Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
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The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, in collaboration with The Huntington Library, annually offers the ACMRS-Huntington Library Fellowship to aid in dissertation, postdoctoral, or faculty research using the collections of The Huntington.
A requirement for holding the fellowship is that the time of tenure be spent in residence at The Huntington: the period of residence may vary, but must be a minimum of one month. The Huntington Library welcomes the annual ACMRS fellow with a $3,500 award for a one-month residency.
Applicants must be faculty members, postdoctoral students, or graduate students having advanced to candidacy at ASU, NAU, or UA.
Applications should consist of a curriculum vitae, contact information for two references, and a 1,250-1500-word description of the research project, which must reference the relevant Huntington materials for your project and should include a brief approximate budget for how the funds will be used. For graduate students, one of your references must be from your doctoral advisor or chair.
Note: Applicants for the ACMRS fellowship are also welcome to apply to supplement the ACMRS-Huntington Library Fellowship with a short-term award from The Huntington Library itself under the terms of its own fellowship competition. See The Huntington's website for more information. For questions or queries about this supplemental award, please contact Catherine Wehrey-Miller, Assistant to the Director of Research at the Huntington.
The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Arizona State University Library are excited to announce our membership in the Newberry Library’s Renaissance Studies Consortium. As part of our membership, ACMRS and the ASU Library, in collaboration with the Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies, offer the annual Newberry Library Fellowships to support ASU graduate students and faculty looking to research at the Newberry or participate in Center for Renaissance Studies programming.
This year, ACMRS and ASU Libraries will be offering four fellows an award of up to $1,500 to conduct research and/or participate in Center in Renaissance Studies programming at the Newberry Library. The list of 2022-2023 Newberry Programming can be found online here.
Applicants must be ASU faculty members, post-doctoral students, or graduate students.
Applications should consist of a 750-1,000-word proposal, a curriculum vitae, and contact information for two references. Proposals should establish what the fellowship will be used for (research, programming, etc.) and include a brief approximate budget for how the funds will be used. For graduate students, one reference must be their doctoral advisor or chair.
Applications for Newberry Fellowships are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the academic year contingent on remaining yearly funding.