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Selected Fellowship Programs for Graduate Study in the History of Art
Departmental Nominations Required
Barbour Scholarship (Rackham)
Nominees must be female citizens of countries in the area formerly known as the Orient (encompassing the large region extending from Turkey in the west to Japan and the Philippines in the east). In addition, nominees:
>must not be permanent residents or citizens of the United States and not married to permanent residents or citizens of the United States;
>must intend to devote themselves to a professional career in their native countries after graduation;
>must be enrolled full-time in a master’s or doctoral program at the University of Michigan;
>must have completed two full semesters of graduate work at the University of Michigan before beginning tenure as a Barbour Scholar;
>and must be in residence on campus as a full-time student during the tenure of the award.
Deadline: Middle of January. MORE INFO
Carter Manny Award, Graham Foundation
The Carter Manny Award supports dissertation research and writing by promising scholars whose projects have architecture as their primary focus and the potential to shape architectural discourse. The award assists students enrolled in graduate programs in architecture, art history, the fine arts, humanities, and the social sciences working on architecture topics. The Graham Foundation offers two Carter Manny Awards: a research award for a student at the research stage of the doctoral dissertation and a writing award for a student at the writing stage of the doctoral dissertation. The research award is acknowledged with up to $15,000 and the writing award is acknowledged with up to $20,000.
Deadline: Middle of November. MORE INFO
CASVA (Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts) Fellowship
Nine different fellowship programs (David E. Finley Fellowship; Paul Mellon Fellowship; Samuel H. Kress Fellowship; Wyeth Fellowship; Ittleson Fellowship; Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship; Robert H. and Clarice Smith Fellowship; Chester Dale Fellowships (12mo & 24mo); plus Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fellowship for Historians of American Art to Travel Abroad. Eligible applicants must have completed all departmental requirements, including course work, residency, general and preliminary examinations, and certification in two languages other than English before the deadline.
Deadline: November 15. MORE INFO
Charles Lang Freer Fellowship (History of Art, University of Michigan)
Pre-doctoral fellowships for U-M art history PhD students in any area of the Freer-Sackler Asian art holdings and archives. Applications are to be submitted to the History of Art Fellowship Committee. Deadline: early September. MORE INFO
Copernicus Fellowship for Polish Studies (CREES, University of Michigan)
The Copernicus Program in Polish Studies (CPPS) provides funding for the Copernicus Fellowship to be awarded to an incoming doctoral or master's level student at the University of Michigan who expects to focus his/her graduate work on Polish Studies. Students may not apply directly for this award but must be nominated by their admitting department or school at the University of Michigan. Departments are invited to submit nominations for the Copernicus Fellowship. CPPS will contribute up to $20,000 toward the first-year stipend and tuition. MORE INFO
Dedalus Foundation Dissertation Fellowship
Designed to support public understanding of modern art and modernism by facilitating research, education, publications, collections, and exhibitions in the field. Dedalus foundation awards one PhD candidate per year a stipend of $20,000. Eligible applicants: Candidates studying any aspect of the modernist tradition. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their site.
DeKarman fellowships are open to students in any discipline, including international students, who are currently enrolled in a university or college located within the United States. To be competitive, graduate applicants should have outstanding letters of recommendation, significant publications, and have completed several chapters of the dissertation at the time of application. Complete applications, including transcripts of applicant’s graduate and undergraduate studies at institutions in the United States and Canada and two letters of recommendation, must be received by the fellowship committee IN ONE PACKAGE postmarked no later than midnight, January 31. Late applications will not be considered. Special consideration will be given to applicants in the Humanities. Deadline: January 31. For additional details click HERE
Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fund
To attract and support students with outstanding character and ability who hold promise for achievement and distinction in their chosen fields of study. Students must have outstanding undergraduate record, demonstrate financial need, be a US citizen, and be enrolled in an accredited graduate program. Fellowship will cover actual tuition costs plus $18,000 stipend for living expenses. Rackham deadline: mid November. MORE INFO
Lipschutz, Host, Smith Awards (Rackham)
$6,000 for support during the spring/summer. Eligible applicants: Award recipients will have demonstrated exceptional scholarly achievement, a sense of social responsibility and an interest in the success of women in the academic community. Nominees must be women actively pursuing a doctoral degree who have achieved candidacy by the application deadline. Any Rackham doctoral program may nominate only one student for the combined competition. Students may receive this award only one time. Deadline: early January. MORE INFO
Mary Malcomson Raphael Fellowship (CEW)
1) Women graduate students in a social science or humanities PhD program within LSA or in an interdisciplinary degree program in which a major component of the program is taught by faculty from a department of LSA. The nomination must come from a department of LSA. Each department may nominate one student.
