UC Berkeley Oral History Center announces summer fellowship for UC Graduate Student of Color

by Noreen Balos, Funding Peer
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 3:00 PM

OVERVIEW
UC Berkeley’s Oral History Center is offering a $2,000 summer fellowship to a graduate student of color enrolled in the UC system. Aimed at early to mid-career oral historians, this fellowship provides an opportunity to conduct a longform life history interview with a leading figure in the arts or humanities. The selected fellow will conduct a 4-8 hour interview on video, which will be archived at The Bancroft Library. The fellow will see the interview series through from conception to completion and will present on their project at the Oral History Center’s annual Summer Institute

ELIGIBILITY
This fellowship is open to graduate students of color who are enrolled in the UC system. Preference will be given to projects with a U.S. focus, but consideration will be given to international projects that have impact in the U.S. 

DETAILS
UC Berkeley Oral History Center Summer Fellowship