Short-Term Fellowships for the Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery
Several of the general short-term fellowships are reserved for archaeologists whose work focuses on issues of slavery in the greater Chesapeake region and whose work would benefit from the use of the Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery.
Applicants should submit one copy of a succinct description of the research project, including how archive data will be used (500 words), a one paragraph summary of the project, and a résumé. In addition, please arrange for two references to be sent directly to the Center at the address below.
Deadlines for Applications: 1 November
Address all materials to:
Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies
Post Office Box 316
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
Attention: Jillian Galle
Application questions should be addressed to Jillian Galle, Project Manager, The Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery, 434-984-9873.
Short-term fellowships and travel grants are underwritten by endowments established for this purpose by the Batten Foundation and Wachovia Corporation (formerly First Union National Bank of Virginia), and by a grant from The Coca-Cola Company.
For more information please click "Further Official Information" below.