The Moakley Archive and Institute at Suffolk University in Boston, MA, provides annual research travel grants of up to $1500 to underwrite travel, lodging, copying and other research expenses for researchers wishing to use Suffolk University's archival collections. The Moakley Archive’s collections explore a variety of topics and time periods including: U.S. Congress; Eugene O’Neill; the history of radio; the history of Suffolk University; Massachusetts politics; school desegregation in Boston; U.S. foreign policy (El Salvador and Cuba); women in the French Resistance; and women’s history. Please visit our website to learn more about our archival holdings.
Proposals should be aimed at a discrete end product such as a book, dissertation, thesis, article, documentary, film, exhibit, website or social networking site. Budgets may be approved in whole or in part. Each award recipient is required to acknowledge the award in any resulting published work(s) and donate a copy of the work(s) to the Moakley Archive and Institute. The recipient may also be requested to submit a brief article summarizing their findings and research experience for publication by the Moakley Archive and Institute.
To apply, please email completed applications to Julia Howington, University Archivist/Moakley Institute Director, by March 3rd, 2014. Award notification will take place in April 2014.
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