The J. Franklin Jameson Fellowship in American History at American Historical Association, Washington, 2012 2013

February 21, 2012 | By More

American Historical Association offers Fellowship to PhD candidates in American History, Washington, D.C, 2012 2013

 
Scholarship Program: The J. Franklin Jameson Fellowship in American History

 

Type of Award: Fellowship

 

Nationality: U.S. Citizen

 

Employer: Library of Congress and the American Historical Association

 

Level of Study: Fellowship

 

Subject(s): American History

 

Duration: 2–3 Months

 

Number of Awards: Not Known

 

Am I Eligible? (1) Applicant must hold PhD degree.

(2) The Applicant’s project must include general and special collections of the Library of Congress.

(3) Must have received his degree within the past seven years, and must not have published or had accepted for publication a book-length historical work

 

What does it cover? Stipend of  $ 5,000

 

How do I Apply? By Post

 

Scholarship Description: This fellowship supports significant scholarly research for one semester in the collections of the Library of Congress by scholars at an early stage in their careers in History. The fellowship is named in honor of J. Franklin James. It is designed to assist scholars early in their careers.  The fellowship will not be awarded to complete a doctoral dissertation.

 

Application closing date: 15 March, 2012

 

Further Scholarship Information and Application

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Category: History Scholarships, PhD Scholarships and Fellowships

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