The New England Chapter, Society of Architectural Historians invites applications for the following fellowships supported by the chapter’s John Coolidge Educational Fund and Robert Rettig Fund.
The John Coolidge Research Fellowship assists graduate students at a New England college or university working on topics in architectural history, the built environment, or a related field through an award of $500 to $1,000 to support their research. Applicants should submit a proposal (not to exceed three pages, typed and double-spaced) that explains the significance of their overall project, its current stage of development, plans for its completion, and a detailed plan of work that addresses how the funded research will fit into their larger project. Applicants should also submit a budget, a curriculum vitae, the source and amount of any other current or potential funding for the project, and one letter of reference (preferably from the student’s advisor). All files are to be submitted as one pdf document.
The Robert Rettig Student Annual Meeting Fellowship helps graduate students or emerging professionals attend the 73rd annual meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians in Seattle, Washington (April 29 – May 3, 2020). Eligibility is limited to graduate students in architectural history or a related field at a New England college or university, or recent graduates who are now living in New England. Applicants who are not currently enrolled students must have completed a relevant graduate degree within the last five years. The Rettig Fellowship includes support of $400, plus a registration fee waiver. Applicants should submit a statement (not to exceed two pages, typed and double-spaced) explaining how their studies or work will be enhanced by attendance at the upcoming SAH annual meeting and indicating the source and amount of any other funding the applicant may receive. Applicants should also include a curriculum vitae and the name and email address of their faculty advisor or current employer. All files are to be submitted as one pdf document.
All application material, including reference letter, must be received by:
December 20, 2019
Applications and reference letters should be emailed to:
Elizabeth Rochefort, Chapter President