GRANTS AND OUTREACH
The Lepage Center provides educational resources and funding opportunities to promote the importance of historical scholarship, methods and inquiry for the public interest.
The Lepage Center sponsors an annual public grant program that supports individuals and institutions pursuing historical projects in the public interest. The Center is pleased to announce the 2022 – 2023 grant program to support public-facing historical projects related to the theme of “Climate Change in Historical Perspective."
The Center seeks to inspire a wide range of submissions from a diverse pool of applicants that are original and imaginative in content and form. Examples of the types of projects include a series of blog posts, a series of podcast conversations, digital and in-person exhibits, an oral history project, an initiative with a local newspaper to write a series of op-eds, a mapping project, a digital timeline, a crowd-sourced syllabus, an educational workshop, a multimedia resource, a collaboration with local activists, and other creative ideas. Applications usually include:
- A project description and purpose and its contribution to history in the public interest
- A plan of execution, including deliverables, partners, and expected outcomes
- A proposed budget
- Resumes of principal participants
The Lepage Center releases a Call for Applications during the summer. Details for the 2022 – 2023 period are forthcoming.
The Lepage Center hosts an annual series of events, exploring contemporary issues of societal significance from a historical perspective. All events are recorded and accessible to the general public on YouTube.
- 2021 – 2022: Turning Points in History
- 2021 – 2020: Decolonizing History
- 2019 – 2020: Revisionist History
- 2018 – 2019: Histories of Democracy
- 2017: Fake News and Fake History; Endless War
"1968: In Hindsight" Podcast
Released in 2018, the 50th anniversary of this tumultuous year, "1968: In Hindsight" looks at key global issues, then and now. Through scholarship and conversation, this six-part series dives into questions from 50 years ago that still matter today.
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