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Lightning Round Part 2: Videos from 2016 Implementation Grant Presentations

March 24, 2017 | By Patricia Germann

On September 16, 2016, the NEH Office of Digital Humanities convened our annual Project Directors Meeting at NEH headquarters in Washington, DC. One highlight of this meeting was the popular “Lightning Round” – an opportunity for attendees to share a 3-minute overview of their NEH-funded project.

Below, you’ll find links to videos of each of the 2016 Digital Humanities Implementation Grant presentations.

Note that, as of 2017, grants for implementation phase projects in the digital humanities are now part of the Digital Humanities Advancement Grant (DHAG) program. Find out more about the DHAG program online or email odh[at]neh[dot]gov with questions.

Click on any project title below to go directly to the video.


Six Degrees of Francis Bacon: Reassembling the Early Modern Social Network
Speaker: Christopher Warren, Carnegie Mellon University (HK-250641-16)

Humanities CORE
Speaker: Mark Newton, Modern Language Association (HK-250665-16)

Textual Geographies
Speaker: Daniel Johnson, University of Notre Dame (HK-250673-16)

Revitalizing the Ecclesiastical and Secular Sources for Slave Societies Digital Archive
Speaker: Jane Landers, Vanderbilt University (HK-250720-16)

Revitalizing Mission US
Speaker: Sandra Sheppard, WNET (HK-250704-16)

Learning in the Public Square: An Open Platform for Humanities Education
Speaker: Matthew Gold, CUNY Graduate Center (HK-250705-16)

The Jubilees Palimpsest Project: Spectral RTI Technology for the Recovery of Erased Manuscripts from Antiquity
Speaker: Todd Hanneken, St. Mary’s University of San Antonio (HK-250616-16)

Neatline
Speaker: Eric Rochester, University of Virginia (HK-250712-16)