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IASH is now accepting applications for its 2023-24 Doctoral Fellowships. For more information, see our Funding page. Applications are due on March 24.

Public Humanities Grants for Graduate Students -- IASH, in conjunction with Humanities New York and other partner universities, invites graduate students to submit grant proposals for public-facing projects. Grants of up to $4000 are available. All proposals must be submitted through Humanities New York's application portal. Additional information and guidelines may be found here.  The grant deadline has been extended to March 31st.

Congratulations to Associate Professor of English Jennifer Stoever, who received an NEH Fellowship for her project entitled "Living Room Revolutions: Black and Brown Women Collecting Records, Selecting Sounds, and Making New Worlds in the 1970s Bronx." Dr. Stoever is a former IASH fellow and participant in IASH's NEH Grant-Writing Circle.

Tune into Coleen Watson's podcast, "The Wisdom of the People,"  designed to foster more fruitful civic discourse by bringing scholars and everyday citizens into a discussion about key concepts in democratic theory. Coleen is a Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy and a current HNY/IASH public humanities fellow. 

Tune into Season I of the "Immigrants Wake America" podcast, co-hosted and co-produced by graduate students and former HNY/IASH public humanities fellows Le Li and Shruti Jain in conjunction with the Tenement Museum. Immigrants Wake America features storytellers who share stories about migration and the centrality of immigrant women in their lives.

Looking for outside funding? IASH now provides links to searchable databases of external fellowships and grants, as well as tips to grant proposal and prospectus writing. Just click on the "Funding" link at the top of this page.

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