National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) - Division of Research Programs
04/08/20 11:59 PM ET
Grants of up to $60,000 to USA educators and staff members at eligible IHEs in multiples states for humanities-based activities. Funding is intended to support a wide range of research projects, publications, and scholarly activities related to the study of the humanities. Eligible projects are conducted at Tribal colleges and universities, include pursuing research in primary and secondary materials and producing articles, monographs, books, digital materials, archaeological site reports, translations, or other scholarly resources. Projects may be at any stage of development.
Awards support individuals pursuing scholarly research that is of value to humanities scholars, students, and/or general audiences. The program offers applicants flexibility in project types and award periods. Eligible projects include:
NEH is especially interested in supporting projects that advance humanities-related work in the following areas.
For additional information about these areas of interest, see: https://www.neh.gov/sites/default/files/inline-files/Awards-For-Faculty-TCU-NOFO.pdf#page=5
GrantWatch ID#: 151093
The amount of the award is $5,000 per full-time month. Thus, an award to support eight months of half-time work would be $20,000 (equivalent to four months of full-time work at $5,000 per month). The maximum award is $60,000 for the equivalent of twelve full-time months.
The project period is 2 - 12 months of full-time work. Applicants may work between half time and full time on a project, or in combination, starting as early as January 1, 2021.
The period of performance may begin as soon as January 1, 2021 and as late as September 1, 2022.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Drafts should be submitted by email to FacultyAwards@neh.gov; put “Draft Narrative” in the subject line of the message.
Division of Research Programs Team
National Endowment for the Humanities
400 Seventh Street, SW
Washington, DC 20506
USA: Alaska; Arizona; California; Kansas; Michigan; Minnesota; Montana; Nebraska; New Mexico; North Dakota; Oklahoma; South Dakota; Washington; Wisconsin
Fundraising opportunity for USA, Canada, and International nonprofit organizations to host a jazz concert held in honor of their organization or cause. Applicants must contact the funding source prior to applying. In addition to funds raised through concert ticket sales
Grants to USA nonprofit organizations to reduce social inequality and promote solutions to the climate crisis. Eligible programs will address the areas of racial and economic justice, corporate and political accountability; voice, creativity, and culture; and an inclusi
Grants to USA nonprofit organizations to protect natural resources on land and water in locations around the world. Funding is intended to ensure that activities to acquire metals, gemstones, and corals for design use do not have an adverse impact on the area of origin.
Grants to USA, Canada, and International independent filmmakers for feature-length film projects. Funding is intended to support projects at any production phase from development through post-production. Priority will be given to applications from early career and emerg
Grants of up to $6,000 to Alaska nonprofit organizations, tribes, schools, and IHEs to promote the culture of Alaskan Natives in eligible locations. Funding is intended to support projects that encourage the traditions of these peoples, preserve cultural resource mater
Grants of up to $3,000 to USA and Canada nonprofit organizations for projects to protect wildlife and natural habitats. Funding is intended for campaigns to save specific species and ecosystems. Eligible activities include public policy work, litigation, advocacy, and d
Grants to USA and Canada individuals and families with low-income for financial assistance. Types of assistance include financial support to offset emergency expenses or to cover the cost of regular monthly bills. Funding is intended for workers and households that are
Grant of $9,000 to a USA, Canada, or International early-career psychologist for child psychology research projects. The purpose of the program is for research and demonstration projects that foster an understanding of the relationship between self-identity and scholast
Grants of $25,000 to USA nonprofit organizations, government entities, educational institutions, and volunteer fire companies for community benefit projects. Funding is intended to support a wide range of impactful and sustainable initiatives that meet community needs.
Grants to USA, Mexico, and Haiti nonprofits, for-profit organizations, and government entities for programs and services that improve the quality of life for underserved children. Focus areas include working families, equitable communities, and thriving children. The Fu