The Humanities Council supports faculty and graduate projects related to humanistic inquiry.
The Magic Project provides innovation grants ranging from $5,000 to $75,000 to Princeton faculty. More »
Faculty summer stipends help develop new team-taught undergraduate courses in Humanistic Studies. More »
Princeton faculty are provided additional research time to engage with the University humanities community in cross-disciplinary contexts. More »
The Council provides funds, connections, and logistical support for faculty and research staff who wish to establish or maintain interdisciplinary reading and discussion groups. More »
Funds are available to support public humanities ventures, such as events in collaboration with public institutions such as high schools, community colleges, or prisons; co-sponsorships with nonprofit or community organizations; or programming to bring the humanities to wide attention. Eligible expenses include travel, lodging, and materials. More »