Each participant will receive a stipend of $1500, housing on campus, meals, and assistance with travel costs. Help will be provided for those with special needs.
Any full-time faculty member of any rank who teaches at an American college or university or any foreign citizen who has taught full time in the United States for a minimum of three years is welcome to apply to the Institute. The Institute is especially designed for two and four-year college faculty who teach in the humanities, in particular in English literature, classics (Latin and medieval Latin), foreign languages, comparative literature, medieval studies, music, religious studies, philosophy, history, and the study of women and gender. Preference will be given to those with a Ph.D. and several years of teaching for whom the Institute might make the most significant difference in their teaching and research and who have not attended an NEH Institute or Seminar in recent years.
You may request a brochure to be mailed to you via regular post by filling out this online form (the brochure contains the same information as this website). A complete application should include the official NEH application form (download by clicking and printing out) and these materials (note: there IS no other application form):
Title or Rank
Social Security Number
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS MARCH 1, 1997. Notifications will be made by March 28. Participants are expected to remain throughout the entire period of the institute and to participate in the work of the institute on a full-time basis. Send completed application to:
|Professor Jane Chance
Director, NEH Institute on Medieval Women
Department of English-MS 30
6100 Main St.
Houston, TX 77005-1892
713-527-8101 x2625 (faxes: 713-285-5991; 524-3304)
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