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FELLOWSHIP FOR THE STUDY OF ADVERTISING AND WORLD CULTURES


The Coca-Cola Fellowship for the Study of Advertising and World Cultures will be awarded annually for a period of five years, beginning in 2003. Administered by the Library's Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division (M/B/RS) in collaboration with the Library's Office of Scholarly Programs, awards will be made to researchers studying the interrelationships among advertising, culture, commerce and the media. The fellowship will provide recipients with access to resources for an extended period of in-depth, multi-disciplinary research into the Library's broadcast advertising and other audio-visual collections. A supporting stipend of $20,000 will be provided for the duration of the fellowship, which must include three months residency in the Washington, DC, area to conduct research in the Library's collections. Scholars of all nationalities are invited to apply.

Selection of the Coca-Cola Fellow will be made by the Librarian of Congress upon the recommendation of a three-person Selection Committee, chosen from the broader academic community. The Selection Committee members will be appointed by the Librarian of Congress in consultation with the staff of the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. The deadline for completed applications for the 2003 award is January 31, 2003, with the recipient to be announced on April 1, 2003. For more information on how to apply for the Coca-Cola Fellowship, visit the web site.

THE CURRENT APPLICATION DEADLINE IS: January 31, 2003.

 

Mike Mashon, Curator, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division Library of Congress

 

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