NEH in the News
University of Nebraska-Lincoln assistant professor of anthropology Dr. Carrie Heitman has netted an NEH grant of $249,817 to develop workshops to teach new digital humanities research and methodology to faculty working the field of Native American studies and history, from the Daily Nebraskan.
NEH Chairman William Adams will be the featured speaker for Utah Humanities’ 40th anniversary celebration and will speak on the Common Good initiative and how studying the humanities is more relevant than ever, from the Salt Lake Tribune.
The Waterloo Center for the Arts in Iowa is hosting a traveling exhibition – “Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate” – and a discussion group as part of its NEH-ALA Latino Americans: 500 Years of History programming grant, from the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The NEH has awarded the Papers of Abraham Lincoln project a three-year grant through 2019 that will give the project an immediate payment of $100,000 and up to $300,000 in matching funds, from the State Journal-Register.