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Updated digital collection
Grant details: AA-277708-21
Title: Updated digital collection
Author: n/a
Abstract: updated digital database of the art and artifact collection
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://cdm16235.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p16235coll21/search/
Primary URL Description: link to digital library database


Digital Howard, Channing Pollock - Africana Theatre and Dance Collection
Grant details: AB-258961-18
Title: Digital Howard, Channing Pollock - Africana Theatre and Dance Collection
Author: Ofosuwa Abiola
Abstract: Digital Howard is a digital archival database. Channing Pollock Theatre Collection is the founding theatre archive in Digital Howard. The Africana Theatre and Dance Collection is a curated collection of primary sources collected under the Channing Pollock Collection.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://dh.howard.edu/pollock_africana/
Primary URL Description: The primary URL directs visitors to the Digital Howard platform, and then to the Africana Theatre and Dance Collection under the Channing Pollock Collection.
Access Model: Digital Howard is an open access database.


The Nankama Africana Dance Conference
Grant details: AB-258961-18
Title: The Nankama Africana Dance Conference
Author: Ofosuwa Abiola
Abstract: The Nankama Africana Dance Conference is a two-day conference that focuses on research on dance and performance of African and the Diaspora.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dkh5lK6Nuc8&t=2s
Primary URL Description: YouTube URL.
Access Model: YouTube, open access


NEH Grant Project Samples on Professor Abiola's Website
Grant details: AB-258961-18
Title: NEH Grant Project Samples on Professor Abiola's Website
Author: Ofosuwa Abiola
Abstract: Samples from the Africana Theatre and Dance Collection
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.oabiola.org/project-samples
Access Model: Open access


Literary Legacies of Macon County and Tuskegee Institute Zora Neale Hurston, Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray
Grant details: AB-264042-19
Title: Literary Legacies of Macon County and Tuskegee Institute Zora Neale Hurston, Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray
Author: Adaku Ankumah, Rhonda Collier, Zanice Bond, and Ann Gebhard
Abstract: One of the major components of the project is to create a digital humanities website on Hurston, Ellison, and Murray to be housed on the Tuskegee University Archives Repository Website (www.tuskegee.edu/ArchivesRepository). The site includes research completed during the grant period and selected materials from the following valuable library collections: Zora Neale Hurston Collection, Albert Murray Papers, which Tuskegee University recently acquired, and the Ralph Ellison Collection. We anticipate researchers, educators, and students nationally and globally, would be able to use the site for the resources available to them. A digitized unpublished essay by Ellison, for example, gives rare access to his early compositions. Other items include important, never-before-published photographs and documents, as well as teaching and research resources, some from our K-12 Workshop, are a permanent addition to this website.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://Literary Legacies of Macon County and Tuskegee Institute Zora Neale Hurston, Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray
Access Model: This site is an open access site


Health Humanities Project Repository
Grant details: AC-258909-18
Title: Health Humanities Project Repository
Author: Sufian, Sandra
Abstract: Digital humanities platform through UIC library for housing repository.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://indigo.uic.edu/search?q=Health+Humanities+Portrait
Primary URL Description: Until website goes live, one can access the portraits here.
Access Model: subscription but once "published" then accessible.


Digitized archived articles
Grant details: AC-258929-18
Title: Digitized archived articles
Author: Brozyna, Martha
Abstract: Digitized archived articles
Year: 2021
Access Model: open access


Chamisa: A Journal of Literary, Performance and Visual Arts
Grant details: AC-264148-19
Title: Chamisa: A Journal of Literary, Performance and Visual Arts
Author: Leila Flores-Dueñas, Ray Hernandez-Duran, Irene Vasquez
Abstract: Chamisa: A Journal of Literary, Performance, and Visual Arts of the Greater Southwest is sponsored by the Southwest Hispanic Research Institute* (SHRI) at the University of New Mexico. The arts of the southwest region are abundant, diverse, and often blur the boundaries between categories normally accepted as defining the structural hierarchies of the art world. As these forms change, they enrich and redefine the cultural landscape. The journal seeks to capture the dynamic ways that the creative arts in this region have developed and continue to advance over time and in relation to the diverse composition of its communities.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/chamisa/
Access Model: Open access


Website for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
Grant details: AC-50089-11
Title: Website for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
Author: Nayereh Tohidi & Sheena Malhotra
Abstract: This is the primary website constructed under the NEH grant support to serve as the Internet homepage for the new minor in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Program at CSUN (California State University, Northridge). This website would serve as the main Internet source of information about the program, its courses, minor requirements, faculty, events and resources.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.csun.edu/meis
Primary URL Description: This is the primary website constructed thanks to the NEH grant support to serve as the Internet homepage for the new minor in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Program at CSUN (California State University, Northridge). This website would serve as the main Internet source of information about the program, its courses, minor requirements, faculty, events and resources.
Access Model: Open access


Salish Sea Curriculum Repository
Grant details: AE-269104-20
Title: Salish Sea Curriculum Repository
Author: Anna Booker, Natalie Baloy, Neah Monteiro, Rowena McKernan
Abstract: The Salish Sea Curriculum Repository is a collection of open educational resources (OER) for use in land- and place-based, experiential, multidisciplinary, and transboundary teaching and learning in the Salish Sea bioregion. Our hope is that these resources can support faculty and students in higher education in learning together to develop relational accountability with/in the Salish Sea. We update this repository periodically, knowing that this is an emerging area of study and changing all the time. We welcome and review submissions of instructional and learning materials to enhance the repository.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://whatcomdigitalcommons.org/s/salishsea/page/welcome
Primary URL Description: Whatcom Digital Commons
Access Model: Open access


Ethics Across the Disciplines: An Embedded Curriculum for General Education. In AAC&U 2020-2021 Forum on Digital Learning & ePortfolios: Graphical Takeaways. Association of American Colleges and Associations.
Grant details: AE-269233-20
Title: Ethics Across the Disciplines: An Embedded Curriculum for General Education. In AAC&U 2020-2021 Forum on Digital Learning & ePortfolios: Graphical Takeaways. Association of American Colleges and Associations.
Author: Roger MadPlume
Author: Austin Grant Bennett
Abstract: Graphical Takeaway of our embedded curricular model
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://aacu.app.box.com/s/9rsnw7s2lci4jx071dx1nhsrbyfxn5ay
Primary URL Description: AAC&U Box slide deck
Access Model: Open Access


Southeast Museum of Photography - Past Perfect Online
Grant details: AH-274193-20
Title: Southeast Museum of Photography - Past Perfect Online
Author: Erin Gordon
Abstract: Online version of the SMP's collections database which provides remote access to a searchable catalogue of the museum's permanent collection.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://smponline.pastperfectonline.com/
Primary URL Description: Online version of the SMP's collections database
Access Model: open access


EPCC Library Research Guide: Carceral Geography in El Paso, Texas
Grant details: AKA-279369-21
Title: EPCC Library Research Guide: Carceral Geography in El Paso, Texas
Author: Honora Spicer, Adam Heywood, Saul Fontes, Rebekah Patnode, Tatiana Rodriguez, and Lorely Ambriz
Abstract: This interdisciplinary research project investigates the history of carceral geography in El Paso, Texas, through archival research and embodied mapping, leading to the creation of audio walking guides accessible to the public. Carceral geography explores architectures and social relationships that are disappeared or displaced within neoliberal systems of incarceration.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://epcc.libguides.com/c.php?g=1229282&p=8994411
Primary URL Description: The EPCC library research guide for the carceral geography project
Access Model: Accessible to EPCC employees, students, and external users with EPCC library credentials


Lesson Plan: Dorothea Lange and Work/Life Balance
Grant details: AKB-260507-18
Title: Lesson Plan: Dorothea Lange and Work/Life Balance
Author: Daniel Levinson Wilk
Abstract: This lesson plan provides three to four prompts to facilitate classroom discussions in case of Dorothea Lange, a woman photographer.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://businesshistory.fitnyc.edu/lesson-plan-dorothea-lange-and-work-life-balance/
Primary URL Description: The landing page of this lesson plan
Secondary URL: https://businesshistory.fitnyc.edu/category/resources/lesson-plans/
Secondary URL Description: More lesson plans will be added in this category.
Access Model: Open Access


Interviews and Oral Histories
Grant details: AKB-260507-18
Title: Interviews and Oral Histories
Author: Karen Trivette
Author: Kyunghee Pyun
Author: Daniel Levinson Wilk
Author: Joseph Anderson
Author: Eileen Karp
Abstract: A selection of interviews with fashion industry professionals is collected in this webpage. Instructors will use these video clips. More will be created during the project period. Some had been created by the Special Collections of Fashion Institute of Technology's Gladys Marcus Library and carefully chosen for this site.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://businesshistory.fitnyc.edu/category/resources/interviews/
Primary URL Description: Landing webpage for this category of Interviews and Oral Histories within a larger website of Businesshistory.fitnyc.edu (created for this NEH-funded project)
Access Model: Open Access


Beaumont E Newspaper Collection
Grant details: BH-272365-20
Title: Beaumont E Newspaper Collection
Author: NA
Abstract: NA
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://scmemory.org/collection/beaumont-e-newspaper-collection/
Primary URL Description: digital collection of Beaumont E Newspapers housed on the South Carolina Digital Library webpage
Access Model: open access


Fabric of the Past: An Oral History Collection Digital Exhibit
Grant details: BH-272365-20
Title: Fabric of the Past: An Oral History Collection Digital Exhibit
Author: Ann Merryman
Abstract: The 14 oral histories presented in this collection were recorded during the summer of 2019 and the fall of 2021 on the campus of the University of South Carolina Upstate, with the partnership and technical support of ETV Upstate and Mr. William Richardson.
Year: 2023
Primary URL: https://uscupstate.libguides.com/fabric-past-oral-history
Access Model: open access


Participant Lesson Plans
Grant details: BH-288140-22
Title: Participant Lesson Plans
Author: Participants
Abstract: Participants created a lesson plan as a deliverable for participation in the workshop.
Year: 2023
Primary URL: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1IIF_qWmBFkljqJyfNjAL8ysb_IW7MgFd?usp=drive_link
Primary URL Description: Google folder link
Access Model: Google folder


The Portal to Texas History
Grant details: CH-233705-16
Title: The Portal to Texas History
Author: Various
Abstract: The Portal to Texas History is a free public portal containing a variety of primary source materials related to the history of Texas and the United States more generally. It is a collaborative effort that includes hundreds of humanities institutions across Texas and it is managed by UNT Libraries. This NEH grant supported a capital campaign to fund their endowment to provide ongoing support for the Portal.
Year: 2004
Primary URL: https://texashistory.unt.edu/
Primary URL Description: This is the link to the Portal to Texas History which contains a variety of primary sources on the history of Texas and the United States.
Access Model: Open Access


The Portal to Texas History Endowment
Grant details: CH-233705-16
Title: The Portal to Texas History Endowment
Author: Various
Abstract: The Portal to Texas History Endowment was created in 2012 in an effort to sustain the work of the Portal to Texas History (created in 2004). This NEH grant was part of a capital campaign to raise $2 million for the Portal's endowment.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: https://library.unt.edu/external-relations/portal-texas-history-endowment/
Primary URL Description: This is a link to the page on UNT Libraries' website about their endowment and how to make gifts.


Zimbabwe Children's Singing Games
Grant details: CH-50421-07
Title: Zimbabwe Children's Singing Games
Author: Natalie J. Kreutzer
Abstract: DVD 20 singing games and dances in the Shona langauge for children from 3-10 years, with instructions for adult interpretation
Year: 2003


ARIT Istanbul Library American Board Pamphlet Collection
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: ARIT Istanbul Library American Board Pamphlet Collection
Author: ARIT Istanbul Library
Abstract: The American Board pamphlet collection contains roughly 1000 brochures, booklets, leaflets, flyers, and off-prints that date from the mid-1800s to the present, with close to one-third from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Approximately 85% of the materials focus on the operations, institutions, or affiliate organizations of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM) that were located in Turkey and the Balkans.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.dlir.org/abpc-home.html?layout=default
Primary URL Description: Provides links to full-text access to 176 items from the collection. Scanning and cataloging of the materials is on-going and will be posted as the work is completed.


ARIT Istanbul Library American Board Periodical Collection
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: ARIT Istanbul Library American Board Periodical Collection
Author: ARIT Istanbul Library
Abstract: Initial presentation of full text digital presentation of rare journals acquired with the American Board of Missions Library, including illustrated periodicals of the 19th century aimed at children and adults that were produced in both Greco-Turkish and Armeno-Turkish.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://dlir.org/arit-periodical-collection.html
Primary URL Description: Describes the journal collection and provides links to currently available volumes as well as plans for scanning and publication of ARIT holdings not presently available.


American Board Personnel Card and Photo Collection
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: American Board Personnel Card and Photo Collection
Author: American Board of Missions
Abstract: The American Board’s Near East Mission (Turkey) maintained a set of personnel files at its regional office in Istanbul, for Board employees who worked in Turkey and its surroundings. One component of this collection is a series of more than 1,800 index cards that provide basic information about each individual, such as birth and death dates, educational and employment history, and dates and places of work assignments. The card file includes both missionaries and contract workers who served the Board in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, starting with Revs. Levi Parsons and Pliny Fisk, the Board’s first appointees sent to the Middle East in 1819.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://www.dlir.org/archive/orc-exhibit/items/browse/collection/8
Primary URL Description: Browse or search the American Board Personnel Card File.
Secondary URL: http://www.dlir.org/abpcc-home
Secondary URL Description: Introduction to the personnel documents presented through the Istanbul Digital Library
Access Model: open access


American Board Memorial Book
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: American Board Memorial Book
Author: American Board of Missions
Abstract: In 1935, the Near East Mission of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions undertook preparation of a memorial book to commemorate and honor those who had served the Board in Turkey, the Middle East, and the Balkans from the early 1800s through the early twentieth century. The initial three-volume work was compiled and edited by Charles Trowbridge Riggs, Near East Mission Secretary from 1910 to 1938, and contained biographical sketches of more than six hundred missionaries. Subsequent to Mr. Riggs’ death in 1953, a fourth volume was prepared to include those members of the Mission who died prior to 1970 but were not included in the earlier volumes.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.dlir.org/archive/orc-exhibit/items/browse/collection/12
Primary URL Description: Browse or search the American Board Near East Mission Memorial Book.
Secondary URL: http://www.dlir.org/abpcc-home
Secondary URL Description: Introduction to the American Board Near East Mission Memorial Book.
Access Model: open access


American Board Archive series, Near East Relief (1917-1928)
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: American Board Archive series, Near East Relief (1917-1928)
Author: American Board of Missions
Abstract: Items in this series include documents, newsletters, and pamphlets that relate to the agency Near East Relief (NER) and its efforts to provide humanitarian aid in Anatolia and surrounding regions during and after the First World War. The Near East Relief originated in 1915 as an emergency measure to aid minority populations in the wake of WW I. It raised funds and channeled aid primarily through the American Board mission stations in Turkey. Eventually the NER evolved to send aid directly from overseas.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.dlir.org/aba-official-records-1917-1928.html
Primary URL Description: Description and link to access the documents of the Near East Relief series.
Secondary URL: http://www.dlir.org/arit-aba-home.html
Secondary URL Description: Introduction to the American Board Archive digital collection.
Access Model: open access


American Board Archives series, selected reports and other records of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, affiliates and successors in Turkey and the Balkans, 1825-1988
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: American Board Archives series, selected reports and other records of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, affiliates and successors in Turkey and the Balkans, 1825-1988
Author: American Board in Turkey
Abstract: The items in this series consist of portion of the official correspondence, documents, reports, and minutes of the American Board’s enterprises in Turkey and the Balkans, primarily communications of officers and personnel, as well as reports by staff, committees, and mission stations and institutions.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://dlir.org/aba-selected-records-1825-1988.html
Primary URL Description: Istanbul Digital Library, American Board of Missions archive, American Board reports and correspondence, 1825 - 1988.
Secondary URL: https://www.archives.saltresearch.org/R/KH49JUEUPLXTAH87RFCILBU5U4M8YGKJAA7ANA4VGJK23DBEE5-04199?func=search-simple
Secondary URL Description: SALT Research, link to archival documents
Access Model: open access on-line


American Board Archive series, Annual Station Reports
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: American Board Archive series, Annual Station Reports
Author: American Board in Turkey
Abstract: Annual station reports from the Near East mission stations, 1921-1926 and 1931-1937 (384). Reports from the mission stations of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions during the critical years of World War I, the founding of the Turkish Republic, and the relief effort in the Near East.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://www.archives.saltresearch.org/R/58D559IFVELHULRXVH8NYDRMX5S83J3AY4AFUGANU31P9T6UXK-00927?func=collections-result&collection_id=4337
Primary URL Description: Access to archival documents in digital format
Secondary URL: http://dlir.org/arit-aba-home.html
Secondary URL Description: Digital Library for International Research introduction to the American Board Archive and link to SALT Archives
Access Model: open access on-line


American Board Archive series, Photograph albums (3) and individual photographs (
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: American Board Archive series, Photograph albums (3) and individual photographs (
Author: American Board in Turkey
Abstract: Photographic albums with images of missionaries and their families; individual photographs from mission stations of people, locations, buildings, scenes.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://dlir.org/aba-photos-and-albums.html
Primary URL Description: Description of the photograph and album series description and links
Secondary URL: https://www.archives.saltresearch.org/R/SR34X5EY34X7H598UTA794LR9VHL1G2NI7IVU53TAJCDXI1PXH-03455?func=collections-result&collection_id=4538
Secondary URL Description: SALT Research access to American Board photographs and albums
Access Model: open access on-line


American Board Archive series, The Riggs Papers
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: American Board Archive series, The Riggs Papers
Author: Elias Riggs, Riggs family members
Abstract: This series includes private correspondence and other material, including five diaries and close to 2,000 pages of personal letters, notes, and sermons. These items relate to the Riggs family of missionaries, principally Rev. Elias Riggs (1810-1910), his wife Martha Dalzell Riggs (1810-87), and three of their children, Elizabeth, Emma, and Samuel.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://dlir.org/aba-the-riggs-papers.html
Primary URL Description: Description of the Riggs Papers series and links to archives and additional information
Secondary URL: https://www.archives.saltresearch.org/R/SR34X5EY34X7H598UTA794LR9VHL1G2NI7IVU53TAJCDXI1PXH-03468?func=collections&collection_id=4597
Secondary URL Description: SALT Research link to archive series, Riggs papers
Access Model: open access on-line


Catalogue of the Museum of Anatolian College, Merzifon
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: Catalogue of the Museum of Anatolian College, Merzifon
Author: American Board
Author: Johannes Jacob Manissadjian
Abstract: This is the hand-written catalogue of the Museum of Anatolian College in Merzifon, a compendium of the natural history of the location in the early 20th century. I consists of an alphabetical list of the contents of the museum displays. Also includes a brief history of the museum. The items are described in various categories, including taxidermy, fossils, plant samples, insect samples, mineral samples, skeletons, etc.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.archives.saltresearch.org/R/SR34X5EY34X7H598UTA794LR9VHL1G2NI7IVU53TAJCDXI1PXH-04863?func=collections-result&collection_id=4798
Primary URL Description: SALT Research link to digitized catalogue document.
Secondary URL: http://dlir.org/arit-american-board-archives-guide.html
Secondary URL Description: Guide to the American Board Archives, including a description of the Miscellaneous Bound Materials. The catalog is part of this series containing bound volumes and other materials that were not created by the Istanbul Treasury Department. Included are minutes, account ledgers from mission stations, and letters. Some of this material was sent from the mission stations to the Treasurer’s Office after the closure of ABH institutions in the twentieth century.
Access Model: open access on-line


