The sponsor provides a fellowship to encourage graduate-level and advanced study of the combat contributions of enlisted Marines. The researcher has considerable latitude in choosing a topic, but the subject must have a direct relationship to the combat contributions of enlisted Marines, either individually or as a group. The research must result in a finite product which directly furthers or illuminates some aspect of the combat contributions of enlisted Marines. Examples of such products are a publishable monograph or essay, a biography, or an in-depth oral history project. Fellowship recipients are encouraged to do part of their research in Washington, D.C. Fellows will have desk space available in the Marine Corps Historical Center and will receive personalized assistance in gaining access to archival and library sources in the Washington D.C. area. The location of other research is at the fellow’s discretion.
Deadline: Check deadline
Funder: United States Marine Corps
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: U.S. Citizen