[AIW] Scholars in Residence Program: Pennsylvania State Archives & Pennsylvania Historical Association, Harrisburg, PA/USA

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Scholars in Residence Program

Pennsylvania State Archives & Pennsylvania Historical Association,
Harrisburg, PA/USA



The Pennsylvania State Archives and the Pennsylvania Historical Association
invite applications for the 2020 Scholars in Residence Program. The Scholars
in Residence Program provides support for up to four weeks of full-time
research and study in manuscript and state record collections maintained by
the Pennsylvania State Archives.  


Residency programs are open to all who are conducting research on
Pennsylvania history, including academic scholars, public sector
professionals, independent scholars, graduate students, educators, writers,
filmmakers, and others.  Residencies may be scheduled for up to four weeks
at any time during the period June 15, 2020-August 15, 2020; stipends are
awarded at the rate of up to $800 per week.


Applicants are encouraged to conceive of research topics related to
Pennsylvania history. They are further encouraged to identify relevant
archival collections, assess their availability and accessibility, and
discuss their research agenda with appropriate staff prior to submitting a
proposal. Because the State Archives is interested in making history
meaningful and accessible to diverse audiences, research that is likely to
result in widespread dissemination through nonspecialized publications,
films, exhibitions, or other means is particularly welcome. Research topics
that may have an impact on public policy are also most welcomed. 


Applications will be evaluated by the following criteria: the significance
of the research proposed; the clarity of the proposal; the quality of the
work anticipated and the likelihood that the proposed project will be
successfully completed; the relevance of the research topic to State
Archives programs; the value of State Archives resources to the proposed
topic, including the imaginative use of nontraditional sources; and plans
for dissemination of the results of the research.


For a full description of the residency program and application materials,
as well as information about State Archives research collections, go to the
PHMC Web site:       



You may also email: RA-PHMCScholars at pa.gov <mailto:RA-PHMCScholars at pa.gov>
or call: (717) 705-5785 or write:  

Scholars in Residence Program

Pennsylvania State Archives

350 North Street.

Harrisburg, PA  17120-0090


Deadline for application is February 14, 2020.  Notification of awards will
be made in early April. Please post or pass on to a colleague.



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