2) Student must be enrolled for the upcoming academic year.
3) Student must have completed at least four semesters at the University at the time of application. Departments are urged to nominate a student who has reached candidacy.
4) Must have at least one of the criteria listed below:
a. A minimum five-year (60 month) consecutive interruption in education anytime since high school
b. Primary Caregiver**
Primary Caregiver definition:
Lives in the same residence at least 50% of the time and consistently assumes major responsibility for housing, health, and safety of a minor, older adult, or disabled adult; anticipates this responsibility will continue during the upcoming academic year.
Lives in separate residence and provides care for a minor, older adult, or disabled adult for a minimum of 20 hours per week without monetary compensation for at least the past 6 months; anticipates this responsibility will continue during the upcoming academic year.
5) Evidence of academic excellence and capacity for intellectual growth• Clarity of scholarly and professional goals• Potential to make an exceptional contribution (broadly defined) to society • Demonstrated financial need
In addition to these criteria, preference will be given to graduate students who are first generation students (no parent has completed a bachelor's degree).
Deadline is February 15. MORE INFO
Rackham International Students Fellowships
Awards of $10,000 may be used as stipend or tuition.
Eligibility: Any Rackham program on the Ann Arbor campus may nominate up to two international graduate students who have successfully completed one year of graduate study and are in good academic standing as a master’s or Pre-Candidate student. U.S. citizens and permanent residents are not eligible. Nominees must be registered for at least three (3) credits if a master's student or for six (6) credits if a Pre-Candidate student in the term of nomination as well as in the following academic term.
Selection Criteria: Nominees must have a strong academic record, be making good progress toward the degree, and demonstrate outstanding academic and professional promise. Preference will be given to students who do not have other sources of funding.
Deadline is early October. MORE INFO
Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
Fellowships will be awarded to students who will complete an outstanding dissertation in the year in which they hold the fellowship.
The fellowship will be preferentially awarded to nominees: (i) who are on track to complete their degrees in six years, excluding time spent on any Rackham approved leave of absence; (ii) who will hold the fellowship in the final year of their doctoral studies.
Fellowships include a generous stipend, candidacy tuition and required fees for twelve months. GradCare health and dental insurance will be provided during the fellowship period.
Deadline is early January. MORE INFO
Samuel H. Kress Foundation Institutional Fellowships
The Kress Foundation is offering two-year fellowships for research and study abroad in association with specific foreign institutions in Ankara, Cairo, Florence, Jerusalem, Leiden, London, Munich, Nicosia, Paris, Rome, and Zurich. The stipends total $30,000 per year. Eligible applicants: Candidates with projects focusing on European from antiquity to the early 19th Century. Deadline: November 30. Earlier if the 30th falls on a weekend. MORE INFO
Fellowships Requiring Direct Application
Please Contact Directly for Application Guidelines and Deadlines
American Academy in Rome, Rome Prize
Each Rome Prize winner is provided with stipend and living expenses. Winners of 6-month and 11-month fellowships receive $15,000 and $27,000, respectively. Eligibility: applicants must have achieved candidacy at the time of application and be working on an Italian subject in the Humanities. More information, contact email@example.com
American Council of Learned Societies/ Andrew W. Mellon Dissertation Completion Fellowships
Grantees will receive a stipend of $25,000, plus funds for research costs of up to $3,000 and for university fees of up to $5,000. Tenure: one year beginning summer 2014. Eligible applicants PhD candidates in the last year of dissertation writing who have progressed no further than the sixth year of their program.
