Fellowships at the Newberry provide support for researchers who wish to use our collection. The Newberry administers annual competitions for both Short-Term Fellowships of one to two months and Long-Term Fellowships of four to twelve months. Most short-term fellowships are restricted to individuals who live outside the Chicago area and are primarily intended to assist researchers who need to examine specific items in the Newberry’s collection. Long-term fellowships are generally available without regard to an applicant’s place of residence and are intended to support significant works of scholarship that draw on the strengths of the Newberry’s collection.
The Newberry also offers many special awards and fellowships which carry specific requirements. To learn more, see Eligibility and Application Information and Apply for Fellowships. Applicants with individual questions regarding eligibility or other matters should read this information carefully before addressing questions to email@example.com or (312) 255-3666.
Funding for Newberry fellowships is provided by:
Frances C. Allen Fund
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
Associated Colleges of the Midwest / Great Lakes Colleges Association, Inc.
Lester J. Cappon Fund
Jack Conroy Memorial Fund
École Nationale des Chartes
Arthur and Janet Holzheimer
Institute for the International Education of Students
Samuel H. Kress Foundation
Lloyd Lewis Memorial Fund
Dr. Audrey Lumsden-Kouvel Fund
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Midwest Modern Language Association
Jack Miller Center
Monticello College Foundation
National Endowment for the Humanities
Newberry Library Trustees Fellowship Fund
Northeast Modern Language Association
Susan Kelly Power and Helen Hornbeck Tanner Fund
The Renaissance Society of America
Sixteenth Century Society and Conference
Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Illinois
John N. Stern Fund
Arthur and Lila Weinberg Fellowship Endowment Fund
Roger W. Weiss and Howard Mayer Brown Fund
Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.