The Center for the Humanities at the University of New Hampshire has announced a series of Mellon-funded summer institutes in public humanities.
The program will pay a modest stipend, travel, meals, and lodging costs for all participants. Faculty participants will make three commitments beyond their attendance. They will agree to: a) plan and initiate an engaged project in the following academic year (for which they will be eligible to apply to the institute for a $5,000 start-up award); b) commit to using the summer’s institute as a basis for initiating curricular or institutional change; and c) submit a written report before the following year’s institute.
More information about applications will be available in mid-January.