The Mary and David Harrison Institute of the University of Virginia Library invites scholars working in the area of American literature to apply for the Lillian Gary Taylor Fellowship and residency. Successful applicants are chosen on the strength of their projects, their relevance to the mission of the Harrison Institute, and the ability of the […]
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A fellowship of up to $5,000 to support research and ongoing collaboration with Center nurse historians. Selection of Alice Fisher Society scholars will be based on evidence of interest in, and aptitude for, historical research related to nursing.
The Dance Research Fellowship supports scholars and practitioners engaged in graduate-level, post-doctoral, and independent research in one of several annual research topics. Applicants should visit the website to find more information on current research topics.
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 provides support for research in early modern British literature and history and other areas where the two libraries have common strengths; eligible projects include textual scholarship, analytical/descriptive bibliography, history of printing and/or publishers, and related fields.
This grant supports significant scholarly research for one semester in the collections of the Library of Congress by scholars at an early stage in their careers in history (recent PhDs, with degrees received in the last five years). The grant will not be awarded to complete a doctoral dissertation.
Short-term fellowships of $2,000/month are awarded for 1-4 months to doctoral candidates and postdoctoral scholars working on Jefferson-related projects. Fellows are expected to be in residence at the Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies.
The American Indian Program was established to encourage participation of Native Americans in Smithsonian activities and to support collection research, exhibitions, and public programming as they relate to Native peoples. Applicants should apply for stipends through the Office of Fellowships.
The Dora and Mayer Tendler Endowed Fellowship in Jewish Studies supports doctoral or post-doctoral research in American Jewish history, with special consideration given to scholars working on some aspect of the Jewish labor movement.
Fellowship provides financial assistance to Ph.D. candidates and postdocs whose research requires extensive use of the LBI New York facilities on the writings of David Baumgardt or his scholarly interests (Ethics, Wissenschaft des Judentums, Modern Intellectual History of German-speaking Jewry).