In advance of our annual meeting, we’ve published major updates to NEHforAll.org. The site now hosts dozens of new profiles that highlight humanities programs from Hawai’i to Maine. New features, including interactive maps and pop-out facts and figures, highlight the geographic range of the NEH’s impact and data we have collected in recent months.
On the site you can now:
- Learn more about the impact of the NEH’s summer professional development programs for teachers. A new map plots out where these teachers (11,000 of them) came from between 2012 and 2017.
- Explore how the NEH’s funding for major conservation institutions supports the care of collections throughout the United States.
- See how the NEH’s partnerships with institutions like the Mid-America Arts Alliance, the American Library Association, and the Gilder Lehrman Institute for American History bring public programming to libraries, museums, and historical societies all over the country.
- Browse newspapers—digitized as part of the NEH and the Library of Congres’s Chronicling America initiative—by location.
- Explore our resources, including a number of downloadable, printable briefs that showcase the effect of NEH funding across twelve impact areas.
We’ll continue updating the site in the months to come, profiling new organizations, creating new maps, and showcasing new data as our research continues. For now, we hope this is a more useful tool for those who—like us—are invested in spotlighting the role the NEH, and the humanities more broadly, play in preserving our history and strengthening our communities.