The American Council of Learned Societies is now accepting applications for the ACLS Digital Extension Grant Program, which is made possible by the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The program aims to extend the opportunity to participate in the digital transformation of humanistic inquiry to a greater number of scholars by supporting digitally based research projects in all disciplines of the humanities and related social sciences. To this end, projects supported by ACLS Digital Extension Grants may:
ACLS will award up to five Digital Extension Grants in the 2018-19 competition. Each grant carries a maximum award of $150,000 for projects 12-18 months in duration and may be used to support a range of project costs. A portion of each proposed grant budget must be devoted to funding collaborations with and/or building networks among scholars of all career stages from US higher education institutions of diverse profiles.
Applications must be submitted through our online fellowship and grant administration system (ofa.acls.org) by January 16, 2019, 9 PM EST. More information about the program, including eligibility guidelines and the application process, is available at www.acls.org/programs/digitalextension/. A list of previous grantees can be found here.
The American Council of Learned Societies, a private, nonprofit federation of 75 national scholarly organizations, is the preeminent representative of American scholarship in the humanities and related social sciences. Advancing scholarship by awarding fellowships and strengthening relations among learned societies is central to ACLS’s work. This year, ACLS will award more than $25 million to over 350 scholars across a variety of humanistic disciplines.