Virtual institute connects scholars to explore, celebrate work of Zora Neale Hurston

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This summer, 25 scholars selected for an NEH Summer Institute will convene for an educational research collaboration hosted by The Project on the History of Black Writing at the University of Kansas. They won’t come to Lawrence, as is their custom, but “Hurston on the Horizon” will allow the participants to connect virtually from across the country. As one of 46 institutions funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, this year’s institute drew nearly 100 applicants, the largest in HBW’s history.

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