Middle Eastern Christianity: A Historic and Living Tradition
Middle East Christianity: A Historic and Living Tradition.
Depending on public health guidelines related to COVID-19, plans for a residential offering are subject to change.
NEH Summer Institute for College and University Educators
A summer institute for college faculty on the history and culture of Middle Eastern Christians in the Middle East and American society.
What if You could include Middle Eastern Christianity in your college curriculum?
You Can Join A Multi-Disciplinary, Experiential Conversation
Middle Eastern Christianity: A Historic and Living Tradition is an NEH Institute for 25 participants to integrate Middle Eastern Christianity into their undergraduate courses.
This summer Institute will foster an interdisciplinary humanities community centered around the subject of Middle Eastern Christians in their broadest historic and contemporary life. It will augment the traditional NEH Institute experience with immersive cross-cultural field trips to the immigrant Arab Christian communities in central Illinois.
NEH-funded institutes are professional development programs that convene higher education faculty from across the nation in order to deepen and enrich their understanding of a variety of topics in the humanities and enrich their capacity for effective scholarship and teaching.
Each institute allows 25 to 36 participants to study a humanities topic with a team of experienced scholars. Project leaders and participants mutually explore connections between scholarship and teaching, and some time is provided for work on individual or collaborative projects.
The Middle Eastern Christianity NEH Summer Institute has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Democracy demands wisdom.
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Endowment programs do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or age. For further information, write to the Equal Opportunity Officer, National Endowment for the Humanities, 400 7th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024. TDD: 202-606-8282 (this is a special telephone device for the Deaf).