Shakespeare Association of America
 

Residential Fellowships

The SAA is pleased to acknowledge two fellowship partners: the Huntington Library and the Folger Shakespeare Library. Each welcomes an inaugural SAA fellow with a $3,000 award for a one-month residency between June 2018 and June 2019.

The Annual SAA/Huntington Fellowship

Applicants must be SAA members in good standing.

Each application is comprised of three parts:

  • A curriculum vitae of no more than three pages.
  • The names and contact information for two referees.
  • A project proposal not to exceed 1,500 words. The proposal should include, in approximately 1,000 words, a description of the project and its significance, as well as, in approximately 500 words, a description of the specific Huntington materials to be consulted and an outline of the plan of work for the fellowship period.

Application materials should be submitted to the SAA directly.

The Huntington Library offers short-term fellowships for residencies of one, two, and three months. Applicants for the SAA one-month fellowship are not prohibited from applying to the Huntington directly for additional months or for other library fellowships.

Deadline: 1 November 2017.

Applications for our 2018 fellowships have closed at this time. 

The Annual SAA/ Folger Fellowship

Applicants must be SAA members in good standing and must hold terminal degrees in their field.

Each application is comprised of five parts:

  • A curriculum vitae of no more than two pages.
  • The names and contact information for two referees.
  • A 250-word abstract of the proposed project.
  • A 1,000-word description of the project that puts particular emphasis on the intended use of Folger collections.
  • A one- to two-page list of Folger primary sources, rare materials, or digital assets to be consulted.

Application materials should be submitted to the Folger directly.

The Folger Library welcomes applications for residencies of one, two, and three months. From a pool of successful applicants, one will be designated the SAA/Folger fellow.

Deadline: 1 March 2018.