$50,000 Sabbatical Research Fellowship for Classics and/or English/Literature

Location
Virginia, United States
Salary
Salary Not specified
Posted
Jul 20, 2021
Employment Level
Fellowship
Employment Type
Full Time

IHS Sabbatical Research Fellowships 

Deadline: September 1, 2021

Type: Faculty, Non-Tenured, Tenured and Tenure Track 

Compensation Amount: $50,000 / semester-long sabbatical 

The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) is offering semester-long sabbaticals for the study, research, and teaching of classical liberal ideas including private property, free speech, individual rights, open markets and other precepts.

Both tenured and tenure track may apply. IHS traditionally works with academics in the fields of economics, political science, philosophy, history, and law, however scholars in other disciplines are welcome to apply. 

Fellowships will be given in the amount of $50,000.

Awards are not limited to tenured faculty. Faculty at any stage of their career may apply. Academics looking to complete book projects or articles as part of a tenure application or promotion dossier are especially encouraged to apply.

Application and Deadline

Decisions for our most recent deadline will be announced May 28, 2021.

September 1, 2021 | Applications for fall 2022, spring 2023, and fall 2023 fellowships are due.
November 1, 2021 | Decisions announced.

March 1, 2022 | Applications for spring 2023, fall 2023, and spring 2024 fellowships are due.
May 2, 2022 | Decisions announced.

Applicants will be notified of their application status within four weeks of the deadline. Applications submitted after 11:59 pm PST on the night of each deadline, will be considered in the subsequent review period.

Information about the Institute for Humane Studies

The Institute for Humane Studies partners with professors to promote the teaching and research of liberty and to advance higher education’s core purpose of intellectual discovery and human progress.

Our vision is to ensure higher education becomes a place where classical liberal ideas are regularly taught, discussed, challenged, and developed, and where free speech, intellectual diversity, and open inquiry flourish.