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  • $150,000

    The Cold War and Human Security: Translations for the Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw Pact


    Recipient: (Berlin, FL 105557 Germany) in affiliation with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Daytona Beach, FL 32114 USA)

    Goal: The translation of 4,716 pages of Warsaw Pact documents from Polish, German, Russian, Hungarian, Czech, Bulgarian, and Romanian into English. (34 months)

    Description: The Parallel History Project (PHP) on NATO and the Warsaw Pact has published online around 10,000 pages of documents in Polish, German, Russian, Hungarian, Czech, Bulgarian, and Romanian relating to the history of the Warsaw Pact. An international group of well-known scholars will translate or oversee the translation of 4,716 pages of key documents from these seven languages into English. The documents, which come from the highest-level decision-making bodies of the Warsaw Pact, will provide new insights into the history of the Cold War: Why did it last so long? Why did it end when it did? Why did it not end in a nuclear conflagration? The new documents will also help historians trace the origins and development of "human security" as a novel theme in the theory and practice of international relations. The edited and annotated translations will be published online and made available to the public free of charge.

    Grant: 186333 / RZ-50701-07,   Category: History,   Division: Research Programs,   Program: Collaborative Research,   Year Awarded: 2007

  • $104,369

    The Industrial Revolution in Comparative Perspective


    Recipient: (Munich, Germany) in affiliation with University of Munich

    Grant: 151576 / FS-23070-96,   Category: European History,   Division: Education Programs,   Program: Seminars for College Teachers,   Year Awarded: 1996

  • $90,000

    The Industrial Revolution in Comparative Perspective


    Recipient: (Munich, Germany) in affiliation with University of Munich

    Grant: 151508 / FS-22851-94,   Category: European History,   Division: Education Programs,   Program: Seminars for College Teachers,   Year Awarded: 1994

  • $20,538

    Catalogue of Renaissance Latin Translations of Aristotle


    Recipient: (Freiburg, Germany) in affiliation with Renaissance Society of America (New York, NY 10016-4309 USA)

    Goal: To support the completion of a comprehensive catalogue of Latin translations ofAristotle from the Renaissance period.

    Grant: 159257 / RC-21842-90,   Category: History of Philosophy,   Division: Preservation and Access,   Program: Reference Materials - Access,   Year Awarded: 1990

  • $71,429

    Bibliography of Latin Translations of Aristotle


    Recipient: (Freiburg, Germany) in affiliation with Renaissance Society of America (New York, NY 10016-4309 USA)

    Goal: To provide continuing support for the completion of a catalog of Latin transla-tions of Aristotle.

    Grant: 159092 / RC-20465-83,   Category: Philosophy,   Division: Preservation and Access,   Program: Reference Materials - Access,   Year Awarded: 1983

  • $10,000

    Anthology of Pre-Modern Chinese Medical Literature


    Recipient: (Germany) in affiliation with Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD 21218 USA)

    Goal: To support translation of an anthology of essential writings from the history of Chinese medicine that demonstrate the increasing pluralism of therapeutic concepts in pre-modern China, over a period of 3,500 years.

    Grant: 137566 / RL-*0962-80,   Category: Humanities,   Division: Research Programs,   Program: Translations,   Year Awarded: 1980

  • $5,000

    The Grammar of Attic Inscriptions, Vol. I, BY Leslie L. Threatte, Jr.


    Recipient: (Germany) in affiliation with Walter de Gruyter, Inc. (USA)

    Grant: 138552 / RP-*1221-78,   Category: Humanities,   Division: Research Programs,   Program: Scholarly Publications,   Year Awarded: 1978

  • Endowment for the humanities grants to country Germany; items 1-7 of 7 with a total funding of $451,336.

 
 

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