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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Thanks to You!

We are pleased to report that funding for the NEH will increase by $8 million from last year’s sequester cut.

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National Endowment for the Humanities Grants Workshop

Mark Silver, Senior Program Officer in the Research Division at the NEH will conduct workshops in southern California in early February. Anyone interested in learning about NEH funding opportunities and application strategies is welcome to attend these public events. We will update you with more details close to the events. …

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Congratulations to Our New California Reads Grant Recipients

Congratulations to the 43 public libraries receiving grants for California Reads 2014! Focused on Karl Marlantes’ best-selling work of narrative non-fiction, What It Is Like to Go to War, our next statewide read will align with Cal Humanities’ new thematic initiative, War Comes Home, creating community-wide events across the state in …

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Congratulations to Our New Community Stories Grant Recipients

California Humanities is pleased to announce a new slate of Community Stories grant awards. The 17 projects from the August 2013 applicant pool approved for funding by the Board represent a wide variety of ways in which the California experience has been made manifest, ranging from stories of homeless people who …

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