Newberry Library Early Career Fellowships

Center for Renaissance Studies, Newberry Library

Early Career Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2019-2020

Application Deadline: January 4, 2019

The Center for Renaissance Studies (CRS) at the Newberry Library is pleased to announce an Early Career Postdoctoral Fellowship for recent PhDs from one of our CRS consortium schools. Applicants must have the PhD in hand by June 2019 or have recently completed the PhD in 2018. Half of the fellow’s time will be devoted to research of her/his choosing and half time to working with the CRS on projects related to the activities of a lively Renaissance research center, including curatorial work, digital humanities initiatives, programming, paleography studies, and collection presentations of rare books and materials. Applicants are invited from all fields of the humanities whose work is particularly well connected to the Newberry’s medieval and early modern collections.

Due date: 11:59 PM CST on January 4th, 2019

Stipend amount: $4,200 a month plus health insurance

Eligibility: PhD from a CRS consortium university in 2018 or by June 2019

Requirements: letter of interest, project description, CV, 3 letters of recommendation (one from the PhD advisor)

Duration: 10 months starting September 3, 2019

Applications will be accepted online only. For a step-by-step guide for preparing to submit your application, visit http://www.newberry.org/how-apply

Please direct all inquiries regarding the fellowship to renaissance@newberry.org.

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