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Humanities Research for the Public Good
Proposed projects should engage undergraduate students in research initiatives that utilize institutional collections (such as those held in a special collections library, archive, or museum) to address issues of importance and interest to the local community. The student research might include a course-based project, an independent study, or a stipend-funded research assistantship. The resulting public program could take the form of an exhibit, public walking tour, website, video documentary or podcast, lecture or other face-to-face presentation, or some other creative format for sharing research and promoting community conversations.
IU Bloomington Law & Society Scholar- in-Residence for fall 2019 or spring 2020
Invites faculty to spend their sabbatical or pre-sabbatical research leave at the law school on IU’s Bloomington campus. Applicants from our scholarship partner schools will be given preferential treatment in the selection process. In addition to an office at the law school, the scholars in residence will receive an $8,000 honorarium, a semester-long affiliation with our Center for Law, Society & Culture, and assistance in locating housing during their three-month stay in Bloomington.
Deadline: December 15, 2018
Professional Development Opportunities
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