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The RSA–Kress Beinecke Library Fellowship

The RSA–Kress Beinecke Library Fellowship supports a one-month residence at Yale by a member of the RSA for the purposes of Art History research in the research in the collections of the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, with a stipend of $3,000 for winners traveling within North America and $4,000 for winners traveling from other continents.

Location: Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University, CT.

Length: 1 month.

Stipend: $3,000 (for a researcher traveling from within North America) or $4,000 (for a researcher traveling from outside of North America).

Discipline: Art history.

Career Level: Open to scholars at all career levels (Non-Doctoral, Junior Scholar, and Senior Scholar). Read more about RSA’s career level definitions.

Suggested links:

Beinecke Library homepage

Planning your research visit


Eligibility

  • Please note that all applicants must be members of the Renaissance Society of America at the time of application and during the award year. Please join RSA or renew your membership before applying for a fellowship.
  • Applicants should apply for one RSA residential fellowship per year, but may list an alternate location if desired. Indicate the residential fellowships for which you wish to apply, and explain in your application how the selected collections will facilitate your research. Full list of RSA fellowships.

Application components

  • Project description
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Relevance of collection(s) to project

General guidelines for residential fellowships

  1. The research proposal must be relevant to specific library collections and should indicate primary collection resources that are relevant to it.
  2. The fellowship must be used for full-time onsite research during the period of residency at the specific library, working on its collection.
  3. The residency must begin on or after 1 July of the year awarded and end on or before 30 June of the following year, and may not be subdivided into more than one continuous period of residency at the library.
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