Colleges That Received the Most in NEH Grants


1.

U. of Virginia

$12,449,428

74

Endowment for equipment, computer-hardware, and software acquisitions; staff salaries and training; and bridge funding for the university’s Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities

Worthy N. Martin

$750,000

2007


2.

U. of California at Berkeley

$8,575,617

55

Preparation for print and digital publication of two volumes of works by Mark Twain, The Innocents Abroad and “San Francisco Writings”; Volume 7 of his letters; a comprehensive bibliography of Twain’s works; the digital release of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer; and completion of upgrades to the search engine and image database of the Mark Twain Project Online

Robert H. Hirst

$700,000

2016


3.

Harvard U. and Presidents and Fellows of Harvard College

$7,600,969

44

Production of an immersive website exploring the history, culture, and archaeology of the Giza Plateau, in Egypt

Peter Der Manuelian

$350,000

2018


4.

Indiana U. at Bloomington and its trustees

$6,726,051

40

Research-and-development project to design an online ontology for the field of philosophy and to develop tools for managing metacontent in a dynamic reference work.

Colin Allen

$400,000

2009


5.

New York U.

$6,206,341

49

Arrangement and description of one million items, with full cataloging of 1,200 monographs, 600 serials, and 1,100 pamphlets from a collection at NYU’s Tamiment Library on the history of labor and radicalism in the United States

Chela Scott Weber

$332,760

2009


6.

U. of Wisconsin at Madison

$6,126,222

34

Completion of three volumes and work on two more volumes of documents related to the ratification of the Constitution

John P. Kaminski

$455,000

2011


7.

U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

$6,080,236

55

Digitization of 100,000 pages of Illinois newspapers, dating from 1860 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Kyle Rimkus

$1,409,137

2009


8.

George Mason U.

$5,801,343

37

Endowment for partial salaries for a digital historian, a web designer, a computer programmer, and two graduate research assistants, as well as new software and equipment, at the university’s Center for History and New Media

Robert I. Matz

$750,000

2008


9.

U. of California at Los Angeles

$5,726,380

40

Second phase of development of the online UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology, with 1,000 peer-reviewed entries on the history and culture of Egypt from 5500 B.C. to 641 A.D.

Willemina Z. Wendrich

$350,000

2008


10.

U. of Chicago

$5,722,966

41

Digitization of audio recordings and edited transcriptions of course lectures given by the philosopher Leo Strauss (1899-1973)

Nathan S. Tarcov

$350,000

2009


11.

U. of Michigan at Ann Arbor

$5,407,413

43

Endowment for two education positions and related humanities programs at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, as well as direct funds for software development for humanities resources

Kathryn Huss

$500,000

2014


12.

U. of South Carolina at Columbia and Research Foundation

$5,111,818

32

Digitization of 100,000 pages of South Carolina newspapers, dating from 1860 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Kate Foster Boyd

$975,883

2009


13.

Columbia U.

$5,034,260

29

Endowment for a junior-faculty position focused on global health and for related programming at the Center for the History and Ethics of Public Health at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health

Ronald Bayer

$725,000

2010


14.

U. of Texas at Austin

$4,788,377

42

Graduate education of conservators and preservation administrators in the care of library and archival collections in the humanities, at the Kilgarlin Center for Preservation of the Cultural Record, then in the university’s School of Information

Mary Lynn Rice-Lively

$524,204

2008


15.

U. of Maryland at College Park

$4,740,754

44

Digitization of 100,000 pages of Maryland newspapers, dating from 1836 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Douglas P. McElrath and Robin Pike

$865,000

2012


16.

Pennsylvania State U. at University Park

$4,681,687

30

Digitization of 100,000 pages of Pennsylvania newspapers, dating from 1880 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Lydia Suzanne Kellerman

$1,108,665

2008


17.

U. of Nebraska at Lincoln and its Board of Regents

$4,558,141

27

Endowment for programs at the university’s Center for Digital Research in the Humanities

Katherine L. Walter

$500,000

2011


18.

U. of Southern California

$4,348,457

35

Production and distribution of a first-person video game based on the writings and reflections of Henry David Thoreau (1817-62) during his year at Walden Pond

Tracy J. Fullerton

$350,000

2016


19.

