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Jacquelyn Dowd Hall Research Fellowship

Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, founding director of the Southern Oral History Program.

The Jacquelyn Dowd Hall Research Fellowship is made possible by its namesake fund, in honor of the founding director of the SOHP. The award provides one graduate student with support to pursue research pertaining to oral history during the summer of 2021. One $4,000 summer fellowship will be awarded to a graduate student attending the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill who has taken Introduction to Oral History (History 670), or who can demonstrate competency and experience with oral history methods, whether through the presence of such experience on the applicant’s CV or through a post-application conversation with SOHP staff.

The 2021 application period has closed. Check back in late winter 2022 for the next submission round.