Istanbul Treasury Department Records
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: Istanbul Treasury Department Records
Author: American Board
Abstract: Items in this series were primarily created during the years when William W. Peet served as the ABH treasurer (1881-1925). Documents include correspondence with mission stations, the headquarters office of the ABCFM in Boston, and other organizations, as well as financial records such as account books, bills and receipts. Reports, minutes, plans, property deeds and other records relating to mission stations are also found.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.archives.saltresearch.org/R/SR34X5EY34X7H598UTA794LR9VHL1G2NI7IVU53TAJCDXI1PXH-05873?func=collections-result&collection_id=4797
Primary URL Description: SALT Research link to the digital files of the archives collection.
Secondary URL: http://dlir.org/arit-american-board-archives-guide.html
Secondary URL Description: Guide to the American Board Archives digital collection, including the Istanbul Treasury Department Records.
Access Model: open access on-line


Near East Mission Records, Istanbul Treasury Department, 1926-ca. 1960
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Title: Near East Mission Records, Istanbul Treasury Department, 1926-ca. 1960
Author: American Board
Abstract: Items in this series were primarily created during the years when Luther R. Fowle served as the ABH treasurer (1926-1954), after the ABCFM’s European, Western, Central, and Eastern Turkey Missions were combined into a single unit, The Near East Mission, subsequent to the First World War. Documents include correspondence with mission stations, the headquarters office of the ABCFM in Boston, and other organizations and financial records such as account books, bills and receipts. Reports, minutes, plans, property deeds and other records relating to mission stations are also found.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://www.archives.saltresearch.org/R/9HPF5N1QAY3753V52JTE15ICFLXNNN7143EB1M6LJE53S38CUK-06437?func=collections-result&collection_id=4845
Primary URL Description: This links to the digital version of the documents - manuscript, typescript and print - that make up this collection of Near East Mission records, predominantly 1926-1960
Secondary URL: http://dlir.org/arit-american-board-archives-guide.html
Secondary URL Description: Guide to the American Board Archives collections, including a brief description of the Near East Mission Records
Access Model: open access on-line


"Cinephiles and Movie-Fans: A Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918-1925" in Graduate Training in the 21st Century in #Alt-Academy, a project for MediaCommons: A Digital Scholarly Network
Grant details: CH-50600-09
Title: "Cinephiles and Movie-Fans: A Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918-1925" in Graduate Training in the 21st Century in #Alt-Academy, a project for MediaCommons: A Digital Scholarly Network
Author: Annie Fee
Abstract: Counter-Cartography of Paris Film Culture, 1918-1925, a project for MediaCommons: A Digital Scholarly Network
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/alt-ac/
Primary URL Description: In a world where scholarly publication is changing rapidly, how should we approach the work of the dissertation, and of scholarly qualifications? This group of articles, in the new #Alt-Academy project Graduate Training in the 21st Century, attempts to respond to this question, and to raise new ones, by showcasing the work of early career scholars actively reimagining the dissertation as proto-monograph.
Access Model: open access


The Educating Harlem Digital Collection
Grant details: CH-50926-12
Title: The Educating Harlem Digital Collection
Author: Ernest Morrell
Abstract: Digital collection of sources on Harlem's educational history. In-development, the site is a part of the project Educating Harlem: Histories of Learning and Schooling in an American community. It offers published and unpublished archival documents and oral histories, alongside interpretive exhibits. The first phase of the collection includes a group of digitized material that emphasizes the experiences and work of students in Harlem schools in the 1960s and 1970s. Later additions will expand on this theme, and explore materials from and about Harlem teachers and community members as well as students.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://educatingharlem.cdrs.columbia.edu/omeka/
Primary URL Description: Website of Educating Harlem: Histories of Learning and Schooling in an American Community. Organized in collaboration with the Institute for Urban and Minority Education, the Center on History and Education, and the Program in History and Education at Columbia Teachers College, Educating Harlem supports a scholarly community focused on investigating the history of education, broadly defined, in 20th century Harlem.
Secondary URL: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/che/
Secondary URL Description: Website of the Teachers College Center on History and Education, which notes the project and provides a link to the Educating Harlem website.
Access Model: open access


New Max Kade Institute Website with Searchable Database and Digital Archives
Grant details: CH-50975-13
Title: New Max Kade Institute Website with Searchable Database and Digital Archives
Author: Kevin Kurdylo
Author: Antje Petty
Abstract: The Max Kade Institute created a new and improved website with a strong focus on the MKI Library and Archive. A user-friendly interface allows an easy online search of the MKI Library Catalog as well as digital resources from the MKI archives. New content is regularly being added to the catalog and the digital collection.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://mki.wisc.edu
Primary URL Description: Max Kade Institute home page
Secondary URL: http://mki.wisc.edu/library
Secondary URL Description: Max Kade Institute Library and Archive, digital collections
Access Model: open access


UMKC Digital Special Collections
Grant details: CH-51161-14
Title: UMKC Digital Special Collections
Author: Sandy Rodriguez
Author: Scott Gipson
Author: Kelly McEniry
Abstract: The UMKC Digital Special Collections is the digital library for the UMKC Libraries Special Collections. It contains digital surrogates to items in the Special Collections including photos, documents, sound and video recordings. It is searchable by a number of metadata elements.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://dl.mospace.umsystem.edu/umkc/
Primary URL Description: MOspace is the share institutional repository and digital library platform for the libraries of the University of Missouri.
Access Model: Open access


Jewish Diaspora Collection
Grant details: CH-51229-15
Title: Jewish Diaspora Collection
Author: University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries
Abstract: The Jewish Diaspora Collection (JDoC) is a collaborative and cooperative digital library designed to preserve and provide wide access to Jewish heritage materials from Florida, Latin America and the Caribbean. The Jewish Diaspora Collection (JDoc) is being built with the support of a National Endowment for the Humanitiies (NEH) Challenge Grant awarded to the George A. Smathers Libraries in 2014. JDoC also preserves digital copies of materials held in the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: https://ufdc.ufl.edu/collections/judaica
Access Model: Open Access


The Unionist Unified, Connecticut's First Immediate Abolitionist Newspaper
Grant details: CHA-276812-21
Title: The Unionist Unified, Connecticut's First Immediate Abolitionist Newspaper
Author: Rycenga, Jennifer & Szydlowski, Nick
Abstract: The Unionist was established in 1833 in Brooklyn, Connecticut to serve as a local voice in support of Abolition, Prudence Crandall, and the Canterbury Female Academy. It was birthed in a conversation between the Unitarian minister and Abolitionist Samuel J. May and New York Abolitionist and wealthy merchant Arthur Tappan. The man selected to edit it - Charles C. Burleigh - was ready to lead this venture due to his triple training in law, journalism, and the fervid moral reform movements of the era. The paper ran from August of 1833 through September of 1834. Charles Burleigh's brother William Burleigh became a co-editor by the end of 1833, as well as being an associate teacher at the Canterbury Female Academy - New England's first Academy for African-American women. The Unionist was active during all four of the legal actions taken against Crandall and the Academy, which expanded its importance regionally. The Unionist is the earliest documented newspaper in support of Immediate Abolition to be published in Connecticut. Only five of the approximate number of sixty complete issues have been preserved. The nineteenth-century practice of copying and crediting articles from other papers though has yielded content from another eighteen issues. The goal of this website is to render The Unionist Unified, and make it available to scholars and general readers at this historical moment of reckoning. The attached content analysis also suggests that The Unionist was a considerable philosophic and political achievement of its own. There are five extant complete issues of The Unionist in three storied archives, as listed below: August 8, 1833, Issue 2 – New-York Historical Society Library September 5, 1833, Issue 6 – American Antiquarian Society December 9, 1833, Issue 20 – Library of Congress March 13, 1834, Issue 32 – New-York Historical Society Library April 10, 1834, Issue 36 – Library of Congress
Year: 2023
Primary URL: https://sjsu-library.github.io/unionist/
Primary URL Description: Archive and analysis of historical publication
Access Model: Open Access


Before Silicon Valley: Mexican Agricultural Workers of Santa Clara Valley, 1920-1960
Grant details: CHA-276812-21
Title: Before Silicon Valley: Mexican Agricultural Workers of Santa Clara Valley, 1920-1960
Author: McBane, Margo, Guerra, Suzanne, & Blackmer Reyes, Kathryn
Abstract: Before “Silicon Valley,” Santa Clara County was the largest fruit and vegetable producing and processing (canning) region in the United States with Mexicans serving as a majority of the labor force in the post WWII era. Before Silicon Valley: Mexican Agricultural and Cannery Workers of Santa Clara County, 1920-1960 is a bilingual website research and education project highlighting the little-documented history of ethnic Mexican migration, work, cultural life, and civil rights activism in Santa Clara County from 1920 to 1960. This website project is under the fiscal sponsorship of San José Parks Foundation and the co-sponsorship of San José State University Library, La Raza Historical Society of Santa Clara Valley, and the Arhoolie Foundation.
Year: 2023
Primary URL: https://library.sjsu.edu/b4sv
Primary URL Description: This is an abbreviated version of the full archive, which will be available Sept, 2023.
Access Model: Open Access


Leonardo da Vinci Between Art and Science: Essays
Grant details: EH-50290-11
Title: Leonardo da Vinci Between Art and Science: Essays
Author: Francesca Fiorani
Author: Anna Kim
Abstract: This collection of essays emerged from the research projects that 24 NEH Scholars developed during the NEH Summer Institute “Leonardo da Vinci: Between Art and Science” (Florence, Italy, June-July 2012), hosted bythe Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz (KHI). Over a period of three weeks, NEH Scholars explored the relations between art and science in the works of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), the versatile, canonical artist of western art who moved with equal ease among artistic, literary, intellectual and scientific circles. The Institute was organized around three major themes: ¦ Word and Image ¦ Painting and Drawing ¦ Craftsmen and Scholars Selected to address cogent issues in the study of Leonardo's works and writings, these three themes are more generally significant to understand the relations between art and science in the early modern period. Within these three themes, NEH Scholars developed their individual research projects and the essays gathered here are the first outcomes of those projects. The essays vary greatly in themes and approaches, reflecting the diverse background, training and interests of their authors. They all provide unique points of entry into the many aspects of Leonardo da Vinci’s works and writings and suggest possible use of new materials for undergraduate teaching and scholarly research. This website includes also additional bibliographical resources and the program of the NEH Institute.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://faculty.virginia.edu/Fiorani/NEH-Institute/essays/
Access Model: open access


Living Clearinghouse of Black Mobility Resources
Grant details: ES-272511-20
Title: Living Clearinghouse of Black Mobility Resources
Author: Kenna, Joshua
Author: Alderman, Derek H.
Author: Stack, Katrina
Abstract: Living Clearinghouse of Black Mobility Resources is an open access spreadsheet listing numerous readings, videos, pedagogical guides, and other resources of help in teaching about the role of geographic mobility in the African American Freedom Struggle. It is living in that it will be under continual construction as new resources come to light.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://tinyurl.com/3syhrecd
Primary URL Description: Tiny URL directs public user to open access spreadsheet of Black mobility teaching resources
Secondary URL: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12XNcf6YoDDmLn-xUmdJX2E9EGrEOD5ASBx-aEdN7Ig8/edit#gid=0
Secondary URL Description: Original URL directs public user to open access spreadsheet of Black mobility teaching resources
Access Model: Open access


"Telling the Untold Story"
Grant details: ES-50571-14
Title: "Telling the Untold Story"
Author: J. Brent Morris
Abstract: Online archive of primary source resources from the Reconstruction Era.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://uscb.edu/americasreconstruction/telling-the-untold-story.html
Primary URL Description: "Telling the Untold Story" Reconstruction primary sources archive
Access Model: free online


The Collection of Clémence d’Ennery.
Grant details: FA-233404-16
Title: The Collection of Clémence d’Ennery.
Author: Elizabeth Emery
Abstract: Open-access bilingual (French-English) information about D'Ennery and her museum. The repository contains a 350-page transcription of her collecting ledgers accompanied by an interpretive article and will host other material and translations in the future.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://digitalcommons.montclair.edu/dennery/


RememberingBiafra.com
Grant details: FA-252384-17
Title: RememberingBiafra.com
Author: Melani McAlister
Abstract: Digital Humanities Resource for teachers: Timeline + Knowledge Library that consolidates and annotates primary sources for scholarly and student research on the war and global responses to it.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://www. RememberingBiafra.com
Access Model: Open access


Historical City Populations Dataset
Grant details: FA-252546-17
Title: Historical City Populations Dataset
Author: Benjamin Schmidt/Jacob Alperin-Sheriff
Abstract: A dataset of historical city populations from the US census four times larger than any previously available for scholarly research, with supporting code organized collated from existing projects at Stanford's CESTA and but supplemented with an extraordinary volume of Wikipedia edits.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://github.com/CreatingData/Historical-Populations
Primary URL Description: Code and data repository
Access Model: open access


The Spenser Archive: Prototype
Grant details: FA-52531-06
Title: The Spenser Archive: Prototype
Author: Joseph Loewenstein
Author: David Lee Miller
Author: Patrick Cheney
Author: Stephen Pentecost
Author: Douglas Knox
Abstract: The Spenser Project Digital Archive is the online companion to the Collected Works of Edmund Spenser, forthcoming from Oxford University Press. At present, readers have access here to full-text versions of the books in which Spenser’s work appeared between 1569 and 1590: A Theatre for Voluptuous Worldlings, The Shepheardes Calender, the Spenser-Harvey Letters, and The First Part of The Faerie Queene (books I-III), as well as facsimiles of those books. We also provide scans of all pages containing variant states, an analysis of various forme-states within editions of these texts, and, in the case of The Shepheardes Calender, a grid of variants across the early editions through 1611. Behind the scenes, we are constructing an even richer archive, which will supplement the forthcoming Oxford Edition of the Collected Works of Edmund Spenser—and so increase the usefulness of that edition. Transcriptions of all of Spenser’s works will soon be made publicly available, and edited versions of those texts will follow shortly. Glossaries, commentary, textual and critical introductions, will be available here as soon as they are completed and approved for public release by OUP.
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://talus.artsci.wustl.edu/spenserArchivePrototype/
Primary URL Description: Full digital archive password-protected, under time-limited contractual obligation to Oxford University Press.
Access Model: Limited access, full access pending


Database of Cultural Presentations
Grant details: FA-55637-11
Title: Database of Cultural Presentations
Author: Danielle Fosler-Lussier
Author: Eric Fosler-Lussier
Abstract: The data presented here represents partial information about the U.S. State Department's Cultural Presentations Program from 1954-1980. These data were collected during the research for Music In America's Cold War Diplomacy. The two major archival repositories represented in this database are these: • National Archives at College Park, Maryland. Records are principally located in Record Group 59 (General Records of the Department of State). • ARK: University of Arkansas Libraries, Department of Special Collections, Fayetteville, Arkansas. MC468, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Historical Collection. This database represents a first attempt to organize the extant data about the State Department’s Cultural Presentations program, which began in 1954. The database is far from complete for the following reasons: * The U.S. government keeps only a tiny fraction (about 5%) of the records it generates. Most of the extant archival records of cultural presentations tours are incomplete; some tours are not documented at all in existing State Department records. There are fewer records for tours in the early-to-mid 1960s than for tours in the 1950s. * I have not had the resources to survey all the extant records. My primary focus was on the time period between 1954 and the early 1970s; later tours are poorly represented in the data collected here. * Performers’ itineraries were subject to change. Local circumstances often forced significant alterations to the plan for each tour. Revised itineraries may not have been generated or preserved. * Many documents about cultural diplomacy have not yet been collected from personal collections and the archives of groups that traveled. The database should therefore be used as a starting point only. Nonetheless, it offers scholars and other interested persons a way to find out who went where on State Department-funded musical tours.
Year: 2015
Secondary URL: http://musicdiplomacy.org/database.html
Access Model: Open access


L’Art social en France de la Révolution à la Grande Guerre. Une Anthologie de textes primaires
Grant details: FA-55937-11
Title: L’Art social en France de la Révolution à la Grande Guerre. Une Anthologie de textes primaires
Author: Catherine Meneux
Author: Neil McWilliam
Author: Julie Ramos
Abstract: From the Revolution to the Great War, this website brings together critical discourses around "social art", their ideological origins & tensions, together with the history of the idea and its role in artistic practice. Each historical text is accompanied by an explanatory introduction.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: https://books.openedition.org/inha/4825
Primary URL Description: OpenEdition Book
Secondary URL: https://www.worldcat.org/title/lart-social-de-la-revolution-a-la-grande-guerre-anthologie-de-textes-sources/oclc/1193021715&referer=brief_results
Secondary URL Description: Worldcat
Access Model: Open access


Berry Slave Value Database [show prizes]
Grant details: FA-57651-14
Title: Berry Slave Value Database
Author: Daina Ramey Berry
Abstract: This study uses historical records from 36 archives in the United States to analyze 8,437 enslaved people’s sale and/or appraisal prices from 1797 to 1865. Demographic information, including name, year, age/age group, gender, state, and trade/skill notations were recorded when applicable. By calculating average appraisal and sale values across cross-sections of gender (male or female) and age group (0-10 years old, 11-22 years old, 23-39 years old, and 40+ years old), a total of sixteen major comparative prices were analyzed (app/male/0-10; app/female/0-10; sale/male/0-10; sale/female/0-10; app/male/11-22; app/female/11-22; sale/male/11-22; sale/female/11-22; app/male/23-39; app/female/23-39; sale/male/23-39; sale/female/23-39; app/male/40+; app/female/40+; sale/male/40+; sale/female/40+). Scholars have the opportunity to use this data set to understand how enslaved people were valued and appraised. The demographic data included will be useful to those who want to explore various aspects of the history of slavery and enslaved people.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://doi.org/10.3886/E101113V1
Access Model: Open access


Colonial Architecture Project
Grant details: FA-58144-15
Title: Colonial Architecture Project
Author: Gauvin Alexander Bailey
Abstract: This interactive tool features almost 5,000 photographs of rare and often endangered colonial buildings on five continents, maps, keyword searches, timelines, and a glossary. This is the only website of its kind and promotes understanding of the commonalities of colonial architecture across the continents and also raises important issues about heritage conservation since over 35 of the sites are UNESCO world heritage sites and many are endangered or already ruined.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://www.colonialarchitectureproject.org/
Access Model: Open Access


After Augustine: The Oxford Guide to the Reception of Augustine
Grant details: FB-38683-03
Title: After Augustine: The Oxford Guide to the Reception of Augustine
Author: Meredith J. Gill
Abstract: Five entries: “Leonardo Bruni,” “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” “Coluccio Salutati,” “Pier Paolo Vergerio the Elder,” and “Visual Arts, 1200-1600.”
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http:// www.st-andrews.ac.uk/classics/after-augustine/


