Saturday, April 08, 2006

Aberbeen Fellowship


The Centre for Early Modern Studies, University of Aberdeen, has established an Honorary Fellowship, to enable researchers to visit Aberdeen and take advantage of the University's rare book and archival collections. The Fellowship is available to an established scholar working in any area of the humanities (broadly defined), though preference may be given to a scholar working on the Early Modern period.

The Fellowship would be tenable for up to two months during the period June to August 2006. Residential accommodation, access to computing facilities, and access to the University libraries and historic collections (including Special Libraries and Archives) would be provided. A small stipend would be provided, to cover travel and other out-of-pocket expenses.

Applications for the Fellowship should be sent to Professor Derek Hughes ( There is no application form for this appointment, but a research programme, curriculum vitae, and the contact details of two referees should be sent to Professor Hughes by 30th April, 2006. The research programme should outline the use to be made of the Special
Libraries and / or Archival collections, and the publications which will arise from the research. Informal enquiries about the Fellowship should also be addressed to Professor Hughes. The web pages of the Historic Collections are at


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