Yale U.

$4,264,080

23

Work toward the completion of Volumes 40 through 44 of The Papers of Benjamin Franklin (1706-90)

Ellen R. Cohn

$450,000

2008


20.

U. of Pennsylvania and Trustees of U. of Pennsylvania

$4,179,844

34

Development by the university’s Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology of a traveling exhibition, a podcast guide, online resources, educational materials, and a publication on the ancient and modern Maya concepts of time, based on recent archaeological findings at Copán, in Honduras

Julian Siggers

$400,000

2011


21.

U. of California at Santa Barbara

$4,070,600

28

Addition of 30,000 entries to the university library’s comprehensive Encyclopedic Discography of Victor Recordings (1900-50), an open-access searchable electronic database

David Seubert

$350,000

2009


22.

U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

$3,835,049

38

Digitization of 100,000 pages of North Carolina newspapers, dating from 1836 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

John A. Blythe

$678,192

2012


23.

Duke U.

$3,692,010

28

Unified efforts to prepare doctoral students in the humanities and interpretive social sciences for non-academic careers by expanding their intellectual horizons and analytical skills, and by fostering a cultural transformation in how the university envisages the societal impacts of humanistic experience

Edward J. Balleisen

$350,000

2016


24.

U. of Delaware

$3,689,941

22

Endowment for graduate-student summer research stipends, public-engagement institutes, and symposia in the study of American material culture

Debra H. Norris

$500,000

2008


25.

U. of Notre Dame

$3,638,943

40

Endowment for two professorships, acquisitions, conferences, and visiting lectures in Byzantine studies

Olivia Remie Constable

$800,000

2007


26.

Michigan State U.

$3,549,006

24

Preserving and providing access to the historic videotape collection and supporting production materials from the series American Black Journal produced by Detroit Public Television

Dean Rehberger

$349,980

2008


27.

Stanford U.

$3,483,742

23

Preparation for publication of Volumes 8 and 9 of the papers of American civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-68), covering the years 1962 to 1964

Clayborne Carson

$350,000

2015


28.

Rutgers U. at New Brunswick

$3,428,068

18

Preparation for publication of Volumes 9 and 10 of the selected papers of the inventor Thomas Edison (1847-1931), covering the period 1888 to 1892

Paul B. Israel

$525,000

2017


29.

George Washington U.

$3,302,891

27

Preparation for publication of Volumes 3, 4, and 5 of the planned five volumes of the papers of the first lady Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)

Christopher Brick

$350,000

2011


30.

U. of Oregon

$3,262,754

33

Digitization of 100,000 pages of Oregon newspapers, dating from 1860 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Karen Estlund

$925,393

2009


31.

Rochester Institute of Technology

$3,150,495

18

Investigation of the impact on paper-based collections of short-term fluctuations in environmental conditions resulting from the dynamic management, through temporary setbacks and shutoffs, of climate-control systems, with publication of a guide on sustainable approaches for cultural institutions

Jean-Louis Bigourdan

$399,926

2010


32.

U. of Tennessee at Knoxville

$3,058,951

27

Digitization of 100,000 pages of Tennessee’s microfilmed newspapers, dating from 1836-1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Laura Kristina Bronstad

$995,165

2010


33.

U. of Arizona

$2,852,968

24

Renovation of a donated property as home for La Búsqueda (The Search), a Southwest-focused humanities institute, as well as an endowment for its activities

Jennifer L. Jenkins

$500,000

2016


34.

Arizona State U.

$2,753,730

23

Development of a digital archive of the archaeology of the Huhugam of Arizona, an ancient culture known for its irrigation systems and large, sustainable towns

Keith Kintigh

$295,000

2017


35.

U. of Florida and Board of Trustees and Libraries

$2,682,704

23

Digitization of 100,000 pages of historic Florida and Puerto Rico newspapers published between 1836 and 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Patrick Reakes

$923,000

2013


36.

Emory U.

$2,604,995

27

Creation of African Origins, a web-based resource on the names, cultural identification, and migration patterns of Africans in the trans-Atlantic slave trade between 1819 and 1845

David Eltis

$349,641

2008


37.

