Harry Ransom Center
Eligibility: Post-doctorate or independent scholars with a substantial record of publication;
Funding: Up to $3,000 each
Deadline: February 1.
Summary: The Harry Ransom Center at the U. of Texas-Austin is accepting applications for approximately 50 fellowships
to support research projects in the humanities that require on-site use of the center's collection of art, literary
manuscripts, photography and rare books. Most fellowships last one month and carry an award of $3,000 each, although
some may last two to four months and provide $3,000 per month.
Applicants with projects lasting less than a month can apply for travel stipends of up to $1,700 each. Graduate students
can apply for dissertation fellowships of $1,500 each. U.S. citizens, as well as residents of other countries, are eligible to
Insider's Tip: A complete application consists of three copies of a completed four-page proposal form and two letters
of recommendation in sealed, signed envelopes. The applicant should submit all materials together.