News for Monday, December 7, 2009

New Summer Fellowship for Scholars in Anthropological Linguistics

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The School for Advanced Research (SAR) is pleased to announce the new Christopher Smeall Fellowship in Anthropological Linguistics as part of SAR’s Summer Scholar program. The Smeall Fellowship is awarded to a pre- or post-doctoral scholar in anthropological linguistics to complete an article-length project. The fellowship period is June 15–August 10, 2010, and includes a $1,000 stipend, a residence and office on the SAR campus, library support, and an allowance account. The Smeall Fellow joins the dynamic community of scholars in residence at SAR during the summer.

The Smeall Fellowship is made possible with the generous support of SAR board member Christopher Smeall. For more information on the program and application instructions, visit the website’s Summer Scholar section.

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