With generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Five College Deans have launched a five-year program to support projects and initiatives in the Digital Humanities. From 2011 to 2015, the Five College Digital Humanities Program will organize and fund projects that support student scholarship—both in the classroom and through faculty-student collaborations.
The Program also includes fellowships and residencies. This academic year we are pleased to welcome Miriam Kolar as the post-doctoral fellow in digital humanities and Jeffrey Moro as the post-baccalaureate resident.
For new projects or funding opportunities, click here. Information on currently-funded projects can be found here. Please direct questions about the program and grant applications to Nate Therien, Director of Academic Programs at Five Colleges, Inc., or Marisa Parham, Director of the Digital Humanities Program.