The Interseminars initiative provides funding and administrative infrastructure for collaborative teaching, sustained interdisciplinary inquiry, and public- and community-facing research in the humanities and arts.
HRI Research Clusters enable faculty and graduate students in the humanities and arts from the University of Illinois to develop questions or subjects of inquiry that require or would be enhanced by collaborative work.
The Mellon Pre-Doctoral Fellow engages in a research-based project using an interdisciplinary approach to engage audiences beyond the walls of the university. They also maintain a one-year residency with the Odyssey Project.
HWW’s third Grand Research Challenge will require applicants to build a commitment to methodologies of reciprocity and redistribution into their project design that is clearly communicated in their proposal narratives, regardless of the research topic or theme they focus on.
Seed Grant Funding of up to $2,000 awarded per collaborative team to support proposal development leading up to the Humanities Without Walls (HWW) Grand Research Challenge application deadline in November 2022.
The Supplemental Event Fund (SEF) is designed to support events centered in the humanities and arts that have significant funding elsewhere on campus and are seeking supplemental co-sponsorship. Funds awarded on a rolling basis.