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USHMM's Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies 2002-2003 Fellowship
Location: District of Columbia, United States
Fellowship Deadline: 2001-11-01
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's Center for Advanced Holocaust
Studies announces its fellowship opportunities for 2002-2003. The Center
awards fellowships to support research and writing on the Holocaust and in
genocide studies. Awards are granted on a competitive basis to Ph.D.
candidates, postdoctoral researchers, senior scholars, and professionals
holding degrees from accredited academic and research institutions
worldwide. The Center welcomes approaches by scholars in history, political
science, literature, philosophy, religion, sociology, anthropology,
psychology and other disciplines.
Visiting scholars spend anywhere from one month to an academic year in
residence at the Museum. During this time, fellows have access to more than
13 million pages of Holocaust-related documentation from archives across
Europe. Scholars may also utilize the Museum's library; oral history
collection; music, film, and photo archives; as well as the vast resources
available at other repositories in the Washington, D.C. area.
The postmark deadline for all fellowship applications is November 1, 2001.
Decisions will be announced by February 8, 2002. Fellowships may begin as
early as April 2002, and must be completed no later than September 2003.
All applications must be in English and consist of:
A completed application form
A project proposal not to exceed five single-spaced pages (see
application form for guidelines)
A curriculum vita
Three letters of recommendation that speak to the applicant's ability
to carry out the proposed project (see guidelines on the application form)
For information on the Center, a partial description of the Museum's
archival and other holdings, and to obtain a fellowship application online,
please refer to the Museum's website at www.ushmm.org/research/center.
Wendy Lower, Ph.D.
Director, Visiting Scholars Program
Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2126
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