Phillips Fund for Native American Research
Awarded by American Philosophical Society
To financially support research in archives or in the field.
If an award is made and accepted, the recipient is required to provide the Society's Library with a brief formal report and copies of any tape recordings, transcriptions, microfilms, etc., that may be acquired in the process of the grant-funded research as well as a release for scholarly use. Grants are taxable income, but the Society is not required to report payments.
Open to graduate students who have passed their qualifying examinations for either the Master's or doctoral degrees. Postdoctoral applicants are eligible. Applicants may be residents of the United States of America or Canada or Foreign Nationals Planning to carry out work in the United States of America or Canada.
The average award is approx. $2,500 and grants do not exceed $3,500. This is to cover travel, tapes and informants' fees and is not for general maintenance or the purchase of permanent equipment
Applicants must complete an online application form. Information and access to the online application portal are available through the website. A complete application includes all information requested on the form and two letters of support.
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