Due Date: December 6, 2019
Applications for the Kluge Fellowships in Digital Research Studies 2020 are now open. The Fellowship offers a chance for scholars to use digital approaches, the Library of Congress’s big and differed digital collections and resources, curatorial competence, and an emerging neighborhood of digital scholarship specialists. Interdisciplinary and cross-cultural research study is especially welcome in the Kluge Digital Researches program.
The fellowship is open to scholars from all disciplines with unique factor to consider provided to those whose jobs show importance to the obstacles dealing with democracies in the 21 st century. The Digital Researches Fellowship supports a broad range of scholastic work that includes digital scholarship, digital liberal arts, information science, information analysis, information visualization, and digital publishing that use digital collections, tools, and approaches. Fellows will have the chance to engage with numerous digital departments in the Library of Congress while pursing and sharing their research study.
- A stipend of $5,000 each month, paid monthly by the Library of Congress, by ways of electronic transfer to a U.S. checking account.
- Open to scholars and specialists worldwide and from all disciplines
- Applicants can be U.S. people or foreign nationals
- Candidates with Ph.D. or other sophisticated terminal degree are highly chosen
A panel of scholars will evaluate your application products. The panel will consider your application in relation to various other propositions. Assessment requirements will consist of:
- The significance of the job’s contribution to understanding in the field
- The quality of the conception, meaning, company, and description of the job
- The possibility that the candidate will finish the job in the proposed timeline
- The suitability of the research study for the Library of Congress
Candidates should send:
- A finished application, in English
- A curriculum vitae (optimum 2 pages; extra pages will be disposed of)
- A total job proposition, consisting of:.
- A single-paragraph abstract
- A declaration of proposed research study (optimum 3 pages)
- A description of why the Library of Congress is the suitable place for your research study and what collections you will use, if any (optimum 1 paragraph)
- Description of your technical method and/or method (optimum 2 paragraphs)
- A bibliography of works you have actually sought advice from for your proposition
- 3 referrals with finished recommendation types from individuals who have actually checked out the research study proposition
Candidates ought to show the collections of the Library of Congress that will be utilized for research study.
For more details, see Kluge Fellowships