Graduate Dissertation Fellowships
Students with approved topics and making progress towards completion are eligible for Dissertation Fellowships. Students at early stages of dissertation development are not eligible for fellowship support. Funds awarded during this application cycle are intended to provide support during the 2017-18 academic year. Applicants must be members of the Association, and dissertation fellowships are not renewable.
You file one application to be eligible to receive one of three types of dissertation fellowships. There are multiple award names that reflect the source of the funding for the fellowships, and an applicant can receive at most one fellowship. The three types of awards are the:
EHA Graduate Fellowships ($10,000)
Cambridge University Press Dissertation Fellowship ($10,000) This award is made possible through an endowment created through a partnership between Cambridge University Press and the Economic History association signaling a commitment to the development of the future leaders of the field, whose research will direct the study of economic history throughout the world.
Sokoloff Fellowship ($15,000) Thanks to a generous gift from Ken Sokoloff’s estate and other individual contributions, this fellowship honors the major contributions of Kenneth Sokoloff to economic history, and in particular his care and concern for the many students he introduced to economic history.
Please direct any questions about these fellowships to Professor Dan Fetter, chair, Committee on Research in Economic History, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants are asked to submit a CV, a project description and two letters of reference (one of which should be from the dissertation committee chair). Please note that where the application asks for a 5 page project description (including references cited), this is to be double spaced with at least one inch margins on all sides and font size no less than 11 point.
|Deadline(s):||January 15, 2017|
Funding Type(s): Research
Eligibility: Individual (Predoctoral)
Keyword(s): Economic history