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RQ-50742-13
The New England Indian Papers Series: State of Connecticut Collection, 1783-1869
Paul Grant-Costa, Yale University

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=RQ-50742-13

Digital Native American & Indigenous Studies Workshop (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Digital Native American & Indigenous Studies Workshop
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: YIPP hosted NEH-sponsored Workshop designed to educate participants on issues of digital humanities research and methodology in the context of Native American Studies
Date Range: June 29-July 1, 2016
Location: Yale Divinity School, Yale University, New Haven, CT
Primary URL: https://www.neh.gov/divisions/odh/institutes/digital-native-american-and-indigenous-studies
Secondary URL: http://campuspress.yale.edu/yipp/digital-native-american-indigenous-studies-workshop-at-yale/

"I am as said Hasmin cheldrew": An Introduction to the Yale Indian Papers Project" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "I am as said Hasmin cheldrew": An Introduction to the Yale Indian Papers Project"
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: Presentation to students and faculty of the Institute of sacred Music, Yale University.
Date: 10-11-2016
Primary URL: http://ism.yale.edu/academic-life/colloquium/colloquium-schedule-2013-2014

"Beyond Academia: Transformative Research and Applied History in the Native Northeast" (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Beyond Academia: Transformative Research and Applied History in the Native Northeast"
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: Presentation explaining the use of YIPP materials in Native Communities and the ethical and professional principles that apply.
Date: 6/25/2016
Primary URL: https://oieahc.wm.edu/conferences/22ndannual/saturday.html
Conference Name: Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, 22nd Annual Conference

The Journals of the Reverend Joseph Fish: Insight into Two Southern New England Native Religious Communities (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Journals of the Reverend Joseph Fish: Insight into Two Southern New England Native Religious Communities
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Abstract: Presentation on how YIPP materials about the missionary Joseph Fish may change the way scholars look at his ministry.
Date: 6/24/2016
Primary URL: https://oieahc.wm.edu/conferences/22ndannual/friday.html
Conference Name: Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, 22nd Annual Conference

Cataloging Native American Imprints Workshop (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Cataloging Native American Imprints Workshop
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: Workshop that brought regional scholars of New England Native American Studies together to address the ways that the American Antiquarian Society could modernize their approach to cataloguing their Indian materials.
Date Range: 5/10/2016
Location: American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA

Access to Cultural Heritage Primary Sources as a Human Right (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Access to Cultural Heritage Primary Sources as a Human Right
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Abstract: Presentation to an audience of scholars and United Nations officials indicating that providing Native American communities access to their historical record is a type of human right.
Date Range: 4/112016
Location: Yale University, New Haven, CT
Primary URL: http://ipch.yale.edu/event/cultural-diversity-and-heritage-preservation-panel-discussion
Secondary URL: https://www.facebook.com/yaleindianpapersproject/photos/pb.356092251176711.-2207520000.1466660726./915784928540771/?type=3&theater

The Power of Native Language (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Power of Native Language
Author: Tobias Glaza
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Abstract: Presentation to faculty and students of Language and Power Undergraduate Seminar, Department of Linguistics/History Department (Yale University)
Date: 3/11/2016

Indigenous Studies Roundtable (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Indigenous Studies Roundtable
Abstract: Discussion related to the use of digital media to foster education, research, and outreach within Indigenous communities and studies. This event is part of an ongoing initiative at the JCB to encourage and support a new generation of scholars and community members as they build consciousness about Indigenous issues not only in New England, but also in the United States and internationally as well.
Date Range: 3/4/2016
Location: John Carter Brown Library, Brown University, Providence, RI
Primary URL: https://www.brown.edu/academics/libraries/john-carter-brown/event/2016/03/04/roundtable

A Introduction to The Yale Indian Papers Project with Some Linguistic Considerations (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: A Introduction to The Yale Indian Papers Project with Some Linguistic Considerations
Author: Tobias Glaza
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Abstract: Presentation and discussion to the New England Algonkian Language Working Group (composed of Native and Non-native linguists and scholars) about the linguistic resources of YIPP
Date Range: 3/3/2016
Location: Yale University, New Haven, CT

The Yale Indian Papers and New England Native American Christianity (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Yale Indian Papers and New England Native American Christianity
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: Presentation to faculty and students of Yale Divinity School's Native Americans and Christianity Graduate Seminar
Date: 1/27/2016

