GHI Fellowships in Economic and Social History; History of Consumption; and International Business History

Call for Applications, deadline 15 February
FUNDS: GHI Fellowships in Economic and Social History; History of Consumption; and International Business History

The deadlines for the GHI's fellowships in Economic and Social History, Consumption History, and Business History are quickly approaching. I've included the text of the announcements below. Could you please circulate this announcement to inform your readers?

Thanks!
Bryan Hart

*Fellowship in Economic and Social History*

The German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, is now accepting applications for a 6 to 12-month fellowship in American or European Economic and Social History. The recipient should begin the term September 1, 2013.

Preference is given to applicants on the postdoctoral level. The Fellow is expected to be in residence at the GHI and participate in GHI activities and events, including planning an economic/social history workshop financed by the GHI. The Fellow will have the opportunity to make use of the resources in the Washington, DC area, including the Library of Congress and the National Archives, while pursuing his or her own research agenda.

The monthly stipend is Euro 3000 for EU citizens and $3200 for US citizens.
In addition, fellowship recipients based in Europe will receive reimbursement for their round-trip airfare to the US.

To apply please send a cover letter, a CV, the names and contact information of three references, a 5-page research project proposal, a one-page proposal for an economic/social history workshop, and two writing samples, such as an article or a book chapter, no later than February 15, 2013. Submission of documents by email is strongly preferred. Please send an email (fellowships [at] ghi-dc.org) with your application to Bryan Hart.

*Fellowship in the History of Consumption*

The German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, is now accepting applications for a 6 to 12-month fellowship in the American or European History of Consumption. The recipient should begin the term September 1, 2013.

Preference is given to applicants on the postdoctoral level. The fellow is expected to be in residence at the GHI and participate in GHI activities and events, including planning a workshop on the history of consumption. The fellow will have the opportunity to make use of the resources in the Washington, DC area, including the Library of Congress and the National Archives, while pursuing his or her own research agenda.

The monthly stipend is Euro 3000 for EU citizens and $3200 for US citizens.
In addition, fellowship recipients based in Europe will receive reimbursement for their round-trip airfare to the US.

The next deadline for applications is February 15, 2013. To apply please send a cover letter, a CV, a 5-page research project proposal, a one-page proposal for a workshop, and two writing samples, such as an article or a book chapter. While applicants may write in either English or German, we recommend that they use the language in which they are most proficient. Submission of documents by email is strongly preferred. Please send an email with your application to Bryan Hart (Fellowships [at] ghi-dc.org)

*Doctoral Fellowship in International Business History*

The German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, is now accepting applications for a 6 to 12-month fellowship in International Business History. The recipient should begin the term September 1, 2013.

Preference will be given to fellows whose projects fit into the GHI's research foci on transatlantic relations and the history of consumption.
Comparative work is also strongly encouraged.

The fellow will be expected to be in residence at the GHI and participate in GHI activities and events. The fellow will have the opportunity to make use of the resources in the Washington, DC, area, including the Library of Congress and the National Archives, while pursuing his or her own research agenda. Travel within the US to work in archives and libraries will also be possible.

The monthly stipend is Euro 1,700 for doctoral students from European institutions; students based at North American institutions will receive a stipend of $1,900. In addition, fellowship recipients based in Europe will receive reimbursement for their round-trip airfare to the US.

While applications may be written in either English or German, we recommend that applicants use the language in which they are most proficient. They will be notified approximately six weeks after the deadline.

To apply, please send a cover letter, CV, two letters of reference, and a 5-page research project proposal by February 15, 2013. Submission of documents by email is strongly preferred. Please send an email with your application to Bryan Hart (fellowships [at] ghi-dc.org).

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Bryan Hart
Research Associate
German Historical Institute
1607 New Hampshire Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20009
T +1 202 552 8922
www.ghi-dc.org

[Cross-posted, with thanks, from EH-Net]