In a joint program with the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, the Society of Architectural Historians is pleased to present a dissertation fellowship to support preparation of a dissertation focusing on the history of architecture and the built environment in Europe from ancient times through 1800. The subject area can include architectural, interior and landscape design, preservation and urban planning in Europe. The Samuel H. Kress Foundation Dissertation Fellowship of the Society of Architectural Historians 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. The Kress Dissertation Fellowship will be awarded to one doctoral candidate, regardless of gender, nationality, race or ethnicity, from a U.S. institution of higher learning that grants Ph.D.s in the history, theory, criticism or preservation of architecture. In cases where there are multiple Ph.D. programs in a single institution (for instance one in a Department of Art History and one in a School of Architecture) each Ph.D. program is eligible to propose a single candidate. Check website for deadline.
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