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Call for Proposals
Awards of $18,000 will be made to graduate students at any stage of Ph.D. dissertation work for a one year term beginning summer or fall 1999.
To be eligible, a student must be a Ph.D. candidate in a department of art history and the candidate's dissertation must be focused on a topic in the history of the visual arts of the United States. A student whose degree will be granted by another department may be eligible if the principal dissertation advisor is in a department of art history. In all cases, however, the dissertation topic should be object-oriented.
Applicants must be US citizens or permanent legal residents of the United States. Master of Fine Arts students are not eligible.
Write, FAX, or e-mail: Fellowship Office, American Council of Learned
Societies, 228 East 45th Street, New York, NY 10017-3398; Fax: 212-949-8058;
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. In application
requests, note current level of graduate study, department and institution,
citizenship or legal residence, expected degree date, and dissertation topic.
Deadline for completed applications: November 16, 1998.
Application deadlines are mid-December 1998, as specified in the 7Call for Proposals.
The 1999 Call for Proposals is available via
e-mail: Send a blank message to email@example.com and
the call for proposals will return automatically.
Fax-on-demand: Call 318/357-3214 and follow the recorded instructions to receive a catalog of documents that includes the call for proposals.
Web: Visit http://www.ncptt.nps.gov and click on "Preservation Technology and Training Grants".
Brochure: Request a printed call for proposals by sending an e-mail message to: firstname.lastname@example.org, telephoning 318/357-6464, or writing NCPTT, NSU Box 5682, Natchitoches, LA 71497.
PTT Grants are funded by Federal appropriation and awards are subject to availability of funds.
For more information, contact John Robbins, NCPTT Executive Director; telephone 318/357-6464, facsimile 318/357-6421, e-mail email@example.com.
The NCPTT is an office of the National Park Service under the Associate Director, Cultural Resource Stewardship and Partnerships.
NCPTT promotes and enhances the preservation of prehistoric and historic resources in the United States for present and future generations through the advancement and dissemination of preservation and conservation technology and training. Preservation Technology and Training Grants are NCPTT's chief means of stimulating and supporting creative work in research, training and information management for preservation and conservation.
Fellowships at YIVO
|Recipients of these fellowships are expected to deliver a public lecture
based on their research and submit a paper for possible publication in
the YIVO Annual or YIVO-bleter.
Applicants should send (or fax) a resume, two letters of support, and a research proposal of no more than three pages to:
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
555 West 57th Street * New York, NY 10019
Tel: (212) 426-6080 * Fax: (212) 292-1892
Postmark deadline: December 1, 1998
International Survey of Jewish Monuments
c/o Jewish Heritage Research Center
Box 210, 118 Julian Pl.
Syracuse, New York 13210-3419, USA
tel: (315) 474-2350
fax: (315) 474-2347
Last Updated: December 9, 2002
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