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NEH-Mellon Fellowships for Digital Publication 2017

December 13, 2017 | By NEH Staff

Through NEH-Mellon Fellowships for Digital Publication, the National Endowment for the Humanities and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation jointly support individual scholars pursuing research projects that require digital expression and digital publication. To be eligible for this special opportunity, an applicant’s plans for digital publication must be essential to the project’s research goals. That is, the project must be conceived as digital because the nature of the research and the topics being addressed demand presentation beyond traditional print publication.

Renee Deanne Ater
University of Maryland, College Park
College Park, MD
U.S. History
Contemporary Monuments to the Slave Past: Race, Memorialization, Public Space, and Civic Engagement

Kathryn Burgess Bunn-Marcuse
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
Native American Studies
A Collaborative Reframing of Franz Boas's Documentation of the Kwakiutl First Nation in 1930

Ryan Matthew Horne
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
Ancient History
Understanding Ancient Economic and Social Networks Based on Evidence from Aeolian Coins

Lauren Frederica Klein
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
Atlanta, GA
American Studies
Data by Design: An Interactive History of Data Visualization, 1786-1900

Kathleen M. Ryan
University of Colorado, Boulder
Boulder, CO
American Studies
Women in the U.S. Navy During World War II: An Online Archive of the WAVES (“Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service”)

Philip Nathaniel Sapirstein
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Lincoln, NE
Art History and Criticism
The Ancient Greek Temple of Hera at Olympia: A Digital Architectural History

Jonathan W. Stone
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
U.S. History
Listening to the Lomax Archive at the Library of Congress: The Rhetoric of American Folksong in the 1930s

Elaine A. Sullivan
University of California, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA
Ancient History
Visibility and Ritual Landscape at the Ancient Egyptian Necropolis of Saqqara, 2950-350 BCE