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Anti-Racist Digital Research Initiative
A mini-grant program to support early-stage digital scholarship projects that advance social justice.
Library Data Grant Program
Access the data you need to do your work.
Student Mini Grants
Funding and mentorship for projects with a real-world impact.
TOME Publishing Grant
Receive a publication subvention of up to $15,000 to support open access distribution of your work.
Undergraduate Research Award
Recognizing excellence in undergraduate research.
Open to all
Asia Library Travel Grants
Apply for support to visit our collection in person.
Heid Research Fellowships
For onsite research involving special collections materials.
Heidrich Research Fellowship
Conduct archival research on radical left, anarchist, and historically marginalized people and movements.
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Explore our Funding and Grants page to find more opportunities to support your work. 
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