Houghton Library Visiting Fellowships 2023-23 at Harvard (Stipend: $4,500)
Language Requirement Not required
The Houghton Library Visiting Fellowships for 2023–2023 at Harvard are now accepting applications. The visiting fellowship program funds academics at various career levels to pursue projects that call for in-depth research on the library’s collections and chances to benefit from staff knowledge and engage in Harvard’s intellectual life.
Houghton offers fellows access to other University libraries and opportunities for information sharing and research promotion through its publications, scholarly initiatives, and public events.
The diversity and depth of Houghton’s holdings may be seen in the recent fellows’ study themes, which cover anything from celebrity pregnancies on the London stage to Iberian chivalric tales to Native American music from the colonial era to the acquisition of Sanskrit manuscripts.
Provided by: Harvard University
Deadline: January 20, 2023
Eligible Countries: All
- Fully Funded Humboldt Research Fellowship in Germany 2023
- Illinois Global Institute (IGI) Language Fellowship 2023/24 (Stipend: $20,000)
- Stipends for fellows in the 2023–2024 cohort will be $4,500 for the duration of their appointments.
- Curators & other library, archive, and museum professionals are welcome to apply, and doctorate students, post-doctoral researchers, professors, and independent scholars.
- Open to applicants from all countries. Any non-American who receives a fellowship must apply for a J-1 visa. Harvard University can sponsor the key, but fellows must pay any related expenses. They will receive their stipend two weeks after arriving at Houghton Library.
- Every year, scholars are encouraged to apply. However, after receiving a fellowship, it must be five years before another one is given out.
- Normally, fellowships are not awarded to academics close to the library.
- Students and academics from underrepresented groups in academia, such as women, Black, Indigenous, and other people of color, first-generation scholars, and individuals with disabilities, are especially encouraged to apply.
- A project suggestion (1,000 words maximum)
- A rough list of the materials in the Houghton collection
- A resume, and
- One letter of recommendation.
Just so you know, applicants do not need to apply for any specific fellowships other than the Pantzer Fellowship; if selected, the Selection Committee will choose the fellowship that will best advance your research.
How to Apply?
Click the apply now button to submit an application. Applications should only be submitted after they are finished. Applicants are strongly advised to preserve applications in progress.
Please refer to Harvard Library’s website for more information about Houghton Library Visiting Fellowships.
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