Completed applications must be submitted through the ACLS online Fellowship Application system (ofa.acls.org) October deadline. Notifications will be sent in late March 2010. More Information
American Friends of the Mauritshuis Fellowship
The American Friends of the Mauritshuis offers grants in the field of art history to support an academic project devoted to the study of Dutch and Flemish art from the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries. Topics relevant to the history and collection of the Mauritshuis and travel to the Netherlands are preferred. Applicants should be researching dissertations that require the examination of paintings and drawings in the original. Worldwide applicants must hold an BA in art history and must be working toward a PhD. Grants range from $5,000 to $15,000, depending on the financial requirements and merits of the project. Applicants are invited to submit a letter with a detailed description of the project and two letters of recommendation before the deadline, typically in April. Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, One Museum Drive, Greenwich, CT 06830-7100 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. More Information
Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellowship, The Frick Collection
Two-year predoctoral fellowship for doctoral candidates wishing to pursue a curatorial career in an art museum. $32,000 a year plus benefits and travel allowance. Awarded to a student working on a dissertation that pertains to one of the major strengths of the Frick Collection and Library. Applicants must be within the final two years of completing their dissertation. The application deadline is typically in January. Email materials to email@example.com . More Information
Birgit Baldwin Fellowship
The Birgit Baldwin Fellowship in French Medieval History was established in 2004 by John W. Baldwin and Jenny Jochens in memory of their daughter Birgit. It is endowed through the generosity of her family. The Baldwin Fellowship provides a grant of $24,000 to support a graduate student in a North American university who is researching and writing a significant dissertation for the Ph.D. on any subject in French medieval history that can be realized only by sustained research in the archives and libraries of France. The fellowship helps defray research and living expenses for the equivalent of an academic year of study. It may be renewed for a second year upon demonstration of satisfactory progress. Because of the renewable nature of the fellowship, applications are solicited on a biannual basis. The Fellowship is open for 2013–2014. The deadline for applications is typically December 1. The fellowship recipient must devote full time to the dissertation project and may not hold any job or teaching position or work on another project during the term of the fellowship. Applicants must be members of the Medieval Academy. More Information
Center for the Education of Women (University of Michigan)
The CEW Scholarship Program for returning women students (undergraduate and graduate) has awarded over 1100 scholarships since 1970. Approximately forty scholarships are awarded annually ranging from about $1,000 to $8,000, with some larger scholarship awards given. The scholarship application process will open again in November. For questions about the application process, contact Kristina Bee at firstname.lastname@example.org. More Infomation
Center for the Education of Women (CEW, University of Michigan): Student Research Grants
Grants of up to $1,000 to fund research, scholarly, or creative activities on topics that relate to the mission of CEW. That mission includes women’s education, careers, leadership, growth and development, health and wellbeing. Grants are not awarded to support travel for conference presentations or to support travel that is primarily for educational purposes. Applicants should address a proposal of approximately two pages to: Susan Kaufmann/ Associate Director for Advocacy, UM Center for the Education of Women, 330 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor MI 48104-228.;Proposals are reviewed once a month. Grants will be awarded until the amount of funding available each year has been expended. Students will be eligible for a research grant only once during the course of any degree program. Receipt of a grant does not preclude eligibility for other CEW financial support. Questions may be addressed to Susan Kaufmann at email@example.com.
