrait bust was enjoying new popularity. This exhibition explored the convergence between authorship, portraiture, and the sculpted image in particular by bringing together a wide range of works that foregrounded Pope’s celebrity status.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/collection/past-exhibitions/2014-fame-and-friendship
Primary URL Description: Exhibition co-organized by UK's Waddesdon Manor and ale Center for British Art
Secondary URL: http://britishart.yale.edu/exhibitions/fame-and-friendship-pope-roubiliac-and-portrait-bust-eighteenth-century-britain
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: London: Rothschild Foundation


Fame and Friendship: Pope, Roubiliac, and the Portrait Bust in Eighteenth Century Britain
Grant details: FA-55769-11
Title: Fame and Friendship: Pope, Roubiliac, and the Portrait Bust in Eighteenth Century Britain
Author: Malcolm Baker
Abstract: na
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/collection/past-exhibitions/2014-fame-and-friendship
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: New Haven: Yale Center for British Art


“From Cubism to Muralism: Angel Zárraga in Paris,” in Ángel Zárraga. Retrospectiva
Grant details: FB-56134-12
Title: “From Cubism to Muralism: Angel Zárraga in Paris,” in Ángel Zárraga. Retrospectiva
Author: Michele Greet
Abstract: In the years between World War I and World War II Paris was at the center of the art world. Indeed, the very essence of twentieth-century art history stems from the movements and avant-garde experiments that emerged there in the early years of the century. Mexican artist Angel Zárraga was one of the few Latin American artists who opted to make Paris his permanent home, however, only returning to Mexico under duress at the onset of World War II. Because of the intensified artistic activity in Mexico after the Revolution, Mexican artists often made only short sojourns to Paris, while their contemporaries from countries such as Brazil, Argentina, and Chile flooded Parisian arts academies and salons between the wars. Since Mexico had become a locus for experimental and socially motivated artistic activity, Zárraga’s decision to stay in Paris puts him at odds with many of his compatriots. Moreover, Zárraga chose not to construct an identity for himself as a Mexican artist in Paris, and his sole association with Mexican cultural initiatives was his commission for the murals at the Mexican Legation, where he asserted quite overtly the cultural hegemony of France. He did not associate with the newly formed circles of Latin American artists in the city or participate in their exhibitions such as the Exposition d'Art Américain-Latin at the Musée Galliera in 1924 or Joaquín Torres-García’s Première exposition du groupe latino-americain de Paris at the Galerie Zak in 1930; rather he preferred to distance himself from groups defined by cultural identity and instead align his work with the subjects and styles of European modernism.
Year: 2014
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City


Bebeli
Grant details: FN-249650-16
Title: Bebeli
Author: Hiroko Sato
Abstract: The endangered languages project is a language catalog, which is a resource on information, resources, and research concerning the world's endangered languages.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://www.endangeredlanguages.com/lang/9809
Primary URL Description: This is the summary of language metadata of Bebeli.
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Endangered Languages Project


Sacred Hands : an exhibit catalog of manuscripts with texts of the three Abrahamic faiths.
Grant details: FS-50092-06
Title: Sacred Hands : an exhibit catalog of manuscripts with texts of the three Abrahamic faiths.
Author: Alvarez, Pablo.
Abstract: n/a
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://mirlyn.lib.umich.edu/Record/011217613
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog


“There is No Repetition: Hélio Oiticica’s Early Practice"
Grant details: FT-61616-14
Title: “There is No Repetition: Hélio Oiticica’s Early Practice"
Author: Nelson, Adele
Abstract: An essay regarding the early work of Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica included in the exhibition catalog "Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium," edited by Lynn Zelevansky, Elisabeth Sussman, James Rondeau, and Donna De Salvo with Anna Katherine Brodbeck.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://firstsearch.oclc.org.ezproxy.lib.utexas.edu/WebZ/FSPage?pagename=record:sessionid=fsapp6-58372-irwjpm98-i0jghp:entitypagenum=7:0:entitycurrecno=1
Primary URL Description: Worldcat.org
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Pittsburgh: Carnegie Museum of Art; Munich: DelMonico/Prestel


Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe
Grant details: GE-50097-09
Title: Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe
Author: Ben Vinson III
Author: Joaneath Spicer
Author: Natalie Zemon Davis
Author: Kate Lowe
Abstract: Five essays and an illustrated checklist explore the varied social roles and contributions of Africans and their descendants in Renaissance Europe as revealed in compelling paintings, drawings, sculpture and printed books of the period. This beautifully illustrated publication, edited by the exhibition's curator, Dr. Joaneath Spicer, accompanies the exhibition. This publication accompanies an exhibition featured at The Walters Art Museum October 14, 2012- January 21, 2013.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://thewalters.org/store/purchase1.aspx?p=1828
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Walters Art Museum, Baltimore


Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia
Grant details: GE-50490-11
Title: Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia
Author: Dennis Carr, Carolyn and Peter Lynch Curator of American Decorative Arts and Sculpture, MFA
Author: Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Professor and Alfred and Isabel Bader Chair, Southern Baroque, Queen's Univ
Author: Timothy Brook, Republic of China Chair, Dept. of History, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Author: Mitchell Codding, Executive Director, The Hispanic Society of America, New York
Author: Karina H. Corrigan, H.A. Crosby Forbes Curator of Asian Export Art, Peabody Essex Museum
Author: Donna Piece, Frederick & Jan Meyer Curator of Spanish Colonial Art, Denver Art Museum
Abstract: Made in the Americas reveals the largely overlooked history of the profound influence of Asia on the arts of the colonial Americas. Beginning in the sixteenth century, European outposts in the New World, especially those in New Spain, became a major nexus of the Asia export trade. Craftsmen from Canada to Peru, inspired by the sophisticated designs and advanced techniques of these imported goods, combined Asian styles with local traditions to produce unparalleled furniture, silverwork, textiles, ceramics, lacquer, painting, and architectural ornaments. Among the exquisite objects featured in this book, from across the hemisphere and spanning the seventeenth to the early nineteenth centuries, are folding screens made in Mexico, in imitation of imported Japanese and Chinese screens; blue-and-white talavera ceramics copied from Chinese porcelains; luxuriously woven textiles, made to replicate fine silks and cottons from China and India; devotional statues that adapt Buddhist gods into Christian saints; and japanned furniture produced in colonial Boston that simulates Asian lacquer finishes. The stories these objects tell, compellingly related by leading scholars, bring to life the rich cultural interchange and the spectacular arts of the first global age.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.worldcat.org/title/made-in-the-americas-the-new-world-discovers-asia/oclc/910858950&referer=brief_results
Primary URL Description: World Cat
Secondary URL: http://www.mfa.org/collections/publications/made-in-the-americas
Secondary URL Description: MFA exhibition catalogue website
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: MFA Publications


