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Harry Ransom Center Receives Government Grant to Digitize Archives of PEN International & English PEN March 31, 2017: Publishers Weekly reports that the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin has received a $195,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support a two-year [...] by

Saving the NEA, One Letter & Vigil at a Time March 10, 2017: The Chancellors of the Academy of the American Poets have published a letter expressing their support of federal funding for the arts and humanities, particularly for the NEA and the NEH (National [...] by

NEH Awards $1.7 Million in Public Scholar Grants July 31, 2015: Jacket Copy brings word that the National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded $1.7 million to 36 authors working on scholarly nonfiction books–outside of the academy. The gesture is an [...] by

Cowboy Poetry attacked with… poetry? March 9, 2011: Political theater now plays out on more venues than just the floor of the Capitol, but verse still thrives on all of them. Harry Reid has been catching some flack for citing Nevada’s annual [...] by

Kenneth Rexroth has a posse February 9, 2011: SNAC: The Social Network and Archival Context Project has launched a prototype of what it described as “Facebook for dead people” at the Code4Lib Conference on Tuesday. Using existing [...] by