In addition to the opportunities below, public humanities projects can include various digital and archival components. For more information on digital work and funding opportunities in the humanities, see the Digital Humanities Grants & Resources Web page. For more information on film, curation, and exhibition activities, see these categories on the Faculty External Funding Oppportunities Web page.
* These grants listings are provided as a service to UF humanities scholars. Please verify all submission deadlines and other information with the respective granting offices or agencies.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has a Public Programs division that supports a wide range of public humanities programs, especially for projects that make use of new and emerging technologies. These are excellent opportunities to collaborate with libraries, museums, and other cultural organizations. Funding opportunities include the America's Historical and Cultural Organizations grants, which offers both planning and implementation grants, for exhibitions at museums, libraries, historic sites and historical and cultural organizations. In addition, the NEH supports radio and television programs that explore significant events, figures, and developments in the humanities through the America's Media Makers grants. With the Bridging Cultures: Implementation Grants for Public Programs, the NEH welcomes proposals to implement a national or regional program for broad and diverse public audiences on changing humanities themes.
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Center for the Humanities
and the Public Sphere
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
200 Walker Hall
P.O. Box 118030
University of Florida
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