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NEH Announces $18.6 Million for 199 Humanities Projects Nationwide

On April 9, 2018, The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) announced grant recipients for 199 humanities projects across the country. Among the recipients are two AAR members, Emily Clark of Gonzaga University and Benjamin White of Clemson University.

Clark will be working on a project titled “Jesuit Missions and Native Communities in the Northwest, 1840–1940.” This grant will fund the “research and writing of a chapter in a history of Jesuit missions to Native Americans in the American Northwest and Alaska from 1840 to 1940.” 

Benjamin White was awarded a grant to work on “The Authorship of the Pauline Epistles: The Promise and Limitations of Computational Methods,” which includes “research and preparation of two scholarly articles on the forensic stylometry and authorship of the Epistles of Saint Paul.” We congratulate these members on their important work in the humanities!

Learn more about the 199 humanities projects that were awarded funding this year by reading the full article from the NEH.