Indiana U.-Purdue U. at Indianapolis and its trustees

$2,524,581

15

International research collaboration leading to publication of a book that will examine the political, social, and medical processes of the emergence of HIV/AIDS in Africa

William H. Schneider

$290,000

2013


38.

City U. of New York Graduate Center Research Foundation

$2,489,359

16

Cooperative agreement for a faculty and curriculum-development project on Latino/a history for 36 community-college faculty members and administrators in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania

Pennee Bender

$359,659

2013


39.

U. of Kansas and Center for Research

$2,479,264

29

Endowment for programs designed to advance collaborative research in the humanities at the university’s Hall Center for the Humanities and in the community

Victor Bailey

$425,000

2012


40.

Washington U. in St. Louis

$2,434,312

35

Four-week institute for 25 schoolteachers to examine the jazz and Motown musical genres in the context of changing American culture during the third quarter of the 20th century

Gerald Early

$225,175

2010


41.

U. of California at Santa Cruz

$2,418,482

29

Addition of thousands of records of intra-American slave trafficking and a new Final Passages web interface into Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database

Gregory O’Malley

$220,000

2016


42.

Ohio State U. and Research Foundation

$2,414,065

30

Creation of the Ancient Ohio Trail website and ancillary downloadable materials interpreting the major earthworks of the Ohio River region, focusing especially on heritage driving tours

Richard Douglas Shiels

$400,000

2010


43.

U. of Massachusetts at Dartmouth

$2,241,624

15

Five-week summer seminar for 16 schoolteachers comparing the development of modern economic systems in the Dutch Republic and Great Britain in the 17th and 18th centuries

Gerard M. Koot

$200,445

2010


44.

Boston U.

$2,208,721

21

Archaeological excavation and analysis of a second millennium BC site at Kaymakçi in the Marmara Lake Basin in western Turkey

Christina Luke and Christopher H. Roosevelt

$281,645

2013


45.

U. of North Texas

$2,192,181

17

Endowment to extend the reach of the Portal to Texas History, which provides free public access to historical resources

Dreanna Belden

$500,000

2016


46.

Texas A&M U. at College Station and its Research Foundation

$2,086,185

24

Creation of advanced reference works and user tools for the online reference resource Syriaca.org, for the study of Syriac, a dialect of Aramaic that was widely spoken throughout the Near East for more than a millennium

Daniel L. Schwartz

$300,000

2015


47.

U. of Washington

$2,079,313

21

Endowment to support faculty and student fellowships, graduate courses on digital humanities, other humanities programs, and a part-time research assistant for the Digital Humanities Commons at the university’s Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities

Kathleen M. Woodward

$625,000

2009


48.

Northeastern U.

$2,056,645

17

Development of a data repository for the TEI Archiving, Publishing, and Access Service, or Tapas; TEI refers to the Text Encoding Initiative

Julia Hammond Flanders

$300,000

2014


49.

U. of New Mexico

$2,037,687

19

Digitization of 100,000 pages of New Mexico newspapers, dating from 1840 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Kevin J. Comerford and Michael Kelly

$880,641

2010


50.

U. of Vermont

$2,031,545

12

Digitization of 90,000 pages of Vermont newspapers, dating from 1836 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Jeffrey D. Marshall

$976,552

2010


51.

U. of Minnesota-Twin Cities

$2,026,000

29

Expansion of a project that engages recent immigrant and refugee communities in creating and sharing digital video narratives about their lives and experiences, to be made publicly available through the Minnesota Digital Library and the Digital Public Library of America

Erika Lee and Elizabeth Venditto

$324,121

2015


52.

SUNY Research Foundation, Buffalo State College

$1,909,957

16

Fellowships for graduate students training to be conservators specializing in the preservation of humanities collections, including ethnographic and archaeological materials, works on paper, books, and photographs

Patrick Ravines

$250,000

2011


53.

Amherst College

$1,897,586

20

Two one-week Landmarks of American History workshops for 80 schoolteachers to study the poetry of Emily Dickinson in relation to her biography and surroundings

Cynthia S. Dickinson

$176,677

2013


54.

Princeton U.

$1,896,996

24

Analysis and translation into English of 100 to 200 medieval Jewish and Islamic legal and administrative documents from the Geniza chamber of the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo, in preparation for open-access digital publication; and preparation for print publication of a multi-author handbook on the documents and the institutions that created them

Marina A. Rustow

$300,000

2014


55.

