James D. Bratt
"James Bratt has distilled a lifetime of study and teaching into this one Calvin Shorts. For an efficient, clear, balanced, readable—but above all, reliable—introduction to colonial American history, it is hard to imagine a better book."
—Mark Noll, author In the Beginning Was the Word: The Bible in American Public Life, 1492-1783
CCCS Director Receives NEH Grant
CCCS director Dr. Susan M. Felch and Dr. Mark Rankin of James Madison University have received a 3-year, $335,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to edit the writings of William Tyndale (1495-1536) for publication, in both print and online formats. Read more.
Funding Opportunities and Deadlines
- CCCS Major Grant applications for the 2017-2018 academic year are due by October 1. Find out how to apply.
- The Writing Nook is a new opportunity to work on writing. Applications for the Writing Nook are due September 6. Learn more about the Writing Nook.
Lilly Fellows Program - 5 Grant Programs
The Lilly Fellows Program sponsors five grant programs for which Calvin faculty are eligible to apply.
Louisville Institute Opportunities
The Louisville Institute brings together religious leaders and academics through three separate but related programs:
- Grant Programs
- Collaborative Inquiry Teams