- Faculty Funding
- Undergraduate Student Funding
- Graduate Student Funding
- Event Funding
- Visitor Funding (Greenleaf Visiting Library Scholar)
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The Richard E. Greenleaf Visiting Library Scholar award provides individuals the opportunity to work as visiting researchers with the University of New Mexico's Latin American library collections, one of the largest and most complete Latin or Spanish American collections in the country. International and independent scholars as well as junior faculty and graduate students at US institutions who specialize in Latin America and Iberia are invited to apply. The award honors Dr. Richard E. Greenleaf, distinguished scholar of colonial Latin American history, and his extensive career in teaching, research, and service.
Recipients of the Richard E. Greenleaf Visiting Library Scholar award will work to promote scholarly use of the Latin American and Iberian collections, focusing on objectives with specific relevance to the UNM Library collections. Scholars will have the opportunity to present their research to faculty and students during their visit to UNM and to submit a brief report. LAII will assist awardees in identifying and networking with UNM scholars in relevant fields.
More information about current and recent recipients of these awards is available here.
The current competition is closed. Details concerning the 2017-2018 competition will be announced as they become available.
International and independent scholars as well as junior faculty and graduate students at US institutions who specialize in Latin America and Iberia are invited to apply. General guidelines are available below for reference.
The LAII will make up to one long-term (minimum six weeks) award for $6,000.00 and/or a number of short-term (minimum two weeks) $2,000.00 awards. The award is intended to cover round-trip travel, local transportation, lodging, and meals based on the allowable per diem rate for Albuquerque, New Mexico.
This year special consideration will be given to interdisciplinary projects that utilize UNM’s Latin American and Hispanic music collections. UNM has various music collections with Spanish-American content, ranging from songbooks and sheet music to recordings, from the 1800s to the present day. For an inventory of the documents in this collection please see: Music Related Manuscripts in Latin American Collection. In addition, here is a summary of UNM’s Latin American archival collections, with links to digital guides for researchers interested in learning more.
The LAII's Operations Committee will award the grants based on the relevance of the proposal to the unique holdings of UNM University Libraries, the merits and significance of the project, and the applicant's scholarly qualifications. Applications should include the following items:
For further information and/or to submit materials, contact: