Loyola scholar wins National Endowment for Humanities award
Posted by loyolastudentdispatch on June 15, 2010
Loyola University Chicago English Professor Pamela Caughie received one of 120 grant awards from the National Endowment for the Humanities for her research into author Virginia Woolf.
Caughie, a noted Woolf scholar, received a $175,000 grant for her work to expand Woolf Online with the electronic edition of To the Lighthouse with critical and contextual materials.
Caughie’s award was among the $20 million in grant awards and offers by the National Endowment for the Humanities. New funding supports a wide variety of projects nationwide, including traveling exhibitions, collaborative research, scholarly editions, advanced scholarly training in digital humanities, digitization of historic newspapers, programming offered by state humanities councils, and preservation of cultural heritage collections.
Read more about Caughie at here Wikipedia site.
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