The ACMRS is pleased to offer its currently open Newberry Library Fellowships. The program is specially conducted for the ASU faculty members who are also post-doctoral students, or graduate students.
The aim of the awards is to support students who are looking to research at the Newberry or participate in the Center for Renaissance Studies programming. The grants will be enough to cover up the relevant expenses.
The Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies was introduced in 1981 by the Arizona Board of Regents as a state-wide, tri-university research unit. Its mission is to promote the most expansive, creative, and daring scholarship in medieval and renaissance studies.
Who May Eligible?
To eligible, the students must review the below-mentioned criteria:
- Applicants must be ASU faculty members,
- Must be post-doctoral students, or graduate students.
How to Apply
Interested applicants are required Please send attachments as .docx or .pdf files to geoffrey.way-at-asu.edu to get considered for the program.
- Applications should consist of a 750-1,000-word proposal, a curriculum vitae, and two supporting letters of recommendation.
- For graduate students, one letter of recommendation must be from their doctoral advisor or chair.
- Letters of recommendation should be emailed by the writer individually.
ACMRS and ASU Libraries will be providing three fellows with an award of up to $2,000. The grant will help to conduct research or participate in Center in Renaissance Studies programming at the Newberry Library.
The application deadline to submit your documents is August 1st, 2020.