Speech Presentation in Homeric Epic database
Grant details: FB-50234-04
Title: Speech Presentation in Homeric Epic database
Author: Deborah Beck
Abstract: This database makes the data behind _Speech Presentation in Homeric Epic_ available to anyone with an Internet connection. It is fully searchable and does not require any special software to use.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://www.laits.utexas.edu/DeborahBeck/home
Access Model: open access


Caroline: Letters from Early Romanticism
Grant details: FB-52253-06
Title: Caroline: Letters from Early Romanticism
Author: Douglas W. Stott, Translator and Editor
Author: Caroline Schelling
Abstract: Comprehensive digital, annotated translation of the letters and supporting documents and media for the correspondence of Caroline Schelling (1763-1809)
Year: 2009
Primary URL: http://www.carolineschelling.com
Secondary URL Description: Comprehensive digital, annotated scholarly edition of translated letters and supporting documents and media for the correspondence of Caroline Schelling (1763-1809)
Access Model: Open access


Caroline: Letters from Early Romanticism
Grant details: FB-53616-08
Title: Caroline: Letters from Early Romanticism
Author: Douglas W. Stott, Translator and Editor
Author: Caroline Schelling
Abstract: Comprehensive digital annotated translation of the letters and supporting documents and media for the correspondence of Caroline Schelling (1763-1809)
Year: 2009
Primary URL: http://www.carolineschelling.com
Primary URL Description: Comprehensive digital, annotated scholarly edition of translated letters and supporting documents and media for the correspondence of Caroline Schelling (1763-1809)
Access Model: Open access


Transatlantic Encounters Latin American Artists in Interwar Paris
Grant details: FB-56134-12
Title: Transatlantic Encounters Latin American Artists in Interwar Paris
Author: Michele Greet
Abstract: A digital database of more than 300 Latin American artists working in Paris between the wars. Two interactive maps of these artists’ exhibitions and studios.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://chnm.gmu.edu/transatlanticencounters/
Access Model: open access


Káma-Kapúska! Making Marks in Indian Country, 1833–34
Grant details: FEL-257163-18
Title: Káma-Kapúska! Making Marks in Indian Country, 1833–34
Author: Kristine K. Ronan
Author: Allan McLeod
Abstract: Over the winter of 1833–34, the Numak'aki (Mandan) war chief Mató-Tópe (ca. 1784–1837) visited the painting studio kept by Swiss painter Karl Bodmer (1809–93) at Fort Clark, a trading post in what is now North Dakota, fifty-five times. This project argues that this shared studio space and its activities are an extension of the Middle Ground, or the cultural arena co-created by Native and non-Native peoples on the French frontier. The Numak'aki name that local warriors bestowed upon Bodmer (Kapúska, or “Forcefully Makes Marks”) demonstrates this co-creation by describing the artist’s practices through a Numak'aki lens, rather than a Western one—a testimony to the co-operation of two distinct cultural systems within the Fort Clark studio. The project’s digital platform then models this argument in presenting the project’s related archives through both Native and non-Native frameworks.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/autumn19/ronan-on-kama-kapuska-making-marks-in-indian-country-1833-34
Primary URL Description: Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, vol. 18, no. 2 (Autumn 2019).
Access Model: open access


Omeka: Contemporary Monuments to the Slave Past
Grant details: FEL-257329-18
Title: Omeka: Contemporary Monuments to the Slave Past
Author: Renee Ater
Abstract: Omeka site that includes a database of monuments, exhibits, collections, geolocation information and map of monuments, and a Neatline exhibit.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://www.slaverymonuments.org/
Secondary URL: https://www.slaverymonuments.org/exhibits/show/commemorating-harriet-tubman
Secondary URL Description: Exhibit dedicated to Harriet Tubman monuments in the United States.
Access Model: Open access content management system


Scalar: Contemporary Monuments to the Slave Past
Grant details: FEL-257329-18
Title: Scalar: Contemporary Monuments to the Slave Past
Author: Renee Ater
Abstract: A digital publication of Contemporary Monuments to the Slave Past, that is linked to my Omeka site. Note: this site is still in creation and will be updated over the upcoming year, 2019.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/contemporary-public-monuments-to-the-slave-past/index
Primary URL Description: Linear and non-linear essays on monuments to slavery.
Access Model: open source authoring and publishing platform


Aeolian Alexanders: Project, Data, and Lab Notes
Grant details: FEL-257341-18
Title: Aeolian Alexanders: Project, Data, and Lab Notes
Author: Ryan Horne
Abstract: This GitHub page houses all of the digital products created for the Aeolian Alexanders project, including the final presentation, a lab notebook, the database and site code.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://github.com/Aeolian-Alexanders
Primary URL Description: GitHub repository for the project, including the database, Jupyter notebooks, and website code
Access Model: Open Access


History of exploration of the Temple of Hera at Olympia
Grant details: FEL-257634-18
Title: History of exploration of the Temple of Hera at Olympia
Author: Philip Sapirstein
Abstract: This archive is not yet available, since its materials are meant to be shared through a 3DOME project website, and coordinated with a traditional print publication about the Hera temple project. It comprises digitized records compiled from several archive sources in Athens and Germany pertaining to the excavations of the temple in the 1870s and the subsequent interventions at the site through the modern era. These include more than 130 plans and other kinds of illustrations of the architecture and associated objects, 230 historical photographs, 53 notebooks and other unpublished documents kept by previous scholars who worked on the site, and excerpts from 32 digitized publications. Additional discussion of these resources is found elsewhere in the proposal.
Year: 2019
Access Model: Open Access


Astadasa Vyavahara, Perpusnas L. 882 (digital diplomatic edition)
Grant details: FEL-268510-20
Title: Astadasa Vyavahara, Perpusnas L. 882 (digital diplomatic edition)
Author: Arlo Griffiths
Author: Timothy Lubin
Abstract: Diplomatic edition of palm-leaf manuscript L. 882 belonging to the Perpustakaan Nasional Indonesia, containing the Old Javanese and Sanskrit legal text known as "Astadasa Vyavahara."
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://erc-dharma.github.io/tfd-nusantara-philology/output/diplomatic-edition/DHARMA_DiplEdAstadasaVyavaharaPerpusnasL882.html
Primary URL Description: Digital diplomatic edition of Astadasa Vyavahara, Perpusnas L. 882.
Secondary URL: https://erc-dharma.github.io/tfd-nusantara-philology/index-diplomatic.html
Secondary URL Description: Links to Sunda-Java-Bali diplomatic editions on the DHARMA website
Access Model: Open Access


Kutara Manava L.Or. 2215 (digital diplomatic edition)
Grant details: FEL-268510-20
Title: Kutara Manava L.Or. 2215 (digital diplomatic edition)
Author: Timothy Lubin
Author: Eko Bastiawan
Author: Marine Schoettel
Abstract: Diplomatic edition of palm-leaf manuscript Or. 2215 belonging to Leiden University, containing the Old Javanese legal text known as "Kutara Manava."
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://erc-dharma.github.io/tfd-nusantara-philology/output/diplomatic-edition/DHARMA_DiplEdKutaraManavaLeidenOr2215.html
Primary URL Description: Digital diplomatic edition of Kutara Manava L.Or. 2215.
Secondary URL: https://erc-dharma.github.io/tfd-nusantara-philology/index-diplomatic.html
Secondary URL Description: Links to Sunda-Java-Bali diplomatic editions on the DHARMA website
Access Model: Open Access


Kutara Manava Manchester Balinese 2 (digital diplomatic edition)
Grant details: FEL-268510-20
Title: Kutara Manava Manchester Balinese 2 (digital diplomatic edition)
Author: Timothy Lubin
Author: Eko Bastiawan
Abstract: Diplomatic edition of palm-leaf manuscript Balinese 2 belonging to Manchester University, containing the Old Javanese legal text known as "Kutara Manava."
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://erc-dharma.github.io/tfd-nusantara-philology/output/diplomatic-edition/DHARMA_DiplEdKutaraManavaManchesterB2.html
Primary URL Description: Diplomatic edition of palm-leaf manuscript Balinese 2 belonging to Manchester University, containing the Old Javanese legal text known as "Kutara Manava."
Secondary URL: https://erc-dharma.github.io/tfd-nusantara-philology/index-diplomatic.html
Secondary URL Description: Links to Sunda-Java-Bali diplomatic editions on the DHARMA website.
Access Model: Open Access


Svayambhu, Kirtya 774 (digital diplomatic edition)
Grant details: FEL-268510-20
Title: Svayambhu, Kirtya 774 (digital diplomatic edition)
Author: Timothy Lubin
Author: Arlo Griffiths
Abstract: Diplomatic edition of palm-leaf manuscript II A/3/774 belonging to Kirtya, Singarja, Bali, Indonesia, containing the Old Javanese and Sanskrit legal text known as "Svayambhu."
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://erc-dharma.github.io/tfd-nusantara-philology/output/diplomatic-edition/DHARMA_DiplEdSvayambhuKirtya774.html
Primary URL Description: Diplomatic edition of palm-leaf manuscript II A/3/774 belonging to Kirtya, Singarja, Bali, Indonesia, containing the Old Javanese and Sanskrit legal text known as "Svayambhu."
Secondary URL: https://erc-dharma.github.io/tfd-nusantara-philology/index-diplomatic.html
Secondary URL Description: Links to Sunda-Java-Bali diplomatic editions on the DHARMA website.
Access Model: Open Access


Race Restrictive Covenants in Greater St. Louis
Grant details: FEL-272632-21
Title: Race Restrictive Covenants in Greater St. Louis
Author: Colin Gordon
Abstract: Interactive digital map of racial restrictions on property in Greater St. Louis.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://ehocstl.org/restrictive-covenants/#
Primary URL Description: Digital map of racial restrictions in Greater St. Louis
Access Model: Public-facing, open-access


Dividing the City: Race Restrictions in Greater St. Louis
Grant details: FEL-272632-21
Title: Dividing the City: Race Restrictions in Greater St. Louis
Author: Colin Gordon
Abstract: Digital humanities project, mapping and describing the history of private racial restriction in Greater St. Louis.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://dsps.lib.uiowa.edu/thedividedcity/
Primary URL Description: Digital humanities project, mapping and describing the history of private racial restriction in Greater St. Louis.
Access Model: public-facing, open-access


Rio de Janeiro Wet Nurses Dataset: Enslaved and Free Women in Rio de Janeiro, 1850
Grant details: FEL-273005-21
Title: Rio de Janeiro Wet Nurses Dataset: Enslaved and Free Women in Rio de Janeiro, 1850
Author: Cassia Roth
Abstract: The “Rio de Janeiro Wet-Nursing Dataset” (RJWND) comprises all advertisements for wet nurses for the year of 1850 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, extracted from the city’s main commercial newspaper, Jornal do Commercio. “Mercenary” wet nursing, what contemporaries called the practice of paying other women to breastfeed their children, was a thriving market throughout the nineteenth century. Most wet nurses were enslaved women, with freed women of color and white immigrant women also working in the trade. More rarely, white Brazilian women whose newborns had died advertised their milk. We can draw several conclusions from this data. Most importantly, RJWND demonstrates the ubiquity of wet nursing in urban Brazil. Women from all races, classes, and legal statuses participated in this activity, whether as elite mothers not breastfeeding their own children, or as free, freed, freed African, and enslaved women breastfeeding other women’s children. It also sheds light on how enslavers valued wet nurses both for their reproductive labors (wet nursing) and their productive outputs (cleaning, cooking).
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://jsdp.enslaved.org
Primary URL Description: The Journal of Slavery and Data Preservation (ISSN 2691-297X) is a digital academic journal that publishes datasets and accompanying data articles about the lives of enslaved Africans and their descendants from the fifteenth to the early twentieth centuries. The Journal of Slavery and Data Preservation builds from and expands upon the pioneering digital scholarship on the transatlantic slave trade. As such, the journal elevates curated data to a first-class publication status, providing scholarly review, recognition, and credit to those who undertake the intellectual work involved in generating, cleaning, contextualizing, and describing digital records relating to bondage and freedom in Africa and the diaspora.
Access Model: Open access


Amateur Film During the Interwar Period: Translation of and Introductions to Soviet-era primary Sources on the History of amateur Filmmaking
Grant details: FEL-282914-22
Title: Amateur Film During the Interwar Period: Translation of and Introductions to Soviet-era primary Sources on the History of amateur Filmmaking
Author: Maria Vinogradova
Abstract: Upon an invitation from the project's editors, Charles Tepperman and Masha Salazkina, I translated one article and one selection of texts related to the history of Soviet and European amateur filmmaking between the two world wars: 1. Grigorii Boltianskii, “Foto- kinoliubitel'stvo v klube” (“Photo- and Film Amateurism in a [Workers’] Club”), Sovetskoe kino no. 6-7 (1926): 2-3. Translation. Grigorii Boltianskii was a film educator and a pioneering figure in the history of Soviet documentary. He was the chair of of the section of amateur photography and film at the Society of Friends of Soviet Cinema (Obshchestvo druzei sovetskogo kino – ODSK, 1926 - 1932). This article is a programmatic piece. Informed by his vision of proletarian cinema, it stresses the social utility of amateur pursuits, and an organized approach to filmmaking reliant on a centralized institutional structure that would ensure access to material resources and training. 2. “Sergei Prokofiev in/at the Movies: Diary Notes and One Letter, 1930,” a compilation of personal documents related to Sergei Prokofiev’s home movie making on 9.5mm film. Prokofiev left Russia in 1918, a few months after October Revolution, and lived outside abroad in the next 18 years. In 1930 he bought a popular Pathé Baby system for making and screening films on 9.5mm stock. He described the films in his diary and mentioned them in his correspondence. My selection includes translations of these diary notes and one letter. In my introduction I highlight the fact that Prokofiev’s attitude to making amateur films was the opposite to the methods prescribed to socialist filmmakers by Grigorii Boltianskii.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.amateurcinema.org/index.php/amdb
Primary URL Description: The Amateur Movie Database is a tool for exploring the history of amateur cinema in North America during the middle of the 20th century. Its project on the study of the history of amateur filmmaking expands the scope beyond North America to include contributions on other parts of the world. The translations will be published in 2024.
Access Model: Open access, online.


Hiroko Sato Collection - Bebeli Documentation
Grant details: FN-230211-15
Title: Hiroko Sato Collection - Bebeli Documentation
Author: Hiroko Sato
Abstract: This is a collection of Bebeli language and its related languages spoken in Papua New Guinea. The collection includes audio and video recordings and photographs.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/34526
Access Model: open access


Materials of the Iquito Language Documentation Project
Grant details: FN-230216-15
Title: Materials of the Iquito Language Documentation Project
Author: Beier, Christine M
Author: Michael, Lev D
Abstract: This collection, ongoing in its development, contains materials created by team members participating the Iquito Language Documentation Project (ILDP).
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7297/X2PC30JV.
Primary URL Description: This collection, ongoing in its development, contains materials created by team members participating the Iquito Language Documentation Project (ILDP).
Access Model: Open access digital archive deposit.


A Working Lexicon of the Northeastern Pomo Language
Grant details: FN-230222-15
Title: A Working Lexicon of the Northeastern Pomo Language
Author: Neil Alexander Walker
Abstract: Northeastern Pomo (a.k.a. Salt Pomo) is an extinct indigenous language of California. This is a working database that includes the majority of attested Northeastern Pomo words. It is being edited, updated, and expanded, and care should be used when consulting it.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://wieldoc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Walker_NA_Northeastern_Pomo_Dictionary_Working_Draft_10-2016.pdf
Access Model: open access


Ponosakan Talking Dictionary
Grant details: FN-249649-16
Title: Ponosakan Talking Dictionary
Author: Anna Luisa Daigneault
Author: Jason Lobel
Author: Ibrahim Tona
Author: Kader Tawo
Author: K. David Harrison
Author: Gregory D. S. Anderson
Abstract: na
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://talkingdictionary.swarthmore.edu/ponosakan/


Hiroko Sato Collection - Bebeli Documentation
Grant details: FN-249650-16
Title: Hiroko Sato Collection - Bebeli Documentation
Author: Hiroko Sato
Abstract: Raw data collected during my fieldwork consists of (1) audio-recordings, (2) video-recordings, (3) written notes, and (4) photographs. The data include narratives (myths, historical stories, legends, children’s stories), public events (ceremonies, rituals), and conversations (daily matters, politics). It is archived at Kaipuleohone, the University of Hawai‘i Digital Ethnographic Archive, for permanent archiving. In accordance with Kaipuleohone requirements, I collected OLAC compliant metadata for every item. This includes folder number, title, speakers, language name, time and location of recording, linguistic type, description, and genre keyword.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/34526
Primary URL Description: This is a collection of Bebeli language, an Austronesian language spoken in Papua New Guinea. The corpus includes audio and video recordings, photographs, and written materials.


