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Selected articles on NEH-supported projects.
Posted: October 2, 2011 Review of a 3-disc box set of early Westerns, produced by the National Film Preservation Foundation with an NEH Humanities Collections and Reference Resources grant, from the Los Angeles Times.
Posted: September 30, 2011 "400 Years Old and Ageless," The New York Times on the NEH-funded exhibition Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible at the Folger Shakespeare Library
Posted: September 30, 2011 Reviews of Ken Burns’ NEH-funded documentary Prohibition in the Wall Street Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the New York Daily News, the New York Times, and Entertainment Weekly.
Posted: September 29, 2011 Review of NEH-funded exhibition Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible at the Folger Shakespeare Library, from the Washington Times.
Posted: September 28, 2011 “The Promise of Digital Humanities,” a round-up of the 2011 NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants conference, in Inside Higher Ed.
Posted: September 28, 2011 Mystic Seaport receives NEH grants to support public programming on whaling and American identity and a five-week institute for college teachers on American maritime history, from Norwich Bulletin.
Posted: September 28, 2011 Professors and graduate students create “Desperate Fishwives,” a video game that teaches about life in a 17th century English village, with an NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up grant, from Columbia Free Times.
Posted: September 27, 2011 An interview with the creators of the Mobile Shakespeare Scripts application, an NEH Digital Start-Up Grant project that documents theatre performances from script to stage, in InReads.
Posted: September 26, 2011 The University of South Carolina digitizes historic newspapers with an NEH National Digital Newspaper Program grant, from Associated Press.
Posted: September 26, 2011 Interview with Ehsan Yarshater, editor of the NEH-funded Encyclopaedia Iranica project, from NPR's Tell Me More.