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AMERICAN LITERATURE ASSOCIATION & MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION PANELS

The Hemingway Foundation and Society sponsors two panels each year at both the American Literature Association conference and the Modern Language Association conference. To see a list of upcoming panels or for guidelines about how to propose a panel topic, please visit: http://www.hemingwaysociety.org/#alamla.asp or contact Suzanne del Gizzo at delgizzos@chc.edu.

WILLIAM P. CORRIGAN FELLOWSHIP FOR STUDY OF HEMINGWAY AND CUBA

Thanks to a generous endowment from the William P. Corrigan Family, a $1,000 annual fellowship has been created, Open to all scholars (undergraduate, graduate, independent, and professors at all ranks), to support projects of any sort that explore Hemingway's Cuban connections. Applications are evaluated by the Smith-Reynolds Selection Committee, and the deadline for applications is February a. For additional information, please see the Hemingway Society web site: http://www.hemingwaysociety.org/ #corrigan.asp, or contact Professor Carl P. Eby, Department of English, University of South Carolina Beaufort, 801 Carteret Street, Beaufort, SC 29902. E-Mail: carlpeby@uscb.edu. The deadline for submissions is a February.

The Hemingway Foundation also wants to thank the Corrigan family for its generous support of the PEN/Hemingway Award finalists. Money from the Corrigan Family Fund goes to both of these worthy causes.

SMITH-REYNOLDS FOUNDERS FELLOWSHIPS

The Smith-Reynolds Committee encourages submissions for the Smith-Reynolds Founders Fellowships. Established by the Hemingway Society to honor the memories of past presidents Paul Smith and Michael Reynolds, these fellowships support research on Ernest Hemingway by graduate students, independent scholars, and post-docs up through the rank of assistant professor. Applications are ranked by the committee based on the following criteria: clarity, originality, and feasibility of the project; its value in furthering Hemingway scholarship, criticism, or instruction; and the likelihood of its publication. For more information on applying for a Smith-Reynolds grant, see the Hemingway Society web site at http://www.hemingwaysociety.org/#fellowships.asp, or contact Professor Carl P. Eby, Department of English, University of South Carolina Beaufort, 801 Carteret Street, Beaufort, SC 29902. E-Mail: carlpeby@uscb.edu. The deadline for submissions is 1 February.

KENNEDY LIBRARY HEMINGWAY GRANTS

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation annually awards up to $5,000 in travel grants (individual awards are limited to $1,000) to support research in the library's Hemingway Collection. Applications for the grants are available at http://www.jfklibrary.org/ehgrants.htm. For further information and to apply, please contact: Grant and Fellowship Coordinator, John E Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Columbia Point. Boston, MA 02125. Telephone: (617) 514-1624, Fax: 617-514-1625, Email: kennedy.library@nara.gov. To obtain information about the holdings of the Collection, applicants should contact the curator of the Hemingway Collection Susan Wrynn at 617-514-1530 or susan.wrynn@nara.gov
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