The Jamestowne Society has established an annual fellowship in the amount of $2000.00 for support of the completion of a graduate thesis or essay on the history and culture of Virginia before 1700. Applicants may be candidates for the graduate degree in any relevant discipline; e.g.,History, American Studies, Literature, Archaeology, Anthropology, Fine Arts, etc., as long as their research is devoted exclusively or, at the least, very substantially to Colonial Virginia before 1700.
Applicants must supply a brief resume, a proposal outlining the thesis topic and the plans for bringing it to completion, and a brief sample of their writing, such as a term paper or seminar paper. They should also ask three persons, two of whom should have taught them on the graduate level, to write letters of reference on their behalf.
Deadline: Check deadline
Funder: Jamestowne Society
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen