Fellowships

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS GEORGIAN PAPERS FELLOW ANNOUNCED

The Library of Congress has announced the appointment of its Georgian Papers Fellowship. It has been awarded to Dr Nicola Phillips of Royal Holloway, University of London, where she is Co- Director of the Bedford Centre for the History of Women and Gender and is the editor/creator of the Bedford Centre Blog  Following her first… Read More »

First King's College London Mount Vernon Fellow announced: Dr Jane Levi

    King’s College London and the Washington Library are pleased to announce the appointment of King’s’ first Mount Vernon Fellow, who will hold a fellowship established to reciprocate that established for the Georgian Papers Programme by the Mount Vernon Ladies Association. The fellowship is open to King’s’ staff and research students, and also to those… Read More »

New Georgian Papers Fellowship at Library of Congress: Apply Now!

The John W. Kluge Centre at the Library of Congress in Washington DC has announced a new fellowship in association with the Georgian Papers Programme. The fellowship is open to independent scholars and writers, doctoral students, and college and university faculty in all disciplines. Each Georgian Papers Fellow will receive $8,000 from the Kluge Center… Read More »

King’s College Mount Vernon Fellowship 2017-18

The Georgian Papers Programme at King’s College London invites applications for the 2017-18 Mount Vernon Fellowship. Apply by 31st August. The King’s College Mount Vernon Fellowship allows a scholar to pursue research and writing in the Washington Library at Mount Vernon for a period of one month, or in exceptional circumstances up to 2 months.… Read More »

PhD Scholarship 2017-2018: Health and Healing at the Hanoverian Court

The Professor Sir Richard Trainor PhD Scholarships 2017-18 Project Title: Beyond the Madness of King George: Health and Healing at the Hanoverian Court King’s College London is now inviting applications for one of the Professor Sir Richard Trainor PhD Scholarships in the Department of History at King’s College London in collaboration with the Royal Library… Read More »

Royal Archives Summer Fellowship 2017

King’s College London are supporting the award of a bursary to support original research on the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle for up to one month. These bursaries are open to all researchers. King’s College London is the lead academic partner for the Georgian Papers Programme, a collaboration with the Royal Archives and Royal Library… Read More »

Author Flora Fraser Named as Mount Vernon’s Georgian Papers Fellow

[Originally published on the Mount Vernon website, January 24th 2017] The Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington is thrilled to announce the selection of prize-winning author and historian Flora Fraser as its second Georgian Papers Fellow. The fellowship, funded by The Amanda and Greg Gregory Family Investment Fund, provides an… Read More »

Garter Day in the Archives

Today, Georgian Papers Programme fellow Rachel Banke writes about her experience while conducting research in the archives. Applications for the next round of GPP fellowships are due February 20, 2017. Scholars at all levels—graduate students, junior and senior faculty, and independent scholars of all ages—are eligible for the award. Apply here. by Rachel Banke Have… Read More »

Research in the Round Tower: Report from Rick Atkinson

by Rick Atkinson I’ve worked in some exotic locations—Mogadishu, Mali, Baghdad, Kazakhstan, Riyadh—but none more evocative than the top of the Round Tower in Windsor Castle, where I spent the month of April 2016, as a Georgian Papers fellow. The researcher’s path to this archive is steep: through the Henry VIII Gate and the Norman… Read More »