Ellen Clarke Temple Research Fellowship in Texas Women’s History

2020 Ellen Clarke Temple Research Fellowship in Texas Women’s History

$1000

The Ellen Clarke Temple Research Fellowship in Texas Women’s History is given annually for the best proposal for research in the history of women in Texas.

The proposal must be no longer than two pages. It must specify the purpose of the research, the need for the money, and provide a description of the product that will result (article, book, exhibition, other).  The fellowship will be announced at the Association's Annual Meeting in March 2020. Judges may withhold the fellowship at their discretion.  Recipients are required to provide quarterly progress updates to the Ruthe Winegarten Foundation for Texas Women’s History during the research period.

Individuals should submit an entry form, four copies of vita, and four (4) copies of a proposal to the TSHA office by December 28, 2019.

Ellen C. Temple Research Fellowship Committee
Texas State Historical Association
3001 Lake Austin Blvd.
Suite 3.116
Austin, TX 78703

The Ellen C. Temple Research Fellowship in Texas Women’s History was established in 2016 by the Ruthe Winegarten Memorial Foundation for Texas Women’s History.  The fellowship is named to honor Ellen Clarke Temple for her essential role fostering research in and laying the foundation for the field of Texas women’s history.  It was made possible by a bequest from Frances Haskell Allmond to Nancy Baker Jones, her granddaughter.

Past Recipients

2019 Leah LaGrone Ochoa
2018 Tiffany Jasmin González
2017 Valerie A. Martinez
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