William Summerhill pede para divulgar e eu o faço com prazer:
The UCLA Center for Economic History (UCLA-CEH) announces its graduate fellowship in economic history. Applicants to the doctoral programs in either Economics or History are eligible for consideration. The Center’s award provides full tuition and stipend for the first year of the program and for one additional year near the end of the student’s studies. In the intervening years the fellow’s department will provide support (in accordance with the department’s program of graduate support) in the form of a graduate teaching or research assistantship. As a condition of the award CEH fellows will pursue a dissertation project in the area of economic history; take graduate courses in economic history; and participate in the economic history pro-seminar, the Von Gremp workshop in economic history, and conferences sponsored by the Center. Individuals wishing to be considered for the fellowship should indicate their interest in their graduate admissions essay, and also contact the Center’s steering committee: Dora Costa (email@example.com), Naomi Lamoreaux (firstname.lastname@example.org), William Summerhill (email@example.com) and Bin Wong (firstname.lastname@example.org). For additional information on the Center, click on http://www.international.ucla.edu/economichistory/.
The UCLA Center for Economic History invites scholars who work in economic history to apply to come spend the 2009-10 academic year at UCLA, participate in the intellectual life of the economic history group, work on their own research projects, and teach a course if desired. Recipients must hold the Ph.D. or equivalent degree but can come from any discipline and work on any subject, geographic area, or period of economic history. Recent Ph.D.s are especially encouraged to apply. Successful applicants must be in residence at UCLA for the academic year and participate in the Center’s weekly workshop and proseminar. Compensation will depend on current salary, other sources of funding, and whether or not the person teaches, but will not exceed $72,000. To apply, please send a CV, short research proposal, and representative article or other publication to Naomi Lamoreaux via email at email@example.com. We will also need at least two letters of recommendation. There is no application deadline, but we will begin reviewing applications on December 1, 2008. UCLA is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and has a strong commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff. For additional information about the Center, click on http://www.international.ucla.edu/economichistory/.