The National Endowment for the Humanities is now accepting applications to the Summer Seminars and Institutes in 2019:
- Museums: Humanities in the Public Sphere (Washington, D.C.)
- Material Maps in the Digital Age, a Summer Seminar for College and University Faculty at the Newberry Library (Chicago)
- Making Modernism: Literature and Culture in Chicago, 1893–1955 (Chicago)
- Writing and Democracy in Western New York: Situating Tocqueville, Cooper, Stanton, and Douglass (Ithaca, NY)
- Understanding Middle Eastern Millennials through Literature, Culture, and Media (Tucson)
- Colonial Experiences and Their Legacies in Southeast Asia (Honolulu)
- José Martí and the Immigrant Communities of Florida in Cuban Independence and the Dawn of the American Century (Tampa)
- Jewish History in the American South (Charleston, SC)
- Philosophical Responses to Empiricism in Kant, Hegel, and Sellars (Durham, NC)
- Religion, Secularism, and the Novel (Iowa City)
Ranging in duration from one to four weeks, NEH Seminars and Institutes are designed primarily for full-time or part-time faculty who teach undergraduate students. Those employed by museums, libraries, historical societies, and other organizations are also eligible. All applicants must demonstrate that their participation will advance the teaching and scholarly goals of the program. Applicants must be United States citizens, residents of U.S. jurisdictions, or foreign nationals who resided in the United States for at least three years.
Applications are due by March 1, 2019, to the individual programs. Successful applicants will receive free tuition and a stipend to attend.
Further information can be found on the Summer Seminars and Institutes webpage.