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Study of the Book at the Bodleian Libraries Fellowships

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The University of Oxford’s Centre for the Study of the Book at the Bodleian Libraries is inviting applications for several fellowships:

Sassoon visiting fellowships

These support a short period of research in any topic, using the archive manuscript and rare books collections of the Bodleian Libraries.

The fellowship covers allowable expenses over one to two months.

David Walker memorial fellowships in early modern history

These support research in early modern history, using any of the manuscripts, maps, music and early modern printed materials in the Bodleian Libraries’ special collections.

Fellowships cover allowable expenses for one month.

Humfrey Wanley fellowships

These support a short period of research on any topic, using the archive manuscript and rare books collections of the Bodleian Libraries.

Fellowships provide allowable expenses over one to two months.

Byrne-Bussey Marconi fellowships

These support research into any aspect of the history of science and communication using the archive, manuscript and rare books collections of the Bodleian Libraries. Proposals in the history and science of wireless communication or the wireless industry are encouraged.

Fellowships provide allowable expenses over two to four months.

The deadline for all above applications is 14 December 2015.

For more information, please visit: http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/csb/fellowships#TERMS_FOR%20ALL%20FELLOWSHIPS

For advice on applying, please contact your relevant Research Development Manager.

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