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National Humanities Medal
Posted: October 24, 2016

Remembering William G. Bowen

The National Endowment for the Humanities mourns the passing of William G. Bowen, a distinguished humanist and social scientist who transformed the academic landscape.

Posted: July 24, 2016

Presidents and the Press: A Pulitzer Centennial Event

Backstory with the American History Guys

Posted: July 14, 2016

20 NEH-Funded Films To Watch This Summer

20 NEH Funded Films to Watch This Summer

Posted: July 6, 2016

Expanding Our Current Scope | NDNP

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and Library of Congress are pleased to announce the expansion of the chronological scope of the National Digital Newspaper Program!

Posted: June 27, 2016

William Craig Rice, Farewell

William Craig Rice, director of the Division of Education Programs at the National Endowment for the Humanities, died of a heart attack on June 20 while traveling for an NEH site visit in Philad

Posted: June 21, 2016

Learning the Humanities through Video Games

Learning the Humanities through Video Games

NHD Students in the Parade of Affiliates
Posted: June 16, 2016

Twenty-Nine Middle and High School Students Named National Endowment for the Humanities Scholars at 2016 National History Day

Twenty-nine young historians named NEH scholars at National History Day

Malinda Lowery
Posted: February 2, 2016

Q&A with NEH Public Scholar Malinda Lowery

NEH Public Scholar Malinda Lowery discusses her book, The Lumbee Indians: An American Struggle

Philip Dray
Posted: January 21, 2016

Q&A with NEH Public Scholar Philip Dray

Philip Dray discusses his NEH Public Scholar project on the history of hunting in America

One World Trade Center: Biography of the Building by Judith Dupré
Posted: January 20, 2016

Q&A with NEH Public Scholar Judith Dupré

NEH Public Scholar Judith Dupré on her "biography" of One World Trade Center