Fellowships in International Studies
The Library of Congress, the Association of American Universities, and the American Council of Learned Societies are pleased to sponsor the Library of Congress Fellowships in International Studies. The singular collaboration of these three organizations underlines their commitment to scholarship in international studies.
Even as the world is increasingly interconnected and “globalized,” the ability to interpret the histories and cultures of other nations, through their own languages, is a challenge that requires years of patient study. These fellowships will help to meet that challenge by providing postdoctoral scholars in the humanities and social sciences with support for four to nine months of residence in Washington to use the foreign language collections of the Library of Congress.
Fellows will occupy research space in the Library's new John W. Kluge Center, and will be part of the Center's regular programming.
Funding Type(s): Research
Eligibility: Individual (Postdoctoral)