Recovering a Wangunk History: An Introduction to the Yale Indian Papers Projec (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Recovering a Wangunk History: An Introduction to the Yale Indian Papers Projec
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: Presentation to faculty and students of American Studies AMST 250 seminar at Wesleyan University, instructing students how to use the YIPP materials for their research on the Wangunk. Students subsequently created a Wikipedia page about that community.
Date: 10/29/2015

Bringing Primary Source Research into the Classroom: A Participatory Discussion (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Bringing Primary Source Research into the Classroom: A Participatory Discussion
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Abstract: Presentation to and discussion with teachers in the New Haven School District on how YIPP resources may enhance teaching of local history to their students. New Haven School District Teachers Professional Development Workshop, Hill Regional Career High School, New Haven, CT
Date: 8/26/2015

Recovering the Documentary History of the Eastern Pequot and Their Reservation (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Recovering the Documentary History of the Eastern Pequot and Their Reservation
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: Presentation to and discussion with members of the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation and the Eastern Pequot/University of Massachusetts at Boston Archaeological Field School, Connecticut College, New London, CT
Date: 7/15/2015

Recovering the Documentary History of New England Native People (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Recovering the Documentary History of New England Native People
Abstract: Presentation to Institutional Partner on research conducted within the past year including research insights into their materials. Leffingwell House and Museum Annual Meeting
Author: Tobias Glaza
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Date: 3/4/2015
Location: Norwich Free Academy, Norwich, CT

Using the New England Indian Papers Series (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Using the New England Indian Papers Series
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Abstract: Instructional presentation to HIS 2040 Survey of Native American History to 1877 Seminar (Wayne State, K. Marrero). Class worked solely on YIPP documents, looking at developing themes in New England Indian history and law. Spring/Fall Semester
Date Range: January 27, 2015
Location: Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Recovering and Remembering Slavery in the Native Atlantic World (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Recovering and Remembering Slavery in the Native Atlantic World
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Abstract: Participation in Yale Graduate Student seminar "Representing Slavery in Eighteenth-Century Atlantic Britain Workshop," sponsored by Yale Center for British Art and Lewis Walpole Library
Date Range: December 9-10, 2014
Location: Lewis Walpole Library, Farmington, CT
Primary URL: http://calendar.yale.edu/cal/opa/day/20141209/All/CAL-2c9cb3cd-496cdb6c-0149-e7e2541f-00003af3bedework@yale.edu/

Accessing Connecticut Native History: Using the Yale Indian Papers Project (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Accessing Connecticut Native History: Using the Yale Indian Papers Project
Abstract: Presentation to the NAACP of New Haven and the Connecticut Native American Intertribal Urban Council on the resources in the New England Indian Papers Series.
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Date: 12/5/2014
Location: Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT
Primary URL: http://www.nhregister.com/general-news/20141206/yale-project-publishing-new-england-native-american-documents

Locating the Past through Paper (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Locating the Past through Paper
Abstract: Presentation, instruction, and discussion of using the New England Indian Papers Series in the classroom for the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History's Indigenous Peoples of the Americas Teacher Institute. The workshop gathered twenty-five teachers from as far away as San Antonio, TX, San Jose, CA, Miami, FL, and from all over the East Coast for presentations and activities that focused on the lives and experiences of the indigenous societies of the Caribbean and New England.
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Author: Tobias Glaza
Date: 7/1/2014
Location: Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Yale University, North Haven, CT
Primary URL: http://peabody.yale.edu/teachers/indigenous-peoples-americas-institute
Secondary URL: http://yipp.yale.edu/educational-outreach-0

A Brief History of the Missionary Project to the Indians of New England (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: A Brief History of the Missionary Project to the Indians of New England
Author: Tobias Glaza
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Abstract: Presentation and participation in Summer Study atYale Divinity School seminar.
Date Range: July 2014
Location: Yale Divinity School, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Beyond the Margins of Memory: Using the Documentary Record to Recover Native History (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Beyond the Margins of Memory: Using the Documentary Record to Recover Native History
Author: Tobias Glaza
Author: Lucianne Lavin
Author: Faith Davison
Abstract: Panel Presentation on the use of the documentary record in reconstructing Native New England communities in the fields of scholarly editing, archaeology, and library science.
Date: 04/14/2014
Primary URL: https://oieahc.wm.edu/conferences/20thannual/saturday.html
Conference Name: Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, Twentieth Annual Conference, Halifax, NS

Mere Civility: Disagreement and the Limits of Toleration (Book)
Title: Mere Civility: Disagreement and the Limits of Toleration
Author: Teresa M. Bejan
Abstract: .
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674545496
Publisher: Harvard University Press

New England Bound: Slavery and Colonization in Early America (Book)
Title: New England Bound: Slavery and Colonization in Early America
Author: Wendy Warren
Abstract: .
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674545496
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Co.

