|Markkula Center for Applied Ethics||Medieval Academy of America|
|Metropolitan Museum of Art||Dr. M. Aylwin Cotton Foundation|
|Modern Humanities Research Association||Modern Language Association|
|Musica Library Association|
Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara CA 95053-0633, USA
Tel: +1-408-554 5319 Fax: +1-408-554 2373, Email: email@example.com
The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University is one of the preeminent centers for research and dialogue on ethical issues in critical areas of American life. The center works with faculty, staff, students, community leaders, and the public to address ethical issues more effectively in teaching, research, and action. The center's focus areas are business, health care and biotechnology, character education, government, global leadership, technology, and emerging issues in ethics.
Hackworth Grants for Faculty Research and Teaching in Applied Ethics
Grants will be made to support research which results in the publication of an article, part of a book, or specific piece of teaching material such as a case, or which results in a new module or course in applied ethics. Projects must have substantial ethical content. Applications are encouraged from scholars in all fields. Grants may not exceed $5000.
1430 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA 02138, USA
Tel: +1-617-491 1622 Fax: +1-617-492 3303, Email:Speculum@MedievalAcademy.org
The Medieval Academy of America, founded in 1925, is the largest organisation in the world devoted to medieval studies. It's goal is the support of research, publication and teaching in medieval art, archaeology, history, law, literature, music, philosophy, religion, science, social and economic institutions and all other aspects of the medieval ages.
The Schallek Fellowship provides a one-year grant of $30,000 to support Ph.D. dissertation research in any relevant discipline dealing with late-medieval Britain (ca. 1350-1500).
CARA Award for Outstanding Service to Medieval Studies
The CARA Award for Outstanding Service to Medieval Studies recognizes Medieval Academy members who have provided leadership in developing, organizing, promoting, and sponsoring medieval studies through the extensive administrative work that is so crucial to the health of medieval studies but that often goes unrecognized by the profession at large.
CARA Award for Excellence in Teaching
The CARA Award for Excellence in Teaching Medieval Studies recognizes Medieval Academy members who are outstanding teachers who have contributed to the profession by inspiring students at the undergraduate or graduate levels or by creating innovative and influential textbooks or other materials for teaching medieval subjects.
The Medieval Academy provides a limited number of travel grants to help independent scholars or currently unaffiliated faculty present their work at professional meetings. Awards to support travel in North America are $500; for overseas travel the awards are $750.
John Nicholas Brown Prize
The John Nicholas Brown Prize, with a monetary value of $1,000 awarded annually for a first book or monograph on a medieval subject judged by the selection committee to be of outstanding quality.
Van Courtland Elliott Prize
The Van Courtlandt Elliott Prize, valued at $500, is awarded annually for a first article in the field of medieval studies judged by the selection committee to be of outstanding quality.
Fellowship Program in Art History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York NY 10028-0198, USA [attn. Marcie Karp] Fax: 212-396-5168 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Art History Fellowships
The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers annual resident fellowships in art history to qualified graduate students at the pre-doctoral level as well as to postdoctoral researchers. Some art history fellowships for travel abroad are also available for students whose projects involve firsthand examination of paintings in major European collections.
The Bothmer Fellowship
Awarded to an outstanding graduate student who has been admitted to the doctoral program of a university in the United States, and who has submitted an outline of a thesis dealing with either Greek or Roman art.
Chester Dale Fellowships
These fellowships are intended for individuals whose fields of study are related to the fine arts of the western world and who are preferably American citizens under the age of forty. The grants, which typically cover periods from three months to one year, are for research at the Metropolitan Museum.
Andrew W. Mellon Fellowships
Provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Fund for promising young scholars with commendable research projects related to the Museum's collections, as well as for distinguished visiting scholars from this country and abroad who can serve as teachers and advisors and make their expertise available to catalogue and refine the collections. Usually a fellowship will be given for a maximum of one year, most of which should be spent at the Metropolitan Museum. Applicants should have received the doctorate or have completed substantial work toward it. Fellowships for senior scholars are also available for as short a term as one month.
J. Clawson Mills Scholarships
These scholarships are awarded for up to one year's study or research at the Museum or abroad in any branch of the fine arts relating to the Metropolitan Museum's collection. These scholarships are generally reserved for mature scholars of demonstrated ability.
Polaire Weissman Fund
The Polaire Weissman Fund provides fellowships to qualified graduate students, who preferably will have completed graduate studies in the fine arts or studies in costume, and who are interested in pursuing costume history in a museum or teaching career, or other career (including conservation) related to the field of costume. These grants are generally awarded for a nine month term.
Jane and Morgan Whitney Fellowships
Awarded for study, work or research to students of the fine arts whose fields are related to the Museum's collections, with preference to be given to students in the decorative arts who are under forty years of age. The fellowship carries the possibility of renewal for one additional year.
Theodore Rousseau Fellowships
These fellowships are intended to develop the skills of connoisseurship by supporting firsthand examination of paintings in major European collections, rather than by supporting library research. The fellowships are awarded for the training of students whose goal is to enter museums as curators of painting. Short-term fellowships of at least three months will be considered along with twelve month requests.
Annette Kade Fellowship
The Annette Kade Fellowship is awarded to French and German pre-doctoral art history students for one year's study or research at the Metropolitan Museum. The award is intended for French and German students who would not otherwise have the opportunity to study in the United States.
The Douglass Foundation Fellowship in American Art
Awarded in honor of John K. Howat to a promising young scholar for one year's study or research in the American Wing (in either the Department of American Paintings and Sculpture or the Department of American Decorative Arts) on an aspect of the Museum's collection.
c/o Albany Trustee Company Ltd, P.O. Box 232 Pollet House, The Pollet, St. Peter Port, Guernsey GY1 4LA, Channel Islands, Tel: +44-1481-724136 Fax: +44-1481-710478.
