The New-York Historical Society is now accepting applications for its fellowship program for the 2022–2023 academic year. Leveraging its rich collections, this unique program provides scholars with deep resources and an intellectual community to develop new research and publications.
Several long- and short-term fellowships are open to scholars at various times during their academic careers. Fellows are fully in residence and may not participate in external employment. Any queries regarding fellowships, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2022-23 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Predoctoral Awards in Women’s History
2022-23 Helen and Robert Appel Fellowship in History and Technology
2022-23 Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation / Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship
2022-23 Short Term Fellowships
Founded in 1804, the New-York Historical Society and the Patricia D. Klingenstein Library provide a rich environment for research and learning. Fellows are encouraged to explore the collections and to take advantage of the full scope of the Library and Museum’s resources and to share their research during their tenure through informal talks and blog posts. Educational outreach and public programs further support New-York Historical’s intellectual mission to explore the richly layered political, cultural, and social history of New York and the nation, as well as the making and the meaning of history.
Fellowships at the New-York Historical Society are made possible through the generous endowments of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation, and Helen and Robert Appel. Major support for fellowships is provided by Bernard L. Schwartz and the Lehrman Institute. All fellows receive research stipends while in residency.
Short term fellowships are made possible by support from the Society of Colonial Wars, Helen and Robert Appel, Sid Lapidus, Pam Schafler, Society of Daughters of Holland Dames, Richard Brown and Mary Jo Otsea, Patricia D. Klingenstein, Causeries du Lundi, the Peck Stacpoole Foundation, and the Pine Tree Foundation of New York.