Beyond Chicken Soup: Jews & Medicine in America
Grant details: GI-228510-15
Title: Beyond Chicken Soup: Jews & Medicine in America
Author: Dr. Deborah R. Weiner, editor
Author: Karen L. Falk, editor
Author: Alan M. Kraut
Author: Mitchell B. Hart
Author: Cara Rock-Singer
Author: Ted Merwin
Abstract: An exhibition on Jews and medicine presented us with an ideal opportunity to apply a historical perspective to illuminate how scientific and cultural concerns have intertwined to shape not only the American Jewish experience, but an important field of human endeavor. Moreover, because our museum is based in Baltimore and surrounded by world-renowned hospitals and medical schools that are at the forefront of medical innovation, the topic offered a chance to connect with our community’s heritage and to draw on our rich collection of materials dealing with the local experience of Jews in medicine. While packed with information and insights, the Beyond Chicken Soup exhibit necessarily leaves out a great deal. To extend our investigation, this catalog features essays by four distinguished authors who delve more deeply into the exhibit’s themes. In the opening essay, “Strangers and Healers: The Jewish Immigrant Body and Healthcare’s Role in the American Assimilation Experience,” Alan Kraut examines how medicine served as a vehicle for assimilation and acculturation for American Jews. Kraut contends that the campaign to encourage Jewish immigrants to adapt a healthy and fit lifestyle, based on American standards, was a response to antisemitic characterizations of the Jewish body as diseased and weak.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://chickensoupexhibit.org/explore/catalogue/
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Jewish Museum of Maryland


Impressionism: American Gardens on Canvas
Grant details: GI-230751-15
Title: Impressionism: American Gardens on Canvas
Author: The New York Botanical Garden
Author: Linda S. Ferber
Abstract: Exhibition catalog for "Impressionism: American Gardens on Canvas."
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://newyorkbotanicalgardenlibrary.on.worldcat.org/oclc/949857118?databaseList=173,251,197,285,143,199,233,245,137,203,239,217,638
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: The New York Botanical Garden


Empresses of China's Forbidden City, 1644-1912
Grant details: GI-259245-18
Title: Empresses of China's Forbidden City, 1644-1912
Author: Daisy Yiyou Wang
Author: Jan Stuart
Author: Lin Shu
Author: Luk Yu-ping
Author: Ying-chen Peng
Author: Evelyn S. Rawski
Author: Ren Wanping
Abstract: Empresses in the Qing dynasty (1644-1912) played an influential role in the imperial court and the cosompolitan culture of their time. Offering compelling insights into the material culture, activities, and living spaces of Qing empresses, this book features more than one hundred spectacular works of art from the Palace Museum in Beijing that bring the splendor of the Qing court to life. A series of insightful essays and entries examines the fascinating ways that key imperial women engaged with art, religion and politics. This unprecedented exploration of the Qing court from the perspective of its imperial women is an important contribution to our understanding of Chinese art and history.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://worldcat.org
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Peabody Essex Museum


Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time: Art, Culture, and Exchange across Medieval Saharan Africa
Grant details: GI-261115-18
Title: Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time: Art, Culture, and Exchange across Medieval Saharan Africa
Author: Kathleen Bickford Berzock
Author: Chris Abani
Author: Robert Launay
Author: Ralph A. Austen
Author: Mamadi Dembele
Author: Ahmed Ettahiri
Author: Youssef Khiara
Author: Yousuf Abdallah Usman
Author: Cynthia Becker
Author: Ronald A. Messier
Author: Abdallah Fili
Author: Sam Nixon
Author: Mamadou Cisse
Author: Detlef Gronenborn
Author: Sarah M. Guerin
Author: Gianluca Pastorelli
Author: Marc Walton
Author: Abidemi Babatunde Babalola
Author: Mauro Nobili
Author: Raymond Silverman
Author: Gayla Ben-Arieh
Abstract: How West African gold and trade across the Sahara were central to the medieval world The Sahara Desert was a thriving crossroads of exchange for West Africa, North Africa, the Middle East, and Europe in the medieval period. Fueling this exchange was West African gold, prized for its purity and used for minting currencies and adorning luxury objects such as jewelry, textiles, and religious objects. Caravans made the arduous journey by camel southward across the Sahara carrying goods for trade—glass vessels and beads, glazed ceramics, copper, books, and foodstuffs, including salt, which was obtained in the middle of the desert. Northward, the journey brought not only gold but also ivory, animal hides and leatherwork, spices, and captives from West Africa forced into slavery. Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time draws on the latest archaeological discoveries and art historical research to construct a compelling look at medieval trans-Saharan exchange and its legacy. Contributors from diverse disciplines present case studies that form a rich portrayal of a distant time. Topics include descriptions of key medieval cities around the Sahara; networks of exchange that contributed to the circulation of gold, copper, and ivory and their associated art forms; and medieval glass bead production in West Africa’s forest region. The volume also reflects on Morocco’s Gnawa material culture, associated with descendants of West African slaves, and movements of people across the Sahara today. Featuring a wealth of color images, this fascinating book demonstrates how the rootedness of place, culture, and tradition is closely tied to the circulation of people, objects, and ideas. These “fragments in time” offer irrefutable evidence of the key role that Africa played in medieval history and promote a new understanding of the past and the present.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.worldcat.org/title/caravans-of-gold-fragments-in-time-art-culture-and-exchange-across-medieval-saharan-africa/oclc/1032654614&referer=brief_results
Primary URL Description: The worldcat.org record for the exhibition companion publication.
Secondary URL: https://press.princeton.edu/titles/14202.html
Secondary URL Description: Princeton University Press page describing the book and offering point of sale.
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: The Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, in association with Princeton University Press


Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx
Grant details: GI-261125-18
Title: Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx
Author: Edited by Edward J. Sullivan and Joanna L. Groarke
Abstract: The essays in the catalogue were written to accompany the New York Botanical Garden's awe-inspiring tribute to Roberto Burle Marx, an artist and landscape architect little known in America.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://newyorkbotanicalgardenlibrary.on.worldcat.org/oclc/1103670398
Primary URL Description: Worldcat entry for Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Burle Marx; by Edward J Sullivan (Editor), Joanna L Groarke (Editor), Carrie Rebora Barrett (Author of foreword.), Raymond Jungles (Contributor), Douglas C Daly (Contributor), Catherine Seavitt Nordenson (Contributor), Antonio Sergio Bessa (Contributor), Luisa Valle (Contributor), New York Botanical Garden (Publisher)
Secondary URL: N/A
Secondary URL Description: N/A
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: The New York Botanical Garden


Dharma and Punya: Buddhist Ritual Art of Nepal
Grant details: GI-264553-19
Title: Dharma and Punya: Buddhist Ritual Art of Nepal
Author: Jinah Kim
Author: Todd Lewis
Abstract: The catalog locates Nepal’s artistic heritage in the larger Himalayan and Indic culture zones and in a variety of mediums highlight its extraordinary artistic religious traditions. It brings special awareness to the unparalleled contributions of Newar artisans and patrons not only to the subsequent development of the Himalayan art but also to Indian art and the diaspora of Buddhist art across Asia. As an interdisciplinary project, the “Dharma and Pu?ya…” exhibition catalog underscores the contributions of people – patrons, donors, ritual specialists, or devotees – in creating and amplifying the efficacy of the artistic productions that are instrumental in expressing religious devotion and recording traditional ritual observances. To this end, ritual objects will be juxtaposed with what may be collected in the West as “fine art objects” like scroll paintings, painted manuscripts, wooden carvings, repoussé icons, or gilded images. The Nepalese “paubhas” (the term for hanging paintings on cloth in Nepal) and manuscripts are also frequently accompanied by colophons containing historical records of initial donations and subsequent ritual use. To date, no systematic attempt has been made to address the living traditions of Buddhist Devotionalism that underlie them. Sixty objects drawn from eight museums and two private collections will be displayed in the exhibition along with wooden carvings and a paubha painting commissioned for the exhibition from local artists in Kathmandu. The catalog explains each object in detail and will be an important forum to extend its impact to the larger scholarly community. The exhibition is divided into four parts: Section I. Ritual (Chapters 1 & 2); Section II. Text and Images (Chapters 3 & 4); Section III. Kathmandu Valley Context (Chapters 5 & 6); and Section 4: Artistic Practices (Chapter 7 & Notes from the field). There are seven scholarly essays and two short notes from the field.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://dharmapunya2019.org/
Primary URL Description: This exhibition highlights Nepal’s artistic heritage as a rich and enduring continuation of Indic Buddhist traditions. Featuring paintings, illustrated texts, sculptures, and ritual implements crafted by Newar artisans over the last millennium, “Dharma and Pu?ya: Buddhist Ritual Art of Nepal” will be centered on how the Buddha’s teachings were arrayed as much for worldly householders as otherworldly seekers. As the title suggests, it will illustrate the centrality of ritual in Buddhism, showing how illustrated narratives and common practices address every devotee’s need to make good karma (pu?ya), a central tenet of the Buddha’s teaching (dharma). Showing some objects never before displayed in the West, this historic exhibition will focus on the unparalleled contributions of Kathmandu Valley artisans and patrons not only in their communities, but in the subsequent development of Tibetan art.
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Brill-Hotei


HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Landscape Guide
Grant details: GI-50074-09
Title: HHV - Montgomery Place American Arcadia - Landscape Guide
Author: Kathleen Eagen Johnson
Abstract: This full-color Landscape Guide is a vital brochure for Montgomery Place visitors. It describes the evolution of the estate with regards to nature and landscape; provides suggested walking routes, and offers a map and description of trails, gardens, and vistas.
Year: 2010
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Catalog Type: Catalog Raisonné


Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe
Grant details: GI-50097-10
Title: Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe
Author: Susan Dackerman
Abstract: The exhibition is accompanied by a 440-page catalogue, Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, edited by Susan Dackerman, Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Curator of Prints at the Harvard Art Museums. It provides a broad overview of the exchange of ideas between the artistic and scientific communities in sixteenth-century northern Europe, as well as analysis of 102 individual works, including those highlighted on this website. A collaboration among art historians, historians of science, and their students, the book includes essays by Dackerman, Lorraine Daston, Katharine Park, Suzanne Karr Schmidt, and Claudia Swan, as well as entries on all the prints and objects included in the show.
Year: 2011
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven, CT


The Amazing American Circus Poster
Grant details: GI-50141-09
Title: The Amazing American Circus Poster
Author: David Carlyon
Author: Kristin L. Spangenberg
Author: Deborah Walk
Abstract: The Amazing American Circus Poster: The Strobridge Lithographing Company is published to accompany an exhibition held at the Cincinnati Art Musuem from February 26 to July 10, 2011, and the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art from September 17, 2011, to January 29, 2012.
Year: 2011
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: The Merten Company, Cincinnati, OH


Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan
Grant details: GI-50172-10
Title: Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan
Author: Richard A. Born
Author: Katherine R. Tsiang
Abstract: The exhibition Echoes of the Past—co-organized by the University of Chicago’s Smart Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Institution’s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery— draws upon the findings of a multiyear research project headed by Katherine R. Tsiang at the University of Chicago’s Center for the Arts of East Asia. Using such twenty-first-century technologies as 3-D scanning, Tsiang and an international team of technicians and scholars have identified many of the dispersed sculptures from Xiangtangshan in an effort to shed new light on the original beauty and meaning of the cave temples. This exhibition catalog features entries with full-color illustrations of the works in the exhibition as well as six new essays discussing the artistic, historical, and religious significance of the caves and their sculptures and recent research dedicated to their digital reconstruction.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http://smartmuseum.uchicago.edu/exhibitions/echoes-of-the-past/
Primary URL Description: Smart Museum exhibition page
Secondary URL: http://www.worldcat.org/title/echoes-of-the-past-the-buddhist-cave-temples-of-xiangtangshan/oclc/587198890&referer=brief_results
Secondary URL Description: WorldCat.com catalogue page
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, Chicago


Gifts of the Sultan: The Arts of Giving at the Islamic Courts
Grant details: GI-50201-10
Title: Gifts of the Sultan: The Arts of Giving at the Islamic Courts
Author: Linda Komaroff
Abstract: Gifts of the Sultan: The Arts of Giving at the Islamic Courts
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/gifts-sultan-arts-giving-islamic-courts
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, and London


The Gift of Tradition in Islamic Art
Grant details: GI-50201-10
Title: The Gift of Tradition in Islamic Art
Author: Linda Komaroff
Abstract: The offering of Gifts - state, religious and personal - is a practice nearly as ancient and widespread as human culture itself. At courts throughout the Islamic world, the exchange of lavish gifts intimately linked art with diplomacy, religion and personal relationship. This beautifully illustrated book explorer the complex interplay between artistic production and gift-based patronage by discussing works of great aesthetic refinement that were either commissioned or repurposed as gifts. By following the unique histories of certain artworks, Komaroff reveals how t he exchange of luxury objects was central to the circulation, emulation and assimilation of artistic forms both within and beyond the Islamic world. She adds a new dimension to the understanding of Islamic art and culture from the eighth to the fifteenth century.0Exhibition: Museum of Islamic Art, Doha (19.3.2012-2.6.2012).
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://yalepress.yale.edu/yupbooks/book.asp?isbn=9780300184358
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Yale University Press


Henry Ossawa Tanner: Modern Spirit
Grant details: GI-50290-11
Title: Henry Ossawa Tanner: Modern Spirit
Author: Anna O. Marley
Abstract: Henry Ossawa Tanner: Modern Spirit, University of California Press, 2011.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.pafa.org/Shop/Portfolio-Online/Products/Product-Detail/404/categoryid--21/productid--285/
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: University of California Press, Berkeley


Teenie Harris, Photographer: Image, Memory, History
Grant details: GI-50303-11
Title: Teenie Harris, Photographer: Image, Memory, History
Author: Cheryl Finley
Author: Joe W. Trotter
Author: Laurence Glasco
Abstract: "Charles "Teenie" Harris (1908-1998) photographed the events and daily life of African Americans for the Pittsburgh Courier, one of the nation's most influential Black newspapers. From the 1930s to 1970s, Harris created a richly detailed record of public personalities, historic events, and the lives of average people. In 2001, Carnegie Museum of Art purchased Harris's archive of nearly 80,000 photographic negatives, few of which are titled and dated; the archive is considered one of the most important documentations of 20th-century African American life (www.cmoa.org/teenie). The book will serve as the definitive publication on the life and work of Teenie Harris, consisting of three significant essays: Cheryl Finley, assistant professor in the history of art at Cornell University, offers the first thorough analysis of Harris as an artist, situating him within the history of 20th?century African American art as well as American documentary and vernacular photography; Larry Glasco, associate professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh, draws on new research to present a detailed biography of the photographer; and Joe Trotter, professor of history and social justice at Carnegie Mellon University, explores the social and historical context of Harris's photographs. The book will also include a foreword by Deborah Willis, professor at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. In addition to comparative illustrations within the essays, the book includes 100 plates of Harris's signature work and a complete bibliography and chronology"
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://teenie.cmoa.org/
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press


Children of the Plumed Serpent: The Legacy of Quetzalcoatl in Ancient Mexico
Grant details: GI-50373-11
Title: Children of the Plumed Serpent: The Legacy of Quetzalcoatl in Ancient Mexico
Author: Virginia M. Fields
Author: Victoria I. Lyall
Author: John M. D. Pohl
Abstract: Recent scholarship demonstrates that a confederacy of city-states in southern Mexico, largely dominated by Nahua, Mixtec, and Zapotec nobility, successfully resisted both Aztec and Spanish subjugation. Children of the Plumed Serpent explores the extraordinary wonders in fresco, codices, polychrome ceramics, gold, turquoise, shell, textiles, featherwork and other precious materials that were produced by these confederacies between AD 1200 and 1500, as their influence spread throughout Mesoamerica by means of vast networks of trade and exchange. A ruling class of nobles, or caciques, believing that Quetzalcoatl, the human incarnation of the Plumed Serpent, had founded their royal lineages, called themselves the "Children of the Plumed Serpent"; they resurrected themselves and continued to affect cultural development in Mesoamerica during a dramatic period of social transformation.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/children-plumed-serpent-legacy-quetzalcoatl-ancient-mexico
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Scala Publishers Limited


