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CAORC Sep 13
Does your research project involve travel to ? The American Research Institute in Turkey has for that! Available for both and in Turkey.
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NEH Div. of Research Sep 13
The is accepting applications for NEH-funded fellowships in China until November 7.
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NEH Div. of Research Sep 10
"A History of America in 100 Maps" is Susan Schulten's gorgeous new book, just out today. Congratulations!
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NEH Div. of Research Sep 10
Congratulations to on the release of "The Lumbee Indians: An American Struggle"
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Luce Foundation Sep 4
Attn early-career China scholars—the Luce/ Program in is accepting applications for the following: Predissertation-Summer Travel Grants, Postdoct Fellowships, and Collaborative Reading-Workshop Grants. Due 11/7/2018. Details here:
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NEH Sep 4
Dr. Rita Charon has been named the 2018 Jefferson Lecturer in the Humanities. The event will take place on Monday, October 15, at the in Washington, D.C.
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CAORC Sep 4
CAORC is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for 2018-19 ! For more info and application instructions, visit
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NEH Aug 30
NEH recipient , a professor at , wrote a biography of “Little Women” that examines the circumstances that brought Louisa May Alcott to write the book, and the difficult family on which the loving March family is based.
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NEH Aug 29
We’re proud to be an official contributor to the . Come visit us at in the Parade of States this Saturday.
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Humanities Magazine Aug 30
We should take LITTLE WOMEN seriously says . Despite its popularity, the novel by Louisa May Alcott deserves to be called literature.
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Devoney Looser Aug 8
Thrilled to share the news: I'm an Public Scholar, supporting my book on sister novelists Jane & Anna Maria Porter. Thx for all you do to advance knowledge of & congrats all!
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Joukowsky Institute Aug 22
We're very proud and excited to announce that has awarded Christopher Ratté (), 's Felipe Rojas, and Angela Commito () a $220,000 collaborative research grant for continued work in the city of Notion (Turkey)!
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ACLS Aug 27
Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we are increasing the number of awards in our ACLS Fellowship program to 81 this year - the most ever offered! Open to scholars in all fields of the humanities. Apply online by Sept 26
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NEH Aug 28
MLK delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963. Browse the NEH-supported Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Mitra Sharafi Aug 27
Congratulations to , Uponita Mukherjee, and everyone else awarded a research grant by the : Some fascinating-sounding projects here!
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NEH Div. of Research Aug 27
If you are planning to apply for an NEH Summer Stipend and have not verified your registration yet, this week would be an excellent time to do so.
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NEH Div. of Research Aug 27
Replying to @NEH_Research
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NEH Div. of Research Aug 27
Replying to @AnneBoydRioux @WWNO
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NEH Aug 27
If you haven’t decided whether or not you’re going to the National Book Festival on Saturday, Sept. 1, here are ten things about the festival that should help you make up your mind.
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NEH Div. of Research Aug 23
Congratulations to the new awardees!
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