Research grants and fellowships for scholars at various stages of their careers are offered through the Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke.
Each year the Center brings together a mix of scholars each year who are pursuing research projects in the history of political economy. These fellows may be in residence throughout the academic year, and awards include Research Fellowships, Senior Research Fellowships, Final Year Fellowships, and the Archives Fellowship.
The part-time Archives Fellow devotes up to 20 hours/week to the processing of economics collections, which are selected based on the Fellow's interests and the processing priorities of the Archive. To apply for a Fellowship (deadline is typically in early January each year), please see the CHOPE Fellowship Program for requirements.
In addition, funding for junior scholars provides a grant of up to 7 nights at the University Inn Hotel (paid directly to the hotel) to support their use of the Economists' Papers Archive. To apply for a grant, contact Professor Bruce Caldwell.
All potential researchers are encouraged to contact Rubenstein Research Services or Economists' Papers Archive curator Sara Seten Berghausen when planning a visit, so that any necessary permissions and other arrangements can be confirmed prior to arriving on campus.