Revolution! The Atlantic World Reborn
Grant details: GI-50384-11
Title: Revolution! The Atlantic World Reborn
Author: Richard Rabinowitz
Author: Thomas Bender
Author: Laurent Dubois
Abstract: 1- MS, 1- KSM, 1- library, 2- common room
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.nyhistory.org/exhibitions/revolution-the-atlantic-world-reborn
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: D Giles Limited, London


Behind Closed Doors: Art in the Spanish American Home 1492-1898
Grant details: GI-50476-12
Title: Behind Closed Doors: Art in the Spanish American Home 1492-1898
Author: Suzanne Stratton
Author: Richard Aste
Author: Mia L. Bagneris
Author: Michael A. Brown
Author: Jorge Rivas
Abstract: Published in conjunction with an exhibition organized by and held at the Brooklyn Museum, Sept. 20, 2013-Jan. 12, 2014. Also held at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, Feb. 16-May 18, 2014, New Orleans Museum of Art, Jun. 20-Sept. 21, 2014, and the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Oct. 17, 2014-Jan. 11, 2015. "Behind Closed Doors is the first major exhibition in the United States to explore the private lives and interiors of Spain's New World elite from 1492 through the nineteenth century, focusing on the house as a principal repository of fine and decorative art. Through approximately 160 paintings, sculptures, prints, textiles, and decorative art objects, this exhibition presents for the first time American, European, and Asian luxury goods from everyday life as signifiers of the faith, wealth, taste, and socio-racial standing of their consumers. The exhibition explores themes including representations of the indigenous and Creole elite, rituals in the home, the sala de estrado (women's sitting room), the bedchamber, and social identity through material culture." --Brooklyn Museum website.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://www.worldcat.org/title/behind-closed-doors-art-in-the-spanish-american-home-1492-1898/oclc/825046947&referer=brief_results
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Monacelli Press


Wari: Lords of the Ancient Andes
Grant details: GI-50496-12
Title: Wari: Lords of the Ancient Andes
Author: Susan Bergh
Abstract: An eminent ancestor of the better-known Inca, the Wari ascended to power in the south-central highlands of Peru in about AD 600, underwent a brief period of incandescently explosive growth, and then, by AD 1000, collapsed. Elite arts and the ideologies that informed them were among the Wari’s most prominent exports. From their capital, one of the largest archaeological sites in South America, they sent their religion along with elaborate objects and textiles out to highland provincial centers hundreds of miles to the north and south, and down into populous Pacific coastal areas to the west. The arts were crucial to the Wari’s political, economic, and religious communications: like other ancient Andean peoples, they did not write. The objects featured here cover the full range of Wari arts: elaborate textiles, which probably were at the core of their value systems; sophisticated ceramics of various styles; exquisite personal ornaments made of gold, silver, shell, or bone and often inlaid with precious materials; carved wood containers; and other works in stone and fiber. 200+ color illustrations
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://www.clevelandart.org/visit/Exhibitions.aspx?pid={5CD3C2E0-AD02-45C8-9643-D7EB926CA1E2}
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Thames & Hudson


Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland 1861-2008
Grant details: GI-50540-13
Title: Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland 1861-2008
Author: Robin Jaffee Frank
Abstract: "Called "America's playground," Coney Island is a world-famous resort and national cultural symbol that has inspired music, literature, and films. This groundbreaking book is the first to look at the site's enduring status as inspiration for artists throughout the ages, from its inception as an elite seaside resort in the mid-19th century, to its evolution into an entertainment mecca for the masses, with the eventual closing of its iconic amusement park, Astroland, in 2008 after decades of urban decline. How artists chose to portray Coney Island between 1861 and 2008--in tableaux of wonder and menace, hope and despair, dreams and nightmares--mirrored the aspirations and disappointments of the era. This dazzling catalogue highlights more than 200 images from Coney Island's history, including paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, posters, film stills, architectural artifacts, and carousel animals. An extraordinary array of artists is represented, from George Bellows, William Merritt Chase, Reginald Marsh, and Joseph Stella to Diane Arbus, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Robert Frank, Red Grooms, Weegee, and Swoon. Essays by prominent scholars analyze Coney Island through its imagery and ephemera as both a place and an idea--one that reflected the collective soul of the nation." -- Publisher's description.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://thewadsworth.org/exhibitions/coneyisland/
Secondary URL: http://www.worldcat.org/title/coney-island-visions-of-an-american-dreamland-1861-2008/oclc/886493343&referer=brief_results
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Yale University Press


Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist
Grant details: GI-50607-13
Title: Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist
Author: Richard J. Powell
Abstract: Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist is a 176-page catalogue published on the occasion of the first full-scale survey in 20 years of the remarkable paintings of Archibald John Motley, Jr. (1891-1981), a master colorist and radical interpreter of urban culture. The catalogue includes an essay and timeline by Richard J. Powell, guest curator and John Spencer Bassett Professor of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University, where he has taught since 1989. Essay writers include Davarian L. Baldwin (Professor of American Studies, Trinity College, Hartford, CT), David C. Driskell (Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland at College Park, MD), Olivier Meslay (Associate Director of Curatorial Affairs, Dallas Museum of Art), Amy Mooney (Associate Professor of Art History, Columbia College, Chicago) and Ishmael Reed (poet, essayist and novelist). Publication of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Distributed by Duke University Press. The catalogue is available in the Nasher Museum Store.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.worldcat.org/title/archibald-motley-jazz-age-modernist/oclc/864788447&referer=brief_results
Secondary URL: http://nasher.duke.edu/motley/catalogue/
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Duke University Press


Chasing Dreams
Grant details: GI-50613-13
Title: Chasing Dreams
Author: Josh Perelman
Abstract: Nothing matches the energy of Opening Day: a celebration of spring time, renewed dreams, and of national heroes past, present, and future. From the game’s earliest days in the nineteenth century through today, baseball has served as a pathway for minority groups to learn and understand American values. As a complement to the groundbreaking exhibition Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American, the National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH) has published a 256-page hardbound volume of the same name featuring over 40 evocative, compelling, and touching essays by a notable array of authors, sportswriters, former players, and commentators, as well as 143 stunning photographs chronicling the history of the game.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.judaicashop.net/p-2970-chasing-dreams-baseball-and-becoming-american.aspx
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: National Museum of American Jewish History


