HNY is proud to announce the continuation of the Post-Incarceration Humanities Partnership, thanks to the generous support of the Mellon Foundation. This grant is designed for organizations that want to learn and collaborate with others who are addressing the needs of previously incarcerated individuals and their communities. For more information, check out the announcement of this award as well as the Post-Incarceration Humanities Partnership page.
For over a decade, the Humanities Centers Initiative (HCI) has been supporting the translation of the humanities from an academic setting into the public sphere. The Public Humanities Grant provides funding for graduate students from HNY's partner universities to create public humanities programming in partnership with their community. The application for the next cohort will open in the fall. More information about requirements and deadlines can be found on the HCI page.