The National Endowment for the Humanities is currently accepting applications for its Archaeological and Ethnographic Field Research program. The application deadline is September 28, 2022.
This program makes awards to institutions and organizations conducting field research that answer humanistic questions. Supported projects can use a variety of methodologies including ethnographic methods, oral history, and participant observation to answer significant questions in human history and culture. Projects can be led by individuals or teams of scholars, and awards are made for one to three years with funding up to $150,000. More information on the program, including the Notice of Funding Opportunity and links to the application package, is at:
NEH will host a live webinar on July 20 for prospective applicants and grant administrators, introducing the program, describing the application process, and offering application-writing suggestions. There will be a chance to ask questions, captions will be available, and the webinar will be recorded so others can watch it later.
Date: Wednesday, July 20
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm (Eastern time)
Participants can access this webinar through the registration link.
Questions may be directed to email@example.com. We will also respond to draft applications if we receive them by July 25. Submitting a draft is optional but helpful for applicants.