"As part of the National Endowment for the Humanities' (NEH) recent $20 million grant cycle, a few projects in Charlottesville stand to receive as much as a combined $1 million in funding. Four UVA projects—including an electronic archive of a 14th century poem, a seven-volume collection of the papers of George Washington and a two-year summer workshop series in digital scholarship—will receive funding, alongside a $193,693 grant to the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities."
"One of the reasons I was interested in doing this interview is because I feel like being wrong is really important to doing decent work. To do any kind of creative work well, you have to run at stuff knowing that it's usually going to fail. You have to take that into account and you have to make peace with it."
Go out there and be wrong today!
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