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AV-248453-16Education Programs: Dialogues on the Experience of WarMinnesota Humanities CenterEchoes of War5/1/2016 - 4/30/2017$100,000.00SusannahRuthOttawayTrista MatascastilloMinnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2016Literature, OtherDialogues on the Experience of WarEducation Programs10000001000000

A public discussion program offered by the Minnesota Humanities Center for veterans to explore the lived and recorded experiences of war through literature and war memorials.

Echoes of War, a project of the Minnesota Humanities Center, will explore how war is remembered and memorialized in contrast to and relationship with the lived experiences of Veterans. This project will use Standing Down: From Warrior to Civilian, an anthology by Great Books Foundation, as its core resource and it will involve the study of war memorials at the Minnesota State Capitol. Echoes of War will be co-lead by Dr. Susannah Ottaway, a professor of history at Carleton College, and Trista Matascastillo, Humanities Center program officer and 16-year Veteran. Ten NEH Discussion Leaders will participate in an immersive 5-day residential preparatory program that will prepare them to lead subsequent public discussions. The preparatory program will involves intensive grounding in the literature of war, training in discussion facilitation, and an examination of war memorials. A three-part public discussion series will be held at the Minnesota Humanities Center, St. Paul, and at Carleton

AV-255542-17Education Programs: Dialogues on the Experience of WarMinnesota Humanities CenterEchoes of War5/1/2017 - 6/30/2018$100,000.00Casey DeMarais   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2017Literature, OtherDialogues on the Experience of WarEducation Programs10000001000000

Veteran-led public discussion programs in three Minnesota communities, with a focus on war, place, and memory through World War I, and the Vietnam, and Iraq wars.

Echoes of War, a project of the Minnesota Humanities Center, will explore the multiplicity of Veterans’ experiences by examining the roots of war in a place and its past and the echoes of war in a people and their memories. The wars in Vietnam and Iraq will be studied in the context of colonial conflicts and World War I using literature, memoir, and personal histories. The project includes presentations by and discussions with visiting scholars including renowned poet Brian Turner, Pulitzer Prize winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen, and noted historian Ron Milam. 10 NEH Discussion Leaders will participate in an intensive residential preparatory program that is grounded in the literature of war and training in discussion facilitation. A series of public discussions will be conducted in St. Paul, Northfield, and Winona, Minnesota.

AV-291091-23Education Programs: Dialogues on the Experience of WarMinnesota Humanities CenterExamining Military Service from the Margins6/1/2023 - 5/31/2025$100,000.00Karen SieberMiki HuntingtonMinnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2023Military HistoryDialogues on the Experience of WarEducation Programs1000000982780

A two-year series of preparatory and discussion programs exploring the histories of marginalized military service members for veterans and others in three communities in Minnesota and at sites in Maine and Mississippi 

The Complicated Service discussion series will bring together Veterans and community members to examine the experiences of service members who identified themselves as female, Black, Native American, LGBTQ, or an immigrant, and the dynamics, reasoning, and strength behind serving a country that does not always serve you in return.

BC-50192-04Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMinnesota Humanities CenterWe the People: American Mosaic7/1/2004 - 10/31/2005$66,010.00Jane Cunningham   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2004Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership56010100005601010000

A special grant program to support projects in communities in Minnesota that explore significant themes and events in American history and culture.

In the initiative "We the People: American Mosaic," MHC will issue a RFP that will invite Minnesota organizations to develop projects that explore significant events and themes in American history and culture. The size of grants will be $1000 and $2000, ensuring that the MHC initiative involves a large number of participating organziations and reaches a large number of people. MHC anticpates making thirty-one grants of $1000 and fifteen grants of $2000, for a total of forty-six grants.

BC-50247-05Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMinnesota Humanities CenterWE THE PEOPLE: TRADITION AND CHANGE7/1/2005 - 10/31/2006$74,500.00Jane Cunningham   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2005U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership59500150005950015000

To support a regrant initiative "We the People: Tradition and Change" that will address Minnesota topics in the light of national history, and two teacher seminars that will explore the Dakota Conflict of 1862 and the signing of the Mille Lacs Ojibwe Treaty.

