The Ph.D. Program in History

at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York


MACBS (Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies) RESEARCH TRAVEL AWARD


(Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies) 


The Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies announces the creation of a research travel award for graduate students in British Studies.

All graduate students are eligible to apply.

A fund of $1,000 is available for 2013-14, with the intention of awarding two grants of $500 each.

The dissertation advisor of the graduate student must be a member of the MACBS and award winners will be expected to present a paper at the MACBS conference following their research travel. The award is intended for research travel expenses only. Recipients may use the award to fund travel abroad or domestically, as long as the topic being researched relates to British Studies. Research travel should be commenced by the end of 2014.

Applications from graduate students should be received by DECEMBER 15, 2013.

Applicants should submit a research proposal (max. 1,000 words) a c.v., a cover letter including the title of their dissertation, the name of their advisor, and their stage in graduate school (MA, ABD, Ph.D. candidate), and one letter of support from their thesis advisor.

All materials should be sent by mail or email to: Prof. Amy Froide, President, MACBS Department of History UMBC 1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250 email address:

Awards will be announced by Feb 1, 2014 and presented at the MACBS conference in April 2014.