In the last cycle for November 2019, the Small Grant Review committee received and review 7 applications, all of which were accepted.
The following applications were accepted with either full or partial funding:
|Training and Consultation for creating an Oral History Project at John Cabot University||Alessandra Grego||John Cabot University||Staff exchange/consultation||3-day staff exchange/consulting with remote follow-up over the following 6 months|
|The NYU Abu Dhabi Winter Institute in Digital Humanities||Elie Abu Haydar||American University of Beirut||Professional development||4 day workshop: 19-22 January 2020|
|Educational App “Manas”||Daniyar Karabaev||American University of Central Asia||Project||8-month long project: Dec 2019 - July 2020|
|Winter Institute in digital humanities (January 19-January 22 2020)||Ramzi Al Malti||American University of Beirut||Professional development||4 day workshop: 19-22 January 2020|
|Multi-Campus Student Research Collaborative on Global Issues||Tamo Chattopadhay||American University of Central Asia||Project||8-month long project: Oct 2019 - May 2020|
|Linked Open Data for Libraries and Scholars||Basma Chebani||American University of Beirut||Staff exchange/consultation||2 day staff exchange/consultation: 21-22 April 2020|
|Winter Institute Digital Humanities||Elie Kahale||American University of Beirut||Professional development||4 day workshop: 19-22 January 2020|
Responses have already been sent out to all the applicants.
How to apply in the next cycle
The deadlines for the next rounds of applications are midnight on:
- 17 February
- 20 April
- 14 September
The dates are subject to revision, so check the Small Grant guidelines for definitive deadlines and full information about how to apply, including the scope of the program and the criteria used in reviewing applications.
If you’ve read the guidelines but still have questions, we’ll be holding an informal half-hour Q&A session on 5 February 10:00-10:30 (Paris time, local time). AMICAL administration will be on hand to answer questions, listen to your feedback and provide advice for preparing your applications. If we end up with lots of questions, we’re happy to extend the session a bit longer.