San Jose State U. and Research Foundation

$1,832,394

12

Endowment for the purchase of library resources and to support programs in the humanities

Ruth Kifer

$375,000

2009


56.

Brown U.

$1,803,910

21

Research-and-development project to produce software that would allow the searching of Sanskrit manuscripts and their integration into a digital library

Peter M. Scharf

$301,540

2009


57.

Tufts U.

$1,766,422

23

Research on core functions for the automatic analysis of historical languages (Greek and Latin), with the intention of creating a dynamic lexicon for a text corpus in a digital library

Gregory R. Crane

$285,000

2008


58.

Cornell U.

$1,761,986

14

Creation of a Freedom on the Move digital resource that allows access to 100,000 runaway-slave advertisements published in American newspapers through the end of the Civil War

Edward E. Baptist and William C. Block

$374,581

2017


59.

U. of Pittsburgh main campus

$1,653,205

17

Creation of content, standards and digital infrastructure for a World-Historical Gazetteer: a spatially and temporally comprehensive index of significant world historical place names, and a system for collaborative digital and data-driven historical scholarship at the global scale

Ruth Mostern

$315,000

2017


60.

U. of Illinois at Chicago

$1,637,792

13

Redesign of a core exhibition at the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum to incorporate new scholarship about Hull-House, Jane Addams (1860-1935), and the settlement-house movement, and to create opportunities for civic reflection and dialogue

Lisa Yun Lee

$350,000

2009


61.

U. of Massachusetts at Lowell

$1,636,811

9

Creation of the Southeast Asian Digital Archives by processing and digitizing eight archival collections documenting the history of Southeast Asian refugees in the greater Lowell, Mass., region in the late 20th century

Sue J. Kim

$239,000

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62.

Bard College

$1,605,573

16

Endowment for speaker series, fellowships for junior scholars, workshops, and other programs at the college’s Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities

Roger S. Berkowitz

$425,000

2012


63.

Georgia State U. and its Research Foundation

$1,600,344

18

Creation of a digital collection of maps, photographs, oral histories, and other materials related to the development of Atlanta during the 20th century

Joseph A. Hurley

$210,000

2013


64.

Northwestern U.

$1,592,893

26

Development of an open-source tool for characterizing and monitoring the development of metal-soap formation on Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings

Marc S. Walton

$349,988

2018


65.

Case Western Reserve U.

$1,590,227

15

Endowment for seminars, courses, and other humanities programs for faculty, students, representatives of local cultural institutions, and the general public at the university’s Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, as well as salary support for a digital-humanities coordinator

John Orlock

$650,000

2009


66.

Delta State U.

$1,571,449

9

Two one-week institutes for 72 schoolteachers on the history and culture of the Mississippi Delta, with music as a focus

Rolando Herts

$189,387

2017


67.

U. of Massachusetts at Amherst

$1,562,978

17

Digitization of 169 linear feet of text and image materials on the life of the African-American intellectual W.E.B. Du Bois (1868-1963)

Robert S. Cox

$314,787

2010


68.

U. of Rochester

$1,561,538

19

Digitization of 10,000 to 12,000 public-domain musical scores and books selected from the collections of the Sibley Music Library and documenting musical composition, performance, and scholarship from the 19th and early 20th centuries

James Farrington

$300,000

2011


69.

Dartmouth College

$1,527,143

16

Six case studies to further methods in aerial thermography, an imaging process that allows nondestructive photography and data collection for archaeological sites

Jesse J. Casana

$324,930

2017


70.

U. of California at Davis

$1,498,928

17

Three-week institute for 30 schoolteachers on the historical roots of the wave of protests and rebellions known as the Arab Spring

Omnia El Shakry

$185,000

2012


71.

U. of Iowa

$1,478,262

22

Conservation treatment, digitization, and preparation for crowdsourced transcription of 150 oversize scrapbooks documenting the Benjamin Keith and Edward Albee vaudeville theater circuit by the university’s Libraries

Bethany Davis

$300,000

2014


72.

