The Center for the Humanities provides support to offset the cost of materials and services directly related to faculty members’ research or creative activity in the humanities.
Such materials and services include, but are not limited to purchase or rental of photographs or photographic slides; the purchase or rental of microfilm, the rental of a microfilm reader; access to relevant proprietary electronic databases, web archives, or internet directories for a specified period of time; reproductions of rare documents, artifacts or monographs owned by museums or libraries; manuscript-indexing services; research assistance; and reproduction permissions.
The Board will meet in early September and early November to consider applications that will draw on the budget for fiscal year ’20. These funds must be used before July 1, 2020. To ensure that your request is given consideration at either of these meetings, please submit applications before
Remaining fiscal year ‘20 funds will continue to be awarded in the spring, based on availability, and the Board will begin accepting applications for fiscal year ‘21. Spring deadlines will be updated after the September meeting.
Between May 1 and September 1, applicants may request up to $500 from the Director's discretionary budget.
The following criteria will guide the Board in its deliberations:
In addition to addressing the criteria above, proposals should include the applicant's current curriculum vitae and a detailed budget, including explicit statement of the amount of funding requested from the Center in the opening paragraph. The Board will not consider requests for "whatever support you can offer," or the like.
Those considering applying for this support are strongly encouraged to consult with the Director of the Center. Preliminary inquiries may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete proposals should be sent electronically, as attachments in standard document format to email@example.com.