Fellowship & Grant Recipients
Susan Neiman receives the Twenty-First Susanne M. Glasscock Humanities Book Prize for Interdisciplinary Scholarship
The Glasscock Center for Humanities Research annually funds up to ten Graduate Research Fellowships at $2,000 each. Departments can nominate up to two graduate students to be considered for these awards. To be eligible, students in affiliated departments have to be working on a Doctoral dissertation or Masters thesis but could be at the initial […]
This grant supports interactions between faculty and students focused on investigations of ethical issues or ethics in general.
Two awards were granted under this year’s Buttrill Ethics program.
Louis Hyman receives the Twentieth Susanne M. Glasscock Humanities Book Prize for Interdisciplinary Scholarship
Congratulations to next year’s Glasscock Fellows! For more information about each fellowship, click on the title above each recipient list, or see our Internal Funding Opportunities page here. Academic Professional Track Faculty Research Fellowship Dr. Matthew DelCiampo | Lecturer, Department of Performance Studies | “Everywhere and Nowhere: Indie Music and the Construction of Whiteness in […]
The Glasscock Book Prize, first awarded in 1999, originated by the Texas A&M Center for Humanities Research, was permanently endowed in December 2000 by Melbern G. Glasscock ’59 and his wife Susanne M. Glasscock, for whom the prize is now named.
The Glasscock Center makes available grants in the fall and spring semesters of up to $1,500 each to be used toward the costs of publishing a manuscript of humanities-related scholarship. This grant is intended to cover costs for substantive enhancements to the manuscript which are required for publication (graphics, maps, tables, permissions, subventions, figures, translation […]
The objective of this grant is to expand undergraduate research in the humanities by providing an intensive summer research experience in which students will be introduced to important research questions, trained in methods of research and analysis, and guided in the development of critical thinking, independent learning, and communications skills.
Each year, the Glasscock Center offers one grant to encourage humanities scholars to establish partnerships and conduct preliminary work that will lay the foundation for original expanded collaborative research projects. Collaborative research – the joint conceptualization, execution, and dissemination of research by teams of two or more scholars – has the potential to bring a new […]
The Cushing-Glasscock Graduate Award supports research projects in the humanities that are based on the collections of the Cushing Memorial Library and Archives. The committee awards funding for up to two projects in the amount of $2,000 each, tenable from 1 June to 31 August of the year in which the award is made. This […]