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Happy Anniversary, NEH!

21 October on Announcements, Grants

Michigan State University hosted  a 50th Anniversary celebration at the Wharton Center on October 23, 2015. Featuring live performances, exhibitions, and presentations, the event will honor everything that the NEH and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has done for […]

 

The Quilt Index and AIDS Memorial Quilt Receive NEH Grant

04 March on Announcements, Grants, Quilts

The Quilt Index and the AIDS Memorial Quilt Digital Archive have been awarded over $320,000 from the Digital Humanities Implementation Grants program at the National Endowment for the Humanities. The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is one of the […]

 

The Public Philosophy Journal Awarded Grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

27 February on Announcements, Grants

The Public Philosophy Journal has received financial support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The Public Philosophy Journal, or PPJ, is an open access and open peer review journal. Upon its establishment, the PPJ will redefine the relationship between academic […]

 

MATRIX Receives NEH Grant for Archive of Malian Photography

25 February on Africa, Announcements, Digitization, Grants, Multimedia & Digital Archives

  MATRIX has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant to support the Archive of Malian Photography. Its mission is to digitize, catalog, preserve, and make internationally accessible the archives of four of Mali’s most important photographers: Abdourahmane Sakaly, […]

 

MATRIX Receives NEH Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities grant to organize Institute on Digital Archaeology Method & Practice

18 September on Digital Archaeology, Grants

MATRIX is very pleased to announce that, in collaboration with the Department of Anthropology, we have received a $249,708 Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to organize the Institute on […]

 

MATRIX Receives NEH Preservation & Access Grant for What America Ate Project

22 August on Announcements, Grants, History

MATRIX has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Preservation and Access Grant to digitize an array of materials related to food in the Great Depression. Working with Dr. Helen Veit in MSU’s Department of History and Dr. Peter Berg, […]

 

MATRIX Receives NEH Digital Implementation Grant for next phase of the Archaeological Resources Cataloging System (ARCS) Project

21 August on Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Informatics, Digital Archaeology, Grants

MATRIX is very pleased to announce that, in collaboration with the College of Arts and Letter and the Department of Art, Art History, and Design, we have received a $350,000 NEH Digital Implementation grant to continue the work on the […]

MATRIX Travels to Senegal to Train Students in 3D Digital Preservation and Dissemination of Archaeological Artifacts

14 January on Africa, Archaeology, Digital Archaeology, Digitization, Grants

In late December of 2012, MATRIX Director Dean Rehberger and Audio-Visual Lab Consultant Mike Green traveled to Senegal at part of a Smithsonian-funded pilot project that focused on creating 3D, digital representations of cultural heritage artifacts from the Gorée  Island […]

 

MATRIX Hosts NEH-Funded Workshop on Archiving and Disseminating Born-Digital Dissertations

08 August on Digitization, Grants, Multimedia & Digital Archives, New Web Technologies, Uncategorized

On Monday, August 7th, MATRIX launched a three-day workshop aimed at identifying preservation and dissemination strategies for born-digital dissertations. Generously funded by an NEH Digital Startup Grant, the workshop is organized by Liza Potts (Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities at […]

MATRIX, in partnership with the MSU Department of History, awarded Endangered Archives Grant from the British Library

23 May on Announcements, Digitization, Grants

The Mexican state of Oaxaca has a long and complicated history that is recorded in an vast historical archive. These artifacts, some dating back to the late fifteenth century, chronicle Mexico’s transition from a colonial to post-colonial state. The papers […]