Congratulations to the 2022 Summer Grant Award recipients!
The Humanities Institute Summer Grants are open to tenure-earning and tenured faculty whose research falls under the NEH definition of the humanities. Awards are up to $5,000. These funds may be used for travel for research, archival work, essential project-driven equipment, publishing support, research assistance, or summary salary.
2022 Summer Grant Recipients
David Arbesú (World Languages)
Traveling to Florida: Edition and Translation of the 1565 Diary of Father Mendoza Grajales
Pablo Brescia (World Languages)
Rage Against the Machine: Technological Fictions from Latin America
Holly Dunn (School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies)
Why Am I Here? A Novel About Fieldwork in Conflict
Matthew Kessler (World Languages)
Conducting genre-based research: A methodological guide
Julia Koets (English)
Someone Will Remember Us: A Collection of Essays on Queerness, Loss, Memory, & Poetry
John Lennon (English)
Muralism’s contradictory function in the political economy of a post-Brexit Northern Ireland
Janna Merrick and Jody McBrien (School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies, TPA and SM)
In Search of Safety: Refugees, Asylum-Seekers, and Irregular Immigrants in Italy
David Rubin (Women's and Gender Studies)
Amy Rust (Humanities and Cultural Studies)
Props for an Ecological Age
Past Summer Grant Awards
View all previous faculty research summer grant awards below.