A Mitsqanaqa'n Ventureño — English, English — Mitsqanaqa'n Ventureño Dictionary
Grant details: FN-260670-18
Title: A Mitsqanaqa'n Ventureño — English, English — Mitsqanaqa'n Ventureño Dictionary
Author: Timothy Paul Henry-Rodriguez
Abstract: A Mitsqanaqan? Ventureño to English and English to Mitsqanaqan? Ventureño dictionary. The dictionary is a compilation of the words of the Ventureño Chumash language, previously spoken in Southern California. It allows the user to find English translations of Ventureño words, and Ventureño translations of English words. Dictionary entries have example sentences and information about words in other Chumashan languages. Entires also have information about Chumash culture. At the end of the dictionary are lists of Ventureño words organized by meaning (example, terms for basketry).
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/64692
Primary URL Description: A .txt version of the dictionary.
Secondary URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/64691
Secondary URL Description: A .pdf of the dictionary.
Access Model: open access


Secoya Field Materials
Grant details: FN-260675-18
Title: Secoya Field Materials
Author: Rosa Vallejos
Abstract: Sound recordings of texts and elicitation, with transcription and translation into Spanish and English. Texts include personal narratives, traditional stories, and stories created with cards; elicitation also includes structured elicitation using different types of stimuli. This collection is based on fieldwork conducted by Rosa Vallejos in Secoya villages in Peru beginning in 2007.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://doi.org/10.7297/X2QR4VPG
Primary URL Description: Rosa Vallejos. Secoya Field Materials, 2021-07, California Language Archive, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7297/X2QR4VPG.
Access Model: Open access


Cahto Analyzed Texts Volume 1 - Cultural Texts
Grant details: FN-266279-19
Title: Cahto Analyzed Texts Volume 1 - Cultural Texts
Author: Sally R. Anderson
Abstract: This first volume of two comprises the texts as texts, whether full stories, short songs, cultural phrases and prayers. The major sources for such texts are Pliny E. Goddard (1909, 1906; working with Bill Ray), Edwin M. Loeb (1932; working with Lucy (Cooke) Ray, Martina (Ray) Bell, and Gill Ray) and John P. Harrington (1942; working with Martina (Ray) Bell and Gill Ray). The Cahto words are transcribed into the Community's standard writing system, then in the second line broken into major word parts, then glossed according to the breakdown, and then with a whole word gloss below, and finally grammatical category. After this there follows a somewhat modernized translation, the original author's translation, and the original author's word for word translation (if provided). Then finally the original author's transcription of the line(s). In the case of many of the Goddard texts there are two original transcription lines, one from the published text collection (1909) and one from the field notebooks (1906).
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.webonary.org/cahto/files/CahtoAnalyzedTexts_v1_2021.pdf
Primary URL Description: link to directly download the pdf document from the author's Cahto site on SIL's Webonary
Secondary URL: http://www.turtlenodes.com/calath/CahtoAnalyzedTexts_v1_2021.pdf
Secondary URL Description: link to directly download the pdf document from the author's own website
Access Model: open access


Cahto Analyzed Texts Volume 2 - Wordlists with Micro-texts
Grant details: FN-266279-19
Title: Cahto Analyzed Texts Volume 2 - Wordlists with Micro-texts
Author: Sally R. Anderson
Abstract: This second volume of two presents data from three sources that are primarily wordlist-like in nature, but include a reasonable number of paradigmatic examples and short sentences. The sources are Goddard's field notebooks (Goddard 1906, working with Bill Ray and Rose Ray), Merriam's Kato vocabulary list (Merriam 1850-1974), and Sapir's brief work with Bill Ray and Goddard (Goddard & Sapir 1907-1908). The Cahto words are transcribed into the Community's standard writing system, then in the second line broken into major word parts, then glossed according to the breakdown, and then with a whole word gloss below, and finally grammatical category. After this there follows a somewhat modernized translation, the original author's translation, and the original author's word for word translation (if provided). Then finally the original author's transcription of the line(s).
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.webonary.org/cahto/files/CahtoAnalyzedTexts_v2_2021.pdf
Primary URL Description: link to directly download the pdf document from the author's Cahto site on SIL's Webonary
Secondary URL: http://www.turtlenodes.com/calath/CahtoAnalyzedTexts_v2_2021.pdf
Secondary URL Description: link to directly download the pdf document from the author's own website
Access Model: open access


Cahto Dictionary - 2021 Web Edition
Grant details: FN-266279-19
Title: Cahto Dictionary - 2021 Web Edition
Author: Sally R. Anderson
Abstract: The Cahto (also spelled "Kato") language is a California Athabaskan language of the Eel River group in northern Mendocino county, California. This dictionary is the result of the author's twenty-one years' evening and weekend research on the language, and a final year finishing the dictionary full-time, thanks to NEH funding (see Acknowledgements). This stands as the first dictionary for Cahto, and only the second dictionary for any California Athabaskan language, the first being Golla's Hupa Language Dictionary. The dictionary is comprised of over 4,600 main Cahto headwords and 3,100 variants (mostly inflected forms), extracted from nearly 11,000 forms documented by scholars between the 1850's and the 2000's, but most prolifically in the first decades of the 20th century by Pliny Earle Goddard, J. P. Harrington, Edward Sapir, C. Hart Merriam, Edward Curtis, and others. This 2021 updated edition results from another NEH-funded project analyzing Cahto texts, which has resulted in finding several hundred more forms and variants, and the linking of text examples into a significant percentage of main entries.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.webonary.org/cahto/files/CahtoDictionary_2021WebEdition.pdf
Primary URL Description: direct link to download the pdf
Access Model: open access


Cahto Webonary Online Dictionary
Grant details: FN-266279-19
Title: Cahto Webonary Online Dictionary
Author: Sally R. Anderson
Abstract: This is an online interface to the author's Cahto dictionary database, providing search capability, and serving the data themselves. Interfaces are available in Cahto to English or English to Cahto browsing, Semantic category browsing, and searching. In addition the site serves as a location for serving the full Dictionary and other products to be downloadable. The interface itself is a product of Summer Institute of Linguistics, who are the creators of the linguistic database software used for this project, FLex/FieldWorks. The dictionary has been updated in 2021 as a result of the NEH-funded Cahto Texts project, including several hundred more forms and examples.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.webonary.org/cahto/browse/
Primary URL Description: This is the url to access the dictionary for browsing
Access Model: open access


OroWin-ORW
Grant details: FN-266285-19
Title: OroWin-ORW
Author: Joshua Birchall
Abstract: Multimedia digital language archive at the Acervo de Línguas Indígenas do MPEG. Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi: Belém.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://arqling. museu-goeldi.br/
Access Model: Metadata is public but access to resources is by request, approval and agreeing to terms and conditions of use.


Oro Win Dictionary Collection of Joshua Birchall
Grant details: FN-266285-19
Title: Oro Win Dictionary Collection of Joshua Birchall
Author: Joshua Birchall
Abstract: Multimedia language documentation archive collection in The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America at the University of Texas in Austin.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.ailla.utexas.org/islandora/object/ailla%3A285356
Primary URL Description: Direct link to collection within https://www.ailla.utexas.org.
Access Model: Metadata is public but project resources are currently under a one-year embargo whose request must be requested while a subsequent version of dictionary is being developed.


Seke Language Corpus
Grant details: FN-271115-20
Title: Seke Language Corpus
Author: Ross Perlin
Abstract: Seke is an endangered and little-documented Tibeto-Burman language of the Tamangic branch, spoken by approximately 700 people in Nepal and New York City. This is an annotated, multi-dialectal corpus of video and audio recordings including stories, oral histories, and a range of other narratives reflecting the lives and stories of Seke speakers.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://kratylos.org/~kratylos/project.cgi?language=Seke&institution=ELA
Primary URL Description: Kratylos project containing full publication of FLEX database (1100 lexical entries, 23 fully analyzed texts, ~50,000 tokens, 8185 sentences)
Secondary URL: https://archive.org/details/@endangered_language_alliance?and[]=languageSorter%3A%22%5Bskj%5D+Seke+%5BNepal%5D%22
Secondary URL Description: ELA Archive.org repository containing 98 videos and 79 audio recordings, including metadata and some finalized annotations.
Access Model: Open Access


Coeur d'Alene Narratives of Margaret Stensgar, Blanche LaSarte, and Felix Aripa
Grant details: FN-279311-21
Title: Coeur d'Alene Narratives of Margaret Stensgar, Blanche LaSarte, and Felix Aripa
Author: Ivy Doak
Abstract: Coeur d'Alene Narratives of Margaret Stensgar, Blanche LaSarte, and Felix Aripa will contain read-along versions of 41 Coeur d'Alene stories, songs, and traditional tales, fully analyzed linguistically and accompanied by time-aligned audio recordings. The stories were told by a few of the last first-language speakers of the tribe.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://ivydoak.com/Coeurd'Alene/
Primary URL Description: This site contains A Modern Linguistic Analysis of Gladys Reichard's Coeur d'Alene Texts, Volume I: Tales with Historical Elements, produced by Ivy Doak and Timothy Montler, with links to a grammatical sketch of the language and some history. The site also contains the first two additions to the Coeur d'Alene Narratives of Margaret Stensgar, Blanche LaSarte, and Felix Aripa, produced by Ivy Doak.
Access Model: open


Cahto Dictionary (Webonary)
Grant details: FN-285795-22
Title: Cahto Dictionary (Webonary)
Author: Sally Anderson
Abstract: This is the online Webonary version of the Cahto Dictionary database. The current version was updated in May 2023 from the Flex/Fieldworks database with example forms from the current texts incorporated. 77 new entries have been added, including 28 new headwords and 49 variant or inflected forms. In addition 1691 headword entries have been edited, in most cases by way of connecting text examples; and 522 variants or inflected forms have been edited. This is an ongoing project subject to future updates as work on the remaining texts and with the community continues.
Year: 2023
Primary URL: https://www.webonary.org/cahto/
Primary URL Description: This is the URL to the main homepage of the Cahto Webonary site. Tabs on the site lead to front matter, dictionary search, browsing the dictionary, downloadable materials, etc.
Access Model: Open Access


Naahneesh Kowanyaakwilik Analyzed Cahto Texts: Volume 3 - Cultural Texts
Grant details: FN-285795-22
Title: Naahneesh Kowanyaakwilik Analyzed Cahto Texts: Volume 3 - Cultural Texts
Author: Sally Anderson
Abstract: This third volume of Cahto Analyzed texts contains nine full stories and an addendum to one of the texts. The main source for eight of the texts is Pliny E. Goddard (1909) along with the Goddard (1906) field notebook versions of the same stories. The remaining story and the addendum are solely from Goddard's (1906) field notebooks. All of the stories were told by Bill Ray, Goddard's main Cahto consultant. The Cahto words are transcribed into the Community's standard writing system, then in the second line broken into major word parts, then glossed according to the breakdown, and then with a whole word gloss below, and finally grammatical category. After this there follows a somewhat modernized translation, the original author's translation, and the original author's word for word translation (if provided). In the case of the Creation: Part 2 Addendum Goddard provides no translation, so that line is blank. Then finally the original author's transcription of the line(s). In the case of many of the Goddard texts there are two original transcription lines, one from the published text collection (1909) and one from the field notebooks (1906).
Year: 2023
Primary URL: https://www.webonary.org/cahto/files/CahtoAnalyzedTexts_v3_2023.pdf
Primary URL Description: This the link to directly download the Cahto Texts volume 3 pdf document from the author's Cahto site on SIL's Webonary.
Access Model: Open Access


Cahto Main Lexicon: Simplified format to be scannable in future
Grant details: FN-285795-22
Title: Cahto Main Lexicon: Simplified format to be scannable in future
Author: Sally Anderson
Abstract: This is the printable version of the 2023 update to the Cahto Dictionary, presented in a simplified format for the archived printout to be scannable in a future if the electronic copies are lost, and fewer pages for Community members and others who want to print out the dictionary.
Year: 2023
Primary URL: https://www.webonary.org/cahto/files/CahtoMainLexicon_2023.pdf
Primary URL Description: This the link to directly download the Cahto Main Lexicon pdf document from the author's Cahto site on SIL's Webonary.
Access Model: Open Access


Alor-Pantar Field Recordings
Grant details: FN-50030-08
Title: Alor-Pantar Field Recordings
Author: Gary Holton
Abstract: This collection documents languages of Alor-Pantar, Indonesia, with a focus on the Western Pantar (Lamma) language
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GH2
Primary URL Description: PARADISEC digital archive
Access Model: open access


Lowland Chontal of Oaxaca Electronic Archive / Digital Catalog
Grant details: FN-50053-09
Title: Lowland Chontal of Oaxaca Electronic Archive / Digital Catalog
Author: Loretta O'Connor
Author: Peter Kroefges
Abstract: The electronic archive of Lowland Chontal of Oaxaca contains written, photographic, audio, and video resources. It includes audio and video recordings; folktales, narratives, and oral history; articles about the geography and the history of the Chontalpa, materials on the language, a grammatical sketch, and other studies.This documentation project was funded by the Volkswagen Foundation and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics; the archive processing and presentation were enriched by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and National Science Foundation.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: https://corpus1.mpi.nl/ds/asv/;jsessionid=014667DC9429390DA4C3426094E2166C?
Primary URL Description: The Lowland Chontal digital corpus, archived with and technically maintained by The Language Archive, a unit of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.
Access Model: Open access


The Lowland Chontal Documentation Project - DOBES Documentation of Endangered Languages
Grant details: FN-50053-09
Title: The Lowland Chontal Documentation Project - DOBES Documentation of Endangered Languages
Author: Loretta O'Connor
Author: Peter Kroefges
Abstract: Welcome to the electronic archive on the language and culture of the Lowland Chontal community of southeastern Mexico. Each tab on the website leads to a brief introduction to some aspect of the documentation project: Language, Geography, People & Culture, Project, Team, Data Example, and Links. From any page you may browse the Chontal corpus of archived materials and download most of these resources. This documentation project was funded by the Volkswagen Foundation and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics; the archive processing and presentation were enriched by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and National Science Foundation.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http://dobes.mpi.nl/projects/chontal/
Primary URL Description: The Lowland Chontal Documentation project is part of the DOBES Documentation of Endangered Languages.
Access Model: Open


Zapotec Conversations Archive
Grant details: FN-50065-10
Title: Zapotec Conversations Archive
Author: Mark A. Sicoli
Abstract: This archive is the result of the Documenting Endangered Languages Project "Lachixío Zapotec Conversations: Audio-Visual Archive and Transcription Collection (zpl)" [Oaxaca, Mexico] funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities FN-50065-10. The NEH funding provided for Mark Sicoli to produce transcriptions of a 40 hour video corpus, enrich and code segments of the data for conversation analysis of basic social actions, and translate the transcribed Zapotec to Spanish and portions of the corpus to English. Lachixío (including the close dialects of San Vicente, and San Miguel and San Mateo Mixtepec) is the last language of the West Zapotec clade in which speakers are competent conversationalists. This corpus was produced at a time when the historical trajectory was one of language shift to Spanish monolingualism throughout the region and in which the opportunities to document the language in its natural conversational ecology had grown few. The videos were recorded during the summers of 2008 and 2009 under funding from the Max Planck Society when Sicoli was a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. The corpus of transcribed videos provides resources that represent the language in everyday cultural settings, such as families receiving visitors, working together on daily chores, eating meals, joking, teasing, socializing children, sharing stories and more. The materials can both be considered a linguistic "text" collection as well as a representation of Zapotec culture in the Lachixío region of the Sierra Sur of Oaxaca, Mexico through conversational (multimodal) social interaction.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://corpus1.mpi.nl/ds/imdi_browser?openpath=MPI1554638%23
Primary URL Description: Zapotec Conversations Archive in The Language Archive of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics


The Speech of Children from Cusco and Chuquisaca
Grant details: FN-50091-11
Title: The Speech of Children from Cusco and Chuquisaca
Author: Susan Kalt
Abstract: Our main goal in creating this collection is to document children’s comprehension and production of Quechua (quz, quh) in rural highland Bolivia and Peru, where a continuum of permeation from Spanish can be observed. The secondary goal is to document variation within Cuzco-Collao Quechua, giving special attention to the variety of Quechua spoken in rural Chuquisaca in South Bolivia. An understanding of rural Bolivian variants is essential for producing school materials for South Bolivian children and for preserving an understanding of their cultural heritage. Among the scant documentation of the variety spoken in Chuquisaca is a sizeable vocabulary to be included in a dictionary of Bolivian Quechua in preparation by Dr. Pedro Plaza Martínez, and a pedagogical grammar by Louise Stark, Manuel Segovia Bayo and Felicia Segovia Polo (1971). Variation in Cuzco-Collao affix order and interpretation is also detailed by Simon Van de Kerke in his doctoral dissertation (1996) including a morphosyntactic study of the Quechua spoken in the town of Tarata, in close proximity to the highly relexified Cochabamba dialect. Our goal is to study rural and less relexified varieties. According to a Peruvian Census (2007:2.4.1) declaration of Quechua as the language learned in childhood declined 3.3 percent between 1993-2007. Anecdotal evidence indicates a similar trend in Bolivia. Clearly, the rapid loss of a major indigenous language spoken in childhood represents a threat to the vitality of indigenous cultural transmission in the region as well as a major setback for humankind’s understanding of child first and second anguage acquisition, bilingualism and language contact. Despite the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of speakers of Cuzco-Collao Quechua, only a handful of published studies of Andean children’s grammar focus on their L1 grammar, and virtually all of these focus on Peruvian children, leaving a serious gap in documentation of indigenous children’s language.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: https://www.ailla.utexas.org/islandora/object/ailla%3A124493
Primary URL Description: The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America: www.ailla.utexas.org. Media: video, text.
Access Model: Restricted until children reach age 18; anonymized version available from author


Yauyos Quechua collection of Aviva Shimelman
Grant details: FN-50099-11
Title: Yauyos Quechua collection of Aviva Shimelman
Author: Aviva Shimelman
Abstract: Yauyos (ISO 639-3: [qux]) is a critically endangered Quechuan language spoken in the Province of Yauyos, Department of Lima, Peru (http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/index.php?pg=00206 http://multitree.linguistlist.org/trees/10504@124926). Yauyos counts eight more-or-less mutually intelligible dialects. This collection covers only the five southern dialects: Apurí-Madeán-Viñac; Azángaro-Chocos-Huangáscar; Chocos-Hongos; Lincha-Tana; and Liscay-San Pedro de Huacarpana. The collection includes a lexicon (3058 entries); a sketch grammar (172 pp.); a catalogue of medicinal plants; a collection of glossed stories (80 pp.); 86 .wav audio recordings and 51 .mpg video recordings (60GB); 52 .eaf files with time-aligned transcriptions, glosses and translations; and one .txt file compiling all transcriptions, glosses and translations (1182 pp). Recordings total over 24 hours and include stories, songs, riddles, spontaneous dialogue, personal narrative, and descriptions of traditional activities, crafts and healing practices.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: https://ailla.utexas.org/islandora/object/ailla%3A124499
Primary URL Description: Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America (AILLA), University of Texas, Austin
Access Model: Open access


Yauyos Quechua Collection of Aviva Shimelman
Grant details: FN-50109-12
Title: Yauyos Quechua Collection of Aviva Shimelman
Author: Aviva Shimelman
Abstract: Yauyos (ISO 639-3: [qux]) is a critically endangered Quechuan language spoken in the Province of Yauyos, Department of Lima, Peru (http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/index.php?pg=00206 http://multitree.linguistlist.org/trees/10504@124926). Yauyos counts eight more-or-less mutually intelligible dialects. This collection covers only the five southern dialects: Apurí-Madeán-Viñac; Azángaro-Chocos-Huangáscar; Chocos-Hongos; Lincha-Tana; and Liscay-San Pedro de Huacarpana. The collection includes a lexicon (3058 entries); a sketch grammar (172 pp.); a catalogue of medicinal plants; a collection of glossed stories (80 pp.); 86 .wav audio recordings and 51 .mpg video recordings (60GB); 52 .eaf files with time-aligned transcriptions, glosses and translations; and one .txt file compiling all transcriptions, glosses and translations (1182 pp). Recordings total over 24 hours and include stories, songs, riddles, spontaneous dialogue, personal narrative, and descriptions of traditional activities, crafts and healing practices.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://ailla.utexas.org/islandora/object/ailla%3A124499
Primary URL Description: Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America (AILLA), University of Texas, Austin
Access Model: Open access


Hiroko Sato collection - Bebeli documentation
Grant details: FN-50130-14
Title: Hiroko Sato collection - Bebeli documentation
Author: Hiroko Sato
Abstract: This is the collection of Bebeli language and its related languages. It includes audio and video recordings, photographs, and written texts of narratives, public events, and conversations as well as elicited linguistic data. It gives special attention to recording traditional cultural knowledge, because the oral chain of transmission of this kind of knowledge is currently being lost. Audio data is digitally recorded with voice-recorders (Zoom H5 or Zoom H4n). Sound recordings will be in 48 KHz 24 bits and archived as WAV files. A shotgun microphone was used (Zoom SGH-6). Also, the texts are video recorded with a handy cam (Canon EOS REBEL SL1). OLAC compliant metadata was collected for every item.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/34526
Primary URL Description: Kaipuleohone is the digital language archive of the University of Hawai’i. The archive houses texts, images, audio, and video collected by linguists, anthropologists, ethnomusicologists, and more. The collection includes a wealth of photographs, notes, dictionaries, transcriptions, and other materials related to small and endangered languages. The files are curated by the University of Hawai?i library system. Backed by these resources, Kaipuleohone provides a safe repository for priceless and unique materials to help ensure their accessibility for scientific and cultural purposes.


