The Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute supports a program of small grants-in-aid, not to exceed $2,500, in support of research on the “Roosevelt years” or clearly related subjects. Grants are awarded each spring and fall. Funds are awarded for the sole purpose of helping to defray living, travel, and related expenses incurred while conduction research […]
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The Dibner HIstory of Science program offers long- and short-term fellowships which are designed to further study in the Burndy Library and the other history of science and technology resources at The Huntington. Eligibility: PhD or equivalent by specified date. See website for details. Tenure of fellowship: Nine to twelve months
Research Grants of up to $2,500 are awarded twice annually to offset the cost of conducting research at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum. Applicants are expected to demonstrate both an analytical and descriptive grasp of the project and its centrality to the Truman era.
The David Library of the American Revolution offers short-term Resident Research Fellowships for doctoral candidates and postdocs to conduct research in its microfilm and print collections on the era (1750-1800). Fellows receive a stipend, housing, and Library access for one month.
These fellowships support bibliographical inquiry as well as research in the history of the book trades and in publishing history. Eligible topics may concentrate on books and documents in any field, but should focus on the book or manuscript (the physical object) as historical evidence.
The Florida Atlantic University Libraries and the Huntington Library are jointly offering three short-term research fellowships for advanced graduate students. Fellows will spend one month in residency at FAU and another month in residency at the Huntington Library.
Special Collections at the USC Libraries is pleased to be able to provide a research grant for scholars whose work would benefit from access to primary source materials in the USC Libraries’ archival and printed collections.
The Sallie Bingham Center provides research travel grants of up to $1,500 for researchers whose work would benefit from access to the women’s history collections held at Duke University’s Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
This fellowship offers a $3,000 monthly stipend for one to five months to PhDs and doctoral candidates in the history of science and technology. Fellows conduct archival research in the Burndy Library and have access to resources on the history of science and technology at The Huntington.
This award offers members of the AHA support for their research in Europe, Asia and Africa. The grants are intended to further research in progress, and may be used for travel to a library or archive and copying of research materials. Preference is given to PhD candidates and junior scholars.