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International Placement Scheme: Short-term Fellowships at The Huntington Library

Enhance your research with a fellowship of up to six months at one of the world's great cultural, research and educational centres.

Exciting opportunities exist for early career researchers, research assistants and AHRC-funded PhD students to undertake three to six month funded research fellowships at The Huntington Library, as part of the International Placement Scheme (IPS).

About The Huntington Library

The Huntington Library is one of the world’s great independent research libraries, specializing in British and American history and literature, and the history of science, medicine and technology. Among the collections, which span the 11th century to the present, are over 7 million manuscripts, 410,000 rare books, 270,000 general collection books, and 1.3 million photographs, prints, and ephemera. The collections are large and diverse and some remain uncatalogued, so there are genuine opportunities for fellows to find undiscovered treasures.

Applicants can consult The Huntington Library's collections.

About the International Placement Scheme

The annual International Placement Scheme (IPS) provides funded research fellowships at world-leading international research institutions for early career researchers, research assistants and AHRC/ESRC*-funded PhD students. From 2016, IPS fellowships are available at:

* ESRC candidates are eligible to apply to LoC, but not the other IPS institutions.

IPS Huntington Privileges

IPS Huntington fellowships are for three to six months. For this round, IPS Huntington fellowships may be taken from 1st July 2016 and must be completed by 30th June 2017.

IPS fellows receive a contribution of up to £750 towards their travel, their visa costs paid, plus £1200 for each month of their fellowship (in addition to their normal stipend paid as part of any existing AHRC award).

IPS fellows will have a library space as well as access to Huntington’s collections, resources, facilities, curators and other scholars.

IPS fellows at Huntington form a cohort of international fellows, with opportunities to take part in conferences, symposia, special lectures, as well as present work to peers and mentors, and the opportunity to network and forge international contacts and collaborations.