The Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library will not offer fellowships for 2021 due to ongoing travel restrictions at Emory University in order to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
We continue to offer remote services to all researchers through our regular online request process to provide access to our collections. Please continue to stay tuned to this page for information in 2022.
The Rose Library offers short-term fellowships to support scholarly use of the Library's research collections in 5 strategic areas:
- English-language literature
- The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library
- African American history and culture
- Southern history and culture
- Modern politics
Fellowship applications are required to submit a research plan and are evaluated on the following criteria:
- the qualifications of the candidate;
- a clearly articulated research topic; and
- a demonstrated understanding of the research materials available in the Rose Library to support their work.
Equal weight is given to each of these three aspects in determining the final priority rating.
- This fellowship has a value of $250 - $1,250.
- A minimum residency of 5 business days is required.
- All fellows will be required to submit a report of their experiences and work within the archive for the Rose Library Following the Fellows blog.
- All fellows are paid their award money 4-6 weeks AFTER completion of their visit.
- The application deadline is February 28, 2020.
- All fellowship winners were announced in October 2020. Please check your email or Submittable account for confirmation.
Important Information for International Fellowship Applicants
Please familiarize yourself with the appropriate visa type for your desired length of stay at the Rose Library. For more information, please consult your U.S. Consulate or the Emory Office of International Student and Scholar Programs well in advance of your planned trip.