Dangers and Opportunities of Technology: Perspectives from the Humanities
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The Dangers and Opportunities of Technology: Perspectives from the Humanities (DOT) program supports humanistic research that examines the relationship between technology and society. NEH is particularly interested in projects that examine current social and cultural issues that are significantly shaped by technology.
Technology has had an enormous impact on modern society, affecting how we work, communicate, learn, engage in the political process, and live. The relationship between technology and culture continues to have dramatic impacts, both positive and negative, on our health, the environment, our social interactions, our government, cultural and educational institutions, the arts, and nearly all other aspects of life.
The program supports projects led by individual researchers (up to $75K) and by collaborative teams (up to $150K).
- Eligible applicants are organizations, not individuals.
- NEH will not review proposals if they are incomplete or materially nonresponsive. (e.g., a required component or attachment is missing).
- NEH will declare applications that do not comply with all mandatory requirements (e.g., page limits) ineligible.
- Two or more applications for federal funding and/or approved federal award budgets are not permitted to include overlapping project costs.
There will be a pre-application webinar October 20, 2022, 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Register here.
Read the Notice of Funding Opportunity to ensure you understand the expectations and restrictions for projects delivered under this grant and are prepared to write the most effective application.
- Dangers and Opportunities of Technology: Perspectives from the Humanities Notice of Funding Opportunity, 2023
- Dangers and Opportunities of Technology: Perspectives from the Humanities Grants.gov application package
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