These grants are provided through the “Resilient Networks to Support Inclusive Digital Humanities” project. Supported by an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant, the Resilient Networks initiative brings together Rice University, George Washington University, Davidson College and Prairie View A&M University to advance digital humanities (DH) scholarship by developing diverse perspectives, shared pedagogical approaches, and partnerships. This two-year project will establish a network of institutions to share and build expertise in and support for digital humanities instruction and research.
These grants are awarded as stipends or research accounts. Awarded faculty will be expected to lead at least one workshop session on their project. Each awarded project will also receive support for two students to work on the project at a later date, though the students may be at a member institution different from that of the faculty. The projects will be matched with librarians from member institutions and are expected to share findings, methodology, data, and any software developed as part of the award.
Please see http://hrc.rice.edu/Calls-deadlines for more information.