Do you know who will read your proposal? This posts identifies some of the audiences who will read your proposal, and the questions they will ask.
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The freighter stuck in the Suez Canal inspires a series of memes on Library Twitter.
Have you heard of regular expressions before and wondered how to make use of them? This post is for someone who has asked this question. It assumes a basic u...
Have you been looking for grants, fellowships, or awards that can be used to support artistic and expressive projects? This post presents a webinar from Dece...
Speaking with a funder can be an effective way to see how your work best fits with current opportunities and priorities. This post offers pointers for how to...
This post continues the “Wrangling NEH Data” topic and demonstrates how to map the geographic distribution of NEH funds across different states using grant d...
This post continues the “Wrangling NEH Data” series. This installment cleans and transforms the original data to create a geospatial dataset.
After moving this site to jekyll, I developed a new python script to automatically generate individual pages for my teaching experiences. This post provides ...
This post begins a series that will walk through basic steps in a data preservation and analysis workflow. This step walks through the process of creating es...
Researchers in the arts and humanities often seek support for their work through fellowships and other awards that support single investigators. But don’t fo...
Ever wondered how to apply for a federal grant for your arts project? This post summarizes some of the current grant and fellowship programs for artists and ...
What paths might a career in ethnomusicology take? While teaching and research in academia are the most common, there are many varieties. This talk explored ...
A condensed version of my introductory remarks at a panel of audio archives projects at the National Endowment for the Humanities “Play/back” symposium on au...