For its 2005 WE THE PEOPLE PROJECT, MHC will develop two initiatives: 1) a RFP regrant initiative that explores significant themes in American history and culture; and 2) two teacher seminars for educators analyzing the history of American Indian-European encounters in Minnesota in light of new regional and national scholarship. Regrants of $1000-2000 will be made, with special outreach to minority organizations and community colleges. Up to eighty educators will attend the seminars, with significant on-line content materials available.

BC-50325-06Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMinnesota Humanities CenterWe the People 2006-07: Tradition & Change9/1/2006 - 12/31/2007$103,840.00Matthew Brandt   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2006U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership88840150008884015000

focused grant programs and a teacher professional development seminar that will support and give thematic unity to four MHC program areas: grants, Learning in Retirement Network, Museum on Main Street, and Teacher Institute

For its 2006 We the People project, MHC will launch two initiatives— focused regrant programs and an intensive teacher professional development seminar—that will support and give thematic unity to four MHC program areas: MHC grant program, Learning in Retirement Network, Museum on Main Street Program, and Teacher Institute.

BC-50371-07Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMinnesota Humanities CenterRemembering, Preserving, and Preparing: Minnesota’s Indigenous Communities at 150 Years of Statehood11/1/2007 - 10/31/2008$103,840.00Matthew Brandt   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2007U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership93840100009384010000

Conferences will consider the impact of statehood on the Dakota and Ojibwe peoples and the contributions of native people to Minnesota and American history, targeted grants will help develop reference and curriculum guides for native language courses, and a content-rich website will collect Dakota and Ojibwe materials and resources.

In 2008, the Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC) will examine the significance of Minnesota’s Sesquicentennial by considering how Minnesota and American history was and is influenced by interactions between peoples. MHC's project will highlight the historic and cultural contributions of the Dakota and Ojibwe to Minnesota and American history. It includes a wide variety of programming formats to reach a broad audience: public programming; resource development; and a theme-based re-grant program.

BC-50415-08Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMinnesota Humanities CenterThe Identify of a Place:Minnesota: Many Voices, One State7/1/2008 - 10/31/2009$119,740.00Matthew Brandt   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2008U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1022401750010224017500

To support programming related to Minnesota's sesquicentennial in 2008 with particular emphasis on the original residents, the Dakota and Ojibwe, and the newest residents, Hmong, Somali and Latino peoples. Programs include a website, public events and podcasts, workshops and grants. Programming related to Picturing America will also be supported.

The Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC) proposes programming to highlight the cultural contributions of traditionally under represented peoples in traditionally treatements of state history. Through a series of programs: a website, public events & podcasts, workshops, and a re-grant program, MHC will highlight the cultural contributions of the state’s first peoples, the Dakota and Ojibwe, and the newest Minnesotans, Hmong, Somali, and Latino immigrants and refugees.

BC-50462-09Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMinnesota Humanities CenterAbsent Narratives and Necessary Conversations7/1/2009 - 10/31/2010$119,740.00Matthew Brandt   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2009Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1097401000010974010000

The development of programs that explore Minnesota's ethnic heritages and what it means to be an American, including community conversations, a web site, podcasts, a public conference and a grant program.

In times of crisis, we must consider what is most fundamental about our culture and work to preserve that which we hold dear. One risk of the economic crisis of 2009 is that Minnesotans and Americans will lose sight of the ideas and experiences that bind them. Such a time is upon us -- a time to examine and expand the meaning of what it is to be an American and a Minnesotan. The Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC) requests funding to support community conversations and additional programming that will highlight its rich ethnic heritage, namely the accomplishments and contributions of the states original residents, the Dakota, Ojibwe, and Ho-Chunk; the state's African American peoples, and the state's newest residents of Hmong, Somali, and Latino peoples. Programs to accomplish this include a web site, public events and podcasts, a public conference, and a re-grant program.

BC-50533-10Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMinnesota Humanities CenterInnovative Communities & Stories of Innovation7/1/2010 - 10/31/2011$119,740.00Matthew Brandt   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2010Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership11974001197400

To support partnerships with the Minnesota Council on Black Minnesotans, the Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans, the American Indian Affairs Council of Minnesota, the Chicago Latino Affairs Council to tell representative stories from these communities. This program will be supported by four interactive multimedia websites and a communications initiatives to publicize them in the community. Outreach programming will include professional development workshops, public discussion groups, and public media communications.

