Grant of the Week: Hiett Prize in the Humanities
The Hiett Prize in the Humanities, awarded by the Dallas Institute, is an annual award aimed at identifying candidates who are in the early stages of careers devoted to the humanities and whose work shows extraordinary promise and has a significant public component related to contemporary culture. The opposite of a lifetime achievement award, the Hiett Prize seeks to encourage future leaders in the humanities by 1) recognizing their early accomplishment and their potential and 2) assisting their ongoing work through a cash award of $50,000. Learn more about the prize, past winners, and how to apply, through the Hiett Prize page online. The deadline for applications is June 1, 2012.
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