The Foundation is dedicated to the advancement of learning and education by furthering the study of archaeology, architecture, history, language and art of the Mediterranean area.
The Dr. M. Aylwin Cotton Foundation invites applications for Fellowship Awards, Publication Grants and other awards for studies in the archaeology, architecture, history, language and art of the Mediterranean. In this context the word "Mediterranean" is used without geographical limitations.
These will be awarded to persons engaged in personal academic research, normally showing a level of achievement comparable to a British or an American Ph.D (although no formal academic qualifications will be necessary).
These are available towards the cost of publication of academic research already completed or imminently available for publication
Registered office: 1 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DB, UK, Email:email@example.com
The Modern Humanities Research Association plays a major role in promoting academic endeavour in the modern humanities by facilitating the publication of original scholarly work of the highest standard.
The Modern Humanities Research Association provides financial support to the academic community in the following ways:
These awards, valued at £16,000 are made to established corporate projects rather than individuals, and are designed to hasten completion of a project through the provision of part-time research assistance. The awards will normally be for one year only, but applications will be considered from projects that have previously held an Associateship.
Conference Grant Fund
The MHRA intends to make up to five grants of up to £1,500 each to support conferences or colloquia within the field of medieval and modern European languages and literatures (including English) and held in the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland. These awards will not be made to individuals to attend conferences, but to the organizers of conferences to provide assistance with organizational support and/or the travel and subsistence costs of certain participants, including postgraduate students.
The MHRA invites applications for financial assistance towards the costs of publishing scholarly works in the field of the medieval and modern European literatures and languages (including English) which, by their nature, could not expect to be financially self-supporting.
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Founded in 1883, the Modern Language Association of America provides opportunities for its members to share their scholarly findings and teaching experiences with colleagues and to discuss trends in the academy. MLA members host an annual convention and other meetings, work with related organizations, and sustain one of the finest publishing programs in the humanities. For over a hundred years, members have worked to strengthen the study and teaching of language and literature.
James Russell Lowell Prize
For an outstanding literary or linguistic study, a critical edition of an important work, or a critical biography. Open to studies dealing with literary theory, media, cultural history, or interdisciplinary topics.
MLA Prize for a First Book
Same as for James Russell Lowell Prize.
MLA Prize for Independent Scholars
For a scholarly book in the field of English or other modern languages and literatures. At the time of publication of the book, author must not be enrolled in a program leading to an academic degree or hold a tenured, tenure-accruing, or tenure-track position in postsecondary education. Authors or publishers must request an application form from the MLA.
Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize
For an outstanding book published in English in the field of Latin American and Spanish literatures and cultures. Competing books should be broadly interpretive works that enhance understanding of the interrelations among literature, the other arts, and society.
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Comparative Literary Studies
For an outstanding scholarly work in comparative literary studies involving at least two literatures.
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for French and Francophone Studies
For an outstanding scholarly work in French or francophone linguistic or literary studies.
Kenneth W. Mildenberger Prize
For a work in the fields of language, culture, literacy, or literature with strong application to the teaching of languages other than English.
Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize
For a work in the fields of language, culture, literacy, or literature with strong application to the teaching of English.
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Publication Award for a Manuscript in Italian Literary Studies
For an outstanding manuscript dealing with any aspect of the languages and literatures of Italy.
William Sanders Scarborough Prize
For an outstanding scholarly study of black American literature or culture.
MLA Prize in United States Latina and Latino and Chicana and Chicano Literary and Cultural Studies
For an outstanding scholarly study in any language of United States Latina and Latino or Chicana and Chicano literature or culture.
MLA Prize for a Distinguished Bibliography
For an outstanding enumerative or descriptive bibliography.
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Studies in Germanic Languages and Literatures
For an outstanding scholarly work on the linguistics or literatures of any of the Germanic languages (Danish, Dutch, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Yiddish).
Howard R. Marraro Prize
For an outstanding scholarly work on any phase of Italian literature or comparative literature involving Italian.
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for a Translation of a Literary Work
For an outstanding translation into English of a book-length literary work.
Fenia and Yaakov Leviant Memorial Prize
For an outstanding English translation of a Yiddish literary work.
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for a Translation of a Scholarly Study of Literature
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Studies in Slavic Languages and Literatures
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Italian Studies
Morton N. Cohen Award for a Distinguished Edition of Letters
MLA Prize for a Distinguished Scholarly Edition
Lois Roth Award for a Translation of a Literary Work
Music Library Association, Inc., c/o A-R Editions, 8551 Research Way, Suite 180, Middleton, WI 53562, USA
Tel: +1-608-836 5825.
Founded in 1931, MLA is the professional organization in the United States devoted to music librarianship and all aspects of music materials in libraries.
Dena Epstein Award
The amount to be awarded is $2000. A grant may be awarded to support research in archives or libraries (both nationally and internationally) on any aspect of American music.
Kevin Freeman Travel Grant
The grant supports attendance at the Music Library Association's annual meeting by music librarians new to the field. Recipients receive gratis conference registration and a cash award of up to $750 for travel costs
Walter Gerboth Award
The Gerboth Award is made to members of MLA who are in the first five years of their professional library careers, to assist research-in-progress in music or music librarianship.
Carol June Bradley Award
This annual award for Historical Research in Music Librarianship, in the amount of $1,000, will be granted to support studies that involve the history of music libraries or special collections; biographies of music librarians; studies of specific aspects of music librarianship; and studies of music library patrons' activities.