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Getty Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Arts Fellowships

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"Serguei Alex Oushakine" <[log in to unmask]>

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for more information see:
http://www.getty.edu/gri/scholars/fellowships.htm

APPLICATION GUIDELINES FOR PREDOCTORAL AND POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS  



Application Form  

Scholar Year Themes for Fellowship Period  

2000/2001 : Reproductions and Originals  

2001/2002 : Frames of Viewing: Perception, Experience, Judgment  

Purpose of the Fellowship  

Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships provide support for emerging 
scholars to complete their dissertation or expand it for publication. 
Recipients of these fellowships are in residence from September 2000 
to June 2002 at the Getty Research Institute. There they have an 
extraordinary opportunity to pursue their own projects, make use of 
Getty collections, join their colleagues in a weekly seminar devoted 
to the scholar year theme, and participate in the intellectual life 
of the Getty Center.  

Eligibility  

Applications are welcome from scholars of all nationalities who are 
working in the arts, humanities, or social sciences. Predoctoral 
fellowship applicants must have advanced to candidacy and expect to 
complete their dissertations during the fellowship period. 
Postdoctoral fellowship applicants must have received their degree no 
earlier than 1994.  

Terms  

Predoctoral fellows receive a total stipend of $36,000 for the twenty-
two-month residency. Postdoctoral fellows receive a total stipend of 
$44,000 for the twenty-two-month residency. Both fellowships also 
provide an office at the Research Institute, research assistance, 
travel funds, an apartment in the Getty scholar housing complex, and 
health benefits. Neither fellowship is renewable.  

Note: These fellowships are for those scholars who wish to be in 
residence for both scholar years. The Getty Grant Program offers 
separate nonresidential postdoctoral fellowships. Information is 
available online at http://www.getty.edu/grant/research2000 or from 
the Getty Grant Program, 1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 800, Los 
Angeles, CA, 90049-1685; 310.440.7320 (phone), 310.440.7703 (fax), 
[log in to unmask] (email). Also, Library Research Grants 
provide short-term support for scholars interested in using 
collections at the Research Institute; information is available 
online at http://www.getty.edu/grant/research2000 or from the Getty 
Research Institute, 1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100, Los Angeles, 
CA 90049-1688; 310.440.7392; 310.440.7782 (fax); 
[log in to unmask] (email).  

Application Deadline  

All application materials must be received at the Getty Research 
Institute by November 1, 1999. Materials faxed or sent electronically 
will not be accepted. Materials will not be returned.  

Notification  

Applicants will be notified of the Research Institute's decision by 
Spring 2000.  

Review Process  

Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships are awarded on a competitive 
basis. Applications will be evaluated by the Research Institute on 
the basis of (1) how the proposed dissertation or book bears upon the 
2000-2001 Scholar Year theme Reproductions and Originals and also the 
2001-2002 theme entitled Frames of Viewing: Perception, Experience, 
Judgment ; (2) the applicant's past achievements; and (3) how the 
project would benefit from the resources of the Getty, including its 
library and collections.  

Application Instructions  

All application materials listed below must be received at the Getty 
Research Institute by November 1, 1999.  

1. Application Form– The application form must be completed and 
signed.  

2. Dissertation Abstract– Each application must include an abstract 
of the applicant’s doctoral dissertation.  

3. Curriculum Vitae– Each application must be accompanied by a full 
curriculum vitae. This should include education, honors, grants and 
awards, languages, professional experience and activities, and 
publications or other relevant accomplishments.  

4. Project Proposal– Each application must also include a description 
(approximately three pages) of the applicant's proposed research. The 
proposal should include (1) a description of how the project bears 
upon the 2000-2001 Scholar Year theme Reproductions and Originals and 
also the 2001-2002 theme Frames of Viewing: Perception, Experience, 
Judgment ; and (2) an assessment of how the project would be advanced 
by the resources at the Getty, including its library and collections. 
 

5. Writing Sample– Each applicant must submit a writing sample no 
longer than thirty pages. This may be a sample of the dissertation 
and should best represent the applicant's methodological concerns.  

6. Letters of Recommendation– Applicants must arrange for the 
submission of three confidential letters of recommendation by 
scholars who are able to comment on the applicant's suitability for 
this fellowship and the project's potential. Letters must arrive 
directly from the recommenders by November 1.  

7. Confirmation Letter– Predoctoral applicants must submit a letter 
from their academic institution confirming that they have passed 
their qualifying exams and have been advanced to candidacy. 
Postdoctoral applicants must submit confirmation from their academic 
institution that the doctorate has been awarded.  

Send application materials to:  

2000-2002 Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships The Scholars and 
Seminars Program The Getty Research Institute for the History of Art 
and the Humanities 1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100 Los Angeles, 
CA 90049-1688 U.S.A.  




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