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Grant applications due Jan. 8, 2024. Notification by Feb. 6, 2024.
To learn more about the call for proposals and application materials for IHRC and PRJI grants, register for the November 6 workshop.
Information Session Monday, November 6, 12 noon. 116 Pearson Hall. In-person & Zoom.
Faculty awarded IHRC grants are expected to avail themselves of CTAL resources throughout the process. CTAL can review pre-submitted applications. The IHRC encourages all faculty to discuss curricular design goals before submitting a grant application. Please contact the IHRC for more information on our collaboration with CTAL.
The mission of the College of Arts and Sciences' Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center (IHRC) is to: 1) strengthen faculty research and creative activity while also enhancing its integration into the curriculum; 2) support initiatives involving multidisciplinary research teams, both within the university as well as with external partners; and 3) foster intellectual community and public engagement.
The IHRC has been an incubator for curriculum innovation and public humanities outreach since its establishment in 2009, providing seed grants to support interdisciplinary team-teaching as well as collaborative projects resulting in the establishment of new undergraduate minors (e.g., Environmental Humanities, Game Studies, the re-design of the Disability Studies minor), and inter-arts collaborations resulting in performances and exhibitions as well as scholarship and K12 outreach.
IHRC Grant Reporting Guidelines
See a sample copy of an IHRC Grant Report - Wilmington Archives Project.
See a sample copy of an IHRC Grant Report - Teaching African American Material Culture with Digital Humanities.
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