Grants for Columbia students

Applications are now closed. Please check back in April 2021 for a new application cycle.

Requirements
  • Attend an online orientation.
  • Prepare a project schedule in consultation with SNFPHI’s Associate Director at the beginning of the program
  • Submit a written report upon the completion of the program that may be used by SNFPHI online and in printed materials

 

Contact snfphi@columbia.edu with any questions about the grant or the application process.

Applications are now closed. Please check back in April 2021 for a new application cycle.

Description

These grants support Columbia undergraduates, graduate students, and recent MA and PhD recipients interested in pursuing an independent public humanities project in Hellenic Studies or collaborating with a current SNFPHI project underway in Greece. The projects will be conducted remotely in June and July. We are particularly encouraging applications from those with an interest in oral history, curatorial studies, digital humanities, visual anthropology, film, or sound art. Three grants of $1500 will be awarded to undergraduate students and three grants of $2000 to graduate students or recent MA and PhD recipients. One of the latter three grants is designated for a current student or graduate of the Oral History MA program, while the other two grants are open to students from any department or program.

 

Application material
  • Resume or CV (1-3 pages)
  • A cover letter describing your proposed independent project or your proposed collaboration with a current SNFPHI project and contact details for one reference (1-2 pages)

*Please upload a single PDF document

Requirements
  • Attend an online orientation.
  • Prepare a project schedule in consultation with SNFPHI’s Associate Director at the beginning of the program
  • Submit a written report upon the completion of the program that may be used by SNFPHI online and in printed materials

 

Contact snfphi@columbia.edu with any questions about the grant or the application process.

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