Applicants must be nominated by the chair of a graduate department of art history or other appropriate department. Each department may support two candidates. Applicants should submit proposals, itineraries, a curriculum vitae, two letters of support from professors and an additional letter of nomination from the chair. The fellowship is for a period of six to eight weeks of continuous travel abroad in areas such as Africa, Asia, South America or Europe to sites of historical and cultural interest. The travel fellowship is intended to encourage art-historical experience beyond the applicant’s major field not for the advancement of a dissertation. Preference is given to those who have had little opportunity for professional travel abroad.
How to Apply
Application materials are described online.