FW: [ANTHRO-L] US Parsons fund award [fwd]
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Parsons Fund Award Available for 2003
The Gerald E. and Corinne L. Parsons Fund for Ethnography was created in
1994 to make the collections of primary ethnographic materials housed
anywhere at the Library of Congress, and especially those in the Archive
of Folk Culture, available to the needs and uses of those in the private
sector. Research projects using the collections may, for example, lead
to publications in media of all types, underwrite new works of art or
academic research, or contribute to theoretical development of archival
science. For further information, see the American Folklife Center Web
site (www.loc.gov/folklife, and select Internships and Awards; or call
the Folklife Reading Room 202 707-5510..
This year, the American Folklife Center is pleased to offer an
award (or awards) of up to $1,500. This award is made possible through
generous donations from Peggy Parsons and Judith Gray.
Applicants should submit a two-to-three-page narrative
describing their proposed project and its potential products and
audiences, and should provide a budget and time-frame. Applications
should include a resume or statement of previous experience and the
names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references who are
qualified to speak about the applicant's professional work.
Applicants are urged to use email (folklife@...) or Fax 202
707-2076 (regular mail delivery to the Library Congress is slow).
Applications may also be mailed to the chair of the Parsons Fund
Committee: Ann Hoog, 532 9th Street, NE, Washington, DC
20002. Applications are due at the Library of Congress by April 21, and
the Parsons Fund Committee will announce an award by May 5.
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