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Summer Stipend Competition 2011

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  1. Summer StipendCompetition 2011 The National Endowment for the Humanities

  2. Request for Proposal (RFP) • The NEH Summer Stipends program funds roughly 11% of applicants in each annual competition. • Guidelines and instructions:

  3. The Humanities Include • Language (both modern and classical) • Linguistics • Literature • History • Jurisprudence • Philosophy • Archaeology • Comparative Religion • Ethics • The Arts (History, Theory and Criticism) • Social Sciences • Aspects that have humanistic content and employ humanistic methods • Study & application of the humanities to human environment with attention to reflecting diverse heritage, traditions, and histories and to the relevance of the humanities to the current conditions of national life.“ (Taken from the 1965 National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Act)

  4. Summer Stipend Supports • Individuals working on advanced research of value to humanities scholars, general audiences, or both • Production of articles, monographs, books, digital materials, archaeological site reports, translations, editions, or other scholarly resources • Full-time work on a humanities project for a period of two months • Projects at any stage of development

  5. “Cultures internationally or within the United States. International projects might seek to enlarge Americans’ understanding of other places and times, as well as other perspectives and intellectual traditions. American projects might explore the great variety of cultural influences on, and myriad subcultures within, American society.” “Projects might also investigate how Americans have approached and attempted to surmount seemingly unbridgeable cultural divides Projects might examine the ideals of civility and civic discourse that have informed this quest.” See: From the Summer Stipend Web Site New Stipend initiative Bridging Cultures

  6. Supports work done in two summer months but arrangements can be made for other times of the year if necessary and with NEH approval Recipients may hold only one NEH-administered program in support of individual research (Fellowship, Summer Stipend, Teaching Development Fellowship) in federal FY2011(Oct 1, 2010-Sept 30, 2011) $6,000 for two consecutive months of required full-time research for and/or writing the funded project Recipients may hold other research grants at the same time as the Stipend but they must devote full-time work to Summer Stipends projects during the two-month tenure of the award. (Grants other than NEH) Stipend Facts

  7. Rules and Regulations • University-affiliated scholars enter the university’s internal competition • University selects two scholars as its candidates in the national competition • The NEH Chairperson selects the awardees based on recommendations from the Peer Review Reading Committees • Prior winners may compete again after a five-year hiatus from their last Stipend award • The award is to the scholar, not the university

  8. Final Product and Dissemination • NEH intends that the awards it makes results in work that finds “the broadest possible audience” • To attain that goal, NEH expects scholars, educators, students, and the public to find that NEH grant products area readily accessible • NEH requires that the Summer Stipends awards meet this goal • Scholars’ projects may result in the creation of digital resources, such as websites, and especially those that are free to the public. • Detailed guidance on access and dissemination matters can be found in Section IV of the Summer Stipend Guidelines,

  9. Important Links • List of Previous Recipients w/Project Titles Sample Applications • American History (6-page PDF) • Asian Studies (6-page PDF) • British Literature (6-page PDF) • Latin American Studies (7-page PDF) • Philosophy (7-page PDF)

  10. Eligible Candidates • US Citizens & Foreign Nationals who reside in the US or one of its jurisdictions • Residency must begin at least three years prior to the time of application. Ineligible Candidates • Recipients of a Summer Stipend in 2003 or • the Following years • Students enrolled in a degree program

  11. Exempt from Nomination • Independent scholars not affiliated with a college or university • Non-faculty college and university staff members who will not be teaching during the academic year preceding the award tenure • Adjunct faculty, part-time faculty, and applicants with academic appointments that terminate by the summer of the award tenure

  12. Doctoral dissertation or Thesis Research by students in degree programs Specific policy studies Educational or technical impact assessments Preparation/Publication of textbooks Studies of teaching methods or theories Surveys of courses and programs Curriculum development Inventories of collections Creative or performing arts work (painting, writing fiction or poetry, dance performance, etc.) Projects promoting a particular political, religious, or ideological point of view Projects advocating a particular program of social action Ineligible Uses

  13. Program Contacts National Endowment for the Humanities Division of Research, Room 318 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, D.C. 20506 Telephone: 202-606-8200 Hearing-impaired via TDD at 1-866-372-2930

  14. William R MORGAN, PhD Associate Dean & ProfessorCollege of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) RT 1822 Telephone: Christine Sell, MA, CRA Office of Sponsored Programs & Research PHH308 Telephone: 687- 3625 E-Mail: CSU Contacts

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