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Opportunities for Federal Humanities Funding Announced

November 1, 2011 - The application period is open for several humanities grant opportunities from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute of Museum & Library Services. A partial list is provided below of grant guidelines opened in September and October. Applicants should refer directly to the agency websites to verify all information, including deadlines and available grants. 

National Endowment for the Humanities

Division of Preservation & Access
Sustaining Cultural Heritage Collections – due 12/1/11
National Digital Newspaper Program – due 1/17/12 

Division of Research Programs
Scholarly Editions and Translations – due 12/8/11
Collaborative Research – due 12/8/11

Division of Public Programs
America’s Media Makers: Development Grants – due 1/11/12
America’s Media Makers: Production Grants – due 1/11/12
America’s Historical & Cultural Organizations: Planning Grants – due 1/11/12
America’s Historical & Cultural Organizations: Implementation Grants – due 1/11/12

Institute of Museum & Library Services

The Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program – due 12/15/11
Museum Grants for African American History & Culture – due 1/17/12

For a comprehensive listing of federal grants, see  [This article posted by: Erin Mosley.]

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