Linda Hall Library – FellowshipsLocation: Location: United States of America | Workplace: On site

The Linda Hall Library invites researchers to apply for its 2023-24 fellowships in the history of science and related humanities fields. These fellowships provide scholars of exceptional promise with financial support to explore the Library’s collections and join a dynamic intellectual community of in-house experts, fellows, and scholars from other Kansas City cultural and educational institutions.

The Linda Hall Library offers both general research fellowships as well as specialized research fellowships. General fellowships are aimed to support doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, and independent researchers whose projects examine the relationship between science, technology, and society. The general fellowships are also offered to applicants, who are unable to travel to the United States of America. Virtual fellows receive personalized research assistance from reference staff and may request complimentary scans of Library resources in accordance with the in-house digitization policies.

In addition to the general research fellowships listed above, the Linda Hall Library is offering several fellowships aimed at specific groups of researchers. Please refer to the website for information on the types of fellowships, duration of support and eligibility requirements. For additional information about the Library’s fellowships and the application process, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions page.