Internal Arts and Humanities Funding Programs
The Public Humanities Project is a non-competitive program to fund new research that benefits the Bloomington community and southern Indiana at large. It is supported by IU's Office of the Vice President for Research and managed by the IU Bloomington Arts & Humanities Council.
Arts & Humanities Council
Assoc. Vice Provost Ed Comentale
The Public Humanities Project supports research projects of varying lengths that benefit the wider Bloomington community and southern Indiana at large. Applicants must partner with civic or other community organizations to plan and manage a research agenda with scholarly as well as public deliverables. This is a non-competitive program; proposals are considered on a case-by-case basis by the director of the Arts and Humanities Council and appropriate members of the council. See the National Endowment for the Humanities website for relevant examples.
All tenured and tenure‐eligible faculty members at Indiana University Bloomington.
Prior to applying, the initial step in this non-competitive funding program is to contact Ed Comentale, director of the Arts and Humanities Council. Subsequent required application materials will include:
See Budget Template in the online application form.
Both short and long-term projects will be considered.