Research & Fellowships
Using the Collections
- Library Collections: Researchers from over 30 countries visit the Library’s reading rooms annually to study rare collections, while thousands more make use of the Library’s virtual services and digital collections remotely. Get access >
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Introducing the 2023–24 Huntington Fellows
This year, The Huntington has awarded long-term research fellowships to 12 individuals who will be in residence for the full academic year and 126 short-term fellowships (for between one and five months), as well as six travel grants for study in the United Kingdom, Spain, and France. These fellowships were selected through a competitive, peer-review process that provides nearly $2 million in awards.
The Huntington Library awards over 150 research fellowships annually. Applicants for long-term (yearlong) fellowships must have completed all requirements for the Ph.D. at the time of application. Short-term fellowships (five months or less) and travel grants/exchange fellowships (for study abroad) are open to both doctoral candidates who have advanced to candidacy (ABD) at the time of the application deadline and to faculty members and other postdoctoral scholars.
The Huntington hosts academic conferences every year open to the public. Conference details are available approximately two months prior to the conference date on the calendar.
Meet the current long-term fellows and learn about their research projects at The Huntington.
154 Books Published by Fellows
Huntington fellowships support quality research that advances scholarship in the humanities and makes use of The Huntington’s extensive archival and rare book collections. Since 1995, there have been 154 books published by long-term fellows.