Articles with keyword "Digital Humanities Implementation Grants"
Funded by a Digital Humanities Implementation Grant, researchers at the University of Minnesota are scaling up an initiative to create, collect, and share stories from recent immigrants and refugees to the United States.
An interview with Mary Flanagan, director of Tiltfactor Lab at Dartmouth and leader of the ODH-funded Metadata Games project, an open-source platform for crowdsourcing cultural heritage.
This year, we have made one substantive addition to the guidelines: a special call that asks applicants to re-envision past work in innovative and ambitious ways.
The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce seven awards from our Digital Humanities Implementation Grants program from our February 2014 deadline.
Several projects funded by NEH's Office of Digital Humanities have been featured in the news recently. Some highlights include articles on acoustic modeling of John Donne's sermons, mapping "infectious texts" from historic newspapers, the history of disease in a cross-cultural and geographically diverse set of mummies, and a profile of digital approaches to the 18th century "Republic of Letters."
The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce 6 awards from the second round of our Digital Humanities Implementation Grants program from our January 2013 deadline.
From 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on September 20th during 2012 NEH Office of Digital Humanities Project Directors at the National Endowment for the Humanities, the recent ODH grantees will give the public a sneak preview of 34 ground-breaking projects that apply cutting-edge technology to high quality research in the humanities. Project directors from the Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, the Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants, and the new Digital Humanities Implementation Grants will be discussing their work.
On Wednesday, June 22, at the Digital Humanities 2011 conference at Stanford University, the ODH officially announced our new grant program, Digital Humanities Implementation Grants (or DHIG, for short).