The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) is now accepting applications for Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives: Amplifying Unheard Voices. The competition, funded
Mellon Foundation Funds CLIR’s Digitizing Hidden Collections and Archives: Amplifying Unheard Voices
The award supports a shift in thematic focus to collections of historically marginalized people, has a shortened application period, and opens eligibility to Canadian nonprofit
CLIR Publishes Symposium Report and Recommendations for Working with Archives and Libraries in Latin America and the Caribbean
A new CLIR report presents recommendations from a symposium focused on equitable practices for enhancing engagement with librarians, archivists, and other cultural heritage professionals in
In March 2020 CLIR started the COVID (Re)Collections blog series to help people in the information field process COVID-19 and share their responses as
CLIR Receives $2.01 Million Mellon Foundation Grant to Extend Data Curation Fellowships in African American and African Studies
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded CLIR $2.01 million to extend Data Curation Fellowships in African American and African Studies. This funding will support
Note: this blog is reposted from the CLIR Grants & Programs Fall 2020 newsletter, released November 18. The second season of CLIR’s podcast Material Memory
CLIR today released the first two episodes of its new podcast season exploring the impact of the climate crisis on communities and their cultural heritage.
July 15, 2020—The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) and Stanford Libraries today announced the release of a public, open platform for the Digital
This is the second of a two-part interview with the organizers of “Capacity Assessment of Latin American and Caribbean Partners: A Symposium about Open-Access, Technological
This is part one of a two-part interview with the organizers of “Capacity Assessment of Latin American and Caribbean Partners: A Symposium about Open-Access, Technological
CLIR welcomes eight postdoctoral fellows as the seventeenth cohort in the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. Fellows will work in data curation for African American and African
Repatriating Sociolinguistic Data to Belize: Can a Decolonial Model Still Work in Times of COVID 19?
Nicté Fuller Medina is a sociolinguist and currently the inaugural CLIR-Mellon fellow in data curation in Latin American and Caribbean studies at the University of