Deliverables and Expectations
We encourage proposals that engage public audiences in creative, novel, and meaningful ways.
Fellows are required to dedicate a substantial amount of their time towards their identified topic area throughout the duration of the fellowship and are advised to take a leave of absence from their primary places of work.
This fellowship has a public program requirement. At the conclusion of the four-month fellowship, developed research will be presented to a public audience in coordination with Virginia Humanities or the Library of Virginia.
The final fellowship project deliverable should result in something that a public audience can engage with, learn from, or experience such as:
- Websites /Digital Projects
- Publicly accessible archives
- Scholarly journal articles
- Oral Histories