This fund has been established in celebration of Professor James H. Marrow, Honorary Keeper of Northern Illuminated Manuscripts at the Fitzwilliam Museum and Professor Emeritus of the Northern Renaissance at Princeton University. Its purpose is to provide financial assistance for students and independent scholars who need to travel to the Fitzwilliam Museum in order to undertake short term research on illuminated manuscripts preserved in its Department of Manuscripts and Printed Books.
The award can be used to cover or contribute to travel to and from Cambridge and/or accommodation in Cambridge.
Up to three awards will be made in 2022. Each award will be for up to £500.
The completed and signed application form should be submitted together with a CV to email@example.com. Your reference must also be submitted by your referee to the above email address by the deadline.
Applications must be received by 15 January 2022. Successful applicants will be informed by 1 February 2022. The research visits will need to take place within 12 months of the award (that is by 31 January 2023).
We will use your information to allow us to contact you about whether your application has been successful, and if you do receive funding to keep in touch with you to arrange the visit and transfer of funding.
We use your personal information in accordance with our contractual obligations as set out in the scheme guidelines https://fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/research/opportunities/the-james-marrow-research-travel-fund
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