Pablo Gómez Awarded NEH Collaborative Grant

Professor Pablo GomezPablo Gómez portrait, in collaboration with Adriana Chira from Emory University, was awarded a highly competitive National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) collaborative grant for his project “Value, Self-Worth, and the Market in the Black Spanish Caribbean in the Age of Slavery.” This grant, whose final product will be a monograph, was one of only two NEH grants awarded to Wisconsin-based universities this cycle.

The NEH supported 280 humanities projects across the country with $41.3 million in grants. According to the NEH website, these grants “will support vital humanities education, research, preservation, and public programs.”

More details about the NEH grants that were awarded can be found on this website.