Fellowship Opportunities

The Mary and David Harrison Institute for American History, Literature, and Culture

The Harrison Institute invites applications for the following programs:

  • The Lillian Gary Taylor Fellowship in American Literature supports research in the literary works of authors resident in what is now the United States. Learn more »
  • The William A. Elwood Fellowship in Civil Rights and African-American Studies supports research in the history of African-Americans, in particular their struggle for equal rights. Learn more »

Nau Center Fellowships

Scholars’ Lab Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities

  • The Scholars’ Lab is proud to host a fellowship program for UVA graduate students doing significant and innovative work in digital humanities. Learn more »

Scholars’ Lab Praxis Program Fellowships

  • The Praxis Program realigns graduate methodological training with the demands of the humanities in the digital age. Learn more »

Mormon Studies Research Fellows

  • The University of Virginia’s Mormon Studies Program invites applications for short-term fellowships to conduct research in the Gregory A. Prince Collection housed at the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library. Learn more »