Only available for students and graduates at Bavarian universities
Kluge Fellows 2010: Martina Schlögel, Markus Faltermeier, and Sabrina Hüttner
with Carolyn Brown, Director of the John W. Kluge Center
1. Bavarian Library of Congress Fellowship Info sheet
Kluge Center at the Library of Congress, Washington DC - Sponsored by the Bavarian State Ministry of Education, Science and the Arts
9,000 Euro Grant, Summer-Fall 2015
The joint scholarship of the Bavarian American Academy of the John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress in 2015 is offered with Euro 9,000.
The scholarship includes a stay in Washington for 5-6 months, a deskat the John W. Kluge Center, research support by the staff of the center and access to all archives of the Library of Congress.
2. Two Harvard University Post-Graduate Research Fellowship Info sheet
Harvarad University, Cambridge MA - Sponsored by the Harvard Club Munich e.V.
3,000 Euro Grant, Summer-Fall 2015
The two research grants includes access to the Harvard library, contacts in Harvard, and support in the search for an adequate housing from the BAA. The Harvard Club Munich finances the research activities of two fellows with a grant of Euro 3,000. The grants may be used for either travel expenses or housing. Depending on time of the year , the fellowship is considered for a stay of two to three months in length in the United States. A short report on the fellowship is to be handed in afterwards.
3. Duke University Post-Graduate Research Fellowship Info sheet
Duke University, Durham, NC; Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Social Sciences - Sponsored by Duke Club of Germany e.V.
2,000 Euro Grant, Summer-Fall 2015
Access to the library will be available during the Fellowship. Our partners in Durham will give you support on current research questions and will offer the chance for discussions. The Duke Club of Germany supports the research with grant of Euro 2,000. This grant may be used for either travel expenses or housing. The exact time of your stay will be coordinated with professor Kerry Haynie in the Department of Political Science. A short report on the fellowship is to be handed in afterwards.
4. Yale University Post-Graduate Research Fellowship Infosheet
Yale University, New Haven, CT; Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition - Sponsored by BAA
1,000 Euro Grant, Summer-Fall 2015
This internship includes intensive collaboration at the Gilder Lehrman Center. You will be working closely together with professors. You will also have access to all libraries in Yale. BAA supports this internship with a grant of Euro 1,000. This grant may be used for either travel expenses or housing. The exact time of your stay will be coordinated with professor David Blight at the Gilder Lehrman Center. A short report on the fellowship is to be handed in afterwards.
The application deadline for all fellowships is January 7, 2015
- with CV,
- summary of academic project (max. 2 pages long) and,
- letter of support from doctoral advisor.
The application has to be written in English.