American Epics: Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood
Grant details: GI-50633-14
Title: American Epics: Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood
Author: Austen Barron Bailly
Abstract: Thomas Hart Benton was a thoroughly American artist. His regionally focused paintings and murals depicted everyday American life as well as the country’s history. This volume focuses on one of Benton's most American associations: Hollywood. Not only did Benton create commissioned murals and portraits of film stars and movies, but he also developed a style that was highly cinematic. This volume is the first to collect all the works conceived by Benton for the film industry. It includes ephemera, photographs, and documents of Benton at work, along with a series of thought-provoking essays that explore a diverse array of topics—from Benton’s engagement with American identity, to parallels between his use of Old Master methods and film production techniques. Fans of Thomas Hart Benton will find surprising insights into his career, while those fascinated by Hollywood history will discover how one of America’s most revered artists shaped and was in turn influenced by the film industry. The exhibition American Epics: Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood will be on view June 6, 2015 to September 7, 2015.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://pemshop.com/products/american-epics-thomas-hart-benton-and-hollywood
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Prestel/DelMonico Books


Dance: American Art 1830-1960
Grant details: GI-50657-14
Title: Dance: American Art 1830-1960
Author: Jane Dini
Abstract: As an enduring wellspring of creativity for many artists throughout history, dance has provided a visual language to express such themes as the bonds of community, the allure of the exotic, and the pleasures of the body. This exhibition catalogue is the first major investigation of the visual arts related to American dance, offering an unprecedented, interdisciplinary overview of dance-inspired works from 1830 to 1960 and accompanies Dance! American Art 1830-1960, a multimedia exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts from March 20 to June 12, 2016. The Dance! American Art 1830-1960 exhibition features more than 90 of America’s most spectacular works of art alongside filmic representations that explain and celebrate dance as central to American life and culture. Works are from the Detroit Institute of Arts and other leading American and international museums as well as from private collections. The DIA's exhibition brings together the greatest nineteenth-century American artists including John Singer Sargent, Winslow Homer, and Mary Cassatt; spotlights the superstars of the Harlem Renaissance including Aaron Douglas, William Johnson, and James Van Der Zee and features the artists who shaped the aesthetics of modern dance including Isamu Noguchi, Jasper Johns, and Andy Warhol.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://diashop.org/dance-american-art-1830-1960-exhibition-catalogue
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Detroit Institute of Arts


Painted Prints: The Revelation of Color in Norther Renaissance and Baroque Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts
Grant details: GM-26259-01
Title: Painted Prints: The Revelation of Color in Norther Renaissance and Baroque Engravings, Etchings, and Woodcuts
Author: Susan Dackerman
Abstract: Examines the application by hand of pigments to sixteenth-century German and Netherlandish prints at the time of their production, challenging the assumption that color was not an important component of printmaking in the early modern period.
Year: 2002
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Penn State University Press and The Baltimore Museum of Art


A Perfect Fit: The Garment Industry adn American Jewry 1860-1960
Grant details: GM-50120-03
Title: A Perfect Fit: The Garment Industry adn American Jewry 1860-1960
Author: Gabriel Goldstein
Author: Elizabeth Greenberg
Abstract: "Investigates the U.S. fashion industry's nineteenth-century origins and the role of American Jews in creating, developing, and furthering the national garment industry from the Civil War forward"--Provided by publisher.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://www.worldcat.org/title/perfect-fit-the-garment-industry-and-american-jewry-1860-1960/oclc/761482167&referer=brief_results
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Texas Tech University Press


Lines of Inquiry: Learning from Rembrandt’s Etchings [show prizes]
Grant details: HAA-256123-17
Title: Lines of Inquiry: Learning from Rembrandt’s Etchings
Author: Andrew C. Weislogel
Author: Andaleeb Badiee Banta
Abstract: Jointly organized by the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University and the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College, the exhibition catalogue was published in 2017 to accompany the exhibition of the same name, cocurated by Andrew C. Weislogel, Seymour R. Askin, Jr. ’47 Curator of Earlier European and American Art at the Johnson, and Andaleeb Badiee Banta, then curator of European and American art at the Allen.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://www.worldcat.org/title/lines-of-inquiry-learning-from-rembrandts-etchings/oclc/1043867711&referer=brief_results
Primary URL Description: Worldcat entry
Publisher: Ithaca, New York : Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University


Summary fieldguide to plants in the Nahuat village of Xinachapan
Grant details: HD-228866-15
Title: Summary fieldguide to plants in the Nahuat village of Xinachapan
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Abstract: The item is a summary illustrated field guide to plants named, classified, and (often) used by members of the Nahuat-speaking community of Xinachapan, municipality of Huitzilan de Serdan, state of Puebla, Mexico. The total number of plants collected to date is just under 200 (though only 140 are presently in the field guide). The photographs and data included in this guide will be incorporated into the digital database for Mesoamerican ethnobotany the construction of which is supported by the present NEH grant.
Year: 2015


Summary fieldguide to plants in the Totonac villages of Chicontla and Patla
Grant details: HD-228866-15
Title: Summary fieldguide to plants in the Totonac villages of Chicontla and Patla
Author: David Beck
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Abstract: The item is a summary illustrated field guide to plants named, classified, and (often) used by members of the Totonac-speaking communities of Chicontla and Patla, municipality of Joapala, state of Puebla, Mexico. The total number of plants collected to date is just under 150. The photographs and data included in this guide will be incorporated into the digital database for Mesoamerican ethnobotany the construction of which is supported by the present NEH grant.
Year: 2015
Catalog Type: Other


