Grants & Foundation Relations

Re-Centering the Humanities Project

Re-Centering the Humanities funded proposal 

No current calls for proposals.


All Re-Centering the Humanities grant proposals are reviewed by the oversight committee:

Dan Terkla, Project Director; Joanne Diaz; Emily Kelahan; Kristine Nielsen; Becky Roesner; and William Munro.

Grants Awarded:

Student (Research) Assistants, $500.00 to employ student assistant/s for research endeavors.

Speaker-and-Performance Series grants: Ideally, these events will inspire IWU faculty, staff, and students to collaborate on re-imagining artistic production, interdisciplinary pedagogy, research, or community-based learning. The following series are set for academic year 2013-2014.

Academic year 2014-2015:

Awarded September, 2014:

Awarded December, 2014:

Awarded April, 2015:

Mellon Humanities Fellows: Faculty receive $1,500 to support work on scholarly or artistic projects that re-center the Humanities and cross-disciplinary boundaries. Humanities Fellows for the 2013-2014 academic year:


Awarded September, 2014:

Awarded December, 2014:

Awarded April, 2015:

Undergraduate Conferences/Workshops, $3,000.00

Faculty Workshops for 2014-2015

Team Taught Courses (2015-2018)

Mellon Summer Humanities Scholars, Student Summer Research, sponsored by Faculty Advisor

Summer 2013:

Summer 2014:

Summer 2015:


For additional information, please contact Dan Terkla,