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    Workshops for Community College Faculty Summer 2012 The National Endowment for the Humanities is an independent grant-making agency of the federal government.
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      Workshops for

      Community College Faculty

      Summer 2012

      The National Endowment for the Humanities is an independent grant-making
      agency of the federal government. NEH Landmarks Workshops provide the
      opportunity for community college educators to engage in intensive study
      and discussion of important topics in American history and culture.
      These one-week programs give participants direct experiences in the
      interpretation of significant historical and cultural sites and the use
      of archival and other primary evidence. Landmarks Workshops present the
      best scholarship on a specific landmark or related cluster of landmarks,
      enabling participants to gain a sense of the importance of historical
      places, to make connections between what they learn in the Workshop and
      what they teach, to advance their own scholarship, and to develop
      enhanced teaching materials.

      Amount of Award
      Faculty selected to participate will receive a stipend of $1,200.
      Stipends help cover living expenses, books, and travel expenses to and
      from the Workshop location.

      Eligibility
      Full-time faculty members, part-time lecturers, and adjunct faculty at
      American community colleges are eligible to participate. An applicant
      need not have an advanced degree in order to qualify.

      Applicants must be United States citizens, residents of U.S.
      jurisdictions, or foreign nationals who have been residing in the United
      States or its territories for at least the three years immediately
      preceding the application deadline. Foreign nationals teaching abroad at
      non-U.S. chartered institutions are not eligible to apply.

      Applicants must complete the NEH application and provide all of the
      information requested to be considered eligible.

      An individual may apply to up to two NEH Summer Programs in any one year
      (Landmarks Workshops, Summer Seminars, or Summer Institutes), but may
      participate in only one. Please note that eligibility criteria differ
      between the Landmarks Workshops and the Seminars and Institutes
      programs.

      How to Apply
      Please visit Workshop websites for expanded descriptions and detailed
      application information. You may request information about as many
      Workshops as you like, but as noted above, you may apply to no more than
      two programs and may participate in only one.

      Please note: The application deadline is March 1, 2012 (postmark).

      Information
      Please direct all questions concerning individual NEH Landmarks
      Workshops, as well as all requests for application materials, to the
      appropriate information contact person listed below for each program.

      Equal Opportunity
      Endowment programs do not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
      national origin, sex, disability, or age. For further information about
      the NEH EEO policy, write to NEH Equal Opportunity Officer, 1100
      Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20506. TDD: 202/606-8282
      (for the hearing impaired only).

      ________________________________

      African-American History and Culture in the Georgia Lowcountry: Savannah
      and the Coastal Islands, 1750-1950
      Savannah, GA: June 10-16 or June 17-23
      Locations: Ossabaw Island and Sapelo Island, and several sites in the
      Savannah Historic District, including the city's Historic Squares, the
      Beach Institute Neighborhood, the Jepson Center for the Arts, the
      Telfair Museum, and the Georgia Historical Society
      Stan Deaton, Georgia Historical Society
      Information:
      Charles Snyder
      Georgia Historical Society
      501 Whitaker Street
      Savannah, GA 31401
      912/651-2125, ext.40
      csnyder@...
      http://ghslandmarks.wordpress.com/

      Along the Shore: The Landmarks of Brooklyn's Industrial Waterfront
      Brooklyn, NY: June 3-9 or June 17-23
      Locations: the Brooklyn Bridge; various sites in Brooklyn Heights
      including the Promenade, the Brooklyn Historical Society, and Plymouth
      Church; the Brooklyn Navy Yard; the Newtown Creek (from the water);
      Coney Island; DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass);
      Greenpoint
      Richard E. Hanley, Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center
      Information:
      Richard E. Hanley, Ph.D.
      Director, Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center
      Professor, Department of English
      New York City College of Technology
      300 Jay Street
      Brooklyn, NY 11201
      718/260-5230
      AlongtheShore@...
      http://www.citytech.cuny.edu/alongtheshore

      Concord, Massachusetts: Feminists, Utopians, and Social Reform in the
      Age of Emerson and Thoreau
      Concord, MA: July 8-14 or July 15-21
      Locations: Walden Pond; Brook Farm; Fruitlands; various Concord sites:
      Emerson House, Louisa May Alcott House, Old Manse, Concord Museum
      Sterling F. Delano and Diane Whitley Bogard, Community College
      Humanities Association
      Information:
      David A. Berry, Project Manager
      Community College Humanities Association
      c/o Essex County College
      303 University Avenue
      Newark, NJ 07102
      973/877-3577
      berry@...
      http://www.ccha-assoc.org ; http://www.ccha-concord.org

      Georgia O'Keeffe: Santa Fe, Abiquiu, and the New Mexico Landscape
      Santa Fe, Taos, and Abiquiu, NM: June 17-23 or June 24-30
      Locations: Santa Fe: Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, the Palace of the
      Governors, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of Spanish
      Colonial Art, New Mexico Museum of Art. Taos: St. Francisco de Asis
      Church, Taos Pueblo, Millicent Rogers Museum, Mabel Dodge Luhan home.
      Abiquiu: Ghost Ranch.
      Kathy A. Fedorko, Community College Humanities Association; Middlesex
      County College, Edison, NJ
      Information:
      David A. Berry, Project Manager
      Community College Humanities Association
      c/o Essex County College
      303 University Avenue
      Newark, NJ 07102
      973/877-3577
      berry@...
      http://www.ccha-okeeffe.org

      Legacies and Landmarks of the Plains Native Americans
      Columbus, NE: June 17-22 or June 24-29
      Locations: Columbus, NE with site visits to: Pawnee Indian Village,
      Republic, KS; Genoa U. S. Indian School; Joslyn Art Museum and Historic
      Old Market, Omaha, NE; and the Omaha Indian Reservation, Macy and
      Walthill, NE
      Dianna Parmley and Kathryn Ballobin, Central Community College
      Information:
      Karin Rieger
      Central Community College
      4500 63rd Street
      P.O. Box 1027
      Columbus, NE 68602-1027
      402/562-1222
      krieger@...
      http://www.cccneb.edu/nativeamericans

      The War of 1812 in the Great Lakes and Western Territories
      Toledo, OH: July 22-27 or August 5-10
      Locations: The River Raisin Battlefield, Fort Meigs, and Perry's Victory
      and International Peace Monument
      Brian Schoen, Ohio University, and
      Elizabeth Hedler, Ohio Historical Society
      Information:
      Elizabeth Hedler
      Creative Learning Factory at the Ohio Historical Society
      800 East 17th Avenue
      Columbus, OH 43211
      614/297-2538
      ehedler@...
      www.1812landmarkscollege.org

      ________________________________

      NEH Information
      General questions concerning the National Endowment for the Humanities'
      Landmarks Workshops Program may be directed to 202-606-8463 or
      landmarks@....





      Dianne Lynn Chidester, Assistant Professor

      Anthropology & Sociology

      Greenville Technical College

      P.O. Box 5616 MS 1042

      Greenville, SC 29607



      864-250-8729







      "You've got to be taught to hate and fear

      You've got to be taught from year to year

      It's got to be drummed in your dear little ear

      You've got to be carefully taught"

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