Matching Support


The Public Humanities Hub can provide matching funds for UBC-led SSHRC Connection grant applications in support of conferences and outreach activities showcasing Humanities research: cash as well as in-kind contributions, such as a customizable conference website template, administrative support, space, publicity, and grant-writing support. Email us for more information.

Conferences Supported

Onoto Watanna’s Cattle at 100: Indomitable Women in the West During the Chinese Exclusion Era (July 27-29, 2023)

International Congress for Courtly Literature (July 24-28, 2023)

Thinking with Lauren Berlant (May 19-20, 2023)

From Universities to the UN: Navigating Colonial Institutions at the End of the World as We Know It (Apr 11, 2023)

Site-Object-Action: Rethinking Place in Chinese Visual and Material Culture (Dec 7-9, 2022)

Interactions, Exchanges, and Transformations: European Legal Traditions and their impact on the Construction of Gender in a Global Context (November 18-19, 2022)

Games in Action: interactivity / activation \ activism (Nov 4-5, 2022)

19th Triennial ACLALS Conference: Ruptured Commons (July 11-15, 2022)

International Pynchon Week (June 2022)

Media Inventories of the German Nineteenth Century workshop and roundtable (May 19-21, 2022)

Dostoevsky at 200 (Oct-Dec 2021)

Un/Predictable Environments: Politics, Ecology, Agency (May 2021)

COLLABORATION: A Digital Humanities Conference (Oct 2020)


The Public Humanities Hub can also provide some matching funds towards Mitacs research, training, and internship programs led or facilitated by UBC Humanities scholars. Please contact the Hub director, Mary Chapman, to describe your project and request matching funds.

If you are looking for any other kinds of matching support for other grant programs, please email us to describe your request.