Winterthur Research Fellowships in American Art, History, and Culture

WINTERTHUR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN AMERICAN ART, HISTORY, AND CULTURE: Winterthur is a public museum and garden that supports approximately twenty-five visiting scholars each year in several programs: NEH fellowships for senior scholars (up to $40,000 for 4–12 months), dissertation fellowships ($7,000 per semester), short-term (1–3 month) fellowships ($1,500 per month). Winterthur’s collections include primarily American material, with supporting material in British and Continental art and culture. The library holds half a million imprints, manuscripts, visual sources, and printed ephemera for research from the seventeenth through the early twentieth century. The museum includes 86,000 domestic artifacts and works of art made or used in America to 1860. The collections support research in such subjects as the history of manners, the body, travel and tourism, domestic life, women’s and men’s culture, and childhood and in art history, material culture, and decorative arts. For information and online library catalog, visit Application deadline is 15 January annually, for fellowships to be served during the following May–August period. Information and application forms are also available from Research Fellowship Program, Office of Academic Programs, Winterthur Museum and Country Estate, Winterthur, DE 19735 (