Introduction to Digital Humanities Funding
The Center for Digital Humanities, the Princeton University Library and the Office of the Dean for Research invite humanities scholars (faculty, postdocs, staff and other researchers and collaborators) to an information session to learn about seeking funding for digital humanities projects. We will offer an overview of the types of federal funding available from NEH, how to develop collaborative humanities projects, campus resources and partners, and some grantseeking basics. Scholars at all levels of experience are welcome—including those who are actively seeking project funding or those who are just getting started with grantseeking and/or digital humanities.
The presentation will be led by Jennifer Speed (Office of the Dean for Research), Jennifer Grayburn (Princeton University Library), and Natalia Ermolaev (Center for Digital Humanities).
The information session will take place at the CDH on B Floor of Firestone Library or on Zoom.
For in-person attendees, lunch will be available beginning at 11:30 am.
To RSVP, please fill out this form by November 21. Those who register for the Zoom option will receive the link via email.
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