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Carter G. Woodson Institute Pre-doctoral Fellowship

December 1

Carter G. Woodson Institute Pre-doctoral Fellowship

Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies
University of Virginia
108 Minor Hall
Charlottesville, VA 22904
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Level of Study -
Graduate Degree

Award Type -

To facilitate the writing of dissertations or manuscripts and provide successful applicants the opportunity to discuss and exchange works-in-progress both with each other and the larger intellectual community of the University.
Focus -
Humanities; Social sciences.
Qualifications -
Applicants must be qualified candidates without restriction as to citizenship or current residence whose work focused on Africa and/or African Diaspora.
Amount -
Award Duration -
Annual; up to 2 years.

Number of Recipients -
To Apply
Applicants must submit a Candidate Profile on-line through Jobs@UVA and must attach the following: a maximum of 250-word letter of application stating interest in the program; a curriculum vitae which must include the personal information, date(s) and location(s) of degree(s) earned, honors and awards, lectures and conference presentations, publications and the names of three referees; applicants must also submit the following: a project abstract, including title, not to exceed 50 words as well as a project description, including title, not to exceed seven double-spaced pages (1,750 words). It must indicate the nature of the research to be completed during the period of the fellowship award, as well as the significance of this work; the project description must include a detailed research plan giving concrete objectives to be achieved during the award period; project descriptions must be attached through Jobs@ under Writing Sample 1; a working bibliography not to exceed four double-spaced pages; the bibliography must list those scholarly works that the applicants considers most important to the intellectual development of the project; the working bibliography must be attached through Jobs@ under Writing Sample 2; an original, signed three confidential letters of reference sent directly to the Woodson Institute by persons qualified to evaluate the proposals for which support is being sought.
Deadline -
December 1.

Contact -
PO Box 400162 108 Minor Hall Charlottesville, VA 22904.
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