Exhibit Announcement Booklet [show prizes]
Grant details: LT-50065-09
Title: Exhibit Announcement Booklet
Author: Toni Tucker
Author: Chad Kahl
Author: Illinois State University, Marketing and Communication
Author: Jon Robinson
Abstract: eight-page, brightly-colored, 7" x 7" square pamphlet about the Pride and Passion Exhibit at Illinois State University's Milner Library
Year: 2012
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Illinois State University, University Marketing and Communications


Dynasty and Divinity: Ife Art in Ancient Nigeria
Grant details: MI-50077-07
Title: Dynasty and Divinity: Ife Art in Ancient Nigeria
Author: Enid Schildkrout
Author: Henry John Drewal
Abstract: Presents a major part of the extraordinary corpus of ancient Ife art in terra-cotta, stone, and metal, dating from the ninth to the fifteenth centuries. This title explores the purposes for which this art may have been made and its relationship to Yoruba ideas about leadership, divinity, gender, and aesthetics.
Year: 2009
Primary URL: http://www.africanart.org/traveling/13/dynasty_and_divinity_ife_art_in_ancient_nigeria
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: University of Washington Press


Contested Visions in the Spansh Colonial World
Grant details: MP-50009-06
Title: Contested Visions in the Spansh Colonial World
Author: Ilona Katzew
Abstract: 2 copies recieved. 1- JM, 1- Common Room (requested 3 additional copies through JM)
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/contested-visions-spanish-colonial-world
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: Musuem Associates/Los Angeles County Museum of Arts Yale University Press, New Haven and London


Niels Fock & Eva Krener Collection of a Cañari Village, Juncal, Cañar, Ecuador
Grant details: PD-260978-18
Title: Niels Fock & Eva Krener Collection of a Cañari Village, Juncal, Cañar, Ecuador
Author: Ryan Sullivant
Abstract: This catalog is a Finding Aid or guide to the Niels Fock & Eva Krener Collection of a Cañari Village, Juncal, Cañar, Ecuador contained in the Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://ailla.utexas.org/islandora/object/ailla:263281
Primary URL Description: This URL is the metadata record for the finding aid for the Niels Fock & Eva Krener Collection of a Cañari Village, Juncal, Cañar, Ecuador.
Catalog Type: Other
Publisher: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America


Cañar Peace Corps Collection Finding Aid
Grant details: PD-260978-18
Title: Cañar Peace Corps Collection Finding Aid
Author: Ryan Sullivant
Abstract: Finding aid for the Cañar Peace Corps Collection in AILLA.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://ailla.utexas.org/islandora/object/ailla:260402
Primary URL Description: This URL leads to the landing page for the finding aid for the Cañar Peace Corps Collection in AILLA.
Catalog Type: Other
Publisher: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America


Vermont Newspaper Project Catalog
Grant details: PJ-50070-10
Title: Vermont Newspaper Project Catalog
Author: University of Vermont
Author: Vermont Department of Libraries
Abstract: This union catalog of Vermont newspapers was developed under under NEH/USNP funding and includes approximately 1,000 newspaper titles and holdings at repositories around the state of Vermont on an ExLibris Voyager ILS platform. Catalog records for Vermont titles digitized for the NDNP are revised and updated with links to issue-level content on Chronicling America.
Year: 2000
Primary URL: http://vtnp.uvm.edu/
Primary URL Description: The VTNP database includes nearly 1,000 bibliographic records for Vermont newspaper titles that date from the 18th century to the present. Holdings information for close to 100 newspaper repositories throughout Vermont is also included.
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: University of Vermont


MLA archives catalog
Grant details: PW-259079-18
Title: MLA archives catalog
Author: Liza Young
Abstract: The MLA archives catalog is a digital catalog inventorying its collection. Currently, the catalog consists of one records group, MLA Records, the largest group in the archives. It holds paper records generated by the Modern Language Association (MLA), 1896–present. Records primarily include correspondence, memoranda, and similar documents related to administration of the association. Some personal correspondence between executive directors, presidents, staff, and members is included. Early association history is missing from the collection. This is likely due to the association’s lack of an official headquarters until 1928. The focus of this cataloging project is the General Chronological Collection (GCC), which was one of the largest collections in the archives and remains the most topically diverse. As of 29 January all cataloged materials were once stored in the GCC. Those that were misfiled in the collection, due to previous labeling as “miscellaneous,” mislabeling, misfiling, or lack of a label were pulled from the GCC and arranged in their proper collection.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://mlaarchives.libraryhost.com/
Primary URL Description: Direct link to catalog.
Secondary URL: https://www.mla.org/About-Us/About-the-MLA/MLA-Archives/Explore-the-Archives
Secondary URL Description: Link to the MLA archives Web page that contains the link to the catalog, as well as the finding aids.
Catalog Type: Other
Publisher: Modern Language Association / ArchivesSpace / LibraryHost


Online Cahokia Catalog
Grant details: PW-50066-08
Title: Online Cahokia Catalog
Author: Laura Kozuch
Author: Stephanie Daniels
Abstract: Online catalog describing provenience, artifact class (ceramic, lithic, botanical, faunal, etc.) for all Cahokia artifacts.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http://www.isas.illinois.edu/cahokia/index.shtml


Finding Aid for Cahokia Documents
Grant details: PW-50066-08
Title: Finding Aid for Cahokia Documents
Author: Laura Kozuch
Abstract: A document describing all projects, excavations, and the year(s) during which collections were made for Cahokia Collections at the University of Illinois.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http://www.isas.illinois.edu/cahokia/Cahokia%20Finding%20Aids.pdf
Primary URL Description: A finding aid in portable document format (.pdf) to aid the public and outside researchers in finding Cahokia Documents.


