ICYMI & NEH in the News (February 17th- through 21st)

In Case You Missed It

We published additional information about Awards for Faculty at Tribal Colleges and Universities.

Researchers interested in learning more about the Fellowships for Advanced Social Science Research on Japan can learn more in this post.

On NEH.gov: New Exhibition, Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 and the March on Washington, 1963 Begins Tour across United States. Find out where the exhibition will tour here.

NEH In the News

The NEH awarded a Preservation Assistance Grant to The Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center.

The Chicago Tribune featured an article asking “Is it time for a second look at LBJ?” Author Bill Press highlights President Lyndon B. Johnson’s major initiatives during his presidency, including the creation of the NEH.

Carleton College (MN) hosted the “The Telling Project,” in which veterans are given a platform to tell their stories.

Georgetown University professor Mark Sicoli received an NEH grant to work on the preservation of the Lachixio language, spoken only in Oaxaca, Mexico.

The Bernards Township Library will host the film “Islamic Art Spots”  as a part of the Bridging Cultures: Muslim Journeys grant program.

A Tennessee State University professor will lead a ‘Created Equal’ talk Saturday, February 22nd at Clement Railroad Hotel Museum.