STIP Nov 24, 2011

John H. Daniels Fellowship at National Sporting Library and Museum

The National Sporting Library
Application deadline: Feb 1, 2012

Lindsay Berreth, Middleburg, VA

The National Sporting Library and Museum seeks applications for the John H. Daniels Fellowship which supports scholars doing research in the area of horse and field sports. Applications must be postmarked no later than February 1, 2012. For more information go to http://www.nsl.org or call 540-687-6542 for a brochure.

The John H. Daniels Fellowship supports scholars at the National Sporting Library and Museum for periods of two weeks to one year. Applicants must submit a formal application demonstrating how they will utilize the NSLM collections of books, periodicals, manuscripts, archival materials and fine art for research in the area of equestrian and field sports. A special fellowship also will be offered for topics relating to field sports and conservation.

Selected Fellows receive complimentary housing in Middleburg and a stipend to cover living and travel costs. University faculty and graduate students, librarians, museum curator, writers and journalists are encouraged to apply. Individuals from the disciplines of history, literature, equine studies, journalism, art history, anthropology, area studies as well as sport and environmental history have received Daniels Fellowships.

Reference:
STIP: John H. Daniels Fellowship at National Sporting Library and Museum. In: ArtHist.net, Nov 24, 2011 (accessed Jul 18, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/2305>.

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