Grant of the Week: John Nolen Research Fund, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University

Every week, AHA Today showcases a new grant, fellowship, or scholarship of interest to historians which has been posted to our free Calendar. We look for grants of potential interest to a wide range of scholars, but we also seek out grants for more specific fields. This week, we are featuring an opportunity for historians studying city of regional planning.

The John Nolen Research Fund, established through the generosity of the Nolen family, provides assistance to scholars to conduct research in the John Nolen Papers and allied collections in the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections of the Cornell University Library. Any qualified researcher interested in the history of city and regional planning before 1950 with a project that can be augmented by using the Nolen Papers is eligible to apply.

Awards: One or more awards may be made annually. The amount of the award varies according to the needs of the projects and the number of projects supported. Awards are intended to provide only partial support for any project. Applications are reviewed and awards made by the Nolen Research Fund Committee.

Requirements: No Cornell affiliation is necessary, and the award carries no formal Cornell affiliation. Researchers may apply more than once. At the conclusion of the year’s support, each scholar is expected to submit a report of accomplishments during the period. A copy of publications acknowledging support from the Fund must also be provided.

Deadlines: Applications are due by April 30, 2015; awards will be made by May 31 for support to begin on July 1, 2015. Research must be completed within one year.

Fellowship information & application requirements: Please visit: http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/collections/john_nolen_research_fund.html


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