The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and the Farm Credit Council seek applications for an in-residency postdoctoral fellowship to lead a research project in agricultural history, with special emphasis on late 19th and early 20th Century United States history. This project is in its very early stages; therefore, the selected fellow will work in and gather related primary sources. Publishing, presentation and teaching opportunities are also available and encouraged. The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library will pay the scholar $41,500 per year for two or three years as salary and full benefits, and can provide free housing for the fellow and/or their immediate family. Furthermore, the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library will provide the selected fellow with full access to all archives and proceedings, part time staff to assist with research as the project moves forward, and generous travel and per diem allowances.
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