Eighteenth-Century Letter Writing and Native American Community (Article)
Title: Eighteenth-Century Letter Writing and Native American Community
Author: Hilary E. Wyss
Abstract: .
Year: 2016
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Common-Place

Indigenous London: Native Travelers at the Heart of Empire (Book)
Title: Indigenous London: Native Travelers at the Heart of Empire
Author: Coll Thrush
Abstract: .
Year: 2016
Publisher: Yale University Press

Speaking Together: The Brothertown Indian Community and New Directions in Engaged Scholarship (Article)
Title: Speaking Together: The Brothertown Indian Community and New Directions in Engaged Scholarship
Author: Christine M. Delucia
Abstract: .
Year: 2015
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Early American Literature

Native American Whalemen and the World: Indigenous Encounters and the Contingency of Race (Book)
Title: Native American Whalemen and the World: Indigenous Encounters and the Contingency of Race
Author: Nancy Shoemaker
Abstract: .
Year: 2015
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press

Ninigret, Sachem of the Niantics and Narragansetts (Book)
Title: Ninigret, Sachem of the Niantics and Narragansetts
Author: Julie A. Fisher
Author: David Silverman
Abstract: .
Year: 2014
Publisher: Cornell University Press

The Saltwater Frontier, Indians and the Contest for the American Coast (Book)
Title: The Saltwater Frontier, Indians and the Contest for the American Coast
Author: Andrew Lipman
Abstract: .
Year: 2015
Publisher: Yale University Press

New England Indian Papers Series (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: New England Indian Papers Series
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: The New England Indian Papers Series Electronic Archives is a scholarly critical edition of New England Native American primary source materials gathered into one robust virtual collection. It offers students, educators, researchers, Native American tribal members, and the general public, visual and intellectual access to significant historical knowledge for the purposes of teaching, scholarly analysis, and research.
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://www.yipp.yale.edu
Secondary URL: http://findit.library.yale.edu/yipp
Access Model: Open-access

Accessing Native New England's Documentary History (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Accessing Native New England's Documentary History
Abstract: Presentation to students of Native American History to 1815 (Dr. Edward Andrews, Providence College). The class was designed to use primary sources in developing topics for seminar final papers.
Author: Tobias Glaza
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Date: 9/22/2016
Location: Providence College, Province, RI

Writing of Indigenous New England: Building Partnerships for the Preservation of Regional Native American Literature (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Writing of Indigenous New England: Building Partnerships for the Preservation of Regional Native American Literature
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Author: Siobhan Senier
Author: Jane Anderson
Author: James E. Francis
Author: Loren Spears
Author: Donald Soctomah
Author: Linda Coombs
Author: Margaret Lukens
Author: Janet Dean
Author: Joan Lester
Abstract: With support from the NEH, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) convened a group of regional Native American knowledge keepers, humanities scholars, and digitization and intellectual property experts for project and planning activities associated with the online portal, Writing of Indigenous New England, currently in beta phase. Complementing some of the high-profile digitization efforts now under way in places like the American Philosophical Society and Yale University, our project aims to stimulate grassroots digitization efforts among small tribal museums and elders’ personal collections. Quietly and independently, these collections have preserved an archive of Native American writing almost unknown even to the most knowledgeable scholars. Writing of Indigenous New England thus fills in Native people’s regional literary history, while empowering them to make their own choices about which documents to make public.
Date Range: 10/30-31/2014
Location: University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
Primary URL: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=PW-51549-14

Plimoth Plantation Interpretive Planning Conference (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Plimoth Plantation Interpretive Planning Conference
Abstract: NEH-sponsored conference gathering scholars of Native New England to reconceptualize Plimoth Plantation's Interpretation
Date Range: 10/23-25/2014
Location: Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, MA

Recovering the Documentary History of New England Native People: Plimoth Colony and Beyond (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Recovering the Documentary History of New England Native People: Plimoth Colony and Beyond
Abstract: Lunch & Learn Presentation to staff of Plimoth Plantation and public on using YIPP's New England Indian Papers Series in researching Native New England.
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Date: 7/30/2015
Location: Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, MA


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