John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and Museum
Kennedy Research GrantsDEADLINE: March 15, 2010ELIGIBILITY: Preference is given to dissertation research by Ph.D. candidates working in newly opened or relatively unused collections, and to the work of recent Ph.D. recipients who are expanding or revising their dissertations for publication.ABSTRACT: The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation provides funds to award a number of research grants. The purpose of these grants is to help defray living, travel, and related costs incurred while doing research in the textual and nontextual holdings of the library in Boston, Massachusetts. Grant applications are evaluated on the basis of expected utilization of available holdings of the Library, the degree to which they address research needs in Kennedy period studies, and the qualifications of applicants. Preference will be given to projects not supported by large grants from other institutions.
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