[URBANTH-L]FUNDING: Research Fellowships for the Study of the Global South

Angela Jancius jancius at ohio.edu
Fri Mar 16 20:09:57 EDT 2007

2007 Research Fellowships for the Study of the Global South
Deadline: March 31, 2007

The Collaborative Research Group for the Study of the Global South at Tulane 
University invites proposals from scholars in the arts, humanities, and 
social sciences for research projects focusing on the Gulf South states of 
Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. We especially encourage 
proposals that examine the Gulf South region in a global perspective and 
promote the understanding of the impact of the Gulf South on the world and 
of the world on the Gulf South. Fellowships are $3,000 each and may be used 
for any expenses related to the project. Preference may be given to projects 
that require research to be conducted in the Gulf South region (e.g., for 
archival research or fieldwork). Contingent upon the availability of travel 
funding, fellowship recipients must be willing to present their research at 
Tulane University. Graduate students as well as those who already hold the 
PhD or its equivalent are eligible to apply. Applicants need not be based in 
the United States. Applications should be submitted electronically to 
Professor Tom Klingler at klingler at tulane.edu and should include (1) a 
400-word project summary, (2) a project narrative of no more than five 
double-spaced pages, (3) a proposed budget, (4) a curriculum vitae of no 
more than two pages, and (5) 2 letters of recommendation from scholars able 
to assess the quality of the proposed project (these should be submitted 
electronically by the recommenders to Tom Klingler at the above address). 
All application materials must be received no later March 31, 2007 to be 

Tom Klingler
Associate Professor of French and Linguistics
Department of French and Italian
Newcomb Hall 311L
Tulane University
New Orleans, LA 70118
klingler at tulane.edu

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