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UCHRI Call for Proposals 2015-2016

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UCHRI seeks to foster multi-campus and multi-disciplinary partnerships. We especially encourage programs that connect scholars with one another both across the UC system and globally, ...

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Winter 2014 Funding Snapshot

Funding Snapshot for Faculty and Graduate Students (through March) JANUARY 26 Mabelle McLeod Lewis Memorial Fund Dissertation Completion Awards   31 Dissertation Fellowship, African and ...

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Call for Applications: 2013-14 Research Clusters

This program is designed to encourage and support research in any area of the Humanities. In addition to programming, we encourage the clusters to view this as seed funding and to think about ways the cluster can serve as an incubator for larger projects in the future and how they can leverage cluster funds to secure extramural funding. [...]

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Reminder: HUGRA Applications Due November 30

Humanities Undergraduate Research Awards (HUGRA) support and encourage undergraduate research in the humanities. Up to 10 awards in the amount of $500 each are given each year. There are no constraints on the expenditure of the stipend. [...]

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The Humanities Really Do Produce a Profit

The humanities—philosophy, art history, English literature, Slavic languages, musicology, and the rest—are quaint, elderly relatives that the real, serious, modern university (consisting of technological researchers and the professional schools) subsidizes out of charitable tradition but has trouble pampering during difficult times.

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UCIRA Planning Grants

The UC Institute for Research in the Arts (UCIRA) recently announced the launch of three new areas of interest: Social Ecologies: California-centric embedded arts research; Social Technologies: New models of value exchange; and Integrative Methodologies: Re-negotiating the art/science paradigm. UCIRA has a small amount of funding available to individuals/groups wishing to convene to explore the possibility for new collaborative area(s) of research and/or project development in relationship to one of these three areas.

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