LINGUIST List 8.1644

Mon Nov 17 1997

Confs: NEH 1998 SUMMER SEMINARS AND INSTITUTES

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  1. Arnold, Douglas, NEH Seminars & Institutes for College Teachers, Summer 1998

Message 1: NEH Seminars & Institutes for College Teachers, Summer 1998

Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 15:51:00 -0500
From: Arnold, Douglas <DArnoldneh.gov>
Subject: NEH Seminars & Institutes for College Teachers, Summer 1998



 NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES
 1998 SUMMER SEMINARS AND INSTITUTES
 FOR COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY TEACHERS


 Each summer the National Endowment for the Humanities
 supports study opportunities for educators to strengthen
 humanities teaching and scholarship in the nation's colleges
 and universities.

 Chinese philosophy, the environment and world history,
 Rome's Renaissance palaces, Bertolt Brecht in Berlin, and
 ethnicity and culture in New York City are a few of the
 topics that college and university teachers will address
 this summer in 25 NEH summer seminars and institutes.

 View the complete slate of summer study opportunities for
 college and university teachers on the NEH home page:
 < http://www.neh.fed.us/html/seminar2.html >.

 Information and application forms for specific seminars and
 institutes are available from their directors. Participant
 applications are due March 1, 1998.

 For printed copies of the slate of seminars and institutes:
 202/606-8463; researchneh.fed.us.
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