2016 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute
"Teaching the Reformation After Five Hundred Years"
hosted by the Meeter Center.
Colleagues at US colleges and universities who are teaching or will be teaching any aspect of the Reformation are invited to apply for one of the twenty-five spots in the forthcoming NEH summer institute, "Teaching the Reformation After Five Hundred Years."
This prestigious three week intensive program takes place from July 11 to July 29, 2016 at the Meeter Center, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, co-directed by Karin Maag (Director of the Meeter Center) and Katherine Van Liere (History Department, Calvin College), joined by David Whitford (Religion Department, Baylor University) as the third leading instructor. These three experts on the Reformed, Catholic, and Lutheran Reformations will be joined by visiting lecturers for two days each: Katherine French (University of Michigan) for the medieval context, John Roth (Goshen College) for the Anabaptists and radicals, and Kristen Walton (Salisbury University) for the Reformation in England and Scotland.
The application deadline is March 1, 2016. Successful applicants each receive a $2,700 stipend to help cover their travel, housing, and living expenses. Up to three slots are reserved for graduate students. Please see www.calvin.edu/meeter/NEH/2016 to find out more about this opportunity and how to apply.