The resources below may help to support humanities
faculty in the process of locating, writing, submitting, and administering
grants and fellowships at UF.
The resources below may help to support humanities faculty in the process of locating, writing, submitting, and administering grants and fellowships at UF.
Search: There are several indexes of funding opportunities:
UF subscribes to a variety of searchable funding databases that can be accessed via the UF Office of Research website and the George A. Smathers Libraries Funding Opportunities website
The Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere maintains lists of internal and external humanities grants and fellowships available to faculty and graduate students, including in the digital humanities and public humanities.
The search engine Ask.com can be surprisingly helpful.
Alert: Faculty can sign up for fellowship and funding alerts, including:
The National Humanities Alliance monthly News & Action alerts.
H-Net listservs in one’s research area(s).
Assist: Various entities at UF will conduct funding searches upon request, including:
The Office of Research via an online request.
The Center for the Humanities and Public Sphere, by appointment.
If projects will include a UF Libraries’ component, by email to Grants Manager Bess de Farber.
Videos of UF humanities grant- and fellowship-writing workshops:
Useful readings on grant writing in the humanities:
Center for the Humanities
and the Public Sphere
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
200 Walker Hall
P.O. Box 118030
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611