The extensive collection will be housed at the Institute of Jazz Studies in the Dana Cotton Library, the largest collection of jazz music-related materials in the world.
Scholars of music, music history, and related fields as well as health practitioners are invited to submit a proposal exploring the relation between music and physical, spiritual, and mental health.
Salisbury University has issued a call for proposals for its inaugural Chesapeake Studies conference, “Casting a Wide Net.” The interdisciplinary […]
Karen Kenton has held a leadership role in the NEH since 2011, when she became the senior program officer in the Division of Public Affairs.
Writing for The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia adds to an unparalleled public information source for the region and establishes authors as the go-to authorities on their subjects.
Proposals for this free workshop should examine the impact Asian aesthetics have had on American art and material culture.
In light of the devastating flood that ravaged Ellicott City, Maryland on May 27, Preservation Maryland has reactivated their Flood Recovery Fund.
On May 24, the Camden County History Alliance unveiled the first seven full-color markers, which will soon be installed on sites across the county.
Sharon Kennedy has served as the commission’s chairwoman since 2003. She recently came to a disagreement with the mayor over the fate of an illegally painted mural.
The New Directions in the Humanities sixteenth annual international conference will be held at the University of Pennsylvania in July.