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Fellowships at Winterthur Museum

From: Gretchen Buggeln <gbuggeln>
Date: Tuesday, October 19, 1999
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library invites applications for its
2000-2001 residential research fellowship program.

NEH fellowships: Available to scholars pursuing advanced research,
4-12 months, $2500 per month

McNeil Dissertation Fellowships: Available to Ph.D. candidates, 1-2
semesters, $6500 per semester

Robert Lee Gill and Winterthur Research Fellowships: Available to
academic and independent scholars and museum and public history
professionals, 1-3 months, $1500 per month

Winterthur's library collections include half a million imprints,
manuscripts, visual materials and printed ephemera that support
research in the seventeenth through the early twentieth centuries.
Winterthur's museum collection includes 89,000 domestic artifacts
and works of art made or used in America to 1860.  Winterthur's
resources will support a wide variety of research topics including:
history of American fine and decorative art ; history of craft and
craftsmanship; history of the family, domestic life, and childhood;
refinement and consumerism; travel and tourism; historic
preservation and popular memory; history of advertising,  and many
other topics in American art history, social and cultural history,
and material culture.

Application deadline for the 2000-01 academic year is Jan. 15, 2000.

For more information and an application, visit
<URL:> or write to:

    Gretchen Buggeln
    Director, Research Fellowship Program
    Office of Advanced Studies
    Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
    Winterthur, DE  19735
    pelliott [at] winterthur__org

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