National Endowment for the Humanities Grant

UMSI graduate students who organized the Leo Sarkisian materials received from VOA, Oct. 3, 2015. Front (l-r): Elena Colon-Marrero, Kayla Carucci, Miriama Weaver, Sarah Leibovitz, Tessa Wakefield, Rebecca Wilden, Lizzie Edgar; Back (l-r): Tricia Chua, Walker Boyle, Benjamin Bond, Liz Gadelha, Richard Byler, Jeremy Evans, Leigh Gialanella, Aaron Kilgore, Rebecca Chung, Associate Professor Paul Conway.

The National Endowment for the Humanities provided partial funding for a two-year project to digitize and make available unique recordings of Music Time in Africa broadcast between 1966 and 1996. At this page you will find links to the NEH grant proposal and the project’s final report, along with a list of the people involved in completing the project in 2018.