Joyce A. Berkman Endowment in Graduate Women's History and Women's Studies
Established to support graduate students with demonstrated financial need with a major in History or Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies with research, coursework, and academic interests focused primarily on female experiences and consciousness. Their work should take a multi-faceted approach to intersectional analysis that considers, for example, gender, race, social class, and sexuality, but which is not limited to these areas. Examples of purposes for which these funds may be used include conference-related expenses, expenses associated with visiting archival holdings for research purposes, and participation in networking activities related to pedagogy or research.
- Supplemental Questions
- Please submit a 1-page single-spaced proposal describing the activity you wish to fund and how it will advance your larger scholarly or academic aims.
- Please submit a budget.
- Please submit a 1-2 page C.V.
- Please write a brief statement (no more than 250 words) of financial need which describes any important or extenuating financial circumstances related to your need for this scholarship.