- File Formats
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Today the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) unveiled a new Funded Projects Query Form that allows visitors to search online for information on all projects funded by NEH since 1980. The form is accessible from the NEH homepage or directly at https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx. The database will be updated quarterly after new awards are made. The form has been made available as a part of NEH’s transparency efforts.
Visitors can explore the database using a variety of search terms including project director name, key words, organization, state, and award date range. Searches can also be narrowed by grant program, division, and several other fields. Search results provide project title, recipient, and award amount information. A document with answers to frequently asked questions can be found at www.neh.gov/grants/FundedProjectsFaqs.html.
Source: National Endowment for the Humanities
Sunday, September 13, 2009
- Introduction: Manifesto 2.0 - Presner and Schnapp
- Brian Stefans with Mark McGurl as Respondent: "Poetry in the Age of New Media"
- Maite Zubiarre: "Connecting the Dots: Spanish Cyberfeminism, Digital Art, and Domestic Violence."
- Xarene Eskandar: "Digital Humanities Pedagogy and Practice: A Case Study in Media-Space Narrative."
- "Digital Cultural Mapping" featuring lightning talks by: Phil Ethington, Jan Reiff, Chris Johanson, Willeke Wendrich, Elaine Sullivan, and Barbara Hui
- “Mobile Media” featuring lightning talks by: Scott Ruston, David Shepard, Eric Chuk, Antero Garcia, Jennifer Porst, and Christie Nittrouer
- N. Katherine Hayles, keynote: “How we Think: The Transforming Power of Digital Humanities”