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AB-50120-12
Lincoln University of Pennsylvania's Global Heritage and Legacy: a Humanities Initiative
Marilyn Button, Lincoln University, Pennsylvania

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=AB-50120-12

The Lincoln University's Global Heritage and Legacy: A Teaching Resource (Book)
Title: The Lincoln University's Global Heritage and Legacy: A Teaching Resource
Author: D. Zizwe Poe
Author: Chieke E. Ihejirika, Joanne Veal Gabbin, Susan Gunn Pevar, Thomas M Shaw, C. James Trotman,
Author: Donald Bradt III, Mel Leaman, Philip J. Merrill, Edryn J. Coleman, Mahpuia Deas, Frederick T. Faison
Author: Dana Flint, Stephen McCullough, Tracey Sangster, Yallah Kawala, Omenihu Amachi, Mahpuia Deas,
Editor: Marilyn D. Button with Susan Pevar
Abstract: This collection of keynote addresses, original researched articles, and course syllabi is the product of two years of NEH funded research by Lincoln University faculty under the guidance of subject area experts on a variety of subjects related to the global heritage and legacy of Lincoln University, PA. While the original intention was for use primarily in the classroom, the depth and range of the articles invites reading of audiences on all levels of scholarly interest. Each article uncovers new information related to the impact made by Lincoln alumni students, faculty and administration from its inception in 1854, through to the present day, to national and global historic developments including and especially Civil Rights. Each article supports the ongoing pursuit of the university's mission: "Education for Freedom."
Year: 2015
Access Model: Available from the Department of Languages and LIterature, Lincoln University, by request.
Publisher: The Heritage Initiative of Lincoln University of Pennsylvania
Type: Edited Volume
Copy sent to NEH?: Yes

Celebrating Lincoln Heritage: A DVD with Teaching/Viewing Guide (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Celebrating Lincoln Heritage: A DVD with Teaching/Viewing Guide
Author: Dr. Philip J. Merrill & Mrs. Betty Merrill; Veronica Carr; Dr. Marilyn D. Button
Abstract: This DVD offers six modules, each covering a different aspect of the global heritage and legacy of Lincoln University of Pennsylvania. It includes interviews with well known Lincoln University alumni, including Carol Black, Hersey Gray and explores current student perspectives on their Lincoln University education. This DVD is of general interest, and designed specifically for classroom use to enhance student awareness of the unique roles that Lincoln alumni have played in important national and international developments, including and especially Civil Rights.
Year: 2015
Audience: General Public

"Treasure to Treasure: Old West Baltimore and the LIncoln University, PA Alumni Connection (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Treasure to Treasure: Old West Baltimore and the LIncoln University, PA Alumni Connection
Author: Bianca Woodard, Nafeece Beeks, Talia Best, Veronica Carr, Bahijah Hasan
Abstract: This panel explores the historic relationship that exists between two locations, officially designated in 2004 and 2015 respectively as National Treasures: Old West Baltimore (OWB), MD and Lincoln University, PA. Both locations shaped the lives of important African American professionals and activists whose civic engagement changed the landscape of American civil rights. The former, Baltimore's premier historic African American community, gave these men and women their birthplace. The second, America's oldest and first degree granting HBCU, enriched them with a college education. Four Lincoln University student-scholars will document the significance of place in the lives of 15 Blatimore bred, Lincoln-educated University alumni by sharing the results of independent research into the lives and contributions of these outstanding individuals, who include Thurgood Marshall, Clarence Mitchell, Furman Templeton, William E. Griggs, and others. Powerpoint presentations and a brief video will accompany the fascinating historical narratives of their lives.
Date: 10/7/2016
Primary URL: http://ASALH Conference 2016
Conference Name: ASA:J. Association for the Study of African American Life and HIstory

"Treasure to Treasure: Old West Baltimore and the LIncoln University, PA Alumni Connection (Exhibition)
Title: "Treasure to Treasure: Old West Baltimore and the LIncoln University, PA Alumni Connection
Curator: Dr. Philip J. Merrill & Mrs. Betty Merrill
Abstract: This exhibit documents the historic relationship that exists between two locations, officially designated in 2004 and 2015 respectively as National Treasures: Old West Baltimore (OWB) MD and LIncoln University, PA. Both locations shaped the lives of important African American professionals and activists whose civic engagement changed the landscape of American civil rights. The former, Baltimore's premier historic African American community, gave these men and women their birthplace. The second, America's oldest and first degree granting HBCU, enriched them with a college education. Specimens of material culture document the lives and activities of these Baltimore-bred, LIncoln-educated University alumni who include Thurgood Marshall, Clarence Mitchell, Furman TEmpleton, William E. Griggs and others.
Year: 2016

"Treasure to Treasure: Old West Baltimore and the LIncoln University, PA Alumni Connection (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Treasure to Treasure: Old West Baltimore and the LIncoln University, PA Alumni Connection
Author: Bianca Woodard, Nafeece Beeks, Talia Best, Veronica Carr, Bahijah Hasan
Abstract: This panel explores the historic relationship that exists between two locations, officially designated in 2004 and 2015 respectively as National Treasures: Old West Baltimore (OWB), MD and Lincoln University, PA. Both locations shaped the lives of important African American professionals and activists whose civic engagement changed the landscape of American civil rights. The former, Baltimore's premier historic African American community, gave these men and women their birthplace. The second, America's oldest and first degree granting HBCU, enriched them with a college education. Four Lincoln University student-scholars will document the significance of place in the lives of 15 Blatimore bred, Lincoln-educated University alumni by sharing the results of independent research into the lives and contributions of these outstanding individuals, who include Thurgood Marshall, Clarence Mitchell, Furman Templeton, William E. Griggs, and others. Powerpoint presentations and a brief video will accompany the fascinating historical narratives of their lives.
Date: 10/7/2016
Primary URL: http://ASALH Conference 2016
Conference Name: ASA:J. Association for the Study of African American Life and HIstory


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