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        188  Grants awarded for  $29,376,000
        GranteeProjectDateAmountLocationProgram 
        Columbia UniversitySawyer Seminars - Democracy & Inequality/Globalizing City Cultures12/15/00$210,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Emory UniversitySawyer Seminars - Contending with Conflict 12/15/00$110,000Atlanta, GA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Northwestern UniversitySawyer Seminars - Theater After Athens07/19/10$20,000Evanston, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of ChicagoSeminars - Comparative Cultures10/07/94$350,000Chicago, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Harvard UniversitySeminars - Comparative Cultures 10/07/94$300,000Cambridge, MA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of MichiganSeminars - Comparative Cultures10/07/94$300,000Ann Arbor, MI, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of North Carolina at Chapel HillSeminars - Comparative Cultures10/07/94$100,000Chapel Hill, NC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        National Humanities CenterSawyer Seminars - Liberal Cultures and Critics12/14/98$98,000Research Triangle Park, NC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        New York UniversitySawyer Seminars - City, Modernism, and Problems03/17/97$100,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Yale UniversitySawyer Seminars - Millenialism03/17/97$100,000New Haven, CT, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Yale UniversitySawyer Seminars - Genocide01/16/98$50,000New Haven, CT, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Columbia UniversitySawyer Seminars - Production of the Past & Heterarchies 03/16/98$200,000New York, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of California at BerkeleySawyer Seminars - Entrepreneurs and Enterepreneuralism03/16/98$100,000Berkeley, CA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of North Carolina at Chapel HillSawyer Seminars - The Concept and Consequences of Race 03/16/98$100,000Chapel Hill, NC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of PennsylvaniaSawyer Seminars - Power-Sharing in Deeply Divided Places06/16/06$120,000Philadelphia, PA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of SydneySawyer Seminars - The Antipodean Laboratory06/13/08$120,000Sydney, AustraliaHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Washington University in St. LouisSawyer Seminars - How Deep is the Ocean: The Rise and Fall of Jazz as Popular Music06/13/08$150,000St. Louis, MO, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of the WitwatersrandSawyer Seminars - Property, Race, and Poverty: Paradoxes of the Law and the Possibility of Justice in Contemporary South Africa06/19/09$150,000Johannesburg, South AfricaHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Washington University in St. LouisSawyer Seminars - Japan Embodied: New Approaches to Japanese Studies06/19/09$150,000St. Louis, MO, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of OxfordSawyer Seminars - Understanding Human Creativity: Ecologies and Practices of Invention06/18/10$175,000Oxford, United KingdomHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of California at IrvineSawyer Seminar: Suffer Well09/06/18$225,000Irvine, CA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of PittsburghSawyer Seminar: Information Ecosystems: Creating Data (and Absence) from the Quantitative to the Digital Age09/06/18$225,000Pittsburgh, PA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of North Carolina at Chapel HillSawyer Seminars - Reading Regions Globally: History, Place, and Power06/08/98$100,000Chapel Hill, NC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Northwestern UniversitySeminars - Comparative Cultures 10/07/94$200,000Evanston, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of CambridgeSawyer Seminars - Comparing Comparatisms06/06/13$175,000Cambridge, United KingdomHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities