Filed under: Fellowships & Scholarships
The University of Buffalo Humanities Institute and the UB Libraries are offering two fellowships for scholars working on their dissertation interested in making use of the University’s special collections holdings. These well-known materials include the Poetry Collection, University Archives, Rare Books, the Music Library, the Polish Collection, and the History of Medicine Collection. Here is UB’s description of the two awards:
“The James Joyce Fellowship: The stipend is up to $2,000 for scholars and graduate students whose research is centered on the writings of James Joyce, Modernism, Joyce-related research, research on Sylvia Beach, Modernist publishers, Modernist genetic criticism, Joyce’s literary circle, his literary colleagues, or his influences.
“The Charles D. Abbott Library Fellowship: The stipend is up to $4,000 for scholars and graduate students whose research would be enhanced by any of the books, manuscripts or unique documents in the UB Libraries special collections, which include materials from the Poetry Collection, University Archives, Rare Books, the Polish Collection, the Music Library, and the History of Medicine Collection.”
The deadline for the application is January 15, 2013. For the complete application requirements, instruction on how to submit the application, and more general information about the fellowships, follow this link.
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