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American Council of Learned Societies
The American Council of Learned Societies draws together learned societies and affiliates for consideration of shared concerns, particularly those relating to maintaining and improving conditions for scholarship, education, and communication among scholars in the humanities and social sciences. It also directly supports humanistic scholarship through sponsorship of fellowship competitions, international exchange programs, and the creation of scholarly reference works and resources. Check out the web site to review Fellowship & Grant Competitions to be held.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

American Council of Learned Societies
The ACLS Fellowship program invites research applications in all disciplines of the humanities and related social sciences. The ultimate goal of the project should be a major piece of scholarly work by the applicant. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g., novels or films), textbooks, straightforward translation, or pedagogical projects. ACLS Fellowships are intended as salary replacement to help scholars devote six to twelve continuous months to full-time research and writing. ACLS Fellowships are portable and are tenable at the fellow's home institution, abroad, or at another appropriate site for research. (1) An ACLS Fellowship may be held concurrently with other fellowships and grants and any sabbatical pay, up to an amount equal to the candidate's current academic year salary. Tenure of the fellowship may begin no earlier than July 1, 2017 and no later than February 1, 2018. The fellowship stipend is set at three levels based on academic rank: up to $35,000 for Assistant Professor and career equivalent, up to $45,000 for Associate Professor and career equivalent; and up to $70,000 for full Professor and career equivalent. ACLS will determine the level based on the candidate's rank or career status as of the application deadline date. Approximately 25 fellowships will be available at the Assistant Professor level, approximately 25 at the Associate Professor level, and approximately 20 at the full Professor level.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

American Council of Learned Societies
Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowships
Each fellowship carries a stipend of $64,000, a fund of $2,500 for research and travel, and an additional 2/9 of the stipend ($14,222) for one summer's support, if justified by a persuasive case. These fellowships support advanced assistant professors and untenured associate professors in the humanities and related social sciences (1) whose scholarly contributions have advanced their fields and who have well-designed and carefully developed plans for new research. The fellowships are intended to provide time and resources to enable these faculty members to conduct their research under optimal conditions. The ultimate goal of the project should be a major piece of scholarly work by the applicant. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g., novels or films), textbooks, straightforward translation, or pedagogical projects.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

American Council of Learned Societies
Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowships for Recently Tenured Scholars
These fellowships support long-term, unusually ambitious projects in the humanities and related social sciences. Amount: $95,000, plus funds for research costs and related scholarly activities of up to $7,500 and for relocation up to $3,000.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

