Applications due Friday, February 8.
January 8, 2013—The Douglas W. Bryant Fellowship, established with the generous support from the late Charles Tanenbaum, Class of 1934, is awarded to individual Harvard librarians to support the direct costs associated with their independent scholarly research. The fellowship supports research by Harvard’s professional library staff in bibliography, in historical aspects of librarianship, in production of reference and bibliographic works and in other scholarly investigations which may be outside the field of librarianship.
Applications are due Friday, February 8. For more information about the fellowship, application guidelines and procedures, click here. Please contact jury co-chairs Laura Peimer or Aslihan Bulut with any questions.
Douglas W. Bryant Fellowship Program Now Accepting Applications