- Must be digital humanities-based research question
- Project scope must fit within DHi’s sustainable technology infrastructure - digital collections based in Institutional Repository and contextualized within our DHi multisite content management system.
- Expect that projects will take 2 years to reach proof of concept stage
- Within the 2-year timeframe, expect to write a grant proposal with our support to further project development
- Emphasis on NEH grants for reviewer visibility
- Research Project must be connected to the curriculum
- Coursework, course assignment, independent project, CLASS project, etc.
- Must have civic and/or public component
- Project durations reevaluated at regular milestones (6 mo.) in consultation with DHi.
Call for Proposals (CFP) and Submissions Schedule
DHi will send a Fall & Spring CFP with two submission deadlines: Nov. 15 and Mar. 15. We encourage anyone who has a project idea or proposal in mind to contact DHi in advance of the deadline. We will work with you develop your proposal and explain connections to our requirements. Within 7 days of the submission deadlines, all applicants will be informed of their proposal status: Received, Accepted, Accepted with Revision, Denied (and why).
- Project Title
- Summary description, including scope and interdisciplinary relevance
- Statement of connection to the curriculum
- Does this project have immediate application in a course or assignment?
- Is there a role for a student collaborator in this project?
- Description of existing and desired resources
- Is digitization of materials needed?
- What digital research approaches are you considering? (e.g., oral histories, GIS, text analysis, etc.)
- Will research findings and collection be public?
- Names and institutions of potential collaborators