The Gould Academy, the Bethel Historical Society and the Bethel Library Association in Maine will be teaming up to present two special events – a book discussion on Ambrose Bierce and a film screening on women soldiers in the Civil War – thanks to NEH funding, from the Lewiston Sun-Journal.
The Southwest Harbor Public Library in Maine will be hosting a discussion on Fatima Mernissi's Dreams of Trespass, an NEH "Muslim Journeys" bookshelf book, on March 11, from the Mount Desert Islander.
The NEH’s support of a Digging Into Data project analyzing digitized databases of primary sources relating to the outbreak of ‘Spanish influenza’ in 1918 demonstrates how humanists can enhance and correct complex data-driven analysis, from the Chronicle of Higher Education.
The Folger Library has announced the full list of locations for the NEH-supported “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare” program tour that will bring editions of the 1623-dated work to museums, colleges and libraries in all fifty states, the District, and Puerto Rico in 2016, from the Washington Post.