Foundation / Corporation
Wyoming Institute for Humanities Research (WIHR)
Fellowships of $3,000 and $5,000 to Wyoming university researchers and faculty members for collaborative work related to the humanities. Fellows will produce a performance, publication, external proposal, or exhibit. Preference will be given to projects that have a public component.
Fellows will receive the opportunity to work together in a weekly Research Group meeting, in which fellows will workshop projects in progress.
Fellows will commit to the submission of a publication, performance, or exhibit of their work, or an external grant or fellowship proposal within twelve months of the receipt of the fellowship and to acknowledging the humanities research institute their final publication, performance, or exhibition. Fellows must also be in residence during the fellowship semester.
WIHR welcomes projects in the humanities, broadly defined. Interdisciplinary work is welcome, provided that the humanities content of the project is substantial. Fellows will be encouraged to share their work with the community; therefore projects with a public-facing character will receive special consideration.
GrantWatch ID#: 176712
Tenure-track Fellows in the College of Arts and Sciences, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, Health Sciences, and the College of Education will receive a $3000 stipend and also one course replacement during the fellowship semester. Fellows in the libraries and American Heritage Center will receive an equivalent amount of release time. Fellows not on the tenure-track will receive a $5000 stipend, but no course replacement.
Fellows will commit to the submission of a publication, performance, or exhibit of their work, or an external grant or fellowship proposal within twelve months of the receipt of the fellowship.
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Wyoming Institute for Humanities Research
Dr. Scott Henkel, Director
The Cooper House
1000 East University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
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