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Cornell University Society for the Humanities Fellowships
Six to ten postdoctoral fellowships of $32,000 for scholars working on topics
related to the theme, Points of Contact. Application materials, including letters
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Visiting Fellowship, 1999-2000, Robert Penn Warren Center for the
Humanities Vanderbilt University
"Constructions, Destructions, and
Deconstructions of Nature"
The Warren Center invites applications from scholars interested in
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Completed applications must be postmarked by January 15, 1999
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS FROM PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Center for the Study of American Religion, Princeton University, announces the
availability of fellowships for pre-tenured scholars at work on post-dissertation
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Andrew Mellon Fellowships in the Humanities at Cornell
One-year postdoctoral teaching-research fellowships in
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Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowhip in Cultural Studies
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Term: 1999/2000. Themes: The Problem of Aesthetics (Fall) and Lives of the
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Exploring the Black Atlantic: April 8-10, 1999
Atlantic Project at Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis solicits papers from
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Submission Deadline: October 15, 1998
Send papers to: Deborah Gray White and Mia Bay, Project Directors Center for
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Application deadline: January 15, 1999
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