Students, scholars, and professionals in the field of journalism, history and policy are invited to apply for a fellowship at the Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public.
Fellows with demonstrated commitment to historical inquiry are eligible to apply. The deadline is on Monday 12th April 2021.
The Leventhal Map & Education Center (LMEC) at the Boston Public Library is a special collections centre with research, educational, and exhibition programmes relating to historical geography.
It is the steward of the Boston Public Library’s map collection, consisting of approximately a quarter million maps, atlases, globes, etc.
Eligible candidates are researchers, students, and faculty members as well as independent scholars in the fields like journalism, design, and policy who can demonstrate a commitment to historical inquiry.
Successful fellows will receive a stipend of $3,000. They are expected to spend between one and three weeks in residence at the LMEC. During this time, fellows will prepare a report on their ongoing research for publication on the LMEC website.
The deadline is on Monday 12th April 2021.
- A statement describing the proposed research project
- A project plan
- A full CV in PDF format
- Final round applicants will additionally be required to submit a letter of support from a colleague or supervisor. Letters of support will be solicited by the end of April.
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