1) Contact and biographical information about the applicant
2) A curriculum vitae of no more than 10 pages
3) A statement the significance of your project to knowledge in the humanities, broadly considered (100-word maximum).
4) A brief description (not more than 1,000 words) of a research project. State clearly the objectives, significance, methodology, and originality of the project in a manner clear to nonspecialists (the selection committee is composed of a range of scholars from humanities fields and may not include specialists in your field). For sample project proposals, view: Project Proposal 1 (PDF)
; Project Proposal 2 (PDF)
5) Three reference letters. Applicants are advised to have no more than one reference letter from an individual at their home institution. Reference letters should be written in English. If this is impossible, we reserve the right to request a translation. Referees are encouraged to submit letters through our online application system. Referees who wish to submit their letter of reference via email should send letters to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Reference letters must be received at the Center by the application deadline. Consideration of letters received after that date cannot be guaranteed.