American Philosophical Society
Fellowships and Research Grants
The American Philosophical Society began assisting research by individual scholars in 1933. Today, the Society supports several major grant or fellowship programs to continue in the promotion of useful knowledge.
Grants are for research only. The Society makes no grants for study, travel to conferences, workshops or to consult with other scholars, for permanent equipment, or assistance with publication or translation. The purpose of all programs is to put scholars in contact with the objects of their research.
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Brown Foundation (Arch and Bruce)
The Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation awards yearly grants to writers in three rotating disciplines: Theatre, Full-length Fiction, and Short Stories. All works submitted must present the gay and lesbian lifestyle in a positive manner and be based on, or inspired by, a historic person, culture, event, or work of art. Writing contests close on November 30th of each year. Grants are $1000 and are not limited to a single winner. The Foundation also offers grants (usually of $1000) to production companies to offset expenses in producing gay-positive theatrical works based on history.
Listed under Grants for Individuals -- arts, humanities, writing.
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Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI)
Established in 1988, the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes serves as an arena for the discussion of issues germane to crossdisciplinary activity in the humanities, and as a network for the circulation of information and best practices related to the organizational and management dimensions of humanities centers and institutes. CHCI currently has a membership of over 230 organizations and affiliates in 23 countries and 46 US states. Our membership is extremely diverse from the point of view of scale: members run the gamut from small, university based humanities centers to major Institutes for Advanced Study, and from large independent organizations to research libraries. Our members are engaged in a wide range of programs, including research support, community-based programs and public humanities, internal and external fellowship programs, activism and advocacy on issues of cultural and educational policy, digital humanities programs, and the development and maintenance of research collections. Many CHCI members are highly visible, powerful agents of growth, change, and advocacy on their campuses and within their communities.
Use the search box to identify grants and fellowship opportunities.
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Folger Shakespeare Library
Short- and Long-Term Fellowships
Preeminent in the world for its Shakespeare collection, the Folger Shakespeare Library is an independent research facility with about 300,000 books and manuscripts on British and European literary, cultural, political, religious, and social history from the fifteenth through the eighteenth centuries.
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French Embassy Grants & Programs
The Cultural Services of the French Embassy is interested in new and challenging ideas that will bring French and American people together in creative collaboration. Programs are offered either directly by our Departments or in conjunction with the Embassy's non-profit partner FACE (French American Cultural Exchange).
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German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the German national agency for the support of international academic cooperation. DAAD offers programs and funding for students, faculty, researchers and others in higher education. Financial support is provided to over 50,000 individuals per year, as well as representing the German higher education system abroad, promoting Germany as an academic and research destination, and helping build ties between institutions around the world.
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Grants.gov : Current Federal Funding Opportunities for Humanities
Note: Select humanities as funding activity category.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (John Simon)
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation provides fellowships for advanced professionals in all fields (natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, creative arts) except the performing arts. Fellows are selected on the basis of two separate competitions, one for the United States and Canada, the other for Latin America and the Caribbean. The Foundation does not make grants to institutions, organizations, or students.
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HNet Online: Humanities and Social Sciences Funding Announcements
Current announcements, primarily opportunities for academics.
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Humanities Grants/Programs from the U.S. Government
Posted on Grants.gov
Some of the most current grant opportunities posted by the federal government. Note: Select humanities as funding activity category.
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Jacob Javits Fellowships Program
The program provides financial assistance to students of superior ability, as demonstrated by their achievements and exceptional promise, to undertake study at the doctoral and Master of Fine Arts (MFA) level in selected fields of the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Kluge Fellowship in Digital Studies
Deadline : December
The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress announces a new Kluge Fellowship in Digital Studies to examine the impact of the digital revolution on society, culture and international relations using the Library's collections and resources. History teaches that groundbreaking technological innovations can be agents of broad and profound change. Their transformative effect on society can be greater than is anticipated or originally understood. Innovations such as the printing press and aerial flight continue to affect every level of human experience. The digital revolution is another such transformation. The Library's John W. Kluge Center seeks proposals from scholars worldwide that will generate deep, empirically-grounded understanding of the consequences of the digital revolution on how people think, how society functions, and on international relations. Proposals may also explore and analyze emerging trends and new phenomena that may generate consequential changes in the future. All proposals must state the importance of the research to fundamental thinking about the human condition. Scholars should include a discussion of how the resources of the Library of Congress will inform the intended research. Open to scholars from all disciplines, US. citizens or foreign nationals, and Ph.D. or other advanced terminal degree strongly preferred. For residency up to eleven (11) months. Constraints of space and the desirability of accommodating the maximum number of Fellows may lead to an offer of fewer months than requested. $4,200 per month, paid monthly by the Library of Congress, by means of electronic transfer to a U.S. bank account.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships
ACLS invites applications for Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships, which support a year of research and writing to help advanced graduate students in the humanities and related social sciences in the last year of PhD dissertation writing. The program encourages timely completion of the PhD. Applicants must be prepared to complete their dissertations within the period of their fellowship tenure and no later than August 31, 2018. A grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation supports this program. ACLS will award 65 fellowships in this competition for a one-year term beginning between June and September 2017 for the 2017-18 academic year. The fellowship may be carried out in residence at the fellow's home institution, abroad, or at another appropriate site for the research. These fellowships may not be held concurrently with any other fellowship or grant. The total award of up to $38,000 includes a stipend plus additional funds for university fees and research support. In addition to the monetary support that the fellowship offers, Dissertation Completion Fellows are able to apply to participate in a seminar on preparing for the academic job market. The seminar takes place over three days in the fall of the fellowship year.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