American Board Missionary Card File Names A-Z
Grant details: PW-51478-13
Title: American Board Missionary Card File Names A-Z
Author: American Board in Turkey
Abstract: This is the full list of names included in the American Board Personnel File. It forms a comprehensive list of the personal names of key actors in the American Board organization for the duration of its activities in the Near East. It is part of the archival tools produced by the ARIT project as well as part of the digitized research archive, the American Board Personnel Card File, also included here as a public web resource.
Year: 2013
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: American Research Institute in Turkey


American Board Place Name List
Grant details: PW-51478-13
Title: American Board Place Name List
Author: Brian Johnson, ARIT librarian
Abstract: The place name list is generated from the existing American Board Archives organizational data. The list includes the key places where the American Board established mission stations, institutions, or otherwise worked.
Year: 2013
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: American Research Institute in Turkey


American Board Archives Project Style Sheet
Grant details: PW-51478-13
Title: American Board Archives Project Style Sheet
Author: Diane Ryan, ARIT-American Board Project Archivist
Abstract: This document establishes the naming and handling protocal for creating brief descriptions of archival materials.
Year: 2013
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: American Research Institute in Turkey


American Board Project Subject Headings
Grant details: PW-51478-13
Title: American Board Project Subject Headings
Author: Diane Ryan, ARIT-American Board Project Archivist
Abstract: This list represents the current subject headings, based on the Library of Congress naming authorities.
Year: 2013
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: American Research Institute in Turkey


Stark County in the Great War: Community Archives Day Reference Resource
Grant details: PY-253109-17
Title: Stark County in the Great War: Community Archives Day Reference Resource
Author: Massillon Museum
Abstract: A reference resource for all items shared through Massillon Museum's Community Archives Day event. Items in this resource are privately held collections from the community that have been digitized for preservation and research in and outside the community.
Year: 2017
Primary URL Description: This resource is not yet available online. A copy has been forwarded to our grant officer.
Catalog Type: Other
Publisher: Massillon Museum


Expressions of Faith in the Popular Art of the Northeast of Brazil
Grant details: QP-50009-06
Title: Expressions of Faith in the Popular Art of the Northeast of Brazil
Author: Marion Jackson
Abstract: Discussion of the main religious traditions in the Northeast of Brazil - Christianity and Candomblé - and their manifestations in art and daily culture.
Year: 2007
Catalog Type: Other


Confucius: His Life and Legacy in Art
Grant details: RA-50012-04
Title: Confucius: His Life and Legacy in Art
Author: Wensheng Lu
Author: Julia K. Murray
Abstract: Catalogue of an exhibition from China, on view at the China Institute Gallery in New York until June 13, 2010.
Year: 2010
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: China Institute in America


Leisure and Luxury in the Age of Nero: The Villas of Oplontis near Pompeii
Grant details: RZ-50941-08
Title: Leisure and Luxury in the Age of Nero: The Villas of Oplontis near Pompeii
Author: Elaine K. Gazda
Author: John R. Clarke
Author: Nayla Kabazi Muntasser
Author: Giovanni Di Maio
Author: Ivo van der Graaff
Author: Michael L. Thomas
Author: Regina Gee
Author: Bettina Bergmann
Author: Lynley J. McAlpine
Author: Simon J. Barker
Author: J. Clayton Fant
Author: Matthew C. Naglak
Author: Sandra R. Joshel
Author: Lauren Hackworth Petersen
Author: Jennifer L. Muslin
Author: Courtney A. Ward
Abstract: This scholarly catalogue includes 17 chapters written by scholar specialists under four rubrics: 1) Destruction, Discovery, Reconstruction; 2) Leisure and Luxury in Villa A ("of Poppaea"); 3) Commerce and Wealth; 4) Objects in the Exhibition. Objects include: marble sculpture, both monumental and small-scale; frescoes of the Second, Third, and Fourth Pompeian styles (50 BCE-79 CE); gold and silver coins; jewelry found on the 54 skeletons from Villa B; numerous objects of daily life in bronze, silver, and terracotta.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http:///www.worldcat.org/title/leisure-and-luxury-in-the-age-of-nero-the-villas-of-oplontis-near-pompeii/oclc/944085988&referer=brief_res
Primary URL Description: WorldCat
Catalog Type: Exhibition Catalog
Publisher: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology


The Italian Americans; A History
Grant details: TR-50242-11
Title: The Italian Americans; A History
Author: Maria Laurino
Abstract: The Italian Americans reveals the unique and distinctive qualities of one immigrant group's experience, and how these qualities, over time, have shaped and challenged America. At the turn of the 20th century, many Italians immigrants came to work, earn money to support their families, and eventually return home. Nearly half of the first generation Italian immigrants did return to Italy, but for those that made America home, their struggle to maintain a distinct Italian culture was guided by remarkably powerful ideals of family that had always been at the center of their lives. While the power of the Italian family became a source of strength, it also bred suspicion, popularized in popular media as a dark, criminal element. This clash of culture echoed through generations of Italian Americans as they entered positions of political, social, and cultural influence. Through extensive archival materials and interviews with scholars and notable Italian Americans such as Tony Bennett, Nancy Pelosi, Gay Talese and John Turturro, The Italian Americans tells the story of those who played vital roles in helping to shape a unique Italian American identity and to transform American life and culture.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.shoppbs.org/product/index.jsp?productId=57012576&cp=&sr=1&kw=the+italian+americans&origkw=the+italian+americans&parentPage=search
Catalog Type: Catalog Raisonné
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Ltd.


Future Ready Iowa
Grant details: ZR-256696-18
Title: Future Ready Iowa
Author: Cynthia Sweet
Abstract: Future Ready Iowa is a catalog of educational opportunities to promote life long learning and preparation for employment. The catalog includes opportunities for all ages. The Teaching Iowa History program has posted several opportunities for students which will help them learn about research, Iowa history, and at the same time produce information that may be useful to others.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://wbl.futurereadyiowa.gov/listings/130
Catalog Type: Other
Publisher: State of Iowa