This fellowship covers auditor tuition and a portion of living expenses, for up to one term, for an American or Canadian graduate student in a PhD program to study at the École Nationale des Chartes in Paris.
by Newberry Library
This short-term fellowship is for scholars wishing to use the Newberry’s collections to study the period 1660-1815. The tenure of the short-term fellowships is one month. Applicants must be members of the ASECS at the time of the award.
This award for post-doctoral scholars provides support for historical editing projects based on Newberry sources. It supports residential research in the Newberry’s collections in preparation of a scholarly edition. Applicants may request up to three months of support.
This fellowship for PhD candidates or post-doctoral scholars supports work on projects related to the history of cartography, which focus on cartographic materials in the Newberry’s collection. The award is $2000 for one continuous month of residency at the Newberry.
This fellowship provides access to the Newberry’s collection for PhD candidates or postdoctoral scholars. Applicants may request one or two months of support; most awards are for one month.
This fellowship for PhD candidates and post-doctoral scholars of American Indian heritage provides up to two months of residential research in any field in the humanities using the Newberry collection. Scholars are awarded $2000/month.
This fellowship is for women of American Indian heritage. The tenure of the fellowship is from one month to one year; the standard award is $2,000 per month; supplemental funding may also be available.
Applicants for long- and short-term fellowships at the Newberry may also ask to be considered for this joint fellowship providing an additional two-month fellowship in Wolfenbuttel, Germany. The proposed project should link the collections of both libraries.
This award provides funding for one month of work in the Newberry’s collections. Applicants should be members of MMLA. The award provides $2000.
This one-month fellowship provides access to the Newberry’s collection for PhD candidates or postdoctoral scholars. Preference will be given to those working in the early modern period or Renaissance, as well as in English history, legal history, or European history.