(Andrew W.) Mellon Foundation/ACLS Early Career Fellowship Program
Disseration Completion Fellowships
Recent Doctoral Recipients Fellowships
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/ACLS Early Career Fellowship Program provides support for young scholars to complete their dissertation and, later, to advance their research after being awarded the Ph.D. This program awards fellowships in two categories: Dissertation Completion Fellowships and Recent Doctoral Recipients Fellowships. A grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation supports this program. Good opportunity for early career faculty.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Mellon Fellowships for Dissertation Research in Original Sources
The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) is pleased to offer fellowships generously funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for dissertation research in the humanities in original sources. The purposes of this fellowship program are to:
(1) help junior scholars in the humanities and related social-science fields gain skill and creativity in developing knowledge from original sources
(2) enable dissertation writers to do research wherever relevant sources may be, rather than just where financial support is available
(3) encourage more extensive and innovative uses of original sources in libraries, archives, museums, historical societies, and related repositories in the U.S. and abroad, and
(4) provide insight from the viewpoint of doctoral candidates into how scholarly resources can be developed for access most helpfully in the future.
The program offers about fifteen competitively awarded fellowships a year. Each provides a stipend of $2,000 per month for periods ranging from 9-12 months. Each fellow will receive an additional $1,000 upon participating in a symposium on research in original sources and submitting a report acceptable to CLIR on the research experience. Thus the maximum award will be $25,000. For more information visit the CLIR's web page.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Michigan Humanities Council
Offers a variety of grants, including : Arts and Humanities Touring Grants, Heritage Grants, Humanities Grants, and Quck and Planning Grants.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Michigan State University
College of Arts and Letters Fellowships
Graduate Funding Opportunities
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Michigan State University
College of Arts and Letters Fellowships
Student Group Grants Program
Grants are intended to fund portions of existing events, or to promote the creation of new events that may have not otherwise been financially possible. Grants may also support student organizations in other ways at the Board's discretion. These grants are made available primarily as a result of dues paid by members of the College of Arts & Letters Alumni Association, a constituent group of the MSU Alumni Association.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Michigan State University
Humanities and Arts Research Program (HARP)
HARP has two components, Development and Production with different funding criteria and different submission deadlines:
The HARP Development program provides funds to support faculty who are conducting important research leading to creative and performance projects or activities in the arts and humanities. This limited funding is designed to support faculty in the development of projects that seem likely to enhance the reputation of the faculty member and the university. Within the Development program, there are two panels that conduct the reviews (Humanities Research and Exhibition & Performance). The Humanities Research panel will review applications that are supporting research projects and scholarship broadly related to the humanities. The Exhibition and Performance panel will review proposals that support scholarship and creative activities leading to an exhibit or performance. See the FAQs posted here for clarification. The deadline for HARP development applications will be in mid-October, with awards announced in February. Funding will be available for a two-year period beginning on July 1.
The HARP Production program provides funds, when research is complete, to help subsidize the costs of book publication, permissions to use copyrighted materials, CD recording and production, the creation and mounting of exhibits, and other expenses associated with producing the results of a completed creative or research project. A contract from the publisher will be required if funds are being requested to publish a book. Proposals requesting funds to complete textbooks will not be considered. Within the production program, there are two panels that conduct the reviews (Humanities Research and Exhibition & Performance). The Humanities Research panel will review applications that support the completion of research, such as the publication of a book or production of a film. The Exhibition and Performance panel will review proposals that provide support for an exhibit or performance. See the FAQs posted here for clarification. In order to respond to the more immediate needs that these subsidies often entail, the panels will review applications twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring semester. Funds will be available for an additional year after the fiscal year of the original funding allocation. Faculty from Arts and Letters, Communication Arts and Sciences, James Madison, Lyman Briggs, Music, Social Science, and the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities are eligible to apply for HARP funding.
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National Endowment for the Humanities
Fellowships support individuals pursuing advanced research that is of value to humanities scholars, general audiences, or both. Recipients usually produce articles, monographs, books, digital materials, archaeological site reports, translations, editions, or other scholarly resources in the humanities. Projects may be at any stage of development. Projects may be at any stage. Support continuous full-time work for 6-12 months. Salary provided and release from teaching required during fellowship award. Good opportunity for early career faculty.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

National Endowment for the Humanities
Grant Opportunities, Application Guidelines, and Resources for Managing Your Grant
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National Endowment for the Humanities
Match Your Project to a Grant Program
NEH offers a wide variety of grant programs. We've created this list to help you zero in on the grant program that might suit the activity you have in mind. If you would like some advice about which grant program would be appropriate, an NEH program officer will be happy to talk with you. To start the process, pick the division or office that you'd think would be most appropriate for your project and make an inquiry. In addition, this website provides sample proposal narratives for those who want to see how others frame their concepts.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

