2019 Annual Meeting, Nov 23-26

The 2019 Annual Meeting will be in San Diego, CA, November 23-26. Register Now!

2019 Regional Meetings

Open Calls for Papers:

Deadline: October 1, 2019

AAR Members Among NEH Grant Winners


Congratulations to the following AAR members who recently won grants from the NEH!

Julie Byrne | Hofstra University
NEH Program: Public Scholar Program
Project Title: American Catholicism and the Cantor Fitzgerald Employees Who Lost Their Lives on 9/11
Project Description: Writing an account of five men killed in the attack on the World Trade Center, focused on their shared cultural and religious background.
Edward Curtis IV | Trustees of Indiana University
NEH Program: Seminars for School Teachers
Project Title: Muslim American History and Life
Project Description: A three-week seminar for 16 school teachers on Muslim-American history and contemporary life.
Henry Goldschmidt | Interfaith Center of New York
NEH Program: Institutes for School Teachers
Project Title: Religious Worlds of New York: Teaching the Everyday Life of American Religious Diversity
Project Description: A three-week institute for 25 school teachers on religious diversity in New York City.
Shari Rabin | College of Charleston
NEH Program: Institutes for College and University Teachers
Project Title: Jewish History in the American South
Project Description: A two-week institute for 25 college and university faculty exploring the history of Jews in the American South, to be held at the College of Charleston.
Caroline Schroeder (University of the Pacific), co-project director with Amir Zeldes | Georgetown University
NEH Program: Digital Humanities Advancement Grants
Project Title: A Linked Digital Environment for Coptic Studies
Project Description: The creation and expansion of a suite of language processing tools to better analyze documents written in Coptic—the language of first millennium Egypt—and other ancient Near Eastern languages.

View the full list of recent grants awarded by the NEH.