Texas State Library and Archives Commission Research Fellowship in Texas History

2020 Texas State Library and Archives Commission Research Fellowship in Texas History

$2,000

 
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission Research Fellowship in Texas History is awarded for the best research proposal utilizing collections of the State Archives in Austin.
 
The application, which should be no longer than two pages, must specify the purpose of the research, collections of interest, need for the money, and a description of the end product (article, book, or exhibition, etc.) that will result from the research. TSLAC may ask the Fellowship Awardee to make a presentation of the results of their research at a TSLAC event. Please include a complete vita with the application. The award will be announced at the Association's Annual Meeting in March 2020. Judges may withhold the award at their discretion. 
 
Individuals should submit an entry formfour (4) copies of a vita in addition to four (4) copies of the proposal to the TSHA Office by December 28, 2019.
 
 
Texas State Library and Archives Commission Research Fellowship in Texas History Committee
Texas State Historical Association
3001 Lake Austin Blvd., Ste. 3.116
Austin, TX  78703
 

Past Recipients

2019 Maggie Elmore and Deborah Liles
2018 Edward Valentin Jr. (Partial Award)
2018 William S. Bush (Full Award)
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