The deadline for the Carl J. Ekberg grant has been extended!
The Center for French Colonial Studies was founded in 1983 in response to the renewed interest in the history of the upper Mississippi Valley during the period of French predominance from 1673 to the early part of the 19th century. CFCS awards one $2,000 grant annually to further French-language research related to the French presence in the upper Mississippi Valley (Illinois Country). Proposals may request support for any stage of a research project, from initial field work to the write-up of results. The grant may be combined with other awards.
FIELD OF STUDY: All academic disciplines are eligible.
ELIGIBILITY: The award is open to graduate students and junior scholars (Ph.D. awarded after Jan. 31, 2009) of any nationality; priority will be given to doctoral students whose dissertation proposal has already been approved. Applicants should have the necessary language proficiency to conduct the project.
DEADLINE: March 1st extended to March 15
APPLICATIONS: A completed application (in English or French) consists of the following:
From the applicant: a letter of application specifying the research topic and the purpose and preferred time period of the award; a completed application form (available from at https://uofi.box.com/s/n0l0ab2am56vujjkfks3); and curriculum vitae.
From the applicant’s project/dissertation advisor: a letter evaluating the applicant’s proposal and promise. (Probably sent separately.)
Electronic submissions only and correspondence to Benn E. Williams, CFCS Ekberg Grant Chair at email@example.com
Applications are reviewed by an interdisciplinary committee. Awards are announced in April. For more information, please contact Mr. Williams.
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