Caird Short-Term Research Fellowship

Deadline: 01/11/2006
October 16, 2006

Each year the National Maritime Museum offers a number of Caird Short-term Research Fellowships for advanced research into its collections. The awards are specifically intended to support scholars and museum professionals who live abroad or at a distance from London for periods of up to three months. The Museum’s fellowship programme has the overall aim of supporting innovative scholarly research that promotes a better understanding of Britain’s maritime past. 

Details here
Contact: Research Administrator
Address: National Maritime Museum,
Greenwich,
LONDON
SE10 9NF
Telephone: 020 8858 4422
Fax: 020 8312 6565
Email: research@nmm.ac.uk

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