Minnesota is often viewed as the land of German, Swedes, and Norwegians, as a land settled by Lutherans, Catholics, and a few Baptists. This identity is reinforced by homogeneous stereotypes present in media such as A Prairie Home Companion and in films such as Leatherheads and the Cohen Brother's epic, Fargo. These treatments fail to depict the real Minnesota. The Minnesota Humanities Center proposes partnering with the Minnesota Council on Black Minnesotans, the Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans, the American Indian Affairs Council of Minnesota, and the Council on Chicano/Latino affairs starting in 2010 to tell representative stories -- Stories of Innovation -- from these oft marginalized Minnesota communities. Programs to share these stories include web sites for each of our four council partners, public programming to highlight and convey these stories, and a public outreach campaign to address the complex question of Minnesota identity.

BH-50217-07Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and Culture for K-12 EducatorsMinnesota Humanities CenterBuilding America: Minnesota's Iron Range, U.S. Industrialization, and the Creation of a World Power10/1/2007 - 9/30/2008$149,336.00Matthew Brandt   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2007U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and Culture for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs14933601407600

Two one-week workshops for 100 school teachers to explore the role of Minnesota's Iron Range in American history.

During the summer of 2008, the Minnesota Humanities Commission will offer two one-week residence-based workshops for K-12 educators that use a unique region of Minnesota to address central themes and issues in American history. As many as 100 teachers who attend these National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture: Workshops for School Teachers will increase knowledge and appreciation of a region significant to American history and culture - Minnesota's Iron Range. These in-depth workshops will provide teachers with training and experience in the use and interpretation of this historic region in Minnesota and the material resources and archival evidence unique to this siginificant place in American history and culture.

BH-50336-09Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and Culture for K-12 EducatorsMinnesota Humanities CenterBuilding America: Minnesota's Iron Range, U.S. Industrialization, and the Creation of a World Power10/1/2009 - 12/31/2010$160,000.00Casey DeMarais   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2009U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and Culture for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs16000001600000

Two one-week workshops for eighty school teachers to explore the role of Minnesota's Iron Range in American history.

Minnesota's Iron Range supplied late 19th and 20th century America with the iron needed to fuel industrialization, economic expansion, and military might. During the summer of 2010, the Minnesota Humanities Center will offer two week-long, residence-based workshops that use this unique region of Minnesota to address themes and issues central to American history. A National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture: Workshops for School Teachers program, these workshops will help K-12 educators increase their knowledge and appreciation of Minnesota's Iron Range, a region significant to American history and culture, but often overlooked. The workshops will provide teachers with training and experience in the use and interpretation of this historic landmark region, and make available the material resources and archival evidence unique to this significant place in American history and culture.

CH-20276-96Challenge Programs: Challenge GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterMinnesota Humanities Commission Humanities Education Center12/1/1994 - 7/31/1999$250,000.00JeanetteP.Keyser   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1996Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralChallenge GrantsChallenge Programs02500000250000

To support the renovation of an historic building to create a facility for K-12teacher development programs in the humanities and for humanities seminars for corporations and other organizations.

CHA-268816-21Challenge Programs: Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterA Place of Learning: Repairing Minnesota’s Humanities Center, Strengthening Humanities Impact Statewide6/1/2020 - 5/31/2023$350,000.00Carol Aegerter   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2019Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralInfrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge GrantsChallenge Programs03500000350000

Renovation of the headquarters building for the Minnesota Humanities Center, focusing on replacement of the HVAC system.

The Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC) serves as a critical hub for public humanities scholarship, engagement, and resources throughout the state. MHC produces impactful programs and grantmaking in diverse and geographically dispersed communities, touching 36,100 people in 34 municipalities statewide in 2017-18 alone. Since moving to its current home in a historic building on St. Paul’s East Side, MHC has provided a unique venue for critical thought, deep connection, and continuous learning for program participants and external clients. This building (and the land it is on) is the foundation to MHC’s success, both programmatically and fiscally. However, it is in urgent need of repairs and updates to stop ongoing damage from water intrusion and to replace an outdated, inefficient HVAC system. An estimated $3.53 million is needed for renovations. Nearly $2.2 million has been secured, and a $350,000 NEH challenge grant will support replacement of the building’s outdated HVAC system.

