Jennifer Serventi from the NEH's Office of Digital Humanities will be attending the 2017 American Historical Association annual meeting in Denver, from January 5th to January 8th.
We will have an NEH information table in the C Lobby of the Colorado Convention Center on the Meeting Room Level. Please stop by to say hello and pick up information about our grant opportunities and professional development programs.
Thursday, January 5
1:30 pm- 3:30 pm
What’s New in Federal Humanities Funding: NEH Special Initiatives, Programs, and Grant Opportunities for Historians, Room 503 (Colorado Convention Center, Meeting Room Level)
An opportunity to meet Jennifer, learn about funding opportunities and special initiatives, and ask questions about the Endowment and all of its programs. She will be discussing several new grant programs offered by the NEH. As a bonus, she will be joined by Daniel Sack from the NEH's Division of Research Programs.
Saturday, January 7
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Digital Projects Lightning Round, Mile High Ballroom 1B (Colorado Convention Center, Ballroom Level)
Jennifer Serventi from the NEH Office of Digital Humanities will be participating in the Lightning Round. Her 2-minute presentation is titled “NEH Support for Digital History Projects: What’s New in 2017?”
In addition to these NEH information session, drop by the Dissertation Lightning Round on Friday, January 6, from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm [Mile High Ballroom 1B (Colorado Convention Center, Ballroom Level)] to learn about some fantastic history dissertations-in-progress from graduate students and to see Jennifer wield the famous Triangle of Doom used during the lightning rounds of the annual project directors meeting from the NEH's Office of Digital Humanities.
Jennifer looks forward to seeing you at the meeting!