The Episcopal Women’s History Project Research Awards and Travel Grants
Deadline: March 1
The Episcopal Women’s History Project encourages research and publication about the lives and work of women throughout the history of the Episcopal Church, including the period of the colonial Anglican Church. EWHP annually offers;
Research and travel grants in the amounts of $500
The triennial Frank Sugeno Research Award in the amount of $1000. Grants may be used for travel, the acquisition of research materials, or other research expenses.
Proposals may focus on an individual Episcopal woman or on women’s organizations, from the colonial period to the present. Projects involving the overseas activities of Episcopal women will also be considered. Previous grants have been awarded for a variety of projects, including the completion of a biography of the Rev. Gladys Lucile Hall, collection of primary texts for a documentary history of Anglican and Episcopal women in America, and identifying and researching pre-1950 murals created by Episcopal women.
The Ruth Alexander Award of $100 is given annually to a published work (article or book) that best exemplifies the use of local or diocesan history materials in the previous calendar year. Nominations for this award should be made by March 1 and should include one copy of the work.
The Malcom and Pat Diesenroth Award of $250 recognizes the outstanding efforts of a parish to preserve or tell its history, especially the stories of women who helped form its congregational life. These efforts could take many forms and are not limited to traditional written articles or books. It may be awarded annually depending on nominations.
Finally, there is the Seminary Essay Prize in Women’s History, which awards $250 to the winner.
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(last checked 1/25/17)