Grant of the Week: Louise Pubols Public History Prize
Every week, Perspectives Daily showcases a new grant, fellowship, or scholarship that has been posted to our free community calendar. This week we are featuring the Western History Association's Louise Pubols Public History Prize.
The Western History Association Council created the Louise Pubols Public History Prize to honor the passing of long-time Western History Association member Louise Pubol. In keeping with Louise's deep commitment to public history, the Pubols Prize supports the attendance of a public historian to the Western History Association's annual meeting. The overwhelming generosity of donations from Louise's friends and family fully-funded this prize in the fall of 2017. The inaugural scholarship from the Louise Pubols Public History Prize was made at the 2017 WHA conference in San Diego.
Applicants must be members of the WHA, on the 2022 WHA conference program, and a practicing public historian without access to institutional support for conference travel.
The prize will include complimentary conference registration, a ticket to the Awards Banquet, and $500 to offset travel expenses to this year's WHA Conference.
End: June 30, 2022
More Info: https://www.westernhistory.org/Pubols-Fund
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