Application for Research Fellowships

Institut Français d’Amérique
Department of History, CB# 3195
Attn: Professor Jay Smith
The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3195
PHONE: 919-962-2115 FAX: 919-962-1403
E-MAIL: institutfrancaisdamerique@gmail.com

* President: Dr. Richard J. Golsan, Texas A&M University
* Vice President: Dr. Jay Smith, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* Secretary: Dr. Ellen Welch, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* Treasurer: Mrs. Susan Nassar, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

*** PLEASE NOTE: The IFA’s fellowship competition has been suspended for 2017. Please check back for instructions regarding the 2018 fellowship competition. ***

GILBERT CHINARD  RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
HARMON CHADBOURN RORISON FELLOWSHIP
EDOUARD MOROT-SIR FELLOWSHIP IN FRENCH STUDIES

Two to four $1500 awards for maintenance (not travel) during research in France for a period of at least one month.

CANDIDACY:

Final stage Ph.D. dissertation, or Ph.D. held no longer than three years before application deadline of January 15.

FIELDS:

French studies in the areas of: art, economics, history, history of science, linguistics, literature and social sciences.

APPLICATION:

No application form. Applicants should write two pages maximum describing the research project and planned trip (location, length of stay, materials to be consulted, etc.), and include a current curriculum vitae. Please submit this application to institutfrancaisdamerique@gmail.com. A separate confidential letter of recommendation from the dissertation director (under a University letterhead) is required for Ph.D. candidates. A confidential letter from the former dissertation director or another specialist in the field (also under official letterhead) is required for assistant professors. This letter should be sent in a pdf format or as a scanned document directly from the recommender to institutfrancaisdamerique@gmail.com. The deadline for applications is January 15.

REPORT:

Upon return from France, the awardees will send a brief report to the Institut Français d’Amérique about their research and the work they have completed in France.

  
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