U. of Missouri at Kansas City and its Libraries

$1,476,744

11

Renovation of the university’s library to bring the Division of Special Collections into a single space, purchase and installation of digital technology, and an endowment to support student-research scholarships, and part of the salary of a director of special collections

Bonnie S. Postlethwaite

$500,000

2014


73.

U. of Georgia and Research Foundation

$1,468,021

16

Digitization of interviews from the Linguistic Atlas Project, including 6,400 hours of audio interviews with speakers of American English from the 1960s to the 1990s

William Kretzschmar Jr.

$349,600

2008


74.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

$1,368,272

11

Creation of a traveling exhibition on the work of Rafael Guastavino (1842-1908), a Spanish-immigrant builder whose innovations transformed American architecture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries

John A. Ochsendorf

$350,000

2011


75.

U. of Hawaii-Manoa

$1,345,055

15

Digitization of 25,000 pages of Hawaii newspapers, dating from 1880 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Martha Chantiny

$875,938

2008


76.

Carnegie Mellon U.

$1,341,757

9

Implementation of three studies and creation of software tools that computationally analyze visual information about printed books, in partnership with the Folger Shakespeare Library and the HathiTrust Research Center

Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick and David Bamman

$325,000

2017


77.

U. of Colorado at Boulder

$1,333,385

22

Documentation of the Arapaho language, an endangered language of the Algonquian family that was originally spoken on the Great Plains of the United States, with production of a lexical database and a bilingual dictionary in print and electronic formats

J. Andrew Cowell

$172,290

2014


78.

U. of Arkansas at Fayetteville

$1,311,942

14

Creation of a digital archaeological atlas of selected sites from the greater Near East (North Africa to Central Asia) based on declassified Corona spy-satellite images

Jesse J. Casana

$338,045

2008


79.

Louisiana State U. at Baton Rouge

$1,295,314

10

Digitization of 100,000 pages of Louisiana newspapers, dating from 1860 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

Gina Costello

$846,380

2009


80.

California State U. at Northridge and its University Corporation

$1,286,974

6

The arrangement, description, and selected digitization of a collection of 35,000 images produced by the American photojournalist Richard Cross (1950-83), documenting civil wars in Central America during the 1970s to ’80s and daily life in Palenque de San Basilio, Colombia, which is populated by descendants of the oldest community of escaped slaves in the Americas

José Luis Benavides

$315,000

2018


81.

Wesleyan U. (Conn.)

$1,276,353

14

Endowment for archivist/curator position in the Wesleyan Cinema Archives, a major repository of materials on the motion-picture arts, culture, and industry

Jeanine D. Basinger

$425,000

2012


82.

Fairfield U.

$1,223,059

10

Endowment for programs in and maintenance of the university’s new art museum

Jill Johnson Deupi

$500,000

2009


83.

Fordham U.

$1,214,475

15

Endowment of a faculty-in-residence research fellowship, an annual dissertation-completion fellowship, and humanities programming in Orthodox Christian studies

George Demacopoulos

$500,000

2013


84.

Oberlin College

$1,209,700

7

Purchase of state-of-the-art storage furniture for more than 3,800 paintings and objects from the Allen Memorial Art Museum’s collection of world art

Stephanie Wiles

$590,900

2008


85.

San Diego State U. and Research Foundation

$1,202,967

11

Six-week seminar for 16 schoolteachers on the political theory of the philosopher Hannah Arendt (1906-75), regarding the problem of evil, the uses of terror, and the origins of totalitarianism

Kathleen B. Jones

$150,812

2009


86.

Vanderbilt U.

$1,188,829

21

Development of an online portal to reference resources on the study of Syriac, a Middle Eastern language and culture, including an encyclopedia, a prosopography tool for information related to Syriac sources, a classified bibliography, and other research tools

David A. Michelson

$249,771

2012


87.

U. of Utah and Natural History Museum of Utah

$1,181,229

11

Creation of a long-term Native Voices exhibition focused on the history, geography, linguistics, and contemporary life of the indigenous people of Utah for the university’s Natural History Museum of Utah

Rebecca T. Menlove

$300,000

2010


88.

Howard U.

$1,131,295

11

Endowment for salary supplements for visiting scholars, a humanities seminar, and a humanities atelier, and bridge funding for those activities

Dana A. Williams

$500,000

2011


89.