George Floyd and Anti-Racist Street Art Database
Grant details: FS-267176-19
Title: George Floyd and Anti-Racist Street Art Database
Author: Heather Shirey
Abstract: The Urban Art Mapping Research Project operates a George Floyd and Anti-Racist Street Art database, which documents examples of street art from around the world that have emerged since Floyd’s killing as part of an ongoing movement demanding social justice and equality. Through the seminar, the participant was able to incorporate more material from Brazil into the database, most notably work by the São Paulo collective Nós Artivistas. She also connected with these artists personally—the seminar provided an excellent framework for understanding their work.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://georgefloydstreetart.omeka.net/
Primary URL Description: The Urban Art Mapping Research Project operates a George Floyd and Anti-Racist Street Art database, which documents examples of street art from around the world that have emerged since Floyd’s killing as part of an ongoing movement demanding social justice and equality.
Access Model: open access


Mapping Covid-19 Street Art
Grant details: FS-267176-19
Title: Mapping Covid-19 Street Art
Author: Heather Shirley
Abstract: MAPPING COVID-19 STREET ART: Artists and writers producing work in the streets – including tags, graffiti, murals, stickers, and other installations on walls, pavement, and signs – are in a unique position to respond quickly and effectively in a moment of crisis. Street art’s ephemeral nature serves to reveal very immediate and sometimes fleeting responses, often in a manner that can be raw and direct. At the same time, in the context of a crisis, street art also has the potential to transform urban space and foster a sustained political dialogue, reaching a wide audience, particularly when museums and galleries are shuttered. For all of these reasons, it is not surprising to see an explosion of street art around the world created in response to the Covid-19 global pandemic, even as our movement in public spaces is limited due to public health concerns. Through the seminar, the author was able to incorporate more material from Brazil into the database, most notably work by the São Paulo collective Nós Artivistas. The author also connected with these artists personally—the seminar really gave the participant a good framework for understanding their work.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://covid19streetart.omeka.net/
Primary URL Description: MAPPING COVID-19 STREET ART: Artists and writers producing work in the streets – including tags, graffiti, murals, stickers, and other installations on walls, pavement, and signs – are in a unique position to respond quickly and effectively in a moment of crisis. Street art’s ephemeral nature serves to reveal very immediate and sometimes fleeting responses, often in a manner that can be raw and direct. At the same time, in the context of a crisis, street art also has the potential to transform urban space and foster a sustained political dialogue, reaching a wide audience, particularly when museums and galleries are shuttered. For all of these reasons, it is not surprising to see an explosion of street art around the world created in response to the Covid-19 global pandemic, even as our movement in public spaces is limited due to public health concerns.
Access Model: Open access


Serai: Premodern Encounters
Grant details: FS-50229-09
Title: Serai: Premodern Encounters
Author: E. Natalie Rothman
Author: Karen Nelson
Author: Julia Schleck
Author: Geoff Piersol
Abstract: Serai is a collaborative project, bringing together a development team at the University of Toronto with collaborators at the universities of Nebraska Lincoln, Maryland, and elsewhere. It originated in two distinct initiatives: ePorte, a collaboratory for Premodern Mediterranean Studies, began at the University of Toronto in 2009. It involved from its inception several doctoral students in the Department of History (specialists in cross-confessional interactions in medieval and early modern Iberia, the Italian Peninsula, and the Ottoman Empire), information technologists, digital librarians, and work-study undergraduate students in History and Computer Science, and was coordinated by Prof. Natalie Rothman. Serai/Early Modern Exchange, a site dedicated to early modern European encounters with Islamicate societies, emerged out of a NEH seminar at the University of Maryland in 2010. The original NEH seminar, “Remapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe,” was conceived by Judith Tucker (History, Georgetown University), Adele Seeff (Renaissance Studies, University of Maryland), and Karen Nelson (English, University of Maryland). Participants included scholars from History, Religious Studies, Art History, and Languages and Literatures. One of these, Julia Schleck, forged connections with Jyotsna Singh and developed an affiliated program, Serai.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://serai.utsc.utoronto.ca/
Primary URL Description: Serai is a free and open online collaboratory for scholarship on premodern encounters across ethnolinguistic and religious divides. Our site is a digital meeting place where scholars can share resources, exchange ideas, and collaborate on projects. It is in an explicitly trans-disciplinary space for researchers, teachers, and students at all stages of their careers. We combine regional expertise with a keen interest in the transformative potential of digital scholarship. We hope to inspire others to join us in thinking through our diverse research materials about the multiple intersections between the past and the future of cultural encounters, knowledge production, and boundary crossing, and the urgency of exploring connectivities and confluences across seemingly disparate spaces.
Secondary URL: https://vimeo.com/user5385319
Secondary URL Description: Serai now serves as the portal for materials developed in the course of the NEH 2010 seminar [although as of Dec. 2015, with the site about to move to a new server, much of the data is stored off-site until the transition is complete]. Videos for all of the sessions are housed on Vimeo to offer a separate, public, open gateway.
Access Model: Open access, Drupal-based platform


The Letters of Marie Mancini
Grant details: FT-270715-20
Title: The Letters of Marie Mancini
Author: Olivia Wikle
Author: Sarah Nelson
Abstract: Marie Mancini (1639-1715) was famous as the first love of Louis XIV of France, and later she and her sister Hortense became scandalous celebrities by running away from their husbands and traveling unaccompanied through much of Western Europe. Marie’s unpublished letters to Lorenzo Colonna (her estranged husband) and others reside in an Italian archive. This project will publish them online. Begun in Spring 2020, this project seeks to publish Marie Mancini's approximately 900 letters that are held in the Colonna Archive, Library of the Abbey of Santa Scolastica, in Subiaco, Italy. There are approximately 100 transcribed letters currently available so far, six of which have been translated into English. Ultimately, the goal of this project is not only to provide a space for Marie Mancini's voice to be freely accessed, but also to provide avenues for historical exploration. To this end, users may: Explore and read the letters; Browse Marie's correspondence in chronological order; View her travels across Europe; Download the letters' text for further research. ...with more options to come!
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://thecdil.github.io/mancini_source/
Primary URL Description: This URL leads to the website under construction. It has not yet been published. PLEASE NOTE: Acknowledgment of NEH support for the project will be included on the homepage of the website when it is published.
Access Model: Open access


Expanding the Private and the Public: Analyzing the Writing Practices of Nineteenth-Century Black Women
Grant details: FT-57540-10
Title: Expanding the Private and the Public: Analyzing the Writing Practices of Nineteenth-Century Black Women
Author: Kaye Wise Whitehead
Abstract: A lesson plan by Kaye Wise Whitehead (Loyola University Maryland) discusses the Philadelphia seamstress Emilie Davis, whose diaries are one of only four known unpublished primary sources written by a free black woman during the nineteenth century.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://www.oxfordaasc.com/content/lesson_plans/lesson_plan_9.jsp
Access Model: open access


Digital Prosopographies
Grant details: FT-62068-14
Title: Digital Prosopographies
Author: Aaron Moreno
Abstract: Thanks to the funding of the NEH, I am in the process of creating an open-access website which provides a portal for scholars of pre-modern collective communal histories to publish their raw prosopographical data, whether in the form of population databases or family trees. Such an endeavor will allow other researchers to not only better engage the monographs or journal articles relying on the corresponding information but also observe additional historical trends beyond original investigator’s purview. Furthermore, such data could be used as an educational tool for students whose linguistic limitations or lack of documentary access had previously prevented them from conducting cultural analyses on historical populations.
Year: 2015
Access Model: Open Access


Indianapolis Imam Warith Deen Muhammad Community Digital Archive
Grant details: FV-256712-17
Title: Indianapolis Imam Warith Deen Muhammad Community Digital Archive
Author: Edward E. Curtis IV
Author: IUPUI Center for Digital Scholarship
Abstract: The Indianapolis Imam Warith Deen Muhammad Community collection documents the life of an African American Muslim community that has been part of Indianapolis since the 1950s. Established as “Muhammad’s Mosque” on Indiana Avenue, the community was first aligned with the teachings of Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad and then after 1975, with Elijah Muhammad’s son and heir, Warith Deen Muhammad, better known as W. Deen Mohammed. Now called the Nur Allah (Light of God) Islamic Center, this congregation has become known in central Indiana for its commitment to civic engagement and interfaith activities. The collection documents its members’ involvement in public life while also shedding light on the congregation’s religious activities.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://ulib.iupui.edu/collections/IWDC
Access Model: Open Access


Siege of Jerusalem Electronic Archive [show prizes]
Grant details: FX-50055-08
Title: Siege of Jerusalem Electronic Archive
Author: Timothy L. Stinson
Abstract: An online archive comprising transcriptions and images of all extant manuscript copies of The Siege of Jerusalem accompanied by critical texts and extensive introductory materials. Under contract with The Society for Early English and Norse Electronic Texts.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http://siegeofjerusalem.org/
Access Model: Open access


Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine
Grant details: FZ-272052-20
Title: Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine
Author: Michael Satlow
Abstract: A site devoted to providing open access to and sophisticated searching of the inscriptions from the region of Israel/Palestine that date from around 500 BCE - 500 CE.
Year: 2002
Primary URL: http://www.brown.edu/iip
Access Model: Open access


New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center Archives oral history project interviews for "At Sea and On Shore: Work and Community in New Bedford's Fishing Industry"
Grant details: GE-250066-16
Title: New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center Archives oral history project interviews for "At Sea and On Shore: Work and Community in New Bedford's Fishing Industry"
Author: New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center
Abstract: Transcripts and scanned articles related to an oral history project documenting the story of organized labor on the New Bedford waterfront. Includes interviews with elected officials, business owners, union officials, fishermen, shoreside workers, and fishing family members.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://umassd.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/discovery/collectionDiscovery?vid=01MA_DM_INST:umassd_library&collectionId=8173857470001301
Primary URL Description: Transcripts and scanned articles related to an oral history project documenting the story of organized labor on the New Bedford waterfront. Includes interviews with elected officials, business owners, union officials, fishermen, shoreside workers, and fishing family members.
Access Model: open access


Early American Galleries Video Library
Grant details: GI-261155-18
Title: Early American Galleries Video Library
Author: Philadelphia Museum of Art
Abstract: Digital archive with content related to PMA's early American art galleries, featuring maker, behind-the-scenes, and programming videos.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjh3EOFqaQHzG_qWrUwMX0bQlQF9__whP
Access Model: Open access on YouTube


New York: 1962-1964 Digital Experience
Grant details: GI-278045-21
Title: New York: 1962-1964 Digital Experience
Author: The Jewish Museum
Abstract: The Museum produced a dynamic, accessible digital guide—including audio tours and videos—specifically for the exhibition, via the Bloomberg Connects app available for download on all smartphone devices, through free rental devices available at the Museum’s admissions desk, or via URL on any remote device for off-site access to engage a truly global audience. The guide will be archived online following the conclusion of the exhibition, ensuring its content—digital assets, object labels, and interpretive texts, among other materials—will remain available to future audiences in perpetuity.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://thejewishmuseum.org/exhibitions/new-york-1962-1964
Access Model: Open access via world wide web or device-agnostic mobile phone app


Primary Source Documents
Grant details: GW-256118-17
Title: Primary Source Documents
Author: Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Abstract: This is an online collection of 1,925 founding era documents from the Gilder Lehrman Collection that supplement program participant learning as well as offer resources for participating libraries to draw upon for their program development.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://www.gilderlehrman.org/history-resources-search?tid_2=47298&tid=1667&tid_1=All&keys=&events=&creator=&people=
Primary URL Description: Link to website found on program webpage
Secondary URL: http://foundingera.org
Access Model: open access


Freedom on the Move
Grant details: HAA-256102-17
Title: Freedom on the Move
Author: Baptist, Edward
Author: Block, William
Author: Mitchell, Mary Niall
Author: Rothman, Joshua
Author: Holden, Vanessa
Author: Jeffries, Hasan Kwame
Abstract: Freedom on the Move is a database of fugitives from North American slavery. With the advent of newspapers in the American colonies, enslavers posted “runaway ads” to try to locate fugitives. Additionally, jailers posted ads describing people they had apprehended in search of the enslavers who claimed the fugitives as property. Created to control the movement of enslaved people, the ads ultimately preserved the details of individual lives--their personality, appearance, and life story. Taken collectively, the ads constitute a detailed, concise, and rare source of information about the experiences of enslaved people. Freedom on the Move is compiling thousands of these stories of resistance that have never been accessible in one place.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://freedomonthemove.org
Primary URL Description: Freedom on the Move is a database of fugitives from North American slavery.
Access Model: open accèss, free and open to all


“Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde”: a case study of collaborative DH design
Grant details: HAA-256146-17
Title: “Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde”: a case study of collaborative DH design
Author: Suzanne W. Churchill
Author: Linda A. Kinnahan
Author: Susan Rosenbaum
Abstract: A case study of the project Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde (https://mina-loy.com/), a peer-reviewed, digital, multimedia scholarly book that charts the avant-garde migrations of artist, writer, feminist, inventor, and entrepreneur, Mina Loy. This open educational resource offers digital scholarly narratives and visualizations to contextualize and interpret Loy’s writing, art, and designs. The case study includes a description, time frame, outcomes, resources, funding, workflow, challenges & opportunities, next steps, publications & presentations, and a contributors list.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://doi.org/10.21428/51bee781.4a3e9679
Primary URL Description: link to case study on website
Access Model: open access


Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Grant details: HAA-258706-18
Title: Louisiana Slave Conspiracies
Author: Bryan Wagner
Author: Patty Frontiera
Author: Jenelle Thomas
Author: Shadrick A. Small
Abstract: We are a collaborative project dedicated to preserving, digitizing, transcribing, translating, analyzing, and publishing manuscripts related to two slave conspiracies organized at the Pointe Coupée Post in the Spanish territory of Louisiana in 1791 and 1795. This website (lsc.berkeley.edu) uses a custom facing-page display to present French and Spanish manuscripts alongside our original transcriptions and English translations, permitting users to search, browse, and navigate among documents, interactive maps, and visualizations derived from a database tracking persons, places, events, and assertions.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: lsc.berkeley.edu
Access Model: Open Access


Github Repository Access
Grant details: HAA-258712-18
Title: Github Repository Access
Author: Kathryn Starkey (PI)
Author: Mae Velloso-Lyons (General Editor)
Abstract: The code available through our Github repository (https://github.com/medieval-source-book) and the XML and PDF files for the texts published on the website.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://github.com/medieval-source-book
Access Model: Open access


The London Stage Database
Grant details: HAA-258717-18
Title: The London Stage Database
Author: Mattie Burkert
Author: Will Daland
Author: Emma Hallock
Author: Todd Hugie
Author: Lauren Liebe
Author: Derek Miller
Author: Dustin Olson
Author: Ben R. Schneider, Jr.
Abstract: Recovered files, and documents and archival data used to revitalize the London Stage Information Bank, which was completed in the 1970s but had become technologically obsolete.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/all_datasets/77/
Secondary URL: https://doi.org/10.26078/0S6R-8E27
Access Model: Open access


London Stage Database - Data
Grant details: HAA-258717-18
Title: London Stage Database - Data
Author: Todd Hugie
Author: Dustin Olson
Author: Mattie Burkert
Author: Emma Hallock
Author: Lauren Liebe
Author: Derek Miller
Abstract: Data for the London Stage Database, versioned and repositoried in 2022.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://github.com/LondonStageDB/data/tree/v1.0
Secondary URL: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7328445
Access Model: Open access


Literature in Context: An Open Anthology of Literature, 1660-1830
Grant details: HAA-258768-18
Title: Literature in Context: An Open Anthology of Literature, 1660-1830
Author: Tonya Howe
Author: John O'Brien
Author: Christine Ruotolo
Abstract: Literature in Context: An Open Anthology of Literature, 1660-1830 is a web-accessible and mobile-friendly digital anthology of curated, contextualized, machine-readable literature in English designed for use by students, teachers, and the general public.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: https://anthology.lib.virginia.edu
Access Model: open access (CC-BY 4.0)


Conflict of Interest: Article XML
Grant details: HAA-261070-18
Title: Conflict of Interest: Article XML
Author: S. Scott Graham
Author: Zoltan Majdik
Author: David Clark
Abstract: Included: XML file and dictionary for conflict of interest data. (2020-01-20)
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/VSWAJY
Primary URL Description: DOI link to Texas Data Repository
Secondary URL: https://dataverse.tdl.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.18738/T8/VSWAJY
Secondary URL Description: Direct link to Texas Data Repository
Access Model: CC0 - "Public Domain Dedication"


Mapping Indigenous American Cultures and Living Histories
Grant details: HAA-261214-18
Title: Mapping Indigenous American Cultures and Living Histories
Author: Janet Berry Hess
Abstract: This is an early prototype for the Level 1 digital resource funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Languages and tribal regions are indicated, and tabs are included for research opportunities, tribal resources, and resources for educating children about Indigenous cultures.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://http://indigenousmap.org OR MIAC-LH
Access Model: open access


1910 Library of Congress Subject Headings
Grant details: HAA-261228-18
Title: 1910 Library of Congress Subject Headings
Author: Jane Greenberg
Author: Joan Boone
Author: Sam Grabus
Author: Peter M Logan
Abstract: A SKOS-enabled database version of the first edition of the Library of Congress Subject Headings (1910-1914)
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://hive2.cci.drexel.edu/
Primary URL Description: HIVE Vocabulary Server
Access Model: Open access


Ephraim Chambers Cyclopaedia
Grant details: HAA-261228-18
Title: Ephraim Chambers Cyclopaedia
Author: Jane Greenberg
Author: Joan Boone
Author: Sam Grabus
Author: Peter M Logan
Abstract: A SKOS-enabled database of subject terms used in Eprhaim Chambers's Cyclopaedia (1728).
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://hive2.cci.drexel.edu/
Primary URL Description: HIVE vocabulary server at Drexel University
Access Model: Open access


Coptic Scriptorium V3.0.0
Grant details: HAA-261271-18
Title: Coptic Scriptorium V3.0.0
Author: Caroline T. Schroeder
Author: Amir Zeldes
Abstract: Coptic Scriptorium is happy to announce our latest data release, including a variety of new sources thanks to our collaborators (digitized data courtesy of the Marcion and PAThs projects!). New in this release are: Saints' lives Life of Cyrus Life of Onnophrius Lives of Longinus and Lucius Martyrdom of Victor the General (part 2) Miscellaneous: Dormition of John Homilies of Proclus Letter of Pseudo-Ephrem We are also releasing expansions to some of our existing corpora, including: Canons of Johannes (new material annotated by Elizabeth Platte and Caroline T. Schroeder, digital edition provided by Diliana Atanassova) Apophthegmata Patrum A large number of corrections to most of our existing corpora, which are being republished in this release. All documents have metadata for word segmentation, tagging, and parsing to indicate whether those annotations are machine annotations only (automatic), checked for accuracy by an expert in Coptic (checked), or closely reviewed for accuracy, usually as a result of manual parsing (gold). Also new in this release are stable identifiers and links to PATHS identifiers (https://atlas.paths-erc.eu/cite), specifically some corpora now contain metadata identifiers for paths manuscripts, paths works, and paths authors.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://github.com/CopticScriptorium/corpora/
Primary URL Description: Version controlled downloadable archives
Secondary URL: http://data.copticscriptorium.org
Secondary URL Description: Browsable web interface
Access Model: Open Access (Creative Commons)


Coptic Scriptorium V4.2.0
Grant details: HAA-261271-18
Title: Coptic Scriptorium V4.2.0
Author: Caroline T. Schroeder
Author: Amir Zeldes
Author: Lance Martin
Abstract: This is the public repository for Coptic SCRIPTORIUM corpora. The documents are available in multiple formats: CoNLL-U, relANNIS, PAULA XML, TEI XML, and TreeTagger SGML (*.tt). The *.tt files generally contain the most complete representations of document annotations, though note that corpus level metadata is only included in the PAULA XML and relANNIS versions. Corpora can be searched, viewed, and queried with complex queries http://data.copticscriptorium.org. Project homepage is http://copticscriptorium.org
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/CopticScriptorium/corpora
Primary URL Description: Online version controlled repository
Access Model: Open Access, Creative Commons license


ATAVizM Collection in RADAR
Grant details: HAA-263831-19
Title: ATAVizM Collection in RADAR
Author: Aaron Carter-Enyi
Abstract: Music visualization offers new ways of understanding music. One example is an arc diagram (as shown above), first applied to music by Martin Wattenberg in his Shape of Song project. Our project, Algorithmic Thinking, Analysis, and Visualization in Music (ATAVizM), combines elements of previous work with (1) pattern recognition based on heuristics from music theory, (2) theme identification by users integrated into the application, and (3) visualization enhancements (like color-coding of themes) that make arc diagrams utilitarian for research and teaching. In 2019, ATAVizM was the basis of a course module at southeastern colleges and universities, including Emory University, Florida State University, Morehouse College, Spelman College, and the University of Georgia. ATAVizM engages the user in a critical dialogue with technology, making the distinction between a pattern discovered by the algorithm, and a theme chosen by the user based on her/his analysis of the piece.
Year: 2024
Primary URL: https://radar.auctr.edu/atavizm
Primary URL Description: Digital collection of project materials and products in Morehouse's Institutional repository hosted by the Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library.
Access Model: Open access


Lexicon and audio recordings of Sierra Nororiental de Puebla Nahuat [last update 2021-03-23]
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Lexicon and audio recordings of Sierra Nororiental de Puebla Nahuat [last update 2021-03-23]
Author: Ceferino Salgado Castañeda
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Author: Amelia Domínguez Alcántara
Author: Hermelindo Salazar Osollo
Abstract: This is a long-term project to document the lexicosemantics of the Nahuat spoken in the municipality of Cuetzalan del Progreso, Puebla. Over the past 6 months Amith and Ceferino Salgado have finished reviewing each of the 8,000 + entries in terms of sense definitions and illustrative sentences (at least one for every sense). Illustrative sentences are both elaborated by the three native speaker editors and taken from over 200 hours of digital audio recordings (all of which has been transcribed). By the end of this Level 1 Mesolex project the team hopes to have 9,000 entries and 20,000 illustrative sentences, divided between those that were edited and recorded by the lexicographic team and those that were selected and extracted from the corpus. The location of the lexical database has changed to https://mesolex-frontend-develop-eztzm.ondigitalocean.app/azz
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://mesolex-frontend-develop-eztzm.ondigitalocean.app/azz
Primary URL Description: Username: admin Password: xochitl
Access Model: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)


Lexicon and audio recordings of Yoloxóchitl Mixtec
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Lexicon and audio recordings of Yoloxóchitl Mixtec
Author: Rey Castillo García
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Abstract: This is a long-term project to document the lexicosemantics of the Mixtec spoken in the village of Yoloxóchitl, municipality of San Luis Acátlan, state of Guerrero, Mexico. Over the past several years Amith and Rey Castillo have been reviewing 2,500 + entries in terms of the orthography and gloss for each entry. Castillo has already recorded each headword, repeated three times in a high quality digital audio recording and each recording will be linked to its headword in the online Mesolex dictionary. Subsequently they will record cognate sets from 4 neighboring villages and spend a year reviewing the sense definitions and illustrative sentences for each entry. By the end of this Level 1 Mesolex project the team hopes to have 2,500 entries with linked headword recordings from Yoloxóchitl and at least one other village as well as preliminary sense definitions for each entry. The lexical database and recordings will be archived and published as a corpus by the Linguistic Data Consortium, University of Pennsylvania. Presently a reduced version of this corpus is available at OpenSLR
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.openslr.org/89/
Primary URL Description: This is a preliminary version of the transcribed and translated audio corpus of Yoloxochitl Mixtec.
Access Model: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)


Guía etnobotánica ilustrada de la flora del municipio totonaco de Zongozotla, Puebla, y otros municipios circunvecinos. Ms. 762 pp.
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Guía etnobotánica ilustrada de la flora del municipio totonaco de Zongozotla, Puebla, y otros municipios circunvecinos. Ms. 762 pp.
Author: Osbel López Francisco
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Author: Kenia Velasco Gutiérrez
Author: Sebastián López Cano
Author: Isac Pérez Núñez
Abstract: Illustrated guide of the flora and ethnobotanical knowledge of the Totonac community of Zongozotla, Puebla, with comparative notes from other Totonac languages and communities.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://mesolex.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com/library/Totonaco/Zongoztla-Illustrated-Guide_2022-02-07.pdf
Primary URL Description: Direct link to PDF file of the illustrated guide, which is available through the Mesolex search engine.
Access Model: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)


San Martin Duraznos Mixtec: Dictionary of non-verbs with associated sound files
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: San Martin Duraznos Mixtec: Dictionary of non-verbs with associated sound files
Author: Hernández, Carmen
Author: Auderset, Sandra
Abstract: Dictionary of words from San Martín Duraznos Mixtec. Each entry includes an English and Spanish gloss as well as separate representation of the tonal melody (which can be searched independently of the segmental representation, just as the segmental sequence can be searched independent of tonal melody). Sound files for each entry have been uploaded; links to these audio files will be completed by mid-April at the latest.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://staging.mesolex.org/en/juxt1235/non-verbs/
Primary URL Description: This is a dataset within the San Martín Duraznos subportal of Mesolex. It offers the same search functionalities as found in other Mesolex dictionaries.
Secondary URL: https://github.com/nmashton/mesolex
Secondary URL Description: Source code for Mesolex and the S. Martín Duraznos subportal part of N. Ashton's code for 'A smart dictionary for Indigenous Mesoamerican languages'.
Access Model: Open access


San Martín Duraznos Mixtec: Verbal paradigms and associated sound files.
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: San Martín Duraznos Mixtec: Verbal paradigms and associated sound files.
Author: Auderset, Sandra
Author: Hernández, Carmen
Abstract: pending
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://staging.mesolex.org/en/juxt1235/verbs/
Secondary URL: https://github.com/nmashton/mesolex
Secondary URL Description: Source code for Mesolex and the S. Martín Duraznos subportal part of N. Ashton's code for 'A smart dictionary for Indigenous Mesoamerican languages'.
Access Model: Open access


A Historical Dictionary of Chol (Mayan): The Lexical Sources from 1789 to 1935 [databased version]
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: A Historical Dictionary of Chol (Mayan): The Lexical Sources from 1789 to 1935 [databased version]
Author: Cruz Guzmán, Ausencio
Author: Hopkins, Nicholas A.
Author: Josserand, J. Kathryn
Abstract: The present resource is a database version (by Kenia Velasco) of a comparative dictionary by the abovementioned authors, which was the result of 30-years of research into five historical Chol sources, here put together in a comparative dictionary: (1) LF 1892: Eighteenth Century Chol of Tila, Chiapas: The earliest published Chol lexicon is that of León Fernández (1892), which is a transcription of data recorded in Tila, Chiapas, in 1789. Chol was apparently missed in the sixteenth century survey represented by the Relaciones Geográficas (Harvey 1972), and no major documents are known from the earliest Colonial period (Bright 1967, Hellmuth 1970), including the catechisms, grammars, and vocabularies that must have been produced during the period when Chol speakers were being missionized and relocated (de Vos 1980a,b); (2) Campbell 1984: Colonial Chol Day Names: The Chol day names reported in this dictionary are based on those published by Lyle Campbell in 1984; (3) Stoll 1938: The Nineteenth-Century Chol Vocabulary of C. H. Berendt: This extensive Chol lexicon was recorded by the German scholar C. H. Berendt towards the middle of the nineteenth century, and remained unpublished until after his death; (4) Sapper (1907): A Late Nineteenth-Century Chol Wordlist: An extensive Chol word list, apparently collected just before the end of the nineteenth century, was published in the proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Americanists by Karl Sapper, German ethnographer and historian. Sapper (1907:440-458) presented data from the two major Chol dialects, those of Tila and Tumbalá (and their dependencies). He accompanied the Chol data with comparative data from Chortí and Pocomam; (5) Starr (1902): Two Turn-of-the-Century Chol Wordlists: Two Chol word lists appear as appendices to Frederick Starr's Notes Upon the Ethnography of Southern Mexico (Proceedings of the Davenport Academy of Sciences 9:63-172, 1902).
Year: 2010
Primary URL: https://mesolex-drako-iano9.ondigitalocean.app/en/languageIndexView/mayan
Primary URL Description: Presently this historical and comparative lexical database is in a tab-delimited format. It is now held locally by Amith as it is being prepared for public dissemination via Mesolex at the page given as the Primary URL.
Access Model: Open access


Diccionario básico del mixteco de Xochapa, Guerrero. Tercera edición
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Diccionario básico del mixteco de Xochapa, Guerrero. Tercera edición
Author: González de Guzmán, Benita
Author: Stark C., Sharon (Sara)
Author: Johnson P., Audrey (Andrea)
Abstract: Databased version (by Kenia Velasco) of a published Mixtec dictionary from Xochapan, Guerrero. The Mixtec-Spanish section of the original dictionary covered 57 pages.
Year: 2002
Primary URL: https://mesolex-drako-iano9.ondigitalocean.app/en/languageIndexView/mixtec
Primary URL Description: Presently this Mixtec lexical database is in a tab-delimited format. Plans are to make it accessible via the Xochapan, Guerrero, subportal at the URL listed under Primary URL and then clicking on the tab for Xochapan.
Access Model: Open access


Diccionario mixteco de Magdaleno Peñasco
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Diccionario mixteco de Magdaleno Peñasco
Author: Erickson de Hollenbach, Elena
Abstract: Databased version (by Kenia Velasco) of a published Mixtec dictionary from Magdalena Peñasco, Oaxaca. The Mixtec-Spanish section of the original dictionary covered 658 pages.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://mesolex-drako-iano9.ondigitalocean.app/en/languageIndexView/mixtec
Primary URL Description: Presently this Mixtec lexical database is in a tab-delimited format. It will eventually be uploaded to the subportal for Magdalena Peñasco accessible by clicking on this subportal at the Mixtec language group page: https://mesolex-drako-iano9.ondigitalocean.app/en/languageIndexView/mixtec
Access Model: Open access


Database of Yoloxochitl Mixtec plant nomenclature, classification, and use
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Database of Yoloxochitl Mixtec plant nomenclature, classification, and use
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Author: Rey Castillo Garcia
Abstract: Based on 1,428 plant collections this database summarizes the ethnographic information (plant name, classification, and use) for flora in the Mixtec community of Yoloxochitl and a few surrounding communities in the same municipality of San Luis Acatlan. The database is structured for online presentation in Mesolex via the Flora and Fauna module with links available in the Dictionary module and the resources for the Yoloxochitl Mixtec community.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://mesolex-drako-iano9.ondigitalocean.app/en/languageIndexView/mixtec
Primary URL Description: This will be available through the Mesolex portal via Mixtec language group page referenced above (https://mesolex-drako-iano9.ondigitalocean.app/en/languageIndexView/mixtec) and then clicking on the Yoloxochitl Mixtec subportal.
Access Model: All material will be open access


Guía etnobotánica ilustrada de la flora del municipio de San Luis Acatlán, Guerrero, con enfoque en Yoloxóchitl. Ms. 517 pp.
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Guía etnobotánica ilustrada de la flora del municipio de San Luis Acatlán, Guerrero, con enfoque en Yoloxóchitl. Ms. 517 pp.
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Author: Rey Castillo García
Author: Constantino Teodoro Bautista
Author: Esteban Guadalupe Bautista
Author: Kenia Velasco Gutiérrez
Abstract: This is an illustrated guide of the flora of Yoloxochitl Mixtec, focused on the community of Yoloxochitl and with comparative data from the three other major communities that speak this language: Arroyo Cumiapa, Buena Vista, and Cuanacaxtitlan.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://mesolex.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com/library/Yolo/Yoloxochitl-Illustrated-guide_2022-02-07.pdf
Primary URL Description: The primary URL is part of the Mesolex library of language and cultural materials for the communities represented in this portal. It is accessible as a library resource via either the Topic Index or Languages Index path of Mesolex.
Access Model: Open access


Guía etnobotánica ilustrada de la flora del municipio de Cuetzalan del Progreso, Puebla, y otros municipios circunvecinos. Ms. 517 pp.
Grant details: HAA-266482-19
Title: Guía etnobotánica ilustrada de la flora del municipio de Cuetzalan del Progreso, Puebla, y otros municipios circunvecinos. Ms. 517 pp.
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Author: Ceferino Salgado Castañeda
Author: Enrique Vázquez Chanico
Author: Nicolás Anastacio Damián
Abstract: This is an illustrated guide of the flora of Highland Puebla Nahuat with a focus on the community of San Miguel Tzinacapan (municipality of Cuetzalan del Progreso) and with comparative data from the other communities in this municipality and others nearby.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://mesolex.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com/library/Nahuatl-Puebla/Cuetzalan_Illustrated-guide_2022-02-07.pdf
Primary URL Description: The primary URL is part of the Mesolex library of language and cultural materials for the communities represented in this portal. It is accessible as a library resource via either the Topic Index or Languages Index path of Mesolex.
Access Model: Open access


Gardens of Crimea [dataset]
Grant details: HAA-266553-19
Title: Gardens of Crimea [dataset]
Author: Kelly O'Neill
Abstract: Ten years after Catherine II annexed Crimea, Russian imperial officials undertook a survey of some of the most valuable properties in the newly-acquired territory: its gardens. The survey focused on orchards and vineyards that had been abandoned by their owners (Tatars and Greeks) and claimed as state property. The work was carried out between 1791 and 1793 and this dataset presents the results. The data describes 809 orchards and 332 vineyards located mainly on the southern coast and along a trio of rivers flowing northwest out of the mountains. Location data is based on OpenStreetMap data (WGS84).
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/WFLMOL
Primary URL Description: The URL brings you to the dataset publication page within Dataverse.
Access Model: open access


History through Playing Cards
Grant details: HAA-266553-19
Title: History through Playing Cards
Author: Kelly O'Neill
Abstract: This dataset is sourced from an elegant deck of playing cards created in 1856 to teach members of Russia's elite families about the empire they inhabited. The cards—all 80 of them—provide us with a unique perspective on how the subjects of the tsar “saw” their country on the eve of the emancipation of the serfs. The resulting data includes hundreds of attributes describing the distribution of economic activities, ethnic groups, geographical features, and historical "particularities." The data is accompanied by a readme, a file catalog, a codebook, and a glossary. Spatial units: 3 semi-autonomous regions (polygons); 77 provinces (polygons); 417 towns (points); 180 rivers (lines)
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/3N72NM
Primary URL Description: URL brings you to the dataset publication page within Dataverse.
Access Model: open access


Classic Maya Glyphary
Grant details: HAA-268887-20
Title: Classic Maya Glyphary
Author: Andrew Glass
Author: Gabrielle Vail
Author: Holly Maxwell
Author: Celine Tamignaux
Author: Maximillian Mermell
Abstract: Drawings of Maya glyphs from hieroglyphic texts dating to the Late Classic period from the Central, Southern, and Western regions. Catalog codes were assigned based on the system developed by Martha Macri, Matthew Looper, and Gabrielle Vail for the New Catalog of Maya Hieroglyphs (2003, 2009, 2022). Drawings by Maximillian Mermell and Celine Tamignaux.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://readvm.westeurope.cloudapp.azure.com/readmayan/plugins/dictionary/?section=classic
Access Model: Open access


Archiviz
Grant details: HAA-269020-20
Title: Archiviz
Author: Todd Michney
Author: Brad Rittenhouse
Abstract: The site showcasing the primary tool being developed. The tool utilized NER techniques to identify and visualize named entities in archival collections.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://allenarchive-dev.iac.gatech.edu/elasticsearch
Primary URL Description: The updated digital interface.
Access Model: open access


Data repository for transcriptions
Grant details: HAA-269051-20
Title: Data repository for transcriptions
Author: Albert A. Palacios
Abstract: Open access data repository for transcriptions produced under the grant. Transcriptions are available in txt files in various versions to facilitate reusability. The repository is organized by collection name. Transcriptions created under this grant are of materials in various archives in the Benson Latin American Collection.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://dataverse.tdl.org/dataverse/blac
Access Model: Open access


Geocoded Historical Data
Grant details: HAA-271717-20
Title: Geocoded Historical Data
Author: Trepal, Dan
Author: Lafreniere, Don
Author: Williams, Ryan
Author: Juip, James
Author: Lizzadro-McPherson, Dan
Author: Spikberg, Gary
Author: Stone, Tim
Author: Pastel, Robert
Abstract: Project Co-Director Dan Trepal’s postdoctoral research position duties focused on the geocoding, cleaning / preparation and record-linking of several historical big datasets during Year 1 (with assistance from Project Geospatial Research Scientist Ryan Williams as well as students Juip, Lizzadro-McPherson, Spikberg, and Stone). The following datasets were integrated into the CC-HSDI and are being prepared for record-linking, or are in the process of being record-linked: ● Decennial US Census (years: 1880 and 1900-1940): 100% of individuals recorded in the census for our study area (~379,000 individuals) geocoded; attribute tables reviewed and normalized in preparation for record linking. Completed record linking between 1920 Census and 1918 School Records. We have also integrated the IPUMS Multigenerational Longitudinal Panel (MLP) crosswalk tables into the CC-HSDI. This IPUMS-developed tool has permitted us to crosslink approximately 40% of individuals within our overall US census dataset for the census years 1910 through 1930. In addition, we have identified within this dataset and for our study area the in-migration (years: 1910, 1920, 1930) and out-migration (years: 1920, 1930, 1940) cohorts for three decades each. This work is ongoing. ● School Records (1904-1926): 25,879 individual records transcribed from original documents and reformatted as normalized tables. Completed geocoding and record linking of all records. ● Sanitation Reports, Calumet & Hecla Mining Co. Medical Department (1910-1921): 2,225 individual records geocoded; attribute tables reviewed and normalized in preparation for record linking with other CC-HSDI datasets. ● Mining Company Home ownership data. Incorporated into the CC-HSDI Calumet and Hecla Mining Company home ownership / lease status data for the period c. 1908-1920 digitized from historical cartography. After digitizing, this information was appended to 7,594 existing historical building polygons within the CC-HSDI’s existing buil
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://www.keweenawhistory.com
Access Model: Open access via Keweenaw Time Traveler Applications


