Trinity College (Hartford, CT) Research Grant in Modern Italian History

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The Barbieri Endowment awards an annual grant to a United States citizen to conduct research in Italy. Amount: $7,500. Subject: Modern Italian history in any genre. Application: (1) Research proposal (1,000 words). (2) Schedule, itinerary, and budget (one page). (3) CV. NB: No letters of reference. Submission: Send application as a .doc, .rtf, or .pdf file by email to John Alcorn (program director) at Deadline: March 1st. Decision: May 1st. Disbursement: July 1st.

The grant is awarded by a committee convened and chaired by Borden W. Painter, Jr. (honorary president of the Barbieri Endowment and professor emeritus of history), founder of the grant; or by the executive committee of the Barbieri Endowment with assistance by experts on specific topics in the grant proposals.

As a condition of the grant, the recipient may be required to present his or her research findings in a public lecture at Trinity College in the following year. The Barbieri Endowment will fund travel and provide hospitality for the lecture.

SOURCE: Barbieri Endowment at Trinity College

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