In its third year, the Modern Endangered Archives Program has also launched an open access website
The Modern Endangered Archives Program, a granting initiative launched in 2018 by the UCLA Library with support from Arcadia, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin, has funded 29 new projects that will preserve at-risk materials as diverse as audio recordings of indigenous languages in Siberia, film periodicals from Pakistan and India, and photographs and maps from Peruvian Amazonia.
Questions about the application? Want to learn more about strengthening your proposal? Register for our upcoming Informational Webinar on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 (9am Pacific Time). The MEAP team will walk through the application process and answer applicant questions. We encourage you to register even if you cannot join live. A recording of the session, including questions and answers, will be shared with all registered participants.
MEAP invites applications for projects designed to preserve, document, and digitize collections at risk from environmental conditions, political uncertainty, inherently unsustainable media, inappropriate storage, or communal and social change. Applications due November 9, 2020. Read more ›