Grants • History
A VFH grant explores the largely untold story of hundreds of women, known as “human computers” who performed the complex calculations needed by the American space program.
Culture & Identity • History
What are the biggest challenges facing American society today? And how can the humanities solve them? NEH Chairman William “Bro” Adams has the answers.
40th Anniversary • History
Brendan Wolfe talks to Sue Perdue about People of the Founding Era, prosopography, and what it’s like to be the NSA of history.
Fellowships • Folklife • History
More than a hundred years ago, the Southern Industrial Educational Association began as the earliest philanthropic organization aimed at improving life in rural Appalachia.
History • Virginia Indians
Brendan Wolfe shares the story of Virginia Indian Paquiquineo with a group of teachers at the Virginia Conference for Social Studies Educators.
VFH Fellow Enlarges Database on Nineteenth-Century Voting Records
African American Heritage • Grants • History
The connections between Virginia and Liberia are complex and fascinating. This article from our Winter 2007 print newsletter untangles the complex history.
40th Anniversary • Culture & Identity • History
Grant project reaches beneath the surface of the Suffolk Water Trail.
40th Anniversary • Culture & Identity • Grants • History
VFH’s support for Historic Polegreen helps promote a greater, deeper understanding of how religious freedom emerged as one of the pillars of our democratic republic.