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Deadline: Mellon Pre-Doctoral Fellowships in Bio-Humanities application

Bio-Humanities is an emerging field distinguished by its critical and creative appropriation of findings in the biological sciences for the purpose of reimagining and reconfiguring our sense of human being and of the meaning and significance of human undertakings.

Learn more about the 2016-18 IPRH–Andrew W. Mellon Pre-Doctoral (Graduate Student) Fellowships in Bio-Humanities

 

 

Deadline: IPRH Faculty and Graduate Student Campus Fellowship application

Learn more about IPRH faculty and graduate student campus fellowships at iprh.illinois.edu/fellowships/campus/index.html.

Deadline: Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Bio-Humanities application

Bio-Humanities is an emerging field distinguished by its critical and creative appropriation of findings in the biological sciences for the purpose of reimagining and reconfiguring our sense of human being and of the meaning and significance of human undertakings.

Learn more about the 2016-18 IPRH–Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Bio-Humanities

Sharing the Wealth of Knowledge: 50 Years of NEH Engagement at Illinois

NEH 50–Questions in Common@Illinois: Lecture by Gregg Lambert “Is the Humanities a Collaborative Enterprise?”

Lecture: Gregg Lambert (English, Syracuse University)
“Is the Humanities a Collaborative Enterprise?”

Critical Digital Humanities@Illinois: Scholarly Commons Brown Bag Workshop - Teaching with Digital Humanities, led by Harriett Green

This workshop will provide an overview of how digital humanities tools and resources can be used in undergraduate and graduate courses, particularly in support of student-initiated research.  Harriett Green, English and Digital Humanities Librarian, will draw upon her multiple previous collaborations with Urbana campus instructors to show different ways that students can use digital publishing platforms and digital humanities research tools in coursework and final projects.

Critical Digital Humanities@Illinois: Women in Print, Value-added E-books, and New Digital Collaborations

Women in Print is a new peer-reviewed e-book series published by the University of Illinois that focuses on texts used in cultural history, gender studies, and literature courses. This is a “value-added” e-book designed to help students put these texts in context as they explore the physical book and its reception history. A truly collaborative project, Women in Print is the result of efforts by the Press, the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Art + Design, the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, and scholars from around the country.

NEH 50–Questions in Common@Illinois: “What Is the Work of Scholarly Expertise in a Rapidly Changing World?”

This event is free and open to the public.

Deadline: NEH Summer Stipend Awards 2016

Applications are invited for the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend Program for summer 2016. Successful applicants receive an outright award of $6,000 to support two continuous months of research and writing. Recipients must work full-time on their projects for these two months, and may hold other research grants supporting the same project during this time. (NEH Summer Stipends do not require cost sharing and do not include indirect costs.)

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