The sponsor provides master’s thesis fellowships for qualified graduate students working on topics pertinent to Marine Corps history. Topics in U.S. military and naval history, and history-based studies in the social and behavioral sciences, with a direct relationship to the U.S. Marine Corps will be considered. Topics may include wars, institutions, organization and administration, policy, biography, civil affairs and civic action, civil-military relations, weaponry and technology, manpower, training and education, strategy, tactics, and logistics, as well as the interaction of diplomatic, political, economic, social, and intellectual trends affecting the Marine Corps in war and peace. Preference is given to projects covering the pre-1991 period. All recipients are expected to do at least part of their research in Washington, DC.
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Funder: United States Marine Corps
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