The fellowship will support preparation of a dissertation focusing on the history (pre-1980) of women’s contributions to the production of architecture, whether as practitioners of design, urbanism, landscape or engineering, as advocates of preservation and planning, or as architectural historians, theorists, teachers and critics. It is designed to assist during a critical time in the career development of graduate students in architectural history.The fellowship will support travel and research and will recognize important contributions to knowledge both in uncovering new sources and/or in proffering innovative research and framing of issues.
Please be advised: The 2010 grant cycle for BWAF Fellowships is suspended while BWAF re-structures its website and grant application guidelines. See funder website for updates.
Deadline: Check deadline
Funder: Society of Architectural Historians
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen