The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies offers fellowship to doctoral students in Latin American History, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2012
Scholarship Program: John H. Coatsworth Latin American History Fellowship
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Employer: The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies
Level of Study: Graduates
Subject(s): Latin American History
Duration: These fellowships were established to support a full academic year (September-June) of research.
Number of Awards: Not Known
Am I Eligible? (1) Students should have completed at least one year of their graduation at the time of
(2) Recipients must obtain approval if they wish to accept other grants, fellowships or teaching assignments during the same period.
(3) This fellowship reserves the right to adjust the amount of an award if fellows have received other funding for the same time period.
What does it cover? This fellowship will provide a stipend toward living expenses and can be used while undertaking research on campus or in the field
How do I Apply? By Electronically or By Post
Scholarship Description: This fellowship is offered to the students those who wish to get doctoral degree in Latin American History from Harvard University. This fellowship is established to honor the legacy of John H.Coatsworth, the founding director of David Rockefeller center and former Manroe Gautam Professor of Latin American affairs at Harvard University. This will also provide stipend towards living expenses and can be used while undertaking research on campus or in the field and supports full academic year from September to June.
Application closing date: 30 March, 2012