Bishop Thomas Hoyt Jr Fellowship
To provide the Institute's residency fee to a North American person of colour writing a doctoral dissertation, in order to help the churches to increase the number of persons of colour working in ecumenical and cultural research.
Open to a North American, Canadian or Mexican person of colour writing a doctoral dissertation within the general area of the Institute's concern.
1 each year (or 2 if for semesters)
1 academic year
US$5,000 per year
Applicants must apply in the usual way to the Resident Scholars Programme (see separate listing). If invited by the admissions committee to be a Resident Scholar, the person will then be eligible for consideration for the Hoyt Fellowship.
November 1st and February 1st
The Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research seeks to discern the meaning of Christian identity and unity in a religiously and culturally diverse nation and world and to communicate that meaning for the mission of the church and the renewal of human community. The Institute is committed to research, study, prayer, reflection and dialogue, in a place shaped by the Benedictine tradition of worship and work.