The US Latino Digital Humanities (USLDH) Grants-in-Aid program, funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is designed to provide a stipend of up to $7,500 to scholars for research and development of digital scholarship in the form of a digital publication and/or a digital project.
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Grants-in-Aid Recipients:
- Tessa Córdova, Ph.D., University of New Mexico, The Enriqueta Vásquez Digital History Project
- Ana María Díaz-Marcos, Ph.D., University of Connecticut, Hispanic Antifascism and Feminism in La Voz (New York, 1937-1939)
- Montse Feu, Ph.D. and Jenny Patlan, Sam Houston State University, Fighting Fascism: Workers’ Visual Print Culture in US Spanish-language Periodicals
- Sarah Rafael García, Founder of Barrio Writers and LibroMobile, Modesta Ávila: Obstructing Development Since 1889 (MAOD)
- Claire Jiménez, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, The Puerto Rican Literature Project
- Joshua Ortiz-Bacó, University of Texas at Austin, Unearthing Brazilian, Cuban, and Puerto Rican Abolitionism in the 19th Century US Press
- Cristina Ramírez, Ph.D., University of Arizona, Recovering Barrio Rhetorics: A Discursive and Historical Remembering of Chicana Border Writer Ramona González
Please stay tuned for updates on their projects as well as the CFP for the second grant cycle for 2021-2022 grants-in-aid.
The University of Houston US Latino Digital Humanities (USLDH) program is a digital scholarship/research undertaking to provide training and research on US Latino recovered materials. It is housed at Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage/Arte Público Press.