Digital Humanities Fellowships and Digital Knowledge Sharing Fellowships at the American Philosophical Society Library

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The American Philosophical Society Library is pleased to offer the following funding opportunites for scholars working on projects in the digital humanities in all fields. Additional opportunities are also available for those working on digital projects with Native communities. The deadline for applications is March 2, 2018. See below for additional details and instructions on how to apply.


Digital Humanities Fellowship

The Digital Humanities Fellowship, for up to two months, is open to scholars who are comfortable creating tools and visualizations, as well as those interested in working collaboratively with the APS technology team. Scholars, including graduate students, at any stage of their career may apply. Special consideration will be given to proposals that present APS Library holdings in new and engaging ways. A stipend of $3,000 per month will be awarded to the successful applicant after their arrival at the Library. Further information about the fellowship and application process can be found at


Andrew W. Mellon Native American Scholars Initiative (NASI) Digital Knowledge Sharing Fellowship

These fellowships are open to scholars working on Native American and Indigenous topics who need to do archival research at the APS Library or elsewhere in order to complete their projects. Preference will be given to those who are working closely with Native communities and who plan to share their research with Native communities. The stipend is $3,000 plus travel costs associated with the annual DKS workshop. Further information about the fellowship and application process can be found at


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Questions about fellowships should be directed to or 215-440-3400