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Dissertation Fellowships from the Philadelphia Area Center for the History of Science October 4, 2011

Posted by museumatt in Uncategorized.

The Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science (PACHS) offers one- or two- month Dissertation Research Fellowships and nine-monthDissertation Writing Fellowships for students in the history of science, technology and medicine. Fellows will use offices in the PACHS facility in Center City Philadelphia and will have ready access to events and activities at PACHS member institutions and throughout Philadelphia’s vibrant academic and cultural communities.  PACHS will facilitate fellows’ access to libraries and archives in the Philadelphia area.  Applicants are strongly encouraged to determine relevance of collections to their projects by searching online catalogs and making inquiries directly to PACHS member institutions before applying.  Candidates must list in their applications the specific collections they wish to use.

The Deadline is 9 January  2012.

For more information go to their website at http://www.pachs.net/fellowships


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