The National Endowment for the Humanities has announced its Fellowships for 2007-08. Below are the awards that seem to be the most legal history-related, but it is not always easy to tell from titles. Some additional projects may also have legal history components. For a full list of individual fellowships, click here. For the full list of recent awards, including awards to institutions, click here.
If you would like to apply for an NEH Fellowship, keep in mind that the deadline is NOT in the fall, as most other fellowship deadlines are. The deadline for the next round is MAY 1, 2007. For details, deadlines for other programs, and links, click here.
Davis Jr, Donald R.
University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Spirit of Hindu Law
University of Texas, Austin
Black and Latino Civil Rights Strategies in World War II Texas and the Southwest, 1940-1965
Gibson, Alan R.
California State University, Chico
Extending the Sphere: On the Significance and Meaning of Madison's Argument in Federalist No. 10
Hoffman, Katherine E.
Language, Islam, and Law in French Berber Policy of Morocco (1912-1956)
Hoxie, Frederick E.
University of Illinois, Urbana
Challenging the State: American Indians and the "Empire of Liberty," 1800-2000
Lemire, Elise V.
SUNY Research Foundation, College at Purchase
Slavery and Freedom in Concord, Massachusetts, 1740-1822
Maier, Pauline R.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A Narrative History of the Ratification of the Federal Constitution, 1787-1790
Black Rights and the Failure of Democracy in Civil War Era Washington
McDowell, Gary L.
University of Richmond
"The Most Sacred Rule of Interpretation": The Language of Law and the Moral Foundations of Originalism
Werth, Paul W.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Religious Toleration and the Civil Order in Imperial Russia, 1772-1914