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Wilma Dykeman "Faces of Appalachia" Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship Accepting Proposals

The Wilma Dykeman “Faces of Appalachia” Post-doctoral Research Fellowship, which provides $3,000 to support research related to gender, race, and/or ethnicity in Appalachia, is accepting proposals. The research is to be conducted during the 2019 – 2020 academic year and presented at the 2020 conference. Members of the Appalachian Studies Association who have earned a doctoral degree from an accredited institution within the past seven years are eligible to apply. Please send applications to Mary Thomas at mthomas@marshall.edu by December 31, 2018. For more information about the award and details on the application process, please visit