ICYMI & NEH in the News (March 3rd- through 7th)

In Case You Missed It

Want to know more about Challenge Grants? Take a look at this recent blog post to learn more.

You can learn even more about Challenge Grants through Hiram College in Ohio. The College recently received a Challenge Grant from the NEH.

NEH In the News

The Walters Art Museum’s World Digital Library Grows to 10,000 Items with help from NEH funding to digitize their collections.

NEH-funded project highlights Raleigh-Durham’s activist media history.

Matteson Public Library to host “Muslim Journeys: Pathways of Faith” reading and discussion series.

Hartwick College will host Barbara J. Fields next Friday, March 14th as a part of their ongoing lecture series titled, “Henceforth and Forever Free: Reflections on the Sesquicentennial of Emancipation in the United States.”

President Lincoln’s inaugural ball will be relived through an NEH-funded exhibit in Hays, Kansas.

Southern historian will discuss perspectives on slavery through NEH-funded grant.

The Pickford Library in Minnesota will screen ‘Prince among Slaves’ tomorrow, at 6:30pm as part of NEH’s Bridging Cultures: Muslim Journeys Bookshelf.

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