The Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis (RCHA) invites applications for graduate fellowships for the
2022-2023 academic year on the theme “Repairing the Past” co-directed by Jochen Hellbeck and Kristin
O’Brassill-Kulfan. Please follow this LINK for a more detailed description.
Graduate fellows will receive research stipends of $2,000. Fellows will have access to all the activities
and services of the Center. They will join visiting postdoctoral fellows chosen from outside the
university, Rutgers faculty fellows, and associate fellows in the Center’s ongoing meetings and events.
Graduate fellows are expected to attend the Center’s weekly Tuesday catered lunch seminars (11:00
AM- 1:00 PM) and its occasional lectures and/or conferences. In addition, graduate fellows have the
option to give a presentation at a Tuesday seminar during the period of their fellowship, but this is
not a requirement.
This project welcomes applications from all disciplines and regional specializations. Weekly seminars and
other events will focus on broad themes common to the project.
Applications are warmly invited from RU graduate students, across all disciplines, whose research
actively engages with the questions raised by our seminar theme. Graduate students should be ABD or
taking their exams in the fall semester of the fellowship year. An approval letter from their advisor
reflecting the applicant’s good academic standing must accompany the application materials. Along
with the RCHA’s postdoctoral fellows and faculty fellows, graduate students will be the core participants
in the weekly seminars.
Applications are due by May 2, 2022.
To apply, complete the fellowship application. If you have questions about the Center’s application
process, please contact the Center’s Administrator, Quiyana Butler, at 848-932-8701 or