CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Humanities Council is providing grants starting from $1,500 or much less up to $20,000.
The council is particularly considering tasks that handle civic engagement and civics schooling, it mentioned in a information launch.
The deadline is Feb. 1. The classes are main grants, up to $20,000 awarded twice a yr; fellowships of $3,000 awarded yearly for scholarly analysis tasks; and minigrants, $1,500 or much less awarded 4 instances a yr.
Major grants are for public packages which will embody lectures, faculty tasks, symposia, panel discussions and different occasions.
Eligible fellowship tasks embody historical past, principle and criticism of the humanities; ethics; historical past; and different matters.
Minigrants help small tasks, single occasions, lectures, small museum displays and different work. Minigrant deadlines are Feb. 1, April 1, June 1 and Oct. 1.
More data is on the market at www.wvhumanities.org.
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