NYC Digital Humanities invites all graduate students attending an institution in New York City and the metropolitan area to apply for the NYCDH Digital Humanities Graduate Student Project award by Friday, May 22, 2020.
The full call for proposals is available at http://nycdh.org/nyc-dh-graduate-student-project-award/
The award recognizes excellent digital humanities scholarship in the NYCDH community.The first prize winner will receive a cash prize of $1000. Two runner-up positions will receive $500 each. All three winning proposals will have the opportunity to receive support from one or more of the many centers affiliated with NYCDH; support can include, when needed, consultations, networking and possible access to institutional resources (website hosting, software licenses, etc.). Winners will also receive exposure on NYCDH.org and associated social media outlets, and will have the opportunity to present their work at our annual NYCDH Week Kickoff Meeting.
Project proposals can be submitted by individuals or teams. We are accepting proposals for projects in all stages of development, from early to mid-stage to complete.
Projects may include:
– Digital Mapping
– Digital Archive or Exhibit
– A Digital Edition
– Textual, network, audio or visual analysis
– Publishing experiments
– 3D technology
– A longform, media-rich narrative/argument
– Maker project
– Surprise us!
Proposals must include:
– The name of the project leader
– The name of team members (if appropriate)
– Short bio(s)
– A brief abstract of the project. Please declare if your project has any current or previous funding, including where the funding came from, how much, and how it was used. [max words: 250]
– A detailed description of the project. Please include a discussion of how it engages with issues of digital methods, culture, or theory, as well as also the current state of the project (e.g. developing a prototype, cleaning up data previously used or adding to it, entering a sustainability phase, etc.). We accept projects at all stages of development, and evaluation takes into consideration the applicant’s description of the project’s current status. Please also describe to the best of your ability where your project is in its development cycle (eg. proposal, prototyping, under development, revision, expanding, already launched and doing outreach, etc.) [max words: 1000]
– A timeline for the project work, and
– Optional: if your project requires or would benefit from funding, please provide a transparent, itemized explanation of your funding requirements, including a description of the labor, digital skills, funds, and other resources involved. We recognize that many project do not require an budget, and providing one does not necessarily mean that you have access to the resources you need, just that you are aware of what they are.. [max words: 500]
Submit proposals by email to email@example.com with the subject heading: NYCDH Grad Student Award Proposal 2020.
Proposals will be judged by an awards committee selected from members of the NYCDH Steering Committee, and projects will be chosen based on their intellectual contribution, innovative use of technology, and the clarity of their work plan.
We encourage prospective applicants to contact the awards committee to talk about your proposal before you submit. To set up an appointment, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: May 22, 2020
Notification date: July 2020
Awards Dispersed: Fall 2020
NYCDH Week Presentation: February 2021
Deadline: Friday, May 22, 2020 at 11:59 PM