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      7,273  Grants awarded for  $3,412,604,475
      GranteeProjectDateAmountLocationProgram 
      Association for Asian Studies, Inc.Bibliography of Asian Studies06/15/83$125,000Ann Arbor, MI, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Duke UniversityCanadian Studies06/15/83$500,000Durham, NC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Harvard UniversityCambridge History of China06/15/83$21,000Cambridge, MA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Library of CongressPreservation Internships06/15/83$135,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyArt History Conference06/15/83$20,000Cambridge, MA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      National Humanities CenterYoung Scholars06/15/83$1,350,000Research Triangle Park, NC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      American Council of Learned SocietiesUniversities Service Center06/19/84$150,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      The Society for Classical StudiesPreservation Planning06/19/84$30,000Philadelphia, PA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Stanford UniversityUS-Mexico Project06/19/84$300,000Stanford, CA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      International Baccalaureate, North America, Inc.Secondary Education06/19/84$150,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of OxfordMellon Professorship06/19/84$1,000,000Oxford, United KingdomHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Virginia Union UniversityBlack Colleges Program06/19/84$175,000Richmond, VA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Woodrow Wilson International Center for ScholarsKennan Institute - Fellowships06/19/84$425,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Columbia UniversityDistinguished Achievement Award [Harris]03/14/08$1,500,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of California at IrvineNew Directions Fellowships 03/14/08$167,000Irvine, CA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of Wisconsin at MadisonNew Directions Fellowships [Zhou]03/14/08$197,000Madison, WI, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Mount Holyoke CollegeDeveloping New Curricular Architecture03/14/08$475,000South Hadley, MA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Reed CollegeFaculty Retirement03/14/08$700,000Portland, OR, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of Minnesota at Twin CitiesHonors Program 03/14/08$600,000Minneapolis, MN, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Tufts UniversityProject VUE03/14/08$689,000Medford, MA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Duke UniversityInternational Humanities Graduate Students01/26/09$50,000Durham, NC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Wittenberg UniversityForeign Language in Science and Math 01/26/09$30,000Springfield, OH, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignScholarly Annotation Tools 03/13/09$362,000Champaign, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      University of ChicagoDistinguished Achievement Award [Gunning]03/13/09$1,500,000Chicago, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
      Northwestern UniversityNew Directions Fellowships [Qader]03/13/09$156,000Evanston, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities