A. L.
January 2007
Humanities;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p41
The article presents information related to humanities in the U.S. "Pursuit of Happiness" is the theme for the 2007 We the People Bookshelf, the annual program which offers fifteen classic children's books free to two thousand libraries across the country. NEH is offering a new grant category that provides up to $1 million for traveling exhibitions. The most comprehensive source for early English publications, "The English Short Title Catalogue" is now available free online at www.estc.bl.uk.


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