Fellowships at Yale’s Beinecke Library

Beinecke Library offers fellowships to support research in a wide range of fields, from literary and cultural studies to the history of science, music, theater, and art; the history of the book, of photography, graphic design, and architecture; as well as social, intellectual, and political history. The collections are particularly strong in Medieval, Renaissance, and eighteenth-century Europe; American literature; Western Americana; nineteenth-century imperialism; African American culture; British literature; gay, lesbian, and transgender studies; transatlantic Modernism; postwar counterculture; contemporary American poetry.”

The archives are open for scholars who have made strong contributions to their fields and are invited to explore their vast collection of manuscripts and rare books.

A variety of fellowships are available. Please follow this link for more information.

If you would like a personal account of the fellowship, or if you would have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Dr. Kathleen Lubey at lubeysju@gmail.com.

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I teach Shakespeare and the blue humanities at St. John's in New York City.

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