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NEH at the 2014 American Historical Association Annual Meeting

By NEH Staff

Several NEH staff members from across the Endowment’s offices and divisions will be attending the American Historical Association annual meeting</a> in Washington, DC, from January 2nd to January 5th. 

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Humanities and Technology Unite!

By NEH Staff

Program officer Perry Collins will participate in a panel presentation at the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY) on Tuesday, October 2nd, at 6pm.

JCDL Conference

By NEH Staff

June 12, 2012. Brett Bobley and Jennifer Serventi will be on a panel called "The Digging into Data Challenge: A Roundtable Discussion" at the 2012 JCDL Conference in Washington, DC. Joining us will be staff from NSF, IMLS, JISC, and CLIR as well as three PIs from Digging projects.

DH2012 Conference

By NEH Staff

July 16 - 22, 2012. ODH's Brett Bobley and Jason Rhody will be attending the DH2012 conference at the University of Hamburg, Germany.

NITLE Summit

By Brett Bobley

April 15-16, 2012. ODH's Brett Bobley will be representing the NEH at the NITLE Summit Meeting.

Improvements to NEH’s Funded Projects Query Form (Time to Update Links!)

By Brett Bobley

I’m pleased to announce some major improvements to the NEH’s Funded Projects Query Form.

Meet NEH Program Officers at MLA

By Brett Bobley

This year, two NEH staff members will be attending the MLA Convention (Modern Language Association) in Los Angeles: Brett Bobley from the Office of Digital Humanities, and Rebecca Boggs from the Division of Education.

NEH at Organization of American Historians Meeting

By Jennifer Serventi

I wanted to alert all historians and friends of historians that there will be a contingent of staff from the National Endowment for the Humanities at the 2010 Organization of American Historians annual meeting here in Washington, DC from April 7-10, 2010.

Recap of Presentation at the ICO Conference

By Jennifer Serventi

On Tuesday, March 18, I had an opportunity to observe my ODH colleague, Jason Rhody, give a presentation on digital humanities at the NEH to the 2008 liaisons meeting of The Independent College Office, an organization of liberal arts colleges.