National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) – Research and Development

Country: United States

Tier 1: $75,000; Tier 2: $350,000

Total Funds Available: $1,200,000
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Tier 1: 1-2-years; Tier 2: 1-3-years

May 18, 2021

Summary

In response to the destruction of cultural heritage materials worldwide, NEH encourages applications for projects that study, document, or create digital representations of lost or imperiled cultural heritage materials. Proposed projects should be based on scholarly work and follow standards and best practices. Project teams must include appropriate methodological specialists and humanities scholars. Projects must demonstrate the capacity to be sustained and must be widely accessible to the public. The Research and Development program is especially appropriate for projects related to the development of tools, methods, technologies, or workflows for documenting, sharing, visualizing, and presenting lost or imperiled cultural heritage materials.

Application Protocol

Apply via Grants.gov.

Grant Website

https://www.neh.gov/grants/preservation/research-and-development

Theme

Archives, Digitization, Heritage, Museums, Research, Technology, Web Resources

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