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NEH Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting – Open to Public

Come learn about developing mobile app platforms for history, capturing dance notation using an iPad, using gaming technology to teach the history of medicine, or applying crowdsourcing to culinary history … all in just two minutes.

Photo of Father Roberto Busa next to mainframe computer

Roberto Busa (November 13, 1913 - August 9, 2011)

I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the passing of Father Roberto Busa, one of the most influential figures in the digital humanities.

Announcing 32 New Start-Up Grant Awards (July 2011)

The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce thirty-two new awards from our Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant program.

Announcing 6 New Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities (July 2011)

The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce six new awards from our Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities program from our February, 2011 deadline.

NEH and DFG Announce 5 New Awards in their Bi-Lateral Digital Humanities Program (July 2011)

The Office of Digital Humanities and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) are happy to announce five new awards from the DFG/NEH Bi-Lateral Digital Humanities program.

Kathleen Fitzpatrick


Impertinent Questions with Kathleen Fitzpatrick

On scholarly communities in the digital age.

Improvements to NEH’s Funded Projects Query Form (Time to Update Links!)

I’m pleased to announce some major improvements to the NEH’s Funded Projects Query Form.


Presidential Service

Benjamin Latrobe and his wife, Mary, helped newly inaugurated President James Madison and First Lady Dolley Madison furnish the White House.

Cartoonist Clifford Berryman's illustration of 1912 presidential candidates


1912 Presidential Candidates

Cartoonist Clifford Berryman mocks the confidence level of the 1912 presidential candidates—Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and William Howard Taft—before the election.


Mr. Manners

At George Washington’s request, Alexander Hamilton offers the newly elected president advice on proper etiquette in a letter dated May 5, 1789.