Institut Français d’Amérique
Department of History, CB# 3195
Attn: Professor Jay Smith
The University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3195
* President: Dr. Catherine A. Maley, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* Vice President: Dr. Homer B. Sutton, Davidson College
* Secretary: Dr. Lloyd S. Kramer, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* Treasurer: Mrs. Jean Wilson, Durham, North Carolina
GILBERT CHINARD RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
HARMON CHADBOURN RORISON FELLOWSHIP
EDOUARD MOROT-SIR FELLOWSHIP IN FRENCH STUDIES
Three or four $1500 awards for maintenance (not travel) during research in France for a period of at least one month.
Final stage Ph.D. dissertation, or Ph.D. held no longer than three years before application deadline of January 15.
French studies in the areas of: art, economics, history, history of science, linguistics, literature and social sciences.
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 IFA@unc.edu
. 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 IFA@unc.edu
. The deadline for applications is January 15.
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.
Applications should be sent by email before January 15 to: IFA@unc.edu
Please visit our website at: http://institut.unc.edu/
An Institute for French-American Studies
Founded in Washington D.C in 1926 Based in Chapel Hill since 1972
Formerly Institut Français de Washington