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Winterthur Research Fellowship Program

November 19, 2013


Winterthur welcomes researchers. Academic, independent, and museum scholars, as well as advanced graduate students are invited to apply for short and long-term residential research fellowships.


Fellowships Available

National Endowment for the Humanities
Winterthur participates in an NEH-funded program, Fellowships at Independent Research Institutions. NEH Research Fellows may receive four to nine month fellowships to pursue advanced research. This fellowship may not be used in the pursuit of a degree, although fellows with doctorate in hand may revise a dissertation for publication. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or residents for three years prior to application. Stipend: up to $37,800.

Dissertation Fellowships
Doctoral candidates conducting research or writing a dissertation receive four to nine month fellowships. Stipend: up to $7,000 per semester.

Winterthur Research Fellowships
Academic, museum, and independent scholars, including graduate students receive one to three month short term fellowships. Stipend: $1,750 per month. Applicants need not apply for a specific named fellowship, but we do designate certain awards as:

  • Faith Andrews Fellowships for the study of Shaker life and material culture
  • Robert Lee Gill Fellowships for research on American decorative arts, painting, architecture, or historic preservation
  • Neville McD. Thompson Fellowships for the study of domestic life, late 19th- and early 20th-century design and material culture


Application deadline January 15.



From → Grants, Residencies

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