NOVEMBER 15, 2018.
5 P.M. CST
(Partially Funded/ Paid Opportunity)
Ransom Center Research Fellowships
For its 2019–2020 fellowship program, the Ransom Center will award 10 dissertation fellowships and up to 50 postdoctoral fellowships for projects that require substantial on-site use of its collections. The collections support research in all areas of the humanities, including literature, photography, film, art, the performing arts, music, and cultural history.
Decisions will be announced by email on March 31, 2019. Fellowship recipients will also receive materials related to their award by mail. Queries about applications in process cannot be acknowledged. Fellowship recipients and their research projects will be recognized in Ransom Center publicity.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- The Performing Arts
- Cultural History
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
Depends on the Selected Fellowship.
- The fellowships are open to individuals of any nationality.
- Previous recipients of Ransom Center fellowships are eligible to reapply after two full fellowship cycles have passed.
- One- to three-month fellowships and travel stipends are open to individuals with a Ph.D. or with a substantial record of professional achievement, demonstrated on their curriculum vitae.
- If the Ph.D. is in-progress at the time of application, the proposal and letters of recommendation must clearly indicate completion by June 1, 2019.
- Successful applicants must complete the Ph.D. by this date in order to accept the fellowship.
(Partially Funded/ Paid Opportunity)
AVAILABLE FELLOWSHIPS INCLUDE:
1- ONE- TO THREE-MONTH FELLOWSHIPS
- $3,500 PER MONTH.
- One- to three-month fellowships are available for postdoctoral or independent scholars whose projects require extensive use of the Ransom Center’s collections.
2- TRAVEL STIPENDS
- Travel stipends are available for postdoctoral or independent scholars whose projects require less than one month’s use of the Center’s collections. Travel stipends may not be combined with other Ransom Center fellowships
3- DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS
- Dissertation fellowships are available for graduate students whose doctoral dissertations require use of the Center’s collections.
* For all fellowship categories, an additional, one-time $500 stipend will be provided to individuals who are a citizen or resident of a country other than the U.S. to contribute to the costs associated with the J-1 visa and/or international travel to Austin.
First Step: Create Your Fellowship Account.
To begin your application, create your fellowship account. Upon the successful creation of your account, you will receive, by email, your fellowship account number. Please save this number for your records, as you must use it to submit your proposal, and must provide it to your referee(s) for their submission of your required letter(s) of recommendation.
Second Step: Submit Your Proposal.
Once you have created your fellowship account and received your fellowship account number, submit your three-page proposal as a single PDF file. Please be aware that your proposal cannot be submitted partially or revised once submitted, and resubmitted proposals will not be accepted. Be sure that your proposal is complete and final before uploading.
Third Step: Submit a Letter of Recommendation.
Using the fellowship account number supplied by the applicant, submit your letter of recommendation as a PDF file bearing your signature and institutional letterhead. Please be aware that your letter cannot be submitted partially or revised once submitted, and resubmitted letters will not be accepted.
- An automated email will be sent to the applicant upon the successful submission of each item.
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Alyaa Abdelraouf/ Egypt “
Reviewed by” Shimaa Elgizawy/ Egypt ”
MARJ3 Scholarships team