Center for European Studies-European Union Center (CES-EUC, University of Michigan)
Jean Monnet Fellowship, offers students summer grants of $5,000 to work on issues of European integration, broadly defined, leading to the writing of a paper on a relevant topic of their choosing. The center also has summer grants for undergraduate and graduate students to do research and internships in Europe. Application materials in electronic form are to be submitted typically with a December 1 deadline, to Julie Claus, Academic Services Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. More Information
Center for Russian and East European Studies (CREES, University of Michigan)
CREES offers a number of fellowships, including the following with their 2010 deadlines (note that undergrads are also eligible for the CRIF and Weiser awards):
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship – February 1
Copernicus Fellowship (Polish studies) – department nomination due February 15
Alex and Marie Manoogian Armenian Studies Fellowship – February TBD
CREES Research, Internship, and Fellowship (CRIF) Awards – March 15
Weiser Awards for Student Research and Internships in Slovakia – February 15
CIC Foreign Language Enhancement Program (FLEP)
The Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) is a consortium associated with the Big Ten universities and the University of Chicago. 30 scholarships of up to $2,000 are awarded to cover living expenses for students who enroll in one of the other CIC consortium universities for summer language study (you’d still have to cover the tuition cost, however!). Deadline: TBA
The Chateaubriand Fellowship is a grant offered by the Education Office of the Embassy of France in the United States. Every year, it allows fifteen doctoral students enrolled in American universities to conduct research in France for nine months. Chateaubriand recipients receive a stipend, a round trip ticket to France, health insurance, and about thirty days per diem for travelling in France for research purposes. Candidates must be currently working on their PhD. Candidates do not have to be U.S. citizens, but they must be enrolled in an American university and they cannot be a French citizen. Candidates must obtain a letter of recommendation from their advisors in the US and a letter of invitation from a French professor employed in a French university or a research institution. The fellowship begins between Sept 1 - Oct 1 of the fellowship year and last nine months. Deadline is typically December 31. More Information
"Community of Scholars" Fellowships For Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Focusing on Women or Gender (University of Michigan)
Offers four-month summer fellowships (any stage of graduate study) with $1,800 a month stipend plus health insurance; program requires awardees to participate in a weekly seminar during May and June and publicly present their work during the academic year. Applications must be received no later than November TBD. Applicants will be notified of final award decisions in late January. More Information
DAAD Scholarships in Germany Exchange Program (University of Michigan, Rachkham
David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships – The National Security Education Program
The NSEP David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships enable U.S. graduate students to pursue specialization in area and language study or to add an international dimension to their education. Boren Fellowships support students pursuing the study of languages, culture,s and world regions that are critical to U.S. national security but are less frequently studied by U.S. graduate students, i.e. areas of the world other than Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Deadline is late January. More Information
FLAS: Foreign Language Area Study through University of Michigan Centers and Programs
The priority is to encourage the study of less commonly taught languages. Academic Year FLAS awards are for graduate and professional school students to study modern foreign languages and related area or international studies. The Academic Year FLAS award for 2013-14 covers full tuition, mandatory fees, and a stipend. Summer FLAS awards are given only for intensive language classes that teach the equivalent of a University of Michigan academic year language class. The Summer FLAS covers full tuition for a summer language program and a stipend.Deadline: February TBD. For further details contact one of the programs listed below.
Contact: Latin American & Caribbean Studies (LACS), 734.763.0553, email@example.com; Portuguese, Quechua, Spanish, Middle Eastern & North African Studies (CMENAS) 734.764.0350 firstname.lastname@example.org; Arabic, Armenian , Hebrew, Persian, Turkish Russian & East European Studies (CREES) 734.764.0351 email@example.com; Armenian, Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian, Czech, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Yiddish South Asian Studies (CSAS) tel 734.764.0352 firstname.lastname@example.org; Hindi, Tamil, Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi, and possibly Tibetan Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) 734.764.0352 email@example.com; Indonesian, Filipino, Thai, Vietnamese
Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships
This fellowship provides $20,000 stipend and an allowance of $2,000 for tuition. Eligible applicants: Citizens or nationals of the U.S. who aspire to a teaching and research career at the college or university level and who are one of the following: Alaska Natives, African Americans, Mexican Americans, Native American Indians, Native Pacific Islanders, and Puerto Ricans. Applicants must also be able to utilize a three-year fellowship award. In order to be reviewed, the online application must be submitted no later than the deadline, usually in November. More Information
The Institute of International Education (IIE) administers the competition for many of the grants supporting graduate study and research abroad that are offered by the Fulbright Program in over 100 countries. The IIE Fulbright programs include grants for research, study and travel for selected countries, and various other opportunities including teaching assistantships in English. The funding provided depends upon the country; many include transportation, tuition, books and living stipend. Eligible applicants: U.S. citizens. Deadline: September- TBD. More Information
Sweetland Fellows Seminar (University of Michigan)
