The Hemingway Foundation and Society awards two sets of fellowships.
Established by the Hemingway Foundation and Society to honor the memories of past presidents Paul Smith and Michael Reynolds, this fund, supported by contributions from Society members, disburses $2,000 per annum to 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 deadlines and application procedures, please see our Smith-Reynolds page.
Since 1992, the Hemingway Foundation and Society has awarded Jim & Nancy Hinkle Travel Grants to defray travel expenses for graduate students attending its biennial international conferences. Recipients must be members in good standing of the Hemingway Society, must currently be enrolled in a graduate degree program, and must be planning to present a paper at the conference. Applications will be given a blind review by no fewer than four members of the Hinkle Travel Grant Committee and will be evaluated on the following criteria: clarity, originality, and value in furthering Hemingway scholarship, criticism, or instruction. The Hinkle fund has been generously supported by the Hinkle family and by members of the Hemingway Society. For more information on deadlines and application procedures, please see our Hinkle Travel Grants page.
How to Contribute
If you would like to make a contribution to support the Smith-Reynolds and/or Hinkle fellowships, which have played an important role in advancing Hemingway scholarship, you may do so online or send a check, indicating which fellowship you would like to support, to Gail Sinclair, Rollins College. 1000 Holt Avenue, Box 2770, Winter Park, FL 32789.