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Fort Loudon: A British Outpost on the American Frontier

East Tennessee PBS
Knoxville

Fort Loudon: A British Outpost on the American Frontier is a thirty-minute televised program that will explore the capricious relationship between the British garrison soldiers at Fort Loudon and Fort Prince George, and the southern Overhill Cherokee Nation during the French and Indian War (1754-1763).

Fort Loudon: A British Outpost on the American Frontier is a thirty-minute televised program that will explore the capricious relationship between the British garrison soldiers at Fort Loudon and Fort Prince George, and the southern Overhill Cherokee Nation during the French and Indian War (1754-1763).

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Humanities Tennessee Grant Program

Humanities Tennessee conducts an annual grant competition that supports humanities educational projects designed to serve Tennesseans who are not employed by, or enrolled in, post-secondary educational institutions.

Proposals are ranked by an outside review panel according to the following criteria, and grants are made by the Humanities Tennessee Board based on these rankings:

Becoming the Volunteer State: Tennessee in the War of 1812

American Association of State and Local History
Nashville

Becoming the Volunteer State: Tennessee in the War of 1812 is a statewide traveling exhibit coinciding with the bicentennial of the War of 1812. The exhibit explores this defining moment in American history by exploring the international political framework of the early 19th century, the impact on the fledgling American democracy, and Tennessee's role in this critical event. Initiated by the War of 1812 Commission, the exhibit will complement a range of additional programming planned across the state throughout 2012.

Becoming the Volunteer State: Tennessee in the War of 1812 is a statewide traveling exhibit coinciding with the bicentennial of the War of 1812. The exhibit explores this defining moment in American history be exploring the international political framework of the early 19th century, the impact on the fledgling American democracy, and Tennessee's role in this critical event. Initiated by the War of 1812 Commission, the exhibit will complement a range of additional programming planned across the state throughout 2012.

Same Book, Same Time—Johnson City Reads Frankenstein

Johnson City Public Library
Johnson City

Johnson City Reads Frankenstein was a community-wide reading and discussion program of Mary Shelley's famous work. Project events included film screenings of early 20th century versions of the story, panel discussions centering on science and ethics, and a Chautauqua presentation of Mary Shelley's character. Events occurred over a six week period during a showing of the exhibition, Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature from the American Library Association.

Johnson City Reads Frankenstein was a community-wide reading and discussion program of Mary Shelley's famous work. Project events included film screenings of early 20th century versions of the story, panel discussions centering on science and ethics, and a Chautauqua presentation of Mary Shelley's character. Events occurred over a six week period during a showing of the exhibition, Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature from the American Library Association.

And Cain Rose up … A Study of Modern Genocides

B'Nai Israel Center for Jewish Studies
Lambuth University
Jackson