Award Amount: $4,000
Number of Awards: Not Known
Deadline: November 6, 2017
Winner Announcement: Not Known
With support from the Lapidus Initiative, the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture has entered into an international partnership offering “Georgian Papers Programme Fellowship”. The fellowship program is open to U.S. or U.K. citizens and applicants will also be required to undergo a security clearance. The OI’s month-long Georgian Papers fellowships support research on transatlantic and early American topics. Fellows also have the opportunity for collegial exchange with relevant departments and faculty at King’s College London.
The Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture (OI) is the oldest organization in the United States exclusively dedicated to advancing the study, research, and publication of scholarship bearing on the history and culture of early America, broadly construed, from circa 1450 to 1820. Their scope of inquiry includes North America and related histories of the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and Africa.
You are encouraged to apply if you are
- Fellowships are restricted to U.S. or U.K. citizens.
- Successful applicants will be required to undergo a security clearance before beginning work at Windsor Castle.
Instructions for Applying:
Applicants can apply electronically by the given link:
The fellowship will be provided a $2,500 stipend with up to $1,500 in additional support for travel.
Detailed Information Link:
If you have any questions about the fellowship may be addressed to OI Director Karin Wulf via Martha Howard at the Omohundro Institute (martha.howard-at-wm.edu).