Ann Hagedorn has published again – this time exploring the privatization of the nation’s security apparatus. The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security analyzes how private military and security companies became an industry that assists US troops in combat zones, guards embassies, and develops counterterrorism strategies.
Ohio Humanities has recently updated its grant guidelines and application, project narrative questions, and a detailed budget form. There are updated Educator Enrichment set of special notes. Contact a program officer with questions or ideas.
Ohio Humanities Speakers Bureau is one of our most popular programs and our speakers have traveled to every county in Ohio to present fascinating topics for organizations seeking quality programming. These programs are affordable and easy to arrange.
NEH Grant Recipients in Ohio
Congratulations to Kent State University and the Ohio History Connection upon the award of grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities. In its latest funding round, NEH awarded $34 million to support 177 projects. The awards to Ohio institutions will support professional development opportunities for teachers.
William “Bro” Adams Confirmed as Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities. NEH has the full story here.
Consider one or more of our newest speakers for your organization’s next meeting or function. Click the speaker's name for more information on their presentations and contact information.
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