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GHI Fellowship Deadline Reminder

The German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C., offers a number of fellowships of direct interest to business historians.

Doctoral Fellowship in International Business History Preference for this 6- to 12-month fellowship in International Business History will be given to applicants whose projects fit into the GHI's research foci on transatlantic relations and the history of consumption. Comparative work is also strongly encouraged. The monthly stipend is €1,700 for doctoral students from European institutions; students based at North American institutions will receive a stipend of $1,900. In addition, fellowship recipients based in Europe will receive reimbursement for their round-trip airfare to the United States.

Fellowship in Economic and Social History  Preference for this fellowship is given to applicants on the postdoctoral level. Candidates doing original research for a second book project will be preferred. The monthly stipend is €3,000 for EU citizens and $3,200 for U.S. citizens. In addition, fellowship recipients based in Europe will receive reimbursement for their round-trip airfare to the United States.

Fellowship in the History of Consumption  This 6 to 12-month fellowship may be in the American or European History of Consumption.  Preference is given to applicants on the postdoctoral level. Candidates doing original research for a second book project will be preferred. The monthly stipend is €3,000 for EU citizens and $3,200 for U.S. citizens. In addition, fellowship recipients based in Europe will receive reimbursement for their round-trip airfare to the US.

To apply for any of these awards, please send an email with your application to Bryan Hart at fellowships@ghi-dc.org. The application deadline for all of the awards is December 1, 2014. Complete details and application directions can be found on the GHI website. Questions may be directed to
PD Dr. Uwe Spiekermann
German Historical Institute
1607 New Hampshire Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20009
spiekermann@ghi-dc.org

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