Hershey Humanities Against Dicrimination
Funding is available to help support anti-discriminatory humanities education projects. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Open to the Penn community.

Hershey Humanities Manuscript Development Workshops
Funding and administrative support for a manuscript workshop are available for humanities faculty in SAS who are preparing to publish an in-process book. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Slots are limited for 2024-25; now also reviewing applications for 2025-26 workshops.

Hershey Humanities Project Development
Funding is available for tenured humanities faculty in SAS who are about to launch or kickstart a project. Reach out to see how we can help!

Event Cosponsorship and Promotion
Funding and promotional support are available for humanities events at Penn. Apply for 2024-25 events now.

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Humanities Against Discrimination Funding

The Wolf Humanities Center provides up to $1500 to support anti-discriminatory humanities education at Penn, including – but not limited to – reading groups, visiting speakers, exhibitions, and scholarly projects.


Event Video on YouTube

Nearly 200 events are available for streaming on YouTube. Many videos are available with captions and ASL interpretation.



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Undergraduate Humanities Forum

Penn undergraduate students who join the Wolf Humanities Center as Fellows of the Undergraduate Humanities Forum (UHF) conduct research in the humanities on the Center's annual topic and become part of a group of interdisciplinary scholars and the greater Wolf Center community, which also includes Penn and Regional Faculty, Postdoctoral, and Doctoral Research Fellows.