Patrick Henry Writing Fellowship
The C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience invites applications for its full-time residential writing fellowship, which supports outstanding writing on American history and culture by both scholars and nonacademic authors. The deadline for applications for the 2016-2017 Patrick Henry Writing Fellowship is November 1, 2015.
The Center’s Patrick Henry Writing Fellowship includes a $45,000 stipend, health benefits, faculty privileges, a book allowance, and a nine-month residency (during the academic year 2015-16) in historic Chestertown, Md.
Applicants should have a significant book-length project currently in progress. The project should address the history and/or legacy – broadly defined – of the American Revolution and the nation’s founding ideas. It might focus on the founding era itself, or on the myriad ways the questions that preoccupied the nation’s founders have shaped America’s later history. Work that contributes to ongoing national conversations about America’s past and present, with the potential to reach a wide public, is particularly sought. We encourage a broad reading of such terms as “founders” and “founding ideas.”
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Applications from published writers and established scholars are welcome.
Questions may be directed to Jean Wortman, Assistant Director at email@example.com
Deadline for the 2016-2017 fellowship is November 1, 2015.
Applications may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
C.V. Starr Center Fellowships
The Custom House
101 South Water Street
Chestertown, MD 21620
All email correspondence must include applicant’s full name in the subject line.
Support for the C.V. Starr Center Fellowships at Washington College comes from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Starr Foundation, the Hodson Trust, the Barksdale-Dabney-Patrick Henry Family Foundation, and other donors and friends. The Patrick Henry Fellowship is cosponsored by the Rose O’Neill Literary House.