GUIDELINES FOR APPLICATION
Subjects of investigation might come from any period, from prehistory to the present, and from anywhere in the world. Projects can be focused on works in any medium and can employ any methodological approach. Attention, however, will be given to proposals that promise to deepen, transform, or challenge those methods currently practiced within art history or that have the prospect of enhancing an understanding of the role of images in other disciplines in the humanities.
TERMS OF APPOINTMENT
SPECIAL CLARK FELLOWSHIPS
CLARK FELLOWSHIP IN DIGITAL ART HISTORY (NEW)
This fellowship supports a Clark residency of one semester for a scholar at any stage of their career involved in a project that is either born-digital or has a substantial component that exists outside the publishing model of the monographic book. The project should contain not only a digital component but also a critical awareness of the methodological possibilities, problems, and questions in applying digital methods to art history today. This fellowship is particularly aimed at scholars working on material that is pre-1900.
BEINECKE FELLOWSHIPThe Beinecke Fellowship, endowed by the former chair of the Research and Academic Program Trustee Committee, Frederick W. Beinecke, is awarded to a noted senior scholar for one semester.
CENTER FOR SPAIN IN AMERICA FELLOWSHIP
Sponsored by the Center for Spain in America, this one-semester fellowship is intended to support the study of all aspects of Spanish art from the early medieval period to the beginning of the twentieth century, as well as the worldwide impact of Spanish art and artists. In addition to research for a publication and/or exhibition on specific artists or periods, we welcome projects examining collecting and connoisseurship of Spanish art—particularly in the Americas—and the influence and importance of Spanish art and its reception throughout the world.
CLARK / OAKLEY HUMANITIES FELLOWSHIP
CLARK SUMMER FELLOWSHIPThis six-week fellowship provides an office, housing, and access to the library. The fellow is not expected to give a public lecture. (No stipend).
FLORENCE GOULD FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIPEndowed by the Florence Gould Foundation, dedicated to French-American cultural exchange, the one semester Gould Foundation Fellowship is awarded annually to a senior scholar or curator, with priority given to an applicant from a French museum or institution of higher education or to an individual pursuing a project in the field of French art and visual studies.
MICHAEL ANN HOLLY FELLOWSHIP
Named to recognize and honor the Starr Director Emerita of the Research and Academic Program, the Holly Fellowship is awarded for not less than one semester, with priority given to a project that engages a senior humanities scholar in an exploration of the visual from a critical or historiographic perspective.
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