The Boston DH Consortium submitted today a proposal for a Digital Humanities Start-up Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. “Launching an Academic Consortium for Digital Humanities in New England” proposes to use NEH funds and contributions from Brandeis University to organize a consortium of schools to teach, and organize events on, digital humanities-related topics. Principle Investigators on the grant are Susan Lanser and Leonard Muellner of Brandeis University’s English and Classics departments, respectively. Individuals from multiple regional institutions agreed to participate directly or serve on an advisory committee chaired by John Unsworth of Brandeis. For more information on the grant and how you or your institution can participate in upcoming activities related to it, contact administrator David Wedaman.
NEH Start-up Grant
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