From the NEH guidelines:

Evaluators are asked to apply the following criteria in assessing applications:

* the project’s significance for supporting scholarly research, education, or public programming in the humanities;
* the soundness of the proposed methodology, including the selection criteria where applicable and the project’s adherence to accepted national standards and professional practices, especially those that would contribute to making grant products interoperable with related resources and facilitate their discovery;
* the viability, efficiency, and productivity of the project, as indicated by the work plan;
* the qualifications of the project’s staff;
* the quality of the project’s plans for disseminating information about and providing access to grant products; and
* the reasonableness of the proposed budget in relation to anticipated results.

Late applications will not be reviewed.


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