The John W. Kluge Center is open to qualified scholars to conduct research at the Kluge Center using the collections of Library of Congress and resources for a period of four to eleven months.
The Kluge fellowship is open to candidates of all nationalities.
Applicants who hold a degree in the humanities, social sciences or a professional field such as architecture or law for the past seven years are eligible to apply for Kluge Fellowships, Library Of Congress, 2017.
Applicants without continuous academic careers may be made as exceptions.
International applicants of Kluge Fellowships, Library Of Congress, 2017 will be assisted in securing the appropriate visa.
Candidates need to submit their completed applications in English.
A single paragraph abstract must be submitted.
A detailed copy of the candidate's CV must be submitted in two pages only.
Applicants must provide three references.
A statement of proposed research in maximum three pages must be submitted.
A bibliography of works the applicant has consulted must be submitted in three pages.
A statement of why the Library of Congress is the required venue for research in one paragraph must be submitted.
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