San Francisco's Chinatown in 1894. A History Project workshop to study Chinese history in California is one of the projects that received an NEH grant. (Getty Images)

NEH Bestows $250,000 in Grants to The History Project at UC Davis

The National Endowment for the Humanities recently awarded two grants to the University of California, Davis — one to advance kindergarten-through-12th-grade instruction on the Chinese experience in California history and the other to support an art history professor in her study of a medieval Armenian city.

The NEH announced 238 grants totaling $30 million on July 29, including a total of $250,000 to The History Project, part of the Department of History, and Professor Heghnar Zeitlian Watenpaugh. NEH grants support the preservation of historic collections, humanities exhibitions and documentaries, scholarly research, and educational opportunities for teachers.

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