FA-11894-77Research Programs: Fellowships for University TeachersClarke A. ChambersCritical Essays in Welfare History9/1/1977 - 9/30/1978$16,237.00ClarkeA.Chambers   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1977U.S. HistoryFellowships for University TeachersResearch Programs162370162370

No project description available

PA-23846-01Preservation and Access: Preservation/Access ProjectsMinnesota Humanities CenterAn Online Encyclopedia for the State of Minnesota: Planning7/1/2001 - 6/30/2002$49,990.00Kareen Ecklund   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2001U.S. Regional StudiesPreservation/Access ProjectsPreservation and Access499900499900

Planning for an online encyclopedia for the state.

RS-10009-74Research Programs: State and Local and Regional StudiesMinnesota Humanities CenterHistory of the Quetico-Superior Country7/1/1974 - 10/31/1975$28,650.00RussellW.Fridley   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1974U.S. HistoryState and Local and Regional StudiesResearch Programs286500286500

To research and write a comprehensive history of the protracted conservation battle over the vast Minnesota-Ontario border region, better known as the Quetico-Superior country.

RT-10234-75Preservation and Access: Reference Materials - ToolsMinnesota Humanities CenterWomen's History Sources Survey2/1/1975 - 8/31/1977$277,761.00Clarke Chambers   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1974Women's HistoryReference Materials - ToolsPreservation and Access27776102777610

To provide supplemental funds to cover increased staffing and administrative costs and the employment of consultants on computer use and index design to the Women’s History Sources Survey Project.

SO-*0078-78Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterConflicts Between Private Rights and Public Needs1/1/1978 - 6/30/1980$547,212.90DuaneC.Scribner   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1977Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership510657.936555510657.936555

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-*0638-78Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterAdministrative Grant10/1/1977 - 1/31/1981$30,500.00Cheryl Dickson   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1977Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership305000305000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-*0920-79Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program7/1/1979 - 6/30/1982$852,656.00DuaneC.Scribner   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1979Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership77800074656755542.7774606

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-*1711-81Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program7/1/1981 - 10/31/1985$1,487,579.00MarjorieW.Bingham   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1981Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership1232079255500340000150000

To support local, statewide, and regional humanities projects for the general public.

SO-007878-79Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterThe Humanities and Public Policy in Minnesota: Conflicts Between Private Rights1/1/1978 - 6/30/1980$15,315.00Clarke Chambers   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1979Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership153150153150

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-092079-79Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterMinnesota State Program in the Humanities7/1/1979 - 6/30/1981$379,000.00Cheryl Dickson   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1979Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership37900003790000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-10099-71Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program8/1/1971 - 8/31/1972$100,000.00RussellW.Fridley   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1971Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership10000001000000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

To strengthen the humanities in Minnesota by encouraging public education activities on the theme of the "the Changing Life Styles" characterstic of the state; to involve a broad public audience through various media and to secure local program sponsorship and financial support.

SO-10177-72Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterRegionalism, Regional Government, and the Individual9/1/1972 - 12/31/1973$150,000.00RussellW.Fridley   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1972Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership15000001500000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

the Minnesota Humanities Commission has focused its second-year program on the theme: "Regionalsim, Regional Government, and the Individual" to bring the humanities to bear on the implications of regional government for the citizenry as the State Government attempts to implement the regional government concep. Most of the Commission's funds will be regranted, with a small allotment for a statewide opening conference.

SO-10947-76Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterThe Humanities and Public Policy in Minnesota: Conflicts Between Private Rights7/1/1976 - 6/30/1978$550,077.00RussellW.Fridley   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1976Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership5379451213253794512132

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-11151-78Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState-Based Grant10/1/1977 - 9/30/1979$30,500.00RussellW.Fridley   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1978Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership305000305000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20403-84Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/1983 - 10/31/1987$980,600.00Paul Gruchow   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1983Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership779600201000779600201000

To support local, statewide, and regional humanities projects for the general public.

