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National Endowment for the Humanities


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The purpose of the Film Forum is to examine how films can shape an audience's understanding of history," said Karen Mittelman, director of the NEH Division of Public Programs.
There are several other heuristic methods in the field, constructed on the basis of the NEH algorithm, with some particular differences that come mainly from the starting sequences (Framinan et al, 2003).
The NEH hopes that Picturing America will bring the country's history to life for kids through great art.
Mellon Foundation approached him about the need for NEH to resume collection of statistics on the humanities, and Hackney agreed.
New Criterion readers will wryly note the typically heavy hands of MLA and NEH.
Anchorage Marriott: Conference rate $115 by April 6, 2004, 1-888-236-2427, code NEH
Fulco is NEH Chair in Ancient Mediterranean Studies in the Department of Classics and Archaeology at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
The $180,000 NEH grant to the university's department of disability and human development will allow 25 secondary school teachers from across the country to spend five weeks at UIC critiquing the social, historical and cultural attitudes that have traditionally identified people with disabilities as devalued members of society.
The result, when Bill Clinton nominated Hackney to run the NEH, was "not only .
This new breed of reference book would "raise awareness of the importance of geographical roots and foster pride of place," says William Ferris, former chairman of NEH.
Passage of NEA and NEH legislation in 1965 signaled new recognition and acknowledgment of our choreographers, composers, playwrights, painters, sculptors, and writers; Eisenhower's Emergency Fund had sown the seeds for a harvest.