The Southern Jewish Historical Society Grant
Deadline: August 15
- The Project Completion Grant– is intended to facilitate the completion of projects relevant to Jewish history in the Southern United States. Such projects might include the publication of books or exhibit catalogs or the preparation of exhibit modules. Grants may not be used to fund research or travel. A total of $6000 will be divided among funded applications.
- The Kawaler Research/Travel Grant assists individuals with travel and other expenses related to conducting research in Southern Jewish history. A total of $2000 will be divided among funded applications. Applicants must present a plan of research, indicating the libraries and/or archives where they intend to work, and their goal, as well as a budget of expenses and other sources of funding and contact information.
- The Lowenstein Archival Grant encourages the preservation of archival materials related to Southern Jewish history. A total of $1000 will be divided among funded applications. Applicants must include a description of the project and a budget and contact information.
(last checked 2/14/17)