Lewis-Reynolds-Smith Founders Fellowship
Each year the Hemingway Society awards two grants of $1,000 each to support the development of a Hemingway-related scholarly project (thesis, dissertation, journal article, book, or other significant scholarly product). The award honors the contributions of Robert W. Lewis, Michael Reynolds, and Paul Smith, whose work greatly influenced Hemingway studies. Recipients may use the fellowship to fund many project-related expenses including but not limited to research-related travel, photocopying and photo duplication, or the purchase of project-related software, materials, or equipment.
The criteria for judging proposals will be the clarity, originality, and feasibility of the project; its value in furthering Hemingway scholarship, criticism, or instruction; and, where appropriate, the likelihood of its publication. The fellowship is open to all scholars and graduate students, with preference given to enrolled graduate students and recent recipients of doctorate degrees.
Complete applications (including a letter of recommendation) are due by March 1, 2018.
Questions about the Fellowship should be directed to the Founders Fellowship Committee chair, Dr. Verna Kale, firstname.lastname@example.org