The American Friends of the HAB offers travel grants of up to $1,500 to assist young US Citizens (or permanent US Residents) who are in the process of writing dissertations based on the rich collections of the Herzog August Bibliothek. Students may either apply directly or be nominated by their doctoral advisers. The choice of […]
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Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbuttel
This foundation funds fellowships of either three or six months for the use of the Wolfenbuttel holdings for dissertation research. The foundation pays the candidate’s rent in library accommodation for the duration of the fellowship.
The following fellowship allows a young scholar to spend two months pursuing research into the cultural and intellectual history of early modern Europe at the Warburg Institute, University of London, and two months at the Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbuttel. Pre- and postdoctoral candidates are eligible but must have finished at least one year’s research on […]
The Wiedemann fellowship supports doctoral research on the eighteenth century, especially Enlightenment studies, North German Jacobins, and the French Revolution. The duration of the fellowship is two to three months. Fellows are expected to cover their rent and living costs from their stipend.
This is a three-month fellowship to be selected from the applications submitted to the Herzog August Bibliothek’s main fellowship program. The project to be funded will utilize the library’s collection to investigate a project focusing on an aspect of the history of the relations between Germany and Central Europe.
The Marga and Kurt M¿llgaard Foundation will fund 3 three-month fellowships each year for candidates from the Baltic States Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia who wish to pursue projects related to the Wolfenb¿ttel holdings. Applications can be submitted at any time. The decision on awards will be taken at the meetings of the Academic Advisory Board […]
The Herzog August Bibliothek annually awards a two-month fellowship which is combined with a fellowship at the Newberry Library Chicago. The aim is to support research projects which link the holdings of both libraries. Enquiries and applications should be addressed to the Newberry Library