Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Mellon Foundation is a key provider of academic funding at the institutional level. While students cannot apply to receive individual support directly from the Foundation, keep an eye out for opportunities offered by the Foundation’s many campus partners. For example, Vanderbilt graduate students are eligible to apply for year-long Mellon Fellowships with the University’s Center for Digital Humanities.
CLIR (Council on Library Information and Resources)
Important CLIR funding opportunities include dissertation research grants and postdoctoral fellowships. The latter are usually hosted at libraries and academic institutions around the country, and the majority require DH skills.
Vanderbilt HASTAC Scholars earn a $500 stipend and funding for a DH-related conference of their choice, while contributing to a DH project with a sponsoring center on campus. To learn more, check out the HASTAC at Vanderbilt page.
NEH Office of Digital Humanities
From funded summer institutes to research grants, start-up support to digital publishing awards, the NEH is an important intellectual and financial resources for digital humanists. To learn more, check out their DH page.