NEH in the News
Researchers at two Indiana universities are sharing more than $630,000 in funding for projects including one exploring the life of naturalist Henry David Thoreau and one studying the 1950s calypso craze, from the Journal-Gazette.
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum is the recipient of a $500,000 NEH Challenge Grant to support the museum’s goal of developing further fundraising for humanities-based interpretive programming, from the Martha's Vineyard Times.
Andreas Giger, professor of opera and musicology at Louisiana State University, has been awarded a $50,400 NEH grant to complete a book on Ruggero Leoncavallo’s opera Pagliacci, from the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
The NEH has granted $799,953 in grants to organizations based in the state of Oregon; two grants will go to the University of Oregon and one grant each was awarded to the Washington County Historical Society and Museum, Oregon Humanities council, and the Japanese Garden Society of Oregon, from the Oregonian.
Ripon College Associate Professor of History Brian Bockelman has received an NEH fellowship to support his research and writing on the history of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from the Oshkosh Northwestern.