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  • $180,533

    Federalism and the South


    Recipient: (Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 USA) in affiliation with University of Alabama

    Goal: To support a scholarly conference and eight regional symposia on the historic role of federalism and the Constitution in southern life. The papers presented will be published in a special issue of the Alabama state history magazine.

    Grant: 154766 / GB-20132-87,   Category: American History,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1987

  • $150,000

    The Northwest Ordinance: Liberty, and Justice for All


    Recipient: (Bloomington, IN 47405 USA) in affiliation with Indiana University Alumni Association

    Goal: To support promotion of educational programs for the general public and a scholarly conference on the history and significance of the Northwest Ordinanceto commemorate its Bicentennial.

    Grant: 154760 / GB-20112-87,   Category: American History,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1987

  • $132,875

    Jefferson Meetings on the Constitution


    Recipient: (Washington, DC 20036 USA) in affiliation with Jefferson Foundation

    Goal: To support a symposium in Washington, D.C., and a series of regional meetings to examine proposed constitutional revisions in light of fundamental principles such as federalism and separation of powers.

    Grant: 154764 / GB-20130-87,   Category: American Government,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1987

  • $85,000

    Bicentennial Constitution Project


    Recipient: (San Marino, CA 91108 USA) in affiliation with University of California, San Diego (La Jolla, CA 92093 USA)

    Goal: To support, for secondary school teachers, a series of six lectures, a scholarly symposium, a major exhibit, and a workshop on the subject of constitutionalism and nation-building in the United States and Latin America.

    Grant: 154762 / GB-20118-87,   Category: American History,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1987

  • $43,213

    Liberty and Equality: Theory and Practice in American Constitutional Life, II


    Recipient: (Santa Barbara, CA 93106 USA) in affiliation with Robert Hutchins Center for Study of Democratic Insitutions

    Goal: To support the second year of a three-year Bicentennial program consisting of public lectures, public forums or dialogues, and the publication of the lec- tures and dialogues in the Center's magazine.

    Grant: 154763 / GB-20129-87,   Category: American Government,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1987

  • $8,757

    Conference: Free Soil and the Constitution


    Recipient: (Ripon, WI 54971-0000 USA) in affiliation with Ripon College (Ripon, WI 54971 USA)

    Goal: To support a public conference on the Free Soil Party of the 1850s and the party's interpretation of the Constitution.

    Grant: 154765 / GB-20131-87,   Category: American History,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1987

  • $343,689

    A New Order of the Ages: The American Constitutional Heritage


    Recipient: (Montclair, CA 91763 USA) in affiliation with Claremont Institute (Claremont, CA 91711-6163 USA)

    Goal: To support a three year project of annual conferences, a lecture series, a speaker's bureau, local library exhibits and publications designed to examine and elucidate the continuing relevance of the political thoughts of the Amer- ican Founding.

    Grant: 154750 / GB-20035-86,   Category: American History,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $250,000

    A Decade of Study of the Constitution


    Recipient: (Washington, DC 20036 USA) in affiliation with American Enterprise Institute

    Goal: To support a series of three conferences and three books of essays on consti- tutional issues.

    Grant: 154757 / GB-20097-86,   Category: Humanities,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $191,796

    The Bill of Rights: Theory and Development


    Recipient: (Cumberland, VA 23040 USA) in affiliation with Center for Judicial Studies

    Goal: To support a series of public symposia on the original intention and subsequentdevelopment and interpretation of the Bill of Rights. Two scholars will be paired for each session on a particular provision. One will speak on the original understanding; the other will address the contemporary understanding.

    Grant: 154752 / GB-20045-86,   Category: American Government,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $175,000

    THIS CONSTITUTION: A Bicentennial Chronicle


    Recipient: (Washington, DC 20036-0000 USA) in affiliation with American Political Science Association (Washington, DC 20036 USA)

    Goal: To support publication and distribution during 1987 and 1988 of THIS CONSTITU- TION: A BICENTENNIAL CHRONICLE.

    Grant: 154761 / GB-20116-86,   Category: American Government,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $150,000

    Economic Rights and the Constitution


    Recipient: (Bowling Green, OH 43403-0000 USA) in affiliation with Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH 43403 USA)

    Goal: To support a two-year program of public conferences on the history and philo- sophy of economic rights under the Constitution. The program will include two conferences, publications, and videotapes.

    Grant: 154754 / GB-20081-86,   Category: Law and Jurisprudence,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $150,000

    Bicentennial Symposia and Speakers Bureau on the Constitution


    Recipient: (Washington, DC 20006 USA) in affiliation with Federalist Society for Law and Public Pol. Stds.

    Goal: To support a two-year series of public conferences and lectures on the consti- tutional principles of separation of powers and economic liberties. The first conference will be held in Atlanta, the second in Chicago; the lectures will be held around the country; and printed material will be produced.

    Grant: 154755 / GB-20083-86,   Category: Law and Jurisprudence,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $150,000

    The New Federalist Papers


    Recipient: (Montclair, CA 91763 USA) in affiliation with Public Research, Syndicated

    Goal: To support the syndication of a series of newspaper articles commemorating the bicentennial of the Constitution.

    Grant: 154759 / GB-20109-86,   Category: Interdisciplinary,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $100,000

    Constituting and Reconstituting America: Two Hundred Years of American-European Dialogue


    Recipient: (New York, NY 10003 USA) in affiliation with New School (New York, NY 10011 USA)

    Goal: To support a two-year program of public conferences, lectures, and seminars on the 200-year dialogue between American and European thinkers on the American constitutional order. There will be printed materials in addition to two con- ferences and the series of lectures and seminars.

    Grant: 132051 / GB-20082-86,   Category: American Studies,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $100,000

    Constitution 200: Public Assemblies and A Reader to Celebrate the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution


    Recipient: (Athens, GA 30602 USA) in affiliation with University of Georgia

    Goal: To support a one year program of public assemblies and a book, based on the papers and discussions in those assemblies, which will raise and examine the enduring constitutional principles and how they are adapted to changing circum-stances.

    Grant: 154749 / GB-20032-86,   Category: Interdisciplinary,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $100,000

    We the People: Citizenship and Political Life Under the United States Constitution


    Recipient: (Winston-Salem, NC 27109 USA) in affiliation with Wake Forest University

    Goal: To support a one-year program of studies and public courses on the political philosophy of the U.S. Constitution. Programs will include support for five Bicentennial Scholars in Residence, a public course, and printed materials.

    Grant: 154751 / GB-20043-86,   Category: American Government,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $84,078

    Equality and Liberty: Theory and Practice in American Constitutional Life


    Recipient: (Santa Barbara, CA 93106 USA) in affiliation with Robert Hutchins Center for Study of Democratic Insitutions

    Grant: 132052 / GB-20085-86,   Category: American Government,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $75,000

    State Constitutional Law in the Third Century of American Federalism: New Developments and Possibilities


    Recipient: (Ambler, PA 19002-0000 USA) in affiliation with Temple University (Philadelphia, PA 19122 USA)

    Goal: To support research on American federalism and a three-day public conference in1987 on state constitutional law with the participation of scholars in history,law, and political science; justices from state supreme courts; foreign juristsand scholars; and selected others. The proceedings will be published.

    Grant: 154756 / GB-20093-86,   Category: Humanities,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $42,207

    The Constitution and the American Presidency


    Recipient: (Geneseo, NY 14454-0000 USA) in affiliation with SUNY Research Foundation, College at Geneseo (Geneseo, NY 14454 USA)

    Goal: To support a series of public lectures and a conference on the Presidency and the Constitution.

    Grant: 154758 / GB-20102-86,   Category: American History,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • $40,000

    The Public Philosophy in a Pluralistic Society: Religion and State in the American Experience


    Recipient: (Tallahassee, FL 32306 USA) in affiliation with Florida State University

    Goal: To support a three-day conference entitled "The Public Philosophy in a Pluralistic Society: Religion and State in the American Experience."

    Grant: 132055 / GB-20119-86,   Category: American Studies,   Division: Public Programs,   Year Awarded: 1986

  • Endowment for the humanities grants to program Bicentennial Projects; items 1-21 of 32 with a total funding of $2,552,148.
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