Digital Humanities Seed Grants of $500 are intended to encourage Seton Hall faculty to plan or pilot a project using digital technologies at our institution or to engage in a collaborative project with faculty or other DH specialists (e.g., museum administrators, archivists) at another institution. Our goal is to fund projects that will result in competitive external funding applications. Innovation and experimentation are hallmarks of this grant.
The stipend will be paid in two installments: July 2017 and October 2017 (with a final report on the status of the project)
Proposals may involve: Digital research and teaching Scholarship that examines the impact of digital culture on society Reconfiguring scholarship/teaching to involve a component of digital technologies
Applicants must have attended at least two days of the DH Summer Seminar to be eligible: one presentation day ( May 23 and/or May 24), and the hands-on day (May 25) to meet with a TLTC representative to discuss the proposed project.
Please provide the following information:
- Brief Project Description:
- How the project will contribute to your research and/or teaching:
- Tools/Applications you believe you will need to complete this project; if you're unsure, please indicate that as well (this will not influence our review of your application):
- Timeline for summer and fall for development of the project:
- Possible granting sources for the continued development of your project: