A National Endowment for the Humanities Project Grant, Division of Preservation and Access, in the amount of $160,000 a further $40,000 in matching funds from University of Maine, was granted to University of Maine, with Linne R. Mooney as PI for September 1995 through August 1997, and then given extension through August 1998 to spend remaining funds on ordering photographs, microfilms and traveling to sites in U.S. to complete the North American libraries portion of the research that was to be done by one of the other original collaborators.
Support from the University of Maine Department of English in 1994-95 to hire Graduate Research Assistant to scan original Index of Middle English Verse and correct errors, approximately $1,000.
Leverhulme Visiting Professorship for Mosser at the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York (Fall 2007 & 2008, £35,760). The Fall of 2008 was dedicated to restarting the DIMEV project.
Support from the University of York Department of English and Related Literature in 2009 to hire Graduate Research Assistant to add bibliographical references for edition of Middle English texts published since 1997, £1390.00.
Association for Manuscripts and Archives in Research Collections, 2013 (£500.00).
Mooney recently secured funding (£18,000) from the Modern Humanities Research Association (UK) to hire a half-time Research Assistant (Deborah Thorpe) for 2012-13 to add witness records from the British Library’s collections.
Mosser has been awarded a Summer Stipend grant of $4000 from the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences (Virginia Tech) to spend time in London in Summer 2013 collecting data from London repositories other than the British Library. This proposal was in turn nominated for a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, which was awarded in April 2013 ($6000).
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