Mennonite History Research and Publication Grants Available

February 17, 2022

Do you have a Mennonite history project that needs funding? Do you know someone who does? The Plett Foundation offers research and publication grants for projects that fall under its mandate, to support the production and dissemination of historical knowledge about the Mennonites who came to Manitoba, Canada, in the 1870s, their antecedents in Europe, and their descendants around the globe

In recent years the Plett Foundation has supported the production of community histories, documentaries, and maps, research trips to distant archives, the hosting of scholarly conferences, and more.

Visit the Plett Foundation website for more information and to apply. The next application deadline is March 15.

Attend Our Upcoming Event

Reporting on Sexual Violence in Mennonite Newspapers

For CTMS's sixth annual lecture, Dr. Melanie Kampen will examine the coverage of sexual abuse in selected Canadian Mennonite newspapers from the 1980s to the present, analyzing how experiences of abuse in churches and communities are reported on, as well as shifts in attitudes towards women, abuse, and social and theological norms..

May 5, 2022

Virtual Lecture