SO-20646-86Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/1985 - 9/30/1989$930,150.00Paul Gruchow   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1985Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership724050206100724050206100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20696-86Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterA House of Our Own: An American Family Dream7/1/1986 - 6/30/1989$66,972.00Paul Gruchow   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1986Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership669720669720

To support, in cooperation with several state agencies, traveling exhibitions and related programs on the evolution of American domestic architecture since the mid-19th century. The purpose of the project is to entice audiences to consider how our material culture can reflect societal change.

SO-20811-88Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/1987 - 10/30/1990$454,194.00Paul Gruchow   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1987Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership351094103100351094103100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20922-89Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/1988 - 10/31/1991$515,100.00Paul Gruchow   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1988Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership397000118100397000118100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20969-90Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/1989 - 10/31/1992$548,944.00BurtonM.Nygren   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1989Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership430844118100430844118100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21080-91Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/1990 - 10/31/1993$540,100.00Margaret Hennen   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1990Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership422000118100422000118100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21130-92Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/1991 - 10/31/1996$1,671,471.00Michael Connaughton   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1991Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership13525713189001352571318900

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21262-93Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterHumanities Seminars for K-12 Teachers - 19933/1/1993 - 4/30/1994$62,000.00Margaret Hennen   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1993Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership620000620000

To support three week-long, residential seminars for 75 teachers from all grade levels and subject areas on broad, interdisciplinary topics in the humanities.

SO-21365-95Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Progran11/1/1994 - 10/31/1999$1,659,685.00AndrewW.Boss   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1996Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership14470852126001447085168100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21553-98Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/1997 - 10/31/2002$1,599,848.00Kareen Ecklund   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA1997Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership152934870500152934870500

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21721-01Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/2000 - 10/31/2005$1,826,284.00Humphrey Doermann   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2000Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership175588470400166674270300

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-233941-16Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/2015 - 10/31/2020$3,040,960.00Les Heen   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2015Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership302106019900241978019900

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

State Humanities Program

SO-263525-19Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/2018 - 10/31/2023$3,281,067.00JoshuaD.Ney   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2018Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership325006731000325006731000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

A grant request to provide general operating support to the Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC), Minnesota's state humanities council, as defined by the National Endowment for the Humanities' founding legislation. This grant will support MHC's programs and operations as it fulfills its mission to build a thoughtful, literate, and engaged society.

SO-284832-22Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/2021 - 10/31/2026$3,354,194.00JoshuaD.Ney   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2021Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership329306061134329306037448

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

A grant request to provide general operating support to the Minnesota Humanities Center (MHC), Minnesota's state humanities council, as defined by the National Endowment for the Humanities' founding legislation. This grant will support MHC's programs and operation as it fulfills its mission to increase understanding and spark change by bringing people together and connecting our past, present, and future.

SO-50029-04Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/2003 - 10/31/2008$1,759,626.00Jo-Anne Stately   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2003Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership168432675300167732675300

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50200-07Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/2006 - 10/31/2011$1,815,860.00SusanC.Kelly   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2006Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership174136074500173436074500

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50369-10Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/2009 - 10/31/2014$2,261,230.00Lisa Belak   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2009Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership219183069400218783069400

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50542-13Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterState Humanities Program11/1/2012 - 10/31/2017$2,397,650.00Bryan Ljung   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2012Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership236865029000217905029000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SSO-296651-23Federal/State Partnership: Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterUnited We Stand supplement9/1/2023 - 10/31/2024$50,000.00JoshuaD.Ney   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2023 Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership500000500000

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SSO-296673-23Federal/State Partnership: Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMinnesota Humanities CenterNational History Day supplement9/1/2023 - 3/31/2025$20,000.00JoshuaD.Ney   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2023 Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership200000200000

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ZSO-283143-21Federal/State Partnership: ARP (State councils)Minnesota Humanities CenterHumanities Councils American Rescue Plan funding6/15/2021 - 4/30/2023$944,736.00JoshuaD.Ney   Minnesota Humanities CenterSt. PaulMN55106-2046USA2021 ARP (State councils)Federal/State Partnership94473609447360

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