West Virginia U. and Research Corporation

$1,123,930

6

Digitization of 100,000 pages of West Virginia newspapers, dating from 1836 to 1922, as part of the National Digital Newspaper Program

John Cuthbert

$766,373

2011


90.

U. of Montana

$1,119,339

17

Excavation, analysis, and interpretation of a single semi-subterranean dwelling with 13 superimposed floors occupied between 1,450 and 1,150 years ago at Bridge River in present-day British Columbia

Anna M. Prentiss

$250,000

2011


91.

North Carolina State U.

$1,117,108

9

Further work on a 3D immersive model of the visual and aural environment of St. Paul’s Cathedral and Churchyard as they stood in London during the early 17th century, along with further development of open-source software for the modeling and representation of sound in historic spaces

John N. Wall and David B. Hill

$324,135

2015


92.

Johns Hopkins U.

$1,114,697

16

Digitization and creation of freely-accessible e-books for 200 out-of-print classic humanities texts from Johns Hopkins University Press in the areas of American history, European history, literary criticism, and philosophy, for the Humanities Open Book Program

Gregory M. Britton

$200,000

2018


93.

U. of Kentucky and its Research Foundation

$1,109,414

18

Preparation of a three-volume print edition, a selected reader, and an open-access digital edition of the works of John Dickinson (1732-1808), one of the country’s founding fathers

Jane E. Calvert

$200,000

2010


94.

Washington State U.

$1,095,746

9

Development of Mukurtu Mobile, an open-source mobile platform for collecting and exhibiting indigenous digital cultural heritage

Kimberly Christen

$319,331

2013


95.

College of William & Mary

$1,092,863

14

Documentation of Creek, an endangered Muscogean language, originally spoken in the southeastern United States, and now spoken by the Muscogee (Creek) and Seminole nations in Oklahoma, and the Seminole tribe in Florida

Jack B. Martin

$300,000

2015


96.

U. of Connecticut

$1,083,600

15

Two one-week workshops for 80 schoolteachers in which they will use the arts to explore the history and cultural memory of the Gullah people, descendants of slaves who worked on islands off the shores of South Carolina and Georgia

Robert W. Stephens and Mary Ellen Junda

$191,873

2012


97.

Tulane U.

$1,050,589

13

Production of 20 hours of radio programming for American Routes on the role of music in shaping cultural memory and defining new cultural traditions

Nicholas R. Spitzer

$269,675

2014


98.

Colgate U.

$1,045,700

15

Four-week institute for 25 schoolteachers on upstate New York’s national role and leadership in conducting fugitive slaves on the Underground Railroad line to Canada

Graham R. Hodges

$193,100

2009


99.

St. John’s College (Md.)

$1,043,800

3

Endowment for faculty study groups, preceptorials, acquisitions, lectures, and outreach programs dealing with American founding documents and topics

Pamela A. Kraus

$1,000,000

2008


100.

Loyola U. Maryland

$1,033,682

9

Endowment for faculty salary and co-curricular programming for the university’s Messina first-year undergraduate seminar program

Douglas B. Harris

$500,000

2014


101.

Brigham Young U.*

$1,031,603

8

Multispectral imaging of 400 illegible, or legibly problematic, papyri from collections at Columbia University and the Universities of Michigan at Ann Arbor and California at Berkeley, to be disseminated through the Advanced Papyrological Information System

Roger Thomas Macfarlane

$254,828

2009


102.

U. of Massachusetts at Boston

$1,018,008

10

Two-day public forum and related debates, with broadcast and digital-media dissemination, about the meaning of civility and its role in the functioning of American democracy

Ira A. Jackson

$400,000

2011


103.

Jackson State U.

$1,015,917

8

Three-week institute for college teachers on the civil-rights movement in Mississippi and its relationship to national developments

Mario J. Azevedo

$216,585

2016


104.

U. of Oklahoma at Norman

$1,008,665

14

Fieldwork on the grammar, lexicon, and storytelling traditions of the Plains Apache, speakers of an endangered Athabaskan language in Oklahoma, resulting in a database that would be used to produce a dictionary and a collection of texts

Sean O’Neill

$348,800

2008


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