We would like to congratulate the each of the 46 AASLH members who were awarded an NEH grant earlier this week.


The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) today announced $21.8 million in grants for 295 humanities projects, including new grants to digitize historical materials held by individuals, give a second life to important out-of-print humanities books, and support public programs on pressing contemporary challenges. These new NEH grants support vital research, education, and public programs in the humanities…
This round of funding also marks the first grant awards made under three new NEH grant programs: Common Heritage, Humanities in the Public Square, and Humanities Open Book. These three programs were created under the NEH initiative The Common Good: The Humanities in the Public Square, which seeks to bring humanities into the public square and foster innovative ways to make scholarship relevant to contemporary life.


Read more about the NEH grants.


Historic Mobile Preservation Society
Brooklyn Historical Society
Burlington County Historical Society
Central Methodist University
Central MI University
Chippewa Valley Museum
CO State University – Zachary Hutchins
Cornell University
CSU Dominguez Hills
Eastern KY University
Edisto Island Historic Preservation Society
Edmond Historical Society
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art
Fort Smith Museum of History
Gallaudet University
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
Henry Morrison Flagler Museum
Historic Deerfield
Historic Hudson Valley
History San Jose
Hockaday Museum of Art
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Long Island Museum of American Art
Midwest Art Conservation Center
MO Humanities Council
Montclair Historical Society
National Constitution Center
North Slope Borough
Northeast Document Conservation Center
Ohio Historical Society
Oyster Bay Historical Society
Rosenbach Museum and Library
Smith’s Castle
Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum
Trustees of Reservations
Tulane University
Tulane University
University of Central FL
University of DE – Belinda Orzada
University of DE – Debra Norris
University of IA
University of IA-Ellen Lewin
University of ID
University of NV Reno
VA Historical Society
Western Carolina University