Elizabeth Eisenstein Essay Prize
[Sponsored by NCIS and the family of Professor Eisenstein]
The Elizabeth Eisenstein Prize is awarded annually for the best academic journal article or book chapter submitted by a member of NCIS. The article must have been published in a peer reviewed journal or edited academic book within the last two years.
The prize brings the winner an honorarium of $350. Subject to the relevant permissions, the winning essay will be reprinted in The Independent Scholar.
The deadline for submissions is April 30, and NCIS members wishing to submit a published article for consideration should send a copy of the article to the Chairperson of the Awards Committee on firstname.lastname@example.org as a PDF attachment to an email, to arrive by the stated deadline. An article may only be submitted once for the Eisenstein Prize.
The Eisenstein Prize was established in April 1993 and is named for Elizabeth Lewisohn Eisenstein (1923-2016), Professor of History at American University and the University of Michigan, and mother of Margaret DeLacy, one of NCIS’s founders, in recognition of Professor Eisenstein's long-standing support of NCIS.
NCIS Members are eligible to apply for Conference Support Grants and Research Grants, each offered twice a year.
To qualify for funding, applicants must be fully paid-up members, and must have been NCIS members for a minimum of 18 consecutive months at the time of their application.
- October 1: November Award
- April 1: May Award
Grant award recipient announcements will be made around the November 1st and May 1st, respectively.
Let us know if you'd like to volunteer for the grant review panels held during October and/or April.
Members of grant review panels cannot apply for a grant, although if they do wish to apply they can do so, providing they stand down from the review panel for the relevant cycle.
Conference Support Grant
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NCIS Administered Grants
Since October 2011 the Orphiflamme Foundation and the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund have provided funding for this program. Dorbrecht grants fund NCIS member research on Judaism, Yoga, and the intersections of these disciplines.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
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