Michael Kraus Research Grant in American Colonial History
The 2017-18 grant application deadline has passed. Applications for the 2018-19 grant competition will be posted in the fall.
The American Historical Association offers the Michael Kraus Research Grants to recognize the most deserving proposal relating to work in progress on a research project in American colonial history, with particular reference to the intercultural aspects of American and European relations. These modest annual grants are intended to further research in progress and may be used for travel to a library or archive, for microfilms, photographs, or photocopying—a list of purposes that is meant to be merely illustrative, not exhaustive (other expenses, such as child care, can be included). Individual grants up to $800 will be awarded. See the list of past recipients.
Only members of the Association are eligible to apply for AHA research grants. Grants are awarded each June and may be used anytime in the subsequent 15 months for expenses related to furthering research in progress. Preference will be given to advanced doctoral students, non-tenured faculty, and unaffiliated scholars, and to those with specific research needs, such as the completion of a project or a discrete segment thereof.
Please note: Within a five-year period, no individual is eligible to receive more than a combined total of $1,500 from all AHA research grants.
AHA Members Only: Select the “AHA Member Application Information” box on the left for further details and a link to the application form.
For questions, please contact the Prize Administrator.