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Digital Humanities Seed Grants - Proposals Due November 1

IDRH is pleased to announce the return of our Digital Humanities Seed Grants programs.

DH Seed grants are intended to support KU faculty and academic staff as they plan or pilot a collaborative digital humanities project, which will, with seed grant support, result in a more competitive subsequent external funding application. Proposals should be for the initial stages of a digital research project in the humanities, and should include a commitment to apply within a year for a specific external funding opportunity.

Seed grants may be used to create pilot projects, develop ideas via a workshop, attend workshops, support project-related travel, hold a substantial planning or brainstorming session, or similar activities.

DEADLINE:  November 1st, 2019 at 11:59pm

AMOUNT: Up to $15,000.  Partial funding of projects is common.

For full guidelines and application instructions, see http://idrh.ku.edu/seedgrants

 



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