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In 2016, the Europeana Research Grants Programme was launched. It has proved hugely popular and successful in its first year. The second iteration of the Grants Programme is now underway. Click the banner above to apply for the 2017 Grants Programme now!
Digital humanities researchers apply with projects that use Europeana data to answer a research question. We provide the funding to the most promising projects. The first Grants programme ended in november 2016, and resulted in three projects being awarded grants. Read the stories of the winning projects in the blog posts below.
The high volume of proposals proved just how important it is to make heritage data available. Moreover, the wide variety of ideas showed the depth of potential in Europeana Collections material.
Explore the outcomes of previous projects. Or apply for the next round of grants.
Chromo-lithograph of Scott Monument by T. Nelson and Sons, [Monuments], and Princes Street: Looking West - Edinburgh - Kemp, George Meikle and Thomas Nelson & SonsCC BY
Today, we are delighted to be launching the second Europeana Research Grants Programme. We invite you to send in your submissions for the academic year 2017-2018. The focus for this year’s grant proposals is intercultural dialogue in its broadest sense.
Old Woman Reading - Gerard Dou
The Europeana Research Grants Programme was launched in 2016 and proved hugely popular. With the 2017 Grants Programme just around the corner, here's a quick recap of last year's winners.