ELDP 2022 Grant Round now open

The Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (ELDP) is delighted to announce a call for applications for the 2022 grant round. After two years of hiatus due to the global pandemic, ELDP will resume to provide funds for documentation of endangered languages.

In response to the global pandemic funding is available for projects exploring remote fieldwork as well as in situ fieldwork, provided this can be done safely.

Please get in touch with ELDP if you would like to discuss project design in more detail or have any questions that are not addressed in the guidance materials.

The application system for grants opens on the 15th of July 2021, and is accessible through the ELDP website. 

ELDP provides grants for language documentation projects creating audio-visual recordings with transcriptions, translations, and annotation of endangered languages. ELDP provides four different types of grants for documentation projects (Small Grants, Individual Graduate Scholarships, Individual Postdoctoral Fellowships, and Major Documentation Projects) and one grant type for the digitisation of analogue legacy materials like for example  recordings of endangered languages in private holdings of retired colleagues (Legacy Material Grants).
Applicants are asked to carefully review the guidance materials for the different grant types.

Please note that starting this grant round, the currency used by ELDP will be Euros. If you are resubmitting an application, please recalculate your budget in Euros.

Applications must be submitted online by 15th of October 2021, 5pm CEST.

ELDP will set up online drop-in sessions for potential applicants. These sessions will be announced on the ELDP Website and ELAR’s social media in due course.

All ELDP-funded projects can be found here.

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