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|Institution:||Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG); The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Bonn; Washington|
The German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft e.V.,
DFG) and The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in the United
States and are working together to offer support for projects in the digital humanities.
1. 2008 Call for Joint Digitization Projects:
These grants provide funding for up to three years of development in any
of the following areas: (i) new digitization projects and pilot
projects, (ii) the addition of important materials to existing
digitization projects and (iii) the development of related
infrastructure to support international digitization work and the use of
those digitized resources.
Guidelines for this call are available below.
The receipt deadline is 15 October 2008.
2. 2008 Call for Bilateral Symposia and Workshops:
Proposals for Bilateral Symposia or Workshops can focus on any area of
the digital humanities, including, but not limited to: (i) capacity
building or networking workshops to prepare for future collaborative
humanities projects based around a single theme, technology, media form
or scholarly discipline, (ii) comparing and discussing the needs of
researchers in both the U.S. and Germany and their uses of digitized
resources, and (iii) exploring possible and existing use of information
technology in the humanities in both communities.
Guidelines for this call will be available in late-August. Please
contact Dr. Max Voegler (max.voegler
when they are available.
The receipt for deadlines has been extended to 2 November 2008.
Dr. Max Voegler
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