NEH Announces $24.7 Million for 208 Humanities Projects Nationwide – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 1/12/22

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The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) today announced $24.7 million in grants for 208 humanities projects across the country. Among these are grants to support Oakwood University’s creation of a living history museum, based on the life of Dred Scott, and the digitization of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century North American climate and weather data, including daily meteorological observation records kept by Thomas Jefferson from 1776 to 1826…”


Publishers Weekly’s Andrew Albanese shares the publication’s top 10 library stories from 2021, showing what “captivated the publishing world” and what the stories “portend for 2022.” They include “An ‘Organized’ Effort to Ban Books in Schools and Libraries,” “A Potential Watershed Moment for Library Funding,” “DPLA Signs Amazon, Forms Palace Project with LYRASIS,” and “Elsevier Strikes Historic Open Access Deal with the University of California…”


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