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FT-230086-15Research Programs: Summer StipendsTony Dimitrios BarnstoneArt and Science in the Shadow of WWII7/1/2015 - 8/31/2015$6,000.00TonyDimitriosBarnstone   Whittier CollegeWhittierCA90601-4446USA2015History of ScienceSummer StipendsResearch Programs6000060000

Summer research and writing on American Literature and Studies, and History of Science.

In my application for the N.E.H. Summer Stipend, I propose to spend two months reworking the third large section of my large research project, The Religion of Science and the Religion of Art: William Carlos Williams and the Machine Age Modernists. I have completed a draft of the section, and plan to use the time tightening the argument, reading and incorporating a number of new books and articles, and creating three end products: a completed draft of the section for book publication, and an excerpting of parts of the section into two articles ("Machines Made Out of Words" and "The Apocalypse Machine.") In several ways, this research project is in line with the funding priorities of the N.E.H. (funding for faculty at HSIs; Bridging Cultures; and Standing Together: The Experience of War).