National Humanities Center Fellowships
Application deadline: Oct. 15
The National Humanities Center offers 35-40 residential fellowships for advanced study in all fields of the humanities. Applicants must hold doctorate or equivalent credentials and have a record of publication. The Center provides an environment for individual research and fosters the exchange of ideas among scholars. Both senior and younger scholars are eligible for fellowships, but the latter should be engaged in research well beyond the subject of their doctoral dissertations. Fellowships are for the academic year (September through May). Scholars from any nation may apply. Humanistically inclined individuals from the natural and social sciences, the arts, the professions, and public life may also apply. Good opportunity for early career faculty.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Newberry Library
Fellowships in the Humanities
Fellowships at the Newberry Library are of two types: short-term fellowships with terms of one week to two months and long-term fellowships of six to eleven months. Short-term fellowships are generally restricted to individuals from outside the metropolitan Chicago area and are primarily intended to assist researchers with a need to examine specific items in the Library's collection. Long-term fellowships are generally available without regard to an applicant's place of residence and are intended to support significant works of scholarship that draw on the Library's strengths.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Postdoctoral Awards:
Architecture, Accounting, Arts and Humanities, Interior Design, Liberal Arts, Planning, and Religion
A compilation of resources by Francisco Alberto Tomei Torres, Ph.D.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Smithsonian Institution
Smithsonian fellowships are awarded competitively to graduate, pre-doctoral, or post-doctoral students -- or granted non-competitively to visiting professionals, students, scientists, or scholars -- are offered to individuals who design and develop proposals for independent study or collaborative research in fields pursued by and of interest to Smithsonian staff. Smithsonian fellows are generally appointed to terms lasting between 1 to 3 years.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Social Sciences Research Council Fellowships
The SSRC sponsors fellowship and grant programs on a wide range of topics, and across many different career stages. Most support goes to predissertation, dissertation, and postdoctoral fellowships, offered through annual competitions. Some programs support summer institutes and advanced research grants. Although most programs target the social sciences, many are also open to applicants from the humanities, the natural sciences, and relevant professional and practitioner communities.
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Wiesel Foundation for Humanity (Elie)
Ethics Essay Contest
The Elie Wiesel Foundation sponsors an annual Prize in Ethics Essay Contest which awards $10,000 to a college juniors and seniors who submit a personal essay in the field of ethics.
Also listed under Writing
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Fellowships in the Social Sciences and Humanities
Application deadline : Oct. 1
The Center awards approximately 20-25 residential fellowships annually to individuals with outstanding project proposals in a broad range of the social sciences and humanities on national and/or international issues. Topics and scholarship should relate to key public policy challenges or provide the historical and/or cultural framework to illuminate policy issues of contemporary importance.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

University Recommendations

Arizona State University
Institute for Humanities Research
External Funding Opportunities
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Boston University
College of Arts and Sciences
Humanities Fellowships and Grants
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College of William and Mary
Office of Sponsored Programs
Humanities Funding Resources A-Z
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Duke University
Research Funding Opportunities
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Northeastern University
Research Office
Funding in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
(Last checked 06/05/18)

University of California Berkeley
Sponsored Projects Office
Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Humanities
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University of Florida
Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere
Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students
Funding opportunities are divided into the following categories:
(1) Opportunities for Writing : Including longer-term graduate funding support, support for doctoral students in the advanced stages of writing and support for ABD doctoral students researching and writing their dissertations.
(2) Opportunities for Research : Including funding for applied graduate research, funding for study related travel for periods of six months or less and prizes.
(3) Diversity : Includes grants and fellowship for women and minority scholars.
(4) Main Funding Bodies in the Humanities : A list of agencies and foundations offering important grant opportunities in the humanities
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University of Florida
Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere
Funding Opportunities in the Digital Humanities
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University of Iowa
Division of Sponsored Programs
Private Funding : Arts and Humanities
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University of Kansas
Hall Center for the Humanities
Funding Resources
Check out the following Microsoft word lists of grants:
(1) Architecture, Design, and Planning Opportunities List for Faculty and Graduate Students
(2) Arts Opportunities List
(3) Collaborative Research Funding Opportunities List
(4) Creative Writing Opportunities List (doc) (5) Dance Opportunities List
(6) Digital Humanities Funding Opportunities List
(7) Film Opportunities List for Faculty and Graduate Students
(8) Geography and Atmospheric Science Opportunities List for Graduate Students
(9) History Opportunities List for Graduate Students
(10) Humanities and Social Science Opportunities List for Faculty
(11) Humanities and Social Science Opportunities List for Graduate Students
(12) Humanities Institutional Opportunities List
(13) Music Funding Opportunities List
(14) Theater Opportunities List for Faculty and Graduate Students
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Vanderbilt University
Office of Honor Scholarships
(Last checked 06/05/18)


