Harvard University International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program in USA 2021
Scholarships

Harvard University International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program in USA 2021

Application for Harvard University International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program in USA is open.The Alfred D. Chandler Jr. International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program summons reputable scholars in business history based outside the United States to spend a period of time in residence at Harvard Business School. The Chandler International Visiting Scholar is expected to network with faculty and researchers, present work at research conferences, and carry out business history research.

The business history group grants four different fellowships and awards. The Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Business History has been offered yearly since 1949. The beneficiary uses one year in residence working on his or her research work and partaking in the School’s various activities in business history. Numerous scholars who now rank among the world’s leading business historians have held this fellowship. Since 1991, the Alfred D. Chandler Jr. Travel Fellowships have been offered to enable graduate students in history or related disciplines to come to Harvard—and Harvard students to go elsewhere—for research in business or economic history. The Alfred D. Chandler Jr. International Visiting Scholar Program in Business History was created in 2005 to let established scholars living outside the United States to use some months at Harvard Business School. The latest fellowship is the Thomas K. McCraw Fellowship in U.S. Business History, which was established in 2008.

Application Deadline: 15th October 2021

To be taken at (country): USA

The Chandler International Visiting Scholar is expected to interrelate with faculty and researchers, present work at research seminars, and conduct business history research.

Type: Fellowship

Eligibility for Harvard University International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program

Harvard University is a fair and just opportunity employer and all competent candidates will get consideration for employment without concern to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, secured veteran status, or any other characteristic secured by law.

Number of scholarships: Not specified

Benefits of Harvard University International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program

Recipients will be given a $7,000 stipend (payable at the end of their visit), office space, an e-mail account, phone, computer, ID card, and access to the University’s libraries and the HBS Intranet.

Period of Scholarship:  The program needs lowest two-month length of stay. Scholars can stay up to a maximum of six months.

How to Apply for Harvard University International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program

Candidates should forward a cover letter, a CV, and a two- to three-page research proposal to Walter A. Friedman through e-mail at [email protected]. Applications for the fellowship should arrive no later than October 15, 2021. The candidate should also organize for two letters of reference, forwarded straight by the recommender, to arrive at the email address above by 15th of October. The visiting scholar will be declared by the start of December.

Numerous scholars who now rank among the world’s foremost business historians have held this fellowship. Since 1991, the Alfred D. Chandler Jr. Travel Fellowships have been offered to enable graduate students in history or related disciplines to come to Harvard—and Harvard students to go elsewhere—for research in business or economic history. The Alfred D. Chandler Jr. International Visiting Scholar Program in Business History was created in 2005 to allow established scholars staying outside the United States to spend several months at Harvard Business School. The newest fellowship is the Thomas K. McCraw Fellowship in U.S. Business History, which was established in 2008.

Visit scholarship webpage for details such the mentioned below and others.

THE ALFRED D. CHANDLER JR. TRAVEL FELLOWSHIPS

The aim of this program is to aid library and archival research in business or economic history. Individual grants range from $1,000 to $3,000. Three groups of applicants will be suitable for grants: 1) Harvard University graduate students in history, economics, or business administration, whose research requires travel to distant archives or repositories; 2) graduate students or no tenured faculty in those fields from other institution of higher education, in the U.S. and abroad, whose research requires travel to Baker Library and other local archives; and 3) Harvard College undergraduates writing senior theses in these fields whose research requires travel away from Cambridge.

E-mail me Opportunities like this