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Fellowships at Winterthur Museum

From: Gretchen Buggeln <gbuggeln>
Date: Thursday, October 8, 1998
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library invites applications for its
1999-2000 residential fellowship program:

NEH fellowships: available to scholars pursuing advanced research
for four to twelve months, with stipends up to $30,000.

McNeil dissertation research fellowships: available for full year or
semester; $6500 per semester.

Winterthur research fellowships: available to academic, museum, and
independent scholars, and to support dissertation research for one
to six months; stipends of $1500 per month.

Winterthur's rich and varied library collections include half a
million imprints, manuscripts, visual materials, and printed
ephemera that support research in the seventeenth through the early
twentieth centuries.  The museum collection includes 89,000 domestic
artifacts and art objects made or used in America to 1860. Research
topics might include: history of the family, domestic life,
childhood, consumerism, Shaker history, decorative arts, garden
history, pre-industrial crafts, business history, the history of
travel and leisure, popular memory, and many other topics in
American art history, social and cultural history, and material
culture.

Application deadline for all fellowships is January 15, 1999.

For an application packet, please write to:

    Gretchen Buggeln
    Director, Research Fellowship Program
    Office of Advanced Studies
    Winterthur Museum
    Winterthur, DE  19735
    302-888-4649
    pelliott [at] winterthur__org

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