Fellowships in Cartography

Posted in fellowships, opportunities, resources by Editor on October 5, 2009

J.B. Harley Research Fellowships in the History of Cartography

Applications due by November 1

Funded by the J. B. Harley Research Trust, the Harley Fellowships provide support of up to four weeks (normally at GBP 400 per week) for those, from any discipline, doing the equivalent of post-graduate level work in the historical map collections of the United Kingdom.

Harley-Delmas Fellowships in the History of Cartography

Applications due by November 1

For the period 2007-2011, in addition to the normal J. B. Harley Fellowships, there are also Harley-Delmas Fellowships funded by the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. Successful applicants researching the history of cartography during the European Renaissance to the Enlightenment c.1400-c.1800 will be eligible for a Harley-Delmas Fellowship. All applicants, however, should apply for a J. B. Harley Fellowship. Eligibility for a Harley-Delmas award will be decided by the Selection Committee of the Trustees.

The Fellowship website includes an Application page that should provide all the necessary information as well as answering many frequently asked questions. It would be helpful if you could say where you saw this notice.

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