FUNDING/OPPORTUNITY: Podcasting the Humanities

Disclosure: This post highlights an opportunity in which a dh+lib editor has a financial interest. The editor involved has recused themselves from making editorial decisions on this post.

Hosted by the National Humanities Center, in partnership with the Digital Humanities Center at San Diego State University, Podcasting the Humanities is a five-day virtual institute that will provide hands-on training for college and university faculty and staff, including librarians, digital humanities practitioners, and administrators, to translate research, commentary, and community-sourced narratives into podcast episodes.

The institute takes place June 12-16, 2023. All college or university faculty and staff are eligible to participate. Tuition for each participant is $975 and includes all equipment (microphone, headphones, windscreen) and materials. Applications are due April 21, 2023. New this year, the National Humanities Center is offering a scholarship program for independent scholars and financially unsupported instructors. These scholarship applications are due April 21.

Learn more and apply here.

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