Crest Residential Fellowship 2011-2012, USA
Crest Residential Fellowship
Study Subject : Arts
Employer : The College of Saint Rose
Level : Researcher
Applications should be written for an audience that is generally unfamiliar with an applicant’s scholarly work. A multidisciplinary committee of CREST members will review Residential Fellowship applications.
The CREST Residential Fellowship may support applicants in various stages of their research plan, but it will especially favor projects in which researchers already have made significant intellectual investments and on which substantial scholarship already has been produced.
The research plan should be clear, detailed, and feasible. It should identify the project’s objectives and the Fellowship’s specific role in achieving them; it should clearly explain how the project will address issues of diversity central to CREST’s scholarly agenda : race, racial identity, race relations, ethnicity, gender, colonialism, state formation, Diaspora societies, borderlands, and citizenship in regional, national, trans-national, littoral, or comparative contexts.
It should identify the project’s proposed time frame and indicate the specific publishers, scholarly journals, conferences, and exhibition venues where the completed project will be presented to scholarly or artistic communities.
Fellowship Application Deadline for Crest Residential Fellowship : Tuesday, November 23, 2010.