The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress is accepting applications for Kluge Fellowships that offer post-doctoral scholars an opportunity to conduct humanistic and social science research in the Library’s collections. The fellowships (up to $4,200/mo.) are awarded for periods of up to 12 months and are open to scholars worldwide with a PhD or other terminal advanced degree conferred within the past seven years. Interdisciplinary, cross-cultural and multilingual research are particularly welcome by the Center. Applications must be postmarked by July 15. For information on other fellowship programs through the Center, see their website.
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