Digital Humanities Advancement Grants

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Digital Humanities Advancement Grants




The Digital Humanities Advancement Grants program (DHAG) supports innovative, experimental, and/or computationally challenging digital projects, leading to work that can scale to enhance scholarly research, teaching, and public programming in the humanities.

DHAG is one of many grant programs at the NEH that funds digital humanities projects. Please consult these resources to help find the right program to support your work.

In support of its efforts to advance national information infrastructures in libraries and archives, and subject to the availability of funds and agency discretion, the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) anticipates providing funding through this program. These funds may support DHAG projects that further the IMLS mission to advance, support, and empower America’s libraries, archives, museums, and related organizations. IMLS funding supports innovative collaborations between library and archives professionals, humanities professionals, information scientists, and relevant public communities that advance the preservation of, access to, and public engagement with, digital collections and services. IMLS encourages DHAG applicants to work in collaboration, and employ the expertise of, library and archives staff at your institution or across the country to strengthen knowledge networks, empower community learning, foster civic cohesion, advance research, and support the traditionally underserved.

What’s New for 2023

  • Applicants may now request up to $75,000 for Level I projects
  • Applicants must now include an “Overview of the project” section as part of the application narrative
  • DHAG is temporarily suspending funding for projects that examine the history, criticism, ethics, or philosophy of digital culture or technology and its impact on society as this work may be supported by the Dangers and Opportunities of Technology program
  • Subrecipient budget forms are now required for projects that include subawards


  • Applications will be declared ineligible for review if they do not include all required sections and components (e.g., Budget form with a Budget Justification,
    Biographies and not CVs).
  • Applications will be declared ineligible for review if they do not comply with all requirements indicated with a “must” outlined in the NOFO, including page limits.
  • Two or more applications for federal funding and/or approved federal award budgets are not permitted to include overlapping project costs.
  • We no longer accept letters of support. Any letters submitted by individuals not participating in the project will be removed from the application.

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