We invite applications from students in any area of medieval and early modern studies who are doctoral candidates writing their dissertations, or who will be candidates ready to embark on dissertation-related research by the summer.
Tenure-track, nontenure-track, or emeritus faculty, clinical faculty, research scientists, and librarians are eligible to submit applications.
Post-doctoral fellowships, paleography and archival training.
The Mellon Fellowships are intended for young medievalists of exceptional promise who have completed their doctoral work, including those who are starting on their professional academic careers.
One fellowship will be awarded to the successful candidate at the doctoral or post-doctoral level to promote research based upon the Ricci Institute's archival collections.
Dumbarton Oaks offers residential fellowships in its three areas of study: Byzantine Studies, Pre-Columbian Studies, and Studies in Landscape Architecture.
This is a twice-a-year awarded scholarship for near-graduates or post-docs.