Deadline: March 20, 2022
The Digital Humanities Initiative at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute is offering Digital Humanities Summer Research Grants to humanities Ph.D. students interested in developing their DH knowledge and projects. The grants are considered non-compensatory awards.
Grant recipients will be expected to consult with Duke Digital Humanities Initiative faculty/staff on their project plans upon receiving the award, to participate in at least one PhD Lab group meeting of grantees in Spring 2022, and to present their grant outcomes at a PhD Lab group event in Fall 2022. Grantees will also be encouraged to join the DHI community at events, workshops and other activities throughout the year.
Awards will be $2,750, paid out in May and June 2022. The deadline is March 20 with notifications by April 1.
Learn more and apply.