The National Archives is accepting proposals from PhD candidates for a research fellowship beginning in July 2011. Research proposals will be considered on any topic that uses the historical records of Congress housed in the National Archives’ Center for Legislative Archives (for example: immigration policy, committee histories, environmental policy, and Congressional investigations). The total stipend for the fellowship is $10,000 and the minimum tenure in residency at the National Archives is one month. Submit applications by the midnight EDT May 31, 2011 deadline. For more information and instructions on how to apply, see the fellowship announcement (PDF).