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Fellowships at Winterthur

From: Gretchen Buggeln <gbuggeln>
Date: Thursday, June 19, 2003
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library invites applications for its
2004-2005 Research Fellowship Program. Approximately twenty-five
residential fellowships will be awarded with stipends of $1500 to
$3333 per month. NEH grants, Lois F. Mc Neil dissertation grants,
and a variety of short-term fellowships are available for academic
and independent scholars, graduate students and museum and public
history professionals.

Library holdings include books, manuscripts, ephemera, and trade
catalogues from the seventeenth century through 1930, as well as an
excellent collection of recent scholarly works, auction catalogues,
and periodicals.

Museum collections contain domestic artifacts and works of art made
or used in America to 1860. Scholars may pursue research in American
history and culture, decorative and fine arts, architecture,
material culture and design, or related topics in British,
Continental, or Asian decorative arts and design.  Past research
topics include preindustrial crafts, consumerism, foodways, the
history of everyday life, advertising, women's lives, travel and
tourism, and historical memory. Our collections are rich and diverse
and we welcome applications that offer fresh approaches to our

For more information, please visit <URL:>
<URL:>, contact
academicprograms [at] winterthur__org, call 302-888-4640, or write to

    Gretchen Buggeln
    Director, Research Fellowship Program
    Winterthur Museum
    Winterthur, DE 19735.

Application deadline January 15, 2004.

Gretchen Townsend Buggeln
Director, Winterthur Research Fellowship Program
Assoc. Prof., WPEAC
Academic Programs
Winterthur Museum

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