Copper Country Historical Spatial Data Infrastructure
Grant details: HAA-271717-20
Title: Copper Country Historical Spatial Data Infrastructure
Author: Lafreniere, Don
Author: Scarlett, Sarah
Author: Trepal, Dan
Author: Pastel, Robert
Author: Kitalong, Karla
Author: Williams, Ryan
Abstract: Additional datasets added to the CC-HSDI and are accessible via the Keweenaw Time Traveler
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://www.keweenawhistory.com
Primary URL Description: Keweenaw Time Traveler Explore App
Access Model: Open Access


Seventeenth-century Spanish character dataset
Grant details: HAA-271747-20
Title: Seventeenth-century Spanish character dataset
Author: Nouf Alrasheed
Author: Ryan Rowland
Author: Adam Cardenas-Sisk
Author: Victoria Dominguez
Author: David Freeman
Author: Viviana Grieco
Author: Praveen Rao
Abstract: For the recognition of characters in seventeenth century Spanish American notary scripts, we created a labeled dataset of 24,000 images (1,000 per character present in the archaic Spanish alphabet) out of which 250 samples were manually labeled, and 750 samples were generated. We made this dataset available for future research.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/UMKC-BigDataLab/DeepLearningSpanishAmerican
Access Model: Open Access


Seventeenth-century Spanish words dataset
Grant details: HAA-271747-20
Title: Seventeenth-century Spanish words dataset
Author: Ryan Rowland
Author: Adam Cardenas-Sisk
Author: Victoria Dominguez
Author: Nouf Alrasheed
Author: Martin Wasserman
Author: Viviana Grieco
Author: Praveen Rao
Author: Shivika Prasanna
Abstract: For word recognition on seventeenth-century Spanish American notary scripts, we created a labeled dataset of 26,482 words out which 6,401 were unique words (the other words appeared more than once on the images). We made this dataset available for future research.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://github.com/UMKC-BigDataLab/DeepLearningSpanishAmerican
Access Model: Open Accesss


A Machine Learning Paradigm for Studying Pictorial Realism: Are Constable's Clouds More Real than His Contemporaries?
Grant details: HAA-271801-20
Title: A Machine Learning Paradigm for Studying Pictorial Realism: Are Constable's Clouds More Real than His Contemporaries?
Author: Zhuomin Zhang
Author: Elizabeth Mansfield
Author: Jia Li
Author: John Russell
Author: George S. Young
Author: Catherine Adams
Author: James Z. Wang
Abstract: European artists have sought to create life-like images since the Renaissance. The techniques used by artists to impart realism to their paintings often rely on approaches based in mathematics, like linear perspective; yet the means used to assess the verisimilitude of realist paintings have remained subjective, even intuitive. An exploration of alternative and relatively objective methods for evaluating pictorial realism could enhance existing art historical research. We propose a machine-learning-based paradigm for studying pictorial realism in an explainable way. Unlike subjective evaluations made by art historians or computer-based painting analysis exploiting inexplicable learned features, our framework assesses realism by measuring the similarity between clouds painted by exceptionally skillful 19th-century landscape painters like John Constable and photographs of clouds. The experimental results of cloud classification show that Constable approximates more consistently than his contemporaries the formal features of actual clouds in his paintings. Our analyses suggest that artists working in the decades leading up to the invention of photography worked in a mode that anticipated some of the stylistic features of photography. The study is a springboard for deeper analyses of pictorial realism using computer vision and machine learning.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://arxiv.org/abs/2202.09348
Primary URL Description: Link to arXiv where draft article has been deposited.
Access Model: open access


Klezmer Archive GitHub
Grant details: HAA-277220-21
Title: Klezmer Archive GitHub
Author: Max Rothman
Author: Dan Kunda Thagard
Author: Matthew Stein
Abstract: This is the GitHub repository for the Klezmer Archive Project
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://github.com/klezmer-archive
Primary URL Description: The is the GitHub for the Klezmer Archive Project Team.
Access Model: open Access


Data: Print Revenue and Open Access Monographs
Grant details: HAA-284855-22
Title: Data: Print Revenue and Open Access Monographs
Author: Association of University Presses
Abstract: Anonymized data set for "Print Revenue and Open Access Monographs: A University Press Study," containing data on 976 OA books. This study was undertaken over 2022-2023 by AUPresses and Ithaka S+R, supported by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Year: 2023
Primary URL: https://doi.org/10.17613/34af-sx32
Primary URL Description: DOI permalink
Access Model: CC BY-NC 4.0


Tribesourcing Southwest Film [show prizes]
Grant details: HAA-284912-22
Title: Tribesourcing Southwest Film
Author: Melissa S. Dollman
Author: Jennifer L. Jenkins
Author: Rhiannon Sorrell
Abstract: Based on the collection of nearly 500 films in the American Indian Film Gallery housed at the University of Arizona, this project tribesources mid-20th century educational and sponsored films about Native peoples of the U.S. Southwest and (coming soon!) Southern California by recording Native narrations and contextual information for film content from the Native communities they represent. The films contain valuable historical visual imagery, but the original narrations are often inaccurate and culturally uninformed. Tribesourcing places historical materials with the peoples they represent in order to tell the untold or suppressed story. As we have conceived it, tribesourcing is guided by the Protocols for Native American Archival Materials (2006).
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://tribseourcingfilm.org
Access Model: Open


Memoria Presente: The Common Spanish Legacy in Italian and Latin American Cultures
Grant details: HB-273184-21
Title: Memoria Presente: The Common Spanish Legacy in Italian and Latin American Cultures
Author: Teresa Fiore
Abstract: An ongoing interdisciplinary digital repository of texts and files (maps, photos, audio-video files and films) that link Italian and Spanish/Latin American cultures across time periods and locations.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: http://tinyurl.com/NEHMemoriaPresente
Primary URL Description: The repository includes various sections: Literature and Film; and Cuisine, as well as an annotated Bibliography. All texts are accompanied by a description and, when applicable, further resources. In some cases (see section on Plants), teaching activities for different levels are included as a model. The repository includes oral interviews with Hispanic people who live in the U.S. and have at some point emigrated to Italy. Their stories reflect experiences of pluri-lingualism and pluri-culturalism that are very relevant to the project and the teaching approach based on trans-languaging and inter-cultural comprehension. See also: https://tinyurl.com/SpanItalLatInterviews The digital repository includes an ongoing list of colleges and universities where courses of Italian for Spanish speakers are taught, as well as a list of recent positions offered in Italian for Spanish speakers, or high-school positions that require knowledge of Italian and Spanish: http://tinyurl.com/Ital4SpanUS
Access Model: Password-protected: NEH2021Fiore (it can easily become open access by removing the password). Please contact author at fiorete@montclair.edu


On Our Own Ground: Pequot Community Papers, 1813-1850
Grant details: HC-276442-20
Title: On Our Own Ground: Pequot Community Papers, 1813-1850
Author: Paul Grant-Costa
Author: Tobias Glaza
Abstract: On Our Own Ground: Pequot Community Papers, 1813-1850 The Digital Humanities grant product includes digital images, transcriptions, annotations, interactive biographies, geographies, and commentary generated and organized by NNRC editors with the assistance editorial assistants from the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot Nations. Community scholars from the Eastern and Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nations reviewed content, worked collaboratively with Editors in the annotation process, adding information, commentary and perspective. The records, a series of 19th-Century Eastern and Mashantucket Pequot manuscript overseer reports, detail the income and expenses of two Native communities and include debt accounting through goods and services delivered to tribal members and income derived from land rental or labor, providing unique insights into the daily lives of Native people in Early Republic Connecticut. These materials are part of an important but often overlooked collection that provides insight into the daily life of these two communities. The records are freely-accessible on the NNRC’s digital platform, the Native Northeast Portal.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://https://www.nativenortheastportal.com/collection/our-own-ground-pequot-community-records-1813-1850
Primary URL Description: The documentary corpus of Pequot Community records is gathered together as two separate collections.
Access Model: Open access


Threads of Our Community: A History of the Avenir Museum
Grant details: HC-276447-20
Title: Threads of Our Community: A History of the Avenir Museum
Author: Trista Barker
Author: Helen Baer
Abstract: Threads of Our Community: A History of the Avenir Museum is a virtual exhibition of the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising, created in part with funding from a CARES grant during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. The concept for the exhibition was originally developed before the pandemic hit and planned to open with a physical exhibition in Fall 2020. Unable to host any events in physical spaces, the virtual exhibition then became an avenue for bringing humanities and education to the public. The exhibition is a collection of digitized items showcasing the growth Avenir Museum has undergone. The Avenir began as a small teaching collection in the 1950s and has since grown into a collection of approximately 25,000 historic clothing and textile artifacts, housed in a state-of-the-art museum facility. This digital collection consists of materials from the virtual exhibition dated 1986 to 2010 and including photographs, brochures, catalogs, newspaper articles, and photographic slides.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://mountainscholar.org/handle/10217/211458
Primary URL Description: Links to this collection in Mountain Scholar, the digital repository for all Colorado State University archival materials and collections.
Access Model: Open access


Data repository for transcriptions
Grant details: HC-278116-21
Title: Data repository for transcriptions
Author: Perez Zamarripa, Abisai
Author: Palacios, Albert A.
Abstract: Open access data repository for transcriptions produced under the grant. Transcriptions are available in txt files in various versions to facilitate reusability. The repository is organized by collection name. Transcriptions created under this grant are of materials in various archives in the Benson Latin American Collection.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://dataverse.tdl.org/dataverse/blac
Primary URL Description: URL to repository where we are depositing transcriptions created under the grant.
Access Model: Open access


Watermarks Research Database
Grant details: HC-278119-21
Title: Watermarks Research Database
Author: Indiana University Project Team
Abstract: The purpose of the research database is to allow the comparison and querying of the images of the watermarks so that researchers will be able to compare these watermarks to enable them to determine possible chronology of Isaac Newton's Works.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://alchemy.sitehost.iu.edu/newton
Primary URL Description: A link to the website that is the frontend to the research database.
Access Model: Open access through the World Wide Web.


Notícias do Brasil (Burajiru Jihō)
Grant details: HC-279973-21
Title: Notícias do Brasil (Burajiru Jihō)
Author: The Japanese Diaspora Initiative
Abstract: One of the outcomes of the project was to preserve and digitize important, rare, and historical Japanese Brazilian newspapers. With guidance from the Hoover Institution Library & Archives, the Museu Histórico da Imigração Japonesa (the Historical Museum of Japanese Immigration) in São Paolo, Brazil, conserved and digitized their three major Japanese-language newspapers: the Notícias do Brasil (Burajiru Jihō), Nippak-Shimbun (Nippaku Shinbun), and Diário Nippak (Nippaku Mainichi Shinbun). After the Library & Archives completed describing the materials and creating the metadata, the newspapers were made available in the Hoji Shinbun Digital Collection, providing researchers around the world with access to more than 35,000 pages of new materials from Brazil.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://hojishinbun.hoover.org/?a=cl&cl=CL1&sp=buj&e=
Primary URL Description: The Hoji Shinbun Digital Collection is currently the world’s largest online archive of open-access, full image Japanese American and other overseas Japanese newspapers in Asia and South America. Image content in this collection is accompanied by OCR-generated text where possible, thus rendering the text searchable. The holdings of each title are browsable by date, title, and publication place, with each title cross searchable with other titles on the platform. The nature of the newspapers varies significantly from community-focused to political or military propaganda depending on the political conditions and target readership.
Access Model: Open access


Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America: Sierra Noriental de Puebla
Grant details: HD-228866-15
Title: Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America: Sierra Noriental de Puebla
Author: Jonathan D. Amith
Abstract: Amith has deposited all material developed as part of his documentation and ethnobotanical research in several Nahuat-speaking communities. Relevant to this project is a database (and plant labels generated from this database) of all ethnobotanical material collected in the Sierra Nororiental. Included also are 579 digital recordings and transcription directly about plants named, classified, and used by Nahuat speakers in the region. Also included are 80 recordings about medicinal plants and 104 files about animals (particularly arthropods). Eventually all this material will be also be accessible through the digital portal that this project is funding though this initial grant will only build a prototype with varied example materials.
Year: 2015


Regio I. Latium et Campania. Pompeii et Herculaneum: Graffiti
Grant details: HD-248610-16
Title: Regio I. Latium et Campania. Pompeii et Herculaneum: Graffiti
Author: R. Benefiel
Abstract: This publication provides an overview to the graffiti of Pompeii and Herculaneum and documents the editing work of the individual contributors to the Epigraphic Database Roma (EDR). Our team creates critical editions of ancient handwritten inscriptions for the Ancient Graffiti Project (AGP) which we then share with EDR, the epigraphic database for ancient inscriptions of Italy. The current volume provides a synthetic publication of over 800 critical editions of ancient graffiti written by our team members.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://ojs.uniroma1.it/index.php/ied/issue/viewIssue/1169/29
Primary URL Description: Publication of Italia Epigrafica Digitale, critical editions of ancient inscriptions from Italy.
Access Model: Open access


The Modern Art Iraq Archive
Grant details: HD-50821-09
Title: The Modern Art Iraq Archive
Author: Nada Shabout
Abstract: The Modern Art Iraq Archive (MAIA) project works to document Iraq’s rich but threatened modern artistic heritage. This project prototypes a participatory content-management system to trace, share and enable community enrichment around this art. MAIA houses images of works of art, many of them now lost, from the Iraqi Museum of Modern Art in Baghdad, as well as publications, exhibition catalogs, and personal documentation. MAIA's goals are to raise awareness of the diverse body of modern works of Iraqi art, to help locate their current whereabouts, and to assist agencies working to prevent their illegal movement and sale. MAIA aims to reach a wide and participatory audience across the globe, and offers users the ability to document, discuss, explore, and enrich Iraqi artistic expressions and experiences. Central to its development were ease of use, translation into Arabic, extensive and inclusive documentation, community contribution, and syndication of content elsewhere on the Web.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://artiraq.org/maia/
Primary URL Description: MAIA website
Access Model: open access


Learning as Playing
Grant details: HD-50932-10
Title: Learning as Playing
Author: Linda Friend
Author: Jacqueline Reid-Walsh
Author: Mark Mattson
Abstract: This website in progress seeks to re-value the status of early movable books in historical accounts of children’s texts. The focus is on flap books, or turn-up books, the simplest, and earliest types composed of one or two pieces of paper cut and folded. They were published from the mid 17th century until the mid 19th century in England and America. Children also made their own examples. The site has seven links that the user clicks on for them to open. Six are presently active: background, bibliography, play, blog, and image gallery. Two are not yet active: process and links.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://http://www.libraries.psu.edu/psul/digital/flapbooks.html
Primary URL Description: This is housed at Penn State University Libraries.
Access Model: open


OREGON PETRARCH OPEN BOOK
Grant details: HD-51110-10
Title: OREGON PETRARCH OPEN BOOK
Author: Massimo Lollini, Univerity of Oregon
Abstract: The "Oregon Petrarch Open Book" is a scholarly data-base driven hypertext around Francis Petrarch's fourteenth-century poetry collection, the Canzoniere. Using open source software we are building a flexible and comprehensive structure of digital assets that promotes innovative research, preservation and pedagogy based on the international collaboration among scholars and institutions. In the current iteration of OPOB, a scholar is able to read a poem in the original language, examine commentaries, compare a series of different translations, analyze contemporary rewritings, and finally, explore multimedia assets associated with the poem.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://petrarch.uoregon.edu/
Primary URL Description: The current iteration of the OPOB includes Ettore Modigliani’s diplomatic edition of the Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta; Gianfranco Contini’s edition and *Giuseppe Savoca’s critical edition; the commentary by Alessandro Vellutello (1525), the Spanish and French translations by Enrique Garcés and Vasquin Philieul (16th century), an English translation (A. S. Kline), and partial translations in Russian, Chinese, Japanese and German.


Integrating spectral and reflectance transformation imaging technologies for the digitization of manuscripts and other cultural artifacts archive
Grant details: HD-51709-13
Title: Integrating spectral and reflectance transformation imaging technologies for the digitization of manuscripts and other cultural artifacts archive
Author: Todd R. Hanneken
Author: Michael Phelps
Author: Bruce Zuckerman
Abstract: The archive provides access to spectral and reflectance transformation images and metadata used in the "Integrating spectral and reflectance transformation imaging technologies for the digitization of manuscripts and other cultural artifacts" project phase of the Jubilees Palimpsest Project.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/885200817


Viral Texts Reprints Database (beta)
Grant details: HD-51728-13
Title: Viral Texts Reprints Database (beta)
Author: Ryan Cordell
Author: David A. Smith
Author: Abby Mullen
Author: Kevin Smith
Abstract: The Viral Texts beta database presents our data from the nineteenth-century holdings of Chronicling America for other scholars to browse and search.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://viraltexts.northeastern.edu
Access Model: Open Access


Page-Level Genre Metadata for English-Language Volumes in HathiTrust, 1700-1922
Grant details: HD-51787-13
Title: Page-Level Genre Metadata for English-Language Volumes in HathiTrust, 1700-1922
Author: Underwood, Ted
Abstract: Page-by-page genre predictions for 854,476 English-language volumes printed between 1700 and 1922, keyed to the texts in HathiTrust Digital Library. This research was supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Council of Learned Societies. The genre predictions were produced by an ensemble of regularized logistic classifiers, and are intended to support research that explores broad trends in literary history. Since volumes usually contain multiple genres, page-level metadata is necessary to create machine-readable collections in a particular genre.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: https://figshare.com/articles/Page_Level_Genre_Metadata_for_English_Language_Volumes_in_HathiTrust_1700_1922/1279201
Primary URL Description: Figshare repository holds many different data files, listing volumes in literary genres, and also characterizing those volumes at a page level.
Access Model: Open access.


Word Frequencies in English-Language Literature
Grant details: HD-51787-13
Title: Word Frequencies in English-Language Literature
Author: Underwood, Ted
Author: Capitanu, Boris
Author: Organisciak, Peter
Author: Auvil, Loretta
Author: Bhattacharyya, Sayan
Author: Fallaw, Colleen
Author: Downie, J. Stephen
Abstract: Word frequencies for volumes of English-language literature, based on the metadata generated by Ted Underwood's NEH grant.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://analytics.hathitrust.org/genre
Access Model: Open access.


