Applications for 2019 National Library Fellowships have now opened and close 30 April 2018.
The National Library of Australia Fellowships support researchers to make intensive use of the Library’s rich and varied collections over a sustained period of three months.
Six funded Fellowships are available for 2019, including two exciting recently established Fellowships: one for Curatorial Research supported by the Patrons and Supporters of the Libary's Treasures Gallery Access program, and a Fellowship supported by the Minerals Council of Australia for research across a wide range of fields.
The six Fellowships available are:
- National Library of Australia Fellowship supported by the Minerals Council of Australia
- National Library of Australia Fellowship in Japan Studies, supported by the Harold S. Williams Trust
- National Library of Australia Fellowship for Research in Australian Literature, supported by the Eva Kollsman and Ray Mathew Trust
- National Library of Australia Fellowship for Curatorial Research, supported by the Patrons and Supporters of the Library’s Treasures Gallery Access Program
- National Library of Australia Fellowships (two additional Fellowships for research on any subject, supported by general donations, sponsorships and bequests)
Additional Honorary Fellowships may be awarded to support research and special access, but without financial support.
Who should apply?
Established and early-career researchers and curators from Australia and overseas, undertaking advanced research projects.
All applications are assessed on merit by the Library’s independent Fellowships Advisory Committee.