Fulbright US Scholar Award: Mary Ball Washington Award in American History
Commencing September 2017 and based at University College Dublin School of History (Ireland), the successful candidate will conduct a combination of teaching and research, with the teaching component of the grant to be agreed upon with the Head of School. The Scholar will have the opportunity to conduct and present his/her own research, and will be expected to mentor graduate students and contribute to the school's Distinguished Lecture Series.
The OAH Blog is featuring Frank Costigliola's March 2016 Journal of American History article on George Kennan with a four-part roundtable! And the article, “I React Intensely to Everything”: Russia and the Frustrated Emotions of George F. Kennan, 1933–1958, is openly available, too, without a paywall. (Costigliola is editor of The Kennan Diaries (W.W.
The Fulbright Scholar Program offers teaching, research or combination teaching and research awards in over 125 countries for the 2017-2018 academic year. Opportunities are available for college and university faculty and administrators as well as for professionals, journalists, independent scholars and many others.
The Dirksen Congressional Center announces a new round of competition for Congressional Research Grants. The application due date for the annual grants program will move from April 1 to November 1. Accordingly, The Center will sponsor a second round of grants in 2018 with a November 1 deadline. Grant decisions will be announced in January 2019. The Center expects to award $50,000 in this round.