ONE Archives Foundation Announces 2019 LGBTQ Research Fellowship Program

(Photo: Jennifer C. Gregg, Executive Director of the ONE Archives Foundation)

The ONE Archives Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of its second year of the LGBTQ Research Fellowship Program, offering limited-term research fellowships to support scholars engaged in graduate-level, post-doctoral, and independent research.

Faculty, graduate students, and independent scholars who are interested in conducting primary source-based research at ONE Archives at the University of Southern California (USC) Librariesare invited to apply.

“The LGBTQ Research Fellowship Program will contribute toward deeper scholarship around LGBTQ history and its importance in advancing social change. The Fellowship program further enhances the ONE Archives Foundation’s LGBTQ education initiatives. We are delighted to support scholars and researchers expand knowledge and understanding of our diverse, queer communities,” said Jennifer C. Gregg, Executive Director of the ONE Archives Foundation.

“The ONE Archives Foundation’s LGBTQ Research Fellowship Program seeks to support academics and established researchers to advance scholarship around LGBTQ history by providing short-term support to access the collections at ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, making the academic world and a larger public aware of the important and unique holdings in the archives,” says Dr. Joseph Hawkins, Director of ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.

Applications must be received by March 4, 2019.

Applications are invited for residence between May 2019 and December 2019. Applicants may request funding up to the full amount of $1,500. Applicants will be notified of results in early April 2019. Desired outcomes could include scholarly writings, publications, and media and art projects.

Please visit for detailed information about the research resources of ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.  

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