Foundation Grants to Individuals Online (Main Library Access Only)
Find information about 10,000 foundation profiles at your fingertips, including foundation and public charity programs that have funded individual grantseekers for everything from scholarship opportunities to research needs. Updated weekly.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

An extensive online grants database owned and operated by Schoolhouse Partners, and it contains more than 16,000 funding opportunities provided by more than 5,100 unique sponsoring organizations. Also provides a selection of funding news.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

MSU Scholarships
Michigan State University has hundreds of scholarship opportunities available. Opportunities can be a combination of general scholarships (open to all students) and departmental scholarships (restricted to students within a specific major or field of study). Scholarships may be recommended to you at different times throughout the year as applications become available, so we suggest visiting MSU Scholarships often. Please keep in mind this section lists scholarships available regardless if you are eligible or not. Please note that some scholarships utilize an "Auto-Match" feature which will not require you to apply directly for the scholarship to be considered eligible. These scholarships will be indicated by the word "None" in the Action column. For scholarships for which you need to apply, please make a note of the deadline, as late submissions will not be accepted. Admitted students who have paid their deposit and currently enrolled students: Sign in using your MSU NetID and password to begin the scholarship application process. Once logged in, the system will automatically direct you to required applications.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Cornell University
Graduate School Fellowships Database
(Last checked 06/05/18)

If you have access to the world wide web and are willing to fill in the online forms, this service promises a free customized list of financial aid sources. FastWeb is actually a searchable database of more than 400,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans from more than 3,000 sources for all levels of higher education. First-time visitors have to register (first and last name and a user ID), then complete a profile, including background and fields of study. Registrants then receive a list of all currently relevant funding sources. The registration information is stored and can be used on subsequent visits. The entire sign-up process, and delivery of available funding sources, can be a bit tedious: about five to twenty minutes, depending on the connection speed. Approximately 500 new scholarships are added to the database daily, so registrants can stay current. Provided courtesy of Financial Aid Information Page and Student Services, Inc. created by Mark Kantrowitz and sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
(Last checked 06/05/18)

Books and Webinars

The books mentioned on this page are available for public use in the Michigan State University Libraries. If you are unable to visit our library, consider visiting a Foundation Center Cooperating Collection in your home state or a local public library in your home town. If the books are not available there, ask about interlibrary loan or visit a local bookstore to find out whether they can be purchased.

Dramatists sourcebook. New York, NY : Theatre Communications Group, c2010. 2010 edition available online. Contains a fellowships and grants section listing foundations and organizations that offer funding to playwrights, composers, translators, librettists, and lyricists. This directory also includes information about script production resources, sources of emergency funds for writers in severe temporary financial difficulties, the addresses and phone numbers of state art agencies, and artists colonies and residencies

Annual Register of Grant Support
Wilmette, Ill. : National Register Publishing Co., annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .A7
Includes information on programs sponsored by government agencies, public and private foundations, educational and professional associations, special interest organizations and corporations. Covers a broad range of interests including academic and scientific research, publication support, equipment and construction support, in-service training, competitions and prizes, and travel and exchange programs. Organized by broad subject areas with four indexes: subject, organization and program, geographic and personnel.

Directory of Research Grants
Phoenix, Ariz. : The Oryx Press, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .D5
An annual print version of the Grants Database. Contains information about grants and fellowships available for research projects from federal and state governments, private foundations, professional organizations, and corporations. List grants programs by specific funding areas; indexed by sponsoring organization and grant name.

Foundation Grants to Individuals
New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .F6
The most comprehensive listing available of private foundations which provide financial assistance to individuals. The foundations described have made grants to students, artists, scholars, foreign individuals, minorities, musicians, scientists and writers for scholarships, fellowships, student loans, internships, residencies, arts and cultural projects, medical and emergency assistance, residencies and travel programs.

The Grants Register
New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .G7
The complete guide to postgraduate funding worldwide.

Grant Writing for Preservation and Access Digitization Projects (webinar)
The webinar covers: preparing for your grant proposal, matching your project to the appropriate funding agency, writing an effective grant proposal while avoiding common faults, and understanding the review process. David Walls, Preservation Librarian, U.S. Government Printing Office. Recorded: 09/30/2014. Duration: 48 minutes.
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