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Joint Professorships and Collaborative Fellowships

 

The Huntington is delighted to offer:

  • Two joint professorships: one with Caltech; and one with Occidental College;
  • Two year-long post-doctoral fellowships in the Caltech-Huntington Program in Materialities, Texts and Images;
  • Several year-long fellowships in conjunction with the American Council of Learned Societies
  • Collaborative Fellowships with the Jack Miller Center for Teaching American Founding Principles and History; with the North American Conference on British Studies; with the Renaissance Society of America; with the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association; with the Western History Association; and with the University of Southern California.

 

The Eleanor Searle Visiting Professorship in the History of Science and Technology at Caltech and the Huntington is offered every year to a distinguished historian who wishes to conduct research in the Huntington’s collections and to undertake a moderate teaching commitment in the Humanities and Social Science Division at Caltech. Apply to Caltech

 

The Ray Allen Billington Chair in American History at Occidental College and the Huntington is offered every other year to a distinguished historian of the Americas who wishes to conduct research in the Huntington’s collections and to undertake a moderate teaching commitment in the History Department at Occidental College. For further details, contact Ms Patricia Micciche, Search Co-ordinator, at micciche@oxy.edu

 

The Caltech Huntington Program in Materialities, Texts and Images (MTI)

Two year-long post-doctoral fellowships, each with a stipend of $50,000 will be awarded to non-tenured faculty working on themes cognate with the program's prospectus. Each fellow will divide their time between Caltech and The Huntington, and will be required to plan, convene and host a workshop on a theme related to their own research project. Apply to Caltech

 

American Council of Learned Societies Burkhardt Fellowships Tenable at the Huntington

The Huntington joins the American Council of Learned Societies in support of year-long Burkhardt Fellowships for recently-tenured faculty in the humanities, each of which carries a stipend of $75,000. Apply to the ACLS

 

The Jack Miller Center for Teaching American Founding Principles and History/Huntington Library Fellowship

The Fellow will be awarded a three-month Fellowship to be held at the Huntington. The award carries a stipend of $9000. Holders of the Ph.D. (or equivalent) or doctoral students at the dissertation stage are eligible to apply. Apply directly to the JMC

 

The Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association/ Huntington Library Fellowship

The Fellow will be awarded a one-month Fellowship to be taken at the Huntington. The award carries a stipend of $3000. All members of the RMMLA, especially graduate students and junior faculty, are eligible and encouraged to apply. Apply directly to RMMLA

 

The North American Conference on British Studies/Huntington Library Fellowship

The Fellow will be awarded a one-month Fellowship to be taken at the Huntington. The award carries a stipend of $3000. Applicants must be an advanced graduate student at the time of application. Apply directly to the NACBS

 

The Renaissance Society of America/Huntington Library Fellowship

Two fellowships tenable at The Huntington will be awarded, one in the field of renaissance studies, and one in renaissance art history. Each award carries a stipend of $3000 (or $4000 for those traveling from outside North America). Holders of the Ph.D. (or equivalent) or doctoral students at the dissertation stage are eligible to apply. Apply for Renaissance Studies Fellowship or Renaissance Art History Fellowship

 

The Western History Association/Huntington Library Martin Ridge Fellowship

The Fellow will be awarded a one-month Fellowship to be taken at the Huntington. The award carries a stipend of $3000. Holders of the Ph.D. (or equivalent) or doctoral students at the dissertation stage are eligible to apply. Apply directly to the WHA.

 

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The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution established in 1919 by Henry E. and Arabella Huntington. Henry Huntington, a key figure in the...

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