|Samuel H. Kress Mid-Career Research and Publication Fellowships in Art History|
Samuel H. Kress Foundation Fellowships are intended especially to support the costs of publication in the history of art, but in some cases may be awarded for research travel costs for art history projects. If you are applying for a Kress fellowship to support the publication of a book or article in art history, your book/article must be accepted for publication; please indicate the journal or press where it will be published and the timeline for publication. The Kress Foundation and the RSA expect the support of the fellowship to be acknowledged in the completed publication.
Maximum Award: $3,000. If the fellowship is awarded for research-related travel the maximum award would be $3,000 for research travel within the same continent or $4,000 for a project requiring travel to another continent.
Discipline: Art history.
Career Level: Open to scholars with the PhD (Junior Scholar and Senior Scholar career levels). Read more about RSA’s career level definitions.
Please note that all applicants must be members of the Renaissance Society of America at the time of application and during the award year.
2/24/2017 » 4/9/2017
The Global City. Lisbon in the Renaissance
3/22/2017 » 3/25/2017
Reception, Reputation and Circulation in the Early Modern World, 1500–1800