The Gilder Lehrman Institute offers annual short-term research fellowships of $3000 each to doctoral candidates, college and university faculty at every rank, and independent scholarsworking in the field of American history.
Gilder Lehrman Scholarly Fellowships support research at archives in New York City. Learn more and apply here.
“The Gilder Lehrman Fellowship was incredibly helpful to me as I researched Slavery’s Metropolis. First, it gave me access to unparalleled archival collections at Gilder Lehrman as well as archives across New York City. I reviewed hundreds, if not thousands, of documents during my semester-long residency. Second, the fellowship gave me access to a stimulating intellectual environment that continues to inspire me.”
–Rashauna Johnson, 2014 Fellow and Professor of History at Dartmouth College
To apply for a Scholarly Fellowship, candidates must submit:
A 2-5 page project proposal including contact information, a list of primary sources to be consulted, and an anticipated budget
A curriculum vitae (of any length)
Two letters of recommendation from established scholars