Provost Grants for Research in Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts
- The Office of the Provost supports excellence in faculty scholarly and creative work through the Provost Grants for Research in Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts.
- Faculty in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts are eligible for grants awards, which are intended to provide funding in fields with little external or start-up funding.
- Applications for the 2019-2020 grants are due January 15, 2020.
- Additional information about the grants can be found on the About the Grants page.
- Questions about the application or process can be directed to Joan Johnson, Director of Faculty (email@example.com).
2019 Grant Recipients
- John Cutler, Associate Professor, English, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences - “Invisible Hands: Latinx Modernism and Spanish-Language Print Culture”
- Marcela Fuentes, Assistant Professor, Performance Studies, School of Communication - “Together We Are Infinite: Ni Una Menos and the Work of Feminist Performance Constellations”
- Ava Greenwell, Professor, Journalism, Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications - “Mission Possible: Chicago’s Free South Africa Movement”
- Martina Kerlova, Associate Professor of Instruction, German, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences - “Erich Heller, Bohemian Germanist in Anglo-American Exile”
- Gregory MacAyeal, Curator of the Music Library, Distinctive Collections, University Libraries - “John Cage, Glenn Branca and the 1982 New Music Festival”
- Michelle Molina, Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences - “The Reverberations of Exile: Intimate Encounters in the Catholic Atlantic World”
- Jennifer Nash, Associate Professor, African American Studies, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences - “Black Maternal Politics”
- Dassia Posner, Associate Professor, Theatre, School of Communication - "The Moscow Kamerny Theater: An Artistic History"
- John Paul Sniadecki, Assistant Professr, Radio, Television, Film, School of Communication - “Cairo, IL”
- Claudia Swan, Associate Professor, Art History, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences - “Encounter Objects: Towards a Material History of Global Baroque Dutch Art”