Hemingway Research Grant

February 21st, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

Hemingway Research Grant
Deadline: March 15

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum contains a collection of Ernest Hemingway’s manuscript materials. This collection, donated by Mary Hemingway, spans Hemingway’s entire career and contains ninety percent of his manuscripts. Student and scholars who wish to use this collection are able to do so through the use of the archival holdings. Scholars who require financial assistance for the use of the collection can apply for the Hemingway Research Grant offered through the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation.

The Hemingway research grant can go towards travel and living expenses acquired by scholars performing research within the Hemingway collection. The number of awards and award amount will vary upon the grant deadline. The award is typically granted in an amount between $200 and $1000.

It is important for those applying to also keep the following in mind:

  •                Individuals can only apply for the research grant once in a given year
  •                The review committee will assess each application and determine the grant awardee
  •                Applications must be completed in full to be considered

You can find more information on the Hemingway research grant and how to apply here.

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