Vol. VIII, No. 1

May, 1995

Funding Assistance for Archival Work

The Historical Archives Program of the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research was created to encourage the preservation of unpublished records and other materials of exceptional value for anthropology. Grants from this program cover two categories:

1) to assist individual scholars (or their heirs) to cover expenses of preparing and transferring personal papers and other significant records for archival deposit; and
2) to aid oral-history interviews with senior anthropologists.
Scholars who need funding assistance in order to document their contributions of data to the Archaeological Data Archive Project should consider seeking support from the Wenner-Gren Foundation under this program, understanding that one criterion for evaluating requests is the historical, disciplinary significance of the materials in question.

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