Marie Tremaine Fellowship at The Bibliographical Society of Canada 2019, Canada
The principal aims of The Bibliographical Society of Canada are to promote bibliographical publications; to encourage the preservation and to extend the knowledge of printed works and manuscripts, particularly those relating to Canada; to facilitate the exchange of information concerning rare Canadiana; to coordinate bibliographical activity, and to set standards. To that end the Society offers two fellowships.
Conditions of the fellowship
Both fellowships will be awarded only in support of specific research projects involving discrete areas of research. Projects that are part of some larger undertaking will not be considered unless they can be completed on their own, and can lead to findings that are reportable or publishable in themselves.
All scholars may apply, except the members of the Bibliographical Society of Canada Executive and Awards and Fellowships Committees.
The funds available are for out-of-pocket expenses such as travel fares and subsistence, and technical services or supplies, and may not be used for salaries or stipends.
The fellowships are awarded in the spring.
Marie Tremaine Fellowship
The Tremaine Fellowship is offered in memory and through the generosity of Marie Tremaine (1902-1984), the doyenne of Canadian bibliographers. The Fellowship was instituted in 1987 and is offered annually to support the work of a scholar engaged in some area of bibliographical research, including textual studies and publishing history and with a particular emphasis on Canada. The amount of the Fellowship is $2,000.00. The recipient of the Marie Tremaine Fellowship also receives a free one-year membership in the society.
The completed application should be sent to email@example.com no later than December 14, 2018. Electronic applications are preferred. If submitting electronically is not possible, a hard copy of the completed application may be sent to:
Présidente, Comité des bourses, Société bibliographique du Canada
Département des lettres et communications
Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines
Université de Sherbrooke
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