This fellowship offers support for PhD candidates or postdoctoral scholars; qualified applicants must be working on a European art history project covering the period prior to 1830.
The Newberry houses a variety of European art and the history of art and architecture within its collection. Most of these works relate to subject areas for which the library’s holdings are particularly strong. Particular collection strengths include medieval manuscripts; post-1500 European manuscripts; book illustrations; printing and book arts; calligraphy; maps, views, and topographical prints; caricatures and cartoons; and printed books and serials relating to the field of art history.
The total stipend for this fellowship is $2,500 for one month in residence.
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