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Reed Fellowship in Southern Labor History

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  • Amos J Wright
    ... From: History of Southern Industrialization [mailto:H-SOUTHERN-INDUSTRY@H-NET.MSU.EDU] On Behalf Of Steven A. Reich Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2008
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      From: History of Southern Industrialization
      [mailto:H-SOUTHERN-INDUSTRY@...] On Behalf Of Steven A. Reich
      Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2008 12:43 PM
      To: H-SOUTHERN-INDUSTRY@...
      Subject: 2009 Merl E. Reed Fellowship in Southern Labor History

      Date: Wed 3 Dec 12:52:19 EST 2008
      From: "Traci Drummond" <libtxd@...>
      Subject: 2009 Merl E. Reed Fellowship in Southern Labor History



      2009 Merl E. Reed Fellowship in Southern Labor History

      One fellowship of $250-$500 is awarded annually to individuals whose
      research in the Southern Labor Archives will lead to a book, article,
      dissertation, or other substantive product. In return, recipients will
      make a presentation about their research to the Georgia State University
      community within one academic year after receiving the award.

      The Merl E. Reed Fellowship in Southern Labor History was established in
      2000 to honor Dr. Merl Reed, professor, scholar and founder of the
      archives, for his many contributions to education and labor history. A
      fellowship of $250-$500 is awarded annually to individuals whose
      research in the Southern Labor Archives will lead to a book, article,
      dissertation, or other substantive product. In return, recipients will
      make a presentation about their research to the Georgia State University
      community within one academic year after receiving the award.

      Faculty members, graduate students, upper-level undergraduates, and
      recognized independent scholars and artists are encouraged to apply.

      To be considered for the 2009 Merl E. Reed Fellowship in Southern Labor
      History, applications should be postmarked on or before December 15,
      2008. The application, and a list of other requirements, can be found at
      http://www.library.gsu.edu/spcoll/.

      For more information, contact Traci JoLeigh Drummond, Archivist,
      Southern Labor Archives, at tdrummond@... or at 404.413.2880.
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