GRANTS – Brief Article

GRANTS – Brief Article – Bibliography

Susan deWeese

The John Nicholas Brown Center is accepting applications for its research fellowship program. Scholars receive preference if working with Rhode Island materials or requiring access to New England resources. Open to advanced graduate students, faculty, independent scholars, and humanities professionals, grants include space in the Nightingale-Brown House, access to Brown University resources, and stipends up to $2,000. Application deadlines are November 1 and April 15 annually. For information, contact Joyce M. Botelho, Director, John Nicholas Brown Center, Box 1880, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912.

The White House Historical Association invites scholars who are conducting research at the National Archives and Records Administration Presidential Library System to apply for grants to defray costs of travel, accommodations, and photocopy expenses. Projects will be considered that make use of textual and non-textual records of the Presidential Libraries pertinent to the president, first family and subordinates during the president’s tenure in the White House. Deadlines for applications are March 1 and September 1 annually. For details, visit the grant website at http://www.whitehousehistory/org.

The National Endowment for the Humanities offers a new category of grants up to $10,000 to support the development of public humanities programs. Competition is open to museums, historic sites, historical societies, and other non-profit organizations. For guidelines or more information, visit the grant website at http://www.neh.gov.

Compiled by Susan deWeese Pennsylvania State University

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