Coptic SCRIPTORIUM instance of ANNIS database
Grant details: HD-51907-14
Title: Coptic SCRIPTORIUM instance of ANNIS database
Author: Coptic SCRIPTORIUM
Abstract: Coptic SCRIPTORIUM text corpora published in the ANNIS search and visualization tool. For querying (simple or complex) the corpora. This database is regularly updated.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: https://corpling.uis.georgetown.edu/annis/scriptorium
Access Model: Open Access


Ancient Egyptian Architecture Online - Illustrated Standardized Terminology
Grant details: HG-50046-13
Title: Ancient Egyptian Architecture Online - Illustrated Standardized Terminology
Author: Willeke Wendrich
Author: Ulrike Fauerbach
Author: Martin Saelhof
Author: Stefan Seidlmayer
Author: Claudia Horning
Author: Christina Patterson
Author: Elizabeth McAulay
Author: Kristian Allen
Abstract: Terminology can be more confusing than enlightening, if it is unclear how a term is used. In Egyptology this is certainly the case, because Egyptian architectural terminology is different from that used in other historical architectural regions, such as in Classical architecture. Making use and expanding upon the architectural drawings and photographs of the AEGARON project, AEGARON-IST provides a well-thought out and vetted architectural terminology in three languages (English, German and Arabic). Each term is illustrated by actual examples, rather than idealized construction drawings. The database links to the Getty Thesaurus of Art and Architecture and has a built in hierarchical organization and definition of relationships.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://http://drupaldev.aegaron.ucla.edu/
Primary URL Description: This is the address of the development server where AEGARON-IST currently is tested on user experience. All assets (architectural drawings, photographs and the terminology database structure) are housed in the repository of the UCLA Digital Library for long term sustainable storage. The front-end, visible to the user is at present in development by the UCLA Institute for Digital Research and Education (IDRE). The front end has been programmed in Drupal, and will be housed in the Digital Library once the development phase has been finalized. The map viewer in this version has been completely re-designed. July 2016: the development site suddenly lost contact with the library servers. The team is trouble shooting this situation, which we hope will be solved soon, so that the site can go live.
Secondary URL: http://http://dai.aegaron.ucla.edu/
Secondary URL Description: This is the original AEGARON site, which only contains architectural plans, but not yet the terminology (end result of HG-50012-09). The functionality of this site has been improved in the Drupal version of AEGARON-ISt.
Access Model: Fully Open Access


Ancient Egyptian Architecture Online - Illustrated Standardized Terminology
Grant details: HG-50046-13
Title: Ancient Egyptian Architecture Online - Illustrated Standardized Terminology
Author: Willeke Wendrich
Author: Ulrike Fauerbach
Author: Martin Saelhof
Author: Stefan Seidlmayer
Author: Claudia Horning
Author: Christina Patterson
Author: Elizabeth McAulay
Author: Kristian Allen
Abstract: Terminology can be more confusing than enlightening, if it is unclear how a term is used. In Egyptology this is certainly the case, because Egyptian architectural terminology is different from that used in other historical architectural regions, such as in Classical architecture. Making use and expanding upon the architectural drawings and photographs of the AEGARON project, AEGARON-IST provides a well-thought out and vetted architectural terminology in three languages (English, German and Arabic). Each term is illustrated by actual examples, rather than idealized construction drawings. The database links to the Getty Thesaurus of Art and Architecture and has a built in hierarchical organization and definition of relationships.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://http://drupaldev.aegaron.ucla.edu/
Primary URL Description: This is the address of the development server where AEGARON-IST currently is tested on user experience. All assets (architectural drawings, photographs and the terminology database structure) are housed in the repository of the UCLA Digital Library for long term sustainable storage. The front-end, visible to the user is at present in development by the UCLA Institute for Digital Research and Education (IDRE). The front end has been programmed in Drupal, and will be housed in the Digital Library once the development phase has been finalized. The map viewer in this version has been completely re-designed. July 2016: the development site suddenly lost contact with the library servers. The team is trouble shooting this situation, which we hope will be solved soon, so that the site can go live.
Secondary URL: http://http://dai.aegaron.ucla.edu/
Secondary URL Description: This is the original AEGARON site, which only contains architectural plans, but not yet the terminology (end result of HG-50012-09). The functionality of this site has been improved in the Drupal version of AEGARON-ISt.
Access Model: Fully Open Access


The Dynamic Lexicon
Grant details: HH-50001-09
Title: The Dynamic Lexicon
Author: David Bamman
Abstract: The published form of the Dynamic Lexicon includes automatically generated lexical entries along with the underlying intermediate analysis used to generate them (including word-level alignments between source texts and their translations, and automatic morphological tagging and syntactic analysis for the Greek and Latin originals).
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://nlp.perseus.tufts.edu/lexicon/
Primary URL Description: A link to a description of the lexicon and downloads of the data
Access Model: All data is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike license.


China Biographical Database
Grant details: HJ-50173-14
Title: China Biographical Database
Author: Song Chen
Author: Peter K. Bol
Author: Hongsu Wang
Author: Shih-pei Chen
Author: Ho Hou Ieong
Author: Michael A. Fuller
Abstract: The China Biographical Database is an online relational database with biographical information about approximately 360,000 individuals as of April 2015, primarily from the 7th through 19th centuries. The data is meant to be useful for statistical, social network, and spatial analysis as well as serving as a kind of biographical reference.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k16229


Commonplace Cultures Database
Grant details: HJ-50185-14
Title: Commonplace Cultures Database
Author: Clovis Gladstone
Author: Glenn Roe
Author: Mark Olsen
Author: Robert Morrissey
Abstract: Search interface for the Commonplace Cultures project, allowing search and retrieval of text reuses from the ECCO corpus.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://commonplacecultures.uchicago.edu/
Primary URL Description: Search interface
Secondary URL: http://commonplacecultures.org/
Secondary URL Description: Project website
Access Model: Open access


Additions to Immigrant Stories archive
Grant details: HK-230916-15
Title: Additions to Immigrant Stories archive
Author: Various
Abstract: 50 digital stories were created and donated to the Immigrant Stories archive between August 2015 and June 2016
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://immigrants.mndigital.org/exhibits/show/immigrantstories-exhibit/page01


Asian Stoneware Jars
Grant details: HK-50037-12
Title: Asian Stoneware Jars
Author: Peter Grave
Abstract: The Asian Stoneware Jars project, authored by Peter Grave of the University of New England (Australia), is a data publication in Open Context that provides data on the likely provenance and production dynamics of large stone jars, many found in dozens of shipwrecks in the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Using a variety of analytical techniques to detect trace elements, Graves and his team identified that the stoneware vessels originated in at least seventeen discrete production zones ranging from southern China to Burma, providing insights on the transport of goods around the globe during the 14th- 17th centuries.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://opencontext.org/projects/4B16F48E-6F5D-41E0-F568-FCE64BE6D3FA
Primary URL Description: Asian Stoneware Jars: Element composition of Asian Stoneware Jars from the 9th - 19th centuries CE
Access Model: open access


Hoax: ghosts in 19th-c. British press
Grant details: HT-267285-19
Title: Hoax: ghosts in 19th-c. British press
Author: Gabi Keane
Author: David J. Birnbaum
Author: Emma Schwarz
Author: Mason Gobat
Author: Leif-Jöran Olsson
Abstract: This project aims to collect, annotate, and mediate newspaper- and periodical-reported ghost stories from 19th-c. Britain, with a location-focus on London. While researching and using available newspaper and periodical databases, I discovered a field largely dominated by large databases (archives), which contain either scans of broadsheets or collected books. A researcher can expect to use finding aids, record and note-taking tools, powerful search and filtering, plus visualization within an archive. But if the finding aids and search cannot index on data that drives the research questions, one can expect to rely only on proxies for their interests. In a perfect world, the research questions could guide the research tools, not the other way around. The project originated as a research station for an undergraduate thesis Locating Literature in the Ghost Hoax: an exploration of 19th-century print news media by Gabi Keane. Shortly after submission of the thesis, the project became a pedagogical tool for an National Endowment for the Humanities Institute for the Advancement of Digital Humanities grant application “Advanced digital editing”. The version of the application that you're currently using represents the laboratory edition created in support of the grant; it also represents an expression of the research questions the author stated in the original thesis. The idea of creating a dedicated project space for brief newspaper and periodical articles, collected by a common theme, is somewhat unusual among digital edition projects, as its subject matter tends to be based on manuscripts, like books, short stories, poems, or collected letters. These kinds of digital editions can privilege the [known] authors in a way that simply is not as useful in periodical studies, and thus many low-code publication tools did not account for some of the nuances of the corpus. With this project, we hope to model the way one may go about larger subject-focused periodical collections.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: http://hoax.obdurodon.org
Primary URL Description: The open-source code underlying the site is available at https://github.com/Pittsburgh-NEH-Institute/pr-app. An open-access running instance of the project is at http://hoax.obdurodon.org.
Secondary URL Description: Hoax: ghosts in 19th-c. British press
Access Model: MIT license (open access)


GitHub Repository
Grant details: HT-272418-20
Title: GitHub Repository
Author: Stephanie Buongiorno, David Kinney
Abstract: Repository containing code used for the Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics in-person workshop at the Santa Fe Institute.
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://github.com/stephbuon/faha
Access Model: Open Access


[in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film & Moving Image Studies, issue 2.4
Grant details: HT-50086-14
Title: [in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film & Moving Image Studies, issue 2.4
Author: Michael Talbott
Author: Allison de Fren
Author: Shane Denson
Author: Patrick Keating
Author: Jaap Kooijman
Abstract: This special issue of [in]Transition -- the first and only journal featuring peer reviewed videographic work -- featured five video essays by members of the NEH-funded workshop "Scholarship in Sound & Image."
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/intransition/issue-2-4
Primary URL Description: This is the [in]Transition site.


Karen Stories (Students at Washington Technology Magnet High School)
Grant details: LD-234222-16
Title: Karen Stories (Students at Washington Technology Magnet High School)
Author: Saengmany Ratsabout
Abstract: A collection of 11 Karen refugee immigrant digital stories. These short digital stories were written and produced by Karen students at Washington Technology Magnet School based on their experiences living in or leaving their countries of birth and living in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQ9-Tzr7Neq2CBqTdyCVeaS04fM6bSE4K
Primary URL Description: The Immigration History Research Center has created a playlist on it's Youtube Chanel for these digital stories. These stories will also be archived at the Minnesota Digital Library and the Digital Public Library of America.
Access Model: Open access


Diversity & Democracy: Winter 2017 Vol.20 No.1
Grant details: LD-234387-16
Title: Diversity & Democracy: Winter 2017 Vol.20 No.1
Author: Association of American Colleges and Universities
Abstract: Citizenship Under Siege Humanities in the Public Square The Preamble to the US Constitution speaks of “We the People”—but who counts as “We the People” is a hotly contested question. In Citizenship Under Siege, a project organized by AAC&U and The Democracy Commitment with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, seven community colleges used the humanities to explore this topic. Featuring the efforts of project participants and educators engaged in similar work, this issue of Diversity & Democracy illustrates the potential of the humanities to illuminate issues of identity and belonging.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://www.aacu.org/diversitydemocracy/2017/winter
Primary URL Description: This issue of Diversity & Democracy was funded in part through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Access Model: free online


The Banjo Project
Grant details: MN-263900-19
Title: The Banjo Project
Author: L. Marc Fields
Author: Shaun Clarke
Abstract: The Banjo Project is a digital museum and archive that honors the banjo as America's quintessential instrument, and the roles the banjo has played in the lives of Americans from its African roots to present day modern artists and bands. Brought to America by enslaved Africans, the banjo is an important product of three centuries of cultural exchanges, appropriations and face-to-face interactions, traveling between the margins and the mainstream, and its history should not be forgotten.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://banjo.emerson.edu
Primary URL Description: Home and landing page for The Banjo Project
Access Model: open access


Gallup New Deal Art Archive
Grant details: MT-268924-20
Title: Gallup New Deal Art Archive
Author: Rose Eason
Abstract: The digital archive of Gallup’s New Deal Art collection includes a complete artwork inventory, high resolution photographs of the 155 objects in the collection, artist portraits with image rights information, research files including many primary source materials, and a thorough bibliography
Year: 2020
Primary URL Description: The Archive is currently housed in a private Google Drive.
Access Model: Upon request


Gallup New Deal Art - Prototype
Grant details: MT-268924-20
Title: Gallup New Deal Art - Prototype
Author: gallupARTS
Abstract: A final draft of the Gallup New Deal Art virtual museum prototype presenting the digital archive and also extensive background content on the history of the New Deal, the history of Gallup’s New Deal art collection, and on the artists and art movements/styles/subjects represented in the collection, three “Special Exhibits," three “Guest-Curated Tours,” four “Creative Pairings”
Year: 2022
Primary URL: www.gallupnewdealart.org
Primary URL Description: The prototype is accessible from the above URL, which links directly to a Wordpress website. Sections built in Adobe AD open in separate tabs and take a minute to load. While you can go from Wordpress to XD, you cannot link to Wordpress from XD. To get return to the Wordpress site, refer back to the open tab.
Secondary URL: https://gnda.wpengine.com/about-the-exhibits/
Secondary URL Description: Link to WordPress presentation of multi-media aspects of the first draft of the Gallup New Deal Art prototype (special exhibits and creative content).
Access Model: Adobe XD and WordPress


Antioch Coin Archaeological Data
Grant details: MT-277057-21
Title: Antioch Coin Archaeological Data
Author: Kristina Neumann
Abstract: Download a digital database of coins excavated at the archaeological site of Antioch (Antakya, Turkey).
Year: 2022
Primary URL: https://syrios.uh.edu/Evidence/Download
Access Model: Open Access


Modernist Journals Project
Grant details: PA-50026-03
Title: Modernist Journals Project
Author: MJP
Abstract: Digital editions of periodicals in English published between 1890 and 1922.
Year: 2004
Primary URL: http://www.modjourn.org


Atlas of Historical County Boundaries
Grant details: PA-52072-06
Title: Atlas of Historical County Boundaries
Author: Newberry Library
Abstract: A project of the William M. Scholl Center for American History and Culture at The Newberry Library in Chicago, the Atlas of Historical County Boundaries is a powerful historical research and reference tool in electronic form. The Atlas presents in maps and text complete data about the creation and all subsequent changes (dated to the day) in the size, shape, and location of every county in the fifty United States and the District of Columbia. It also includes non-county areas, unsuccessful authorizations for new counties, changes in county names and organization, and the temporary attachments of non-county areas and unorganized counties to fully functioning counties. The principal sources for these data are the most authoritative available: the session laws of the colonies, territories, and states that created and changed the counties.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http://publications.newberry.org/ahcbp/


English Broadside Ballad Archive
Grant details: PA-52089-06
Title: English Broadside Ballad Archive
Author: Carl Stahmer
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Year: 2007
Primary URL: http://ebba.english.ucsb.edu
Primary URL Description: This is the website launched during the second-year report.
Access Model: Open


Alaska Digital Archives Museum of the Aleutians collections
Grant details: PB-274695-20
Title: Alaska Digital Archives Museum of the Aleutians collections
Author: Museum of the Aleutians
Abstract: Founded in 1997 through a partnership between the City of Unalaska, the Ounalashka Corporation, the Qawalangin Tribe, and the Aleut Corporation, the Museum of the Aleutians (MOTA) works to collect, preserve, and share the cultural history and prehistory of the Aleutian Islands region. Curating an actively growing Unangan, Russian-American, WWII, and local art collection, MOTA serves multicultural and multigenerational audiences, both locally and internationally.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://vilda.alaska.edu/digital/collection/mota
Primary URL Description: Alaska Digital Archives landing page for the Museum of the Aleutians digital collections.
Access Model: Open Access


Museum of the Aleutians Digital Aleutians collection
Grant details: PB-274695-20
Title: Museum of the Aleutians Digital Aleutians collection
Author: Museum of the Aleutians
Abstract: As the Covid-19 pandemic closed our doors in March 2020, we realized we needed a digtal outlet to bring our content to the wider world; and so Digital Aleutians was born. This site will not only host a digitized selection of our archaeological collections but will also be portal through which our online projects and exhibitions can be reached. This site is brought to you through the National Endowment of the Humanities CARES grant and through the support of our corporate sponsers: The Citizens of the City of Unalaska, the Ounalashka Corporation, the Aleut Corporation, Unisea, Rapp Marine, Matson, and Aleutian Chiropractic Health Center.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://www.digitalaleutians.org/s/digital-aleutians/page/Home
Primary URL Description: Landing page for the Museum of the Aleutians digitized collections and research and education resources.
Access Model: Open Access


Crafty Librarian Quarterly Newsletter
Grant details: PB-275445-20
Title: Crafty Librarian Quarterly Newsletter
Author: Beth Goodrich
Abstract: The Crafty Librarian newsletter offers an insider's connection to the American Craft Council Library & Archives. Curated by ACC librarian Beth Goodrich, this quarterly newsletter features recommended reading and resources, updates on what we're working on, news from the craft reference world, rare finds from our collections, and more.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.craftcouncil.org/library-archives/newsletter
Primary URL Description: American Craft Council Library Newsletter
Secondary URL: https://www.craftcouncil.org/sites/default/files/2020-10/library-quarterly-issue-1-fall-2020.pdf
Secondary URL Description: American Craft Council Library Newsletter, first edition
Access Model: Open Access


2020 American Craft Council College of Fellows
Grant details: PB-275445-20
Title: 2020 American Craft Council College of Fellows
Author: Beth Goodrich
Abstract: An open-access online compendium containing thousands of unique images, documents, and media, the ACC Digital Collections detail the history of contemporary craft in America. From ACC newsletters and photographs to firsthand documentation of major national craft exhibitions, the digital collections offer makers, scholars, and craft appreciators a glimpse at some of the ACC Library’s most invaluable resources. Included are materials documenting the biennial ACC Awards Program, including the ACC College of Fellows, the Gold Medal for Consummate Craftsmanship, the Award of Distinction, and the Aileen Osborn Webb Award for Philanthropy.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://digital.craftcouncil.org/digital/collection/p15785coll13/search/searchterm/college%20of%20fellows%202020/order/creato/ad/asc
Access Model: Open Access


Achumawi.db
Grant details: PD-250041-16
Title: Achumawi.db
Author: Bruce Nevin
Abstract: Product of ongoing work. Snapshots, in the form of backup files, are posted at http://zelligharris.org/achumawi-db.html for researchers and members of the Pit River (Achumawi) tribe. Annually on or about July 1 a snapshot is archived at the American Philosophical Society.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://zelligharris.org/achumawi-db.html
Primary URL Description: Instructions for downloading the database backup file; for downloading and installing the database software, fonts, keyboard customization, etc.; and for creating one's local mirror of the database by using the database software to 'restore' the most recent backup file.
Access Model: Open access


Niels Fock & Eva Krener Collection from a Cañari Village, Juncal, Cañar, Ecuador
Grant details: PD-260978-18
Title: Niels Fock & Eva Krener Collection from a Cañari Village, Juncal, Cañar, Ecuador
Author: Eva Krener
Author: Niels Fock
Abstract: The photographs in this collection are the result of research on adaptation to the physical and political environment of the indigenous Cañarí of Juncal, Ecuador, as well as their concept of the world. Anthropologists Niels Fock and Eva Krener did this research from September 1973 to August 1974, and from August 1977 to January 1978. Their work was made possible with the financial support of the Government Council of Humanist Studies and the Un