HMML awarded a major grant from NEH for vHMML 3.0
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded HMML an outright grant of $323,958 plus $42,430 in matching funds for development of vHMML (Virtual HMML) 3.0, a platform for manuscript studies.
vHMML 3.0 will offer users greater discoverability of manuscripts and associated metadata, and an enhanced ability to share data with other scholars and digital humanities projects.
HMML was one of 245 recipients nationwide, and its award among the largest of the 27 Digital Humanities Advancement Grants. More information is available on our News page. Learn more about vHMML.
NEH grants funds for HMML Mediterranean Summer Institute
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded the HMML a $162,330 grant to host the 2018 NEH Summer Institute “Thresholds of Change: Modernity and Transformation in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean, 1400-1700.” HMML was one of 245 grant recipients nationwide.
The Institute, which will take place from June 18-July 14, 2018, at HMML, will be open to college faculty members across the nation, and will immerse participants in an intensive introduction to Mediterranean Studies during the late medieval and early modern era.
Read more on the News page. More information on Institute details will be available in the coming months.
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