Workshop grants support digital humanities discussions and training opportunities on campus. Funds might be applied toward food, honoraria, and travel expenses for non-Yale participants.
Past examples: Recipients have brought guest speakers to campus to offer training in a variety of digital humanities methods, from TEI to mapping. For an example of a previously funded workshop, visit the Radical Media and Social Change workshop page.
Yale undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and library staff are eligible to apply.
The next application cycle is set to open later in the summer. Applications will require short proposals that explain the proposed event, identify any speaker(s), and mention the intended audience and outcomes. When the cycle opens, a link to the official application form will appear below.