The Sweetland Center for Writing Fellows Seminar offered each fall term is designed to bring together faculty (senior fellows) and graduate student instructors (junior fellows) from multiple disciplines who share a commitment to integrating writing in their courses. In the fall term, junior fellows develop and share course syllabi; confer with visiting speakers; discuss approaches to incorporating writing across the disciplines; and prepare a first-year seminar that meets the first-year writing requirement. Junior fellows receive a $1,000 stipend during the fall term for participating in the seminar. In the following winter term, junior fellows teach one section of English 125 (a four-credit writing course on a topic related to their discipline) and are supported by a .50 GSI fraction and, in addition, they receive a stipend. Deadline: March TBD. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. More Information
Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies
Pre-doctoral scholars will receive an annual stipend of $28,000 and post-doctoral scholars will receive an annual stipend of $62,000. Eligible applicants: Open only to doctoral candidates or recent PhD recipients who may already hold teaching or research positions. There is no application form. The following materials are required for a complete application: A current CV, including a list of publications (include 3 copies); a statement of the applicant's proposed research, including intellectual objectives and planned methodological and disciplinary work — no more than 2,500 words (include 3 copies); an official copy of each graduate transcript; three letters of recommendation in sealed, signed envelopes placed inside the application packet; a cover letter which succinctly states the applicant’s academic field, country or region of specialization, and proposed or actual research topic. Faxed or emailed application materials will not be accepted. Application materials should be mailed to: The Academy of Scholars Program, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, 1727 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. Deadline is typically early October. For additional information contact: Kathleen Hoover, Program Coordinator,email@example.com or Laurence H. Winnie, Executive Officer,firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: (617) 495-2137
IHR Mellon Fellowships for Dissertation Research in the Humanities
1. Pre-Dissertation Fellowship Program (summer funds): Seven pre-dissertation fellowships in the humanities are offered to candidates who wish to spend time in the U.K. for preliminary examinations of primary sources and archival material in order to draw up and refine a dissertation proposal. Visits will be for a maximum of two months and must be made between the beginning of June and the end of September. The total value of these fellowships will be $5,000 each.
2. Dissertation Fellowships Program: Five dissertation fellowships in the humanities are offered to candidates who wish to spend time in the U.K. carrying out archival research for their dissertations. These fellowships will last for one year from 1st October to 30th September. The total value of these fellowships will be $25,000 each. Applications will open at the end of November. For more information, contact IHR Mellon Fellowships in the Humanities, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU; phone 020 7862 8747; fax 0207862 8745; email email@example.com
International Institute Individual Fellowships (University of Michigan)
Description: The International Institute Individual Fellowships are designed to support University of Michigan students, regardless of citizenship, who are enrolled in a degree program and wish to participate in internships or conduct research abroad. Award amounts are up to $5,000. Eligibility Criteria: University of Michigan undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students are eligible, regardless of citizenship. Applicants must be enrolled in a degree program. Eligible internship or research projects must be at least one month in length, constitute at least a thirty-hour-per-week time commitment (exclusive of language training), and meet all requirements of the university travel policy and the Institutional Review Board. Deadline is typically mid-February. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
The Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG) (University of Michigan) Graduate Student Research Awards
This program awards $500 grants to graduate students at the University of Michigan planning or conducting research, scholarship, and creative activities focusing on women and gender. These grants are for expenses such as books, travel, production or exhibition costs, software, data collection, or payment of subjects. Students at any stage in their graduate careers may apply. Although most awards are made to doctoral-level students, students currently in master’s degree programs, but planning research or creative careers, are invited to apply.
Deadline: December. Notification in late January. More Information
King-Chavez-Parks Future Faculty Fellowship Program (University of Michigan, Rackham)
The fellowship is funded by the State of Michigan and is intended to increase the pool of traditionally underrepresented candidates pursuing faculty teaching careers in postsecondary education. Preference may not be given to applicants on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, gender, or national origin. Applications are encouraged from minorities, women, people with disabilities, and individuals from cultural, linguistic, geographic, and socio-economic backgrounds who would otherwise not adequately be represented in the graduate student and faculty populations. The amount of the KCP Future Faculty Fellowship Award will depend on the student’s financial needs. The maximum available award for master’s students is $20,000 and for doctoral students is $35,000. Check the website for eligibility (note the Michigan residency requirement and an intended career in teaching). Applications are reviewed as they are submitted. More Information
Lurcy Foundation Fellowship for Study in France (University of Michigan, Rackham)
The grantee will receive a $25,000 stipend for study in France. Eligible applicants: U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Deadline is early October. More Information
Oberlin and Kalamazoo Mentorship Programs (University of Michigan, Rackham)
Doctoral students from the University of Michigan who have achieved candidacy and have demonstrated a record of accomplishment in teaching may participate in the Graduate Student Mentorship Program or the Teaching Internship Program. Both programs pair a faculty member from Oberlin College or Kalamazoo College with a student with comparable disciplinary interests. Visits to either campus may include activities ranging from observing a mentor's class and reviewing it with him/her or discussing research agendas in the context of liberal arts colleges or guest lecturing or conducting class discussions. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the academic year. Rackham will reimburse the costs of travel, food and lodging. Students interested in either of these programs should consult the Rackham Mentorship website.
