Are you a faculty member considering applying for an NEH fellowship? IASH will again be sponsoring an NEH writing circle to support faculty planning to
submit proposals for this year’s Fellowship or Summer Stipend programs, although faculty interested in any NEH funding program or comparable fellowship
programs are invited to participate. Junior faculty are especially encouraged to attend.
Several participants in past circles have won NEH Fellowships. Questions? Please email
Dr. Elisa Camiscioli.
IASH encourages recent doctoral graduates to apply for the Emerging Voices Fellowship Program from American Council of Learned Societies. Scholars whose PhDs were conferred between
January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2021 are welcome to apply. Applications are due
January 12, 2022.
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 look on our "Funding Opportunities" page.
Are you a doctoral student in the humanities or humanistic social sciences interested
in exploring career options beyond academia? IASH is now accepting applications for the Humanities Without Walls Predoctoral Career Diversity Summer Workshop. IASH may nominate one student each year for this competitive national workshop,
and applications for summer 2022 have now passed but please check back again in the
fall for more information on applying to this program.
IASH is done accepting applications for its 2022-23 Faculty Fellowships. Stay tuned, applications for 2023-2024 will
open again next fall.
Congratulations to Olga Blomgren, a 2020 Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, who has been named an ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow. She is spending this year at Brown University's Center for Language Studies.