November 09, 2007
The White House Historical Association and the Organization of American Historians seek proposals for research projects focusing on the roles of the White House as home, workplace, museum, structure, and symbol. Three fellowships are available in the areas of K-12 education; graduate, post-doctoral, and advanced work; and public history. They include:
- The White House History Fellowship in Precollegiate Education for initiatives that reach the K-12 classroom.
- The White House History Research Fellowship for forwarding or completing dissertation, postdoctoral, or advanced academic work.
- The White House History Fellowship in Public History for public presentation in the form of exhibits, multimedia projects, films, etc., or for other projects that make historical collections available to broad audiences.
Fellowships last one to six months, and are accompanied by an award of $2,000 per month. See the web site for information on how to apply. Applications are due by December 1, 2007.