John Carter Brown Library Fellowship for Graduates, Scholars & Independent Researchers, Rhode Island, 2012
John Carter Brown Library offers fellowship for international Advanced graduate students, Scholars, and Independent researchers, Rhode Island, 2012
Scholarship Program: John Carter Brown Library Fellowship
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: Citizens of U.S. and abroad
Employer: John Carter Brown Library
Level of Study: Advanced graduate students, Scholars, and Independent researchers
Duration: 2 to 10 months
Number of Awards: Approximately forty fellowships are awarded annually
Am I Eligible? Fellowships are available to advanced graduate students, scholars, and independent researchers, the main criteria for awards being the merit and significance of the proposal, the qualifications of the candidate, and the relevance the Library’s holdings to the proposed research project.
What does it cover? Contact Employer
How do I Apply? By online and electronically
Scholarship Description: The John Carter Brown Library Fellowship Program, now in its fiftieth year, was created to give scholars of the early Americas from the U.S. and abroad an opportunity to pursue their work in proximity to a distinguished collection of primary sources.
Application closing date: December 15, 2012