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.