Social Science Research Council - International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship
Provides support for humanists and social scientists to conduct dissertation field research in all areas and regions of the world; fellowships will provide support for nine to twelve months of dissertation research. Fellowship amounts average @20,000 per fellowship. No awards will be made for proposals requiring less than nine months of on-site research. Eligible applicants: Full-time graduate students in the humanities and all social sciences regardless of citizenship whose field research requires them to go outside the U.S. Applicants must have completed all PhD requirements except the field research component by the time the fellowship begins. Deadline is early November. For applications e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. More Information
Social Science Research Council - The Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF)
he DPDF is a strategic fellowship program designed to help graduate students in the humanities and social sciences formulate doctoral dissertation proposals that are intellectually pointed, amenable to completion in a reasonable time frame, and competitive in fellowship competitions. The program is organized around distinct “research fields,” subdisciplinary and interdisciplinary domains with common intellectual questions and styles of research. Each year, an SSRC Faculty Advisory Committee selects five fields proposed by pairs of research directors who are tenured professors at different doctoral degree-granting programs at U.S. universities. Research directors receive a stipend of $7500. Graduate students in the early phase of their research, generally second and third years, apply to one of five research fields led by the two directors; each group is made up of ten to twelve graduate students. Fellows participate in two workshops, one in the late spring that helps prepare them to undertake predissertation research on their topics; and one in the early fall, designed to help them synthesize their summer research and to draft proposals for dissertation funding. Fellows are eligible to apply for up to $5000 from SSRC to support predissertation research during the summer. Application typically available late November; Deadline in January; Students notified early April. More Information
Terra Summer Residency (TSR), Giverny
Terra Foundation for American Art; residency fellowship of eight weeks (June 17- August 11) at the Musée d’Art Américan Giverny in Giverny, France. Ten doctoral students in art history are chosen from American and European applicants. Housing, a travel contribution, and a $5,000 stipend provided. Informal lectures and seminars, emphasizing interdisciplinary exchange and dialogue, with time for research. Exact Deadline TBA: January. More Information
Winterthur Fellowship Programs
National Endowment for the Humanities. Winterthur participates in an NEH funded program, Fellowships at Independent Research Institutions, in which scholars may receive four to twelve month fellowships to pursue advanced research. This fellowship may not be used in the pursuit of a degree, although fellows with doctorate in hand may revise a dissertation for publication. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or residents for three years prior to application. Stipend up to $40,000. McNeil Dissertation Fellowships: one or two semester long fellowships for doctoral candidates conducting dissertation research. Stipend: $7000 per semester. Winterthur Research Fellowships: one to three month short term fellowships for academic, museum, and independent scholars, including graduate students. Fellows receive a stipend of $1500 per month. Applicants need not apply for a specific named fellowship, but we do designate certain awards as: Faith Andrews Fellowships for the study of Shaker life and material culture; Robert Lee Gill Fellowships for research on American decorative arts, painting, architecture, or historic preservation; Dwight P. Lanmon Fellowships for the study of glass and ceramics; Neville McD. Thompson Fellowships for the study of domestic life, late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century design and material culture. Deadline typically mid-January. For more information, contact: Academic Programs Office, Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, Winterthur, DE 19735; phone 800 448 3883 or 302 888 4600; email@example.com
American Association of University Women
The purpose of the American Dissertation Fellowship is to offset a scholar’s living expenses while she completes her dissertation. The fellowship must be used for the final year of writing the dissertation.
Applicants must have completed all course work, passed all preliminary examinations, and received approval for their research proposals or plans by the preceding November. Students holding fellowships for writing a dissertation in the year prior to the AAUW fellowships year are not eligible. Open to applicants in all fields of study. Scholars engaged in science, technology, engineering and math fields or those researching gender issues are especially encouraged to apply.
Applications are open August 1–November 1.
For questions or technical support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org