Four months before Gauguin arrived in 1891, two Americans sought to explore the “real” Tahiti, to experience its landscape and understand its history. One was a wealthy intellectual, the other a painter.
Attila sacked the Roman Empire city of Aquileia in 452 using an army of ruthless Huns and military cunning and cruelty; he invaded Italy again in 1846—this time through the pen of Giuseppe Verdi—using bel canto arias, dramatic choruses, and stunning scenery.
A free and accessible webinar is scheduled for January 19, 2016 for the Documenting Endangered Languages Program, which is a joint U.S. funding initiative led by the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
NEH Grant Application Workshops are intended for anyone interested in learning about NEH funding opportunities and application strategies. Workshops listed here are conducted by Program Officers from the Division of Research.