The History of Philosophy Forum offers two grant programs to support the work of visiting researchers working on topics in the history of philosophy (broadly construed): an annual Small Grants Program for International Researchers and a Summer Writing and Research Grant program.
Small Grants Program for International Researchers
Our Small Grants Program for International Researchers is open to scholars based at institutions outside the USA.These grants are intended to defray the costs of a short stay at the University of Notre Dame, for the purposes of conducting history-of-philosophy research that would benefit from the use of our world-class library resources and consultation/collaboration with our faculty. The grant can only be used for travel and accommodation. Award amounts are in the range of $1,400-$4,000, with 4-5 grants potentially available each year. Applications for this program are currently closed; we invite you to join our mailing list for updates on Forum events and future grant opportunities!
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Summer Writing and Research Grants
Our Summer Writing and Research Grant program invites applicants working on research projects in the history of philosophy (broadly construed) who are interested in visiting Notre Dame for writing and/or research during the summer. Recipients are given access to Notre Dame's world-class library, and are provided free accommodation for one month in a furnished visitng faculty apartment next to campus. Applications for this program are currently closed; we invite you to join our mailing list for updates on Forum events and future grant opportunities!
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Event Funding & Sponsorships
The Forum offers an internal grant program available to Notre Dame faculty and graduate students, to provide funding and planning assistance for events pertaining to the history of philosophy, broadly construed. Commonly sponsored events include hosted lectures, panel discussions, reading groups, and workshops. Applications for the 2023-2024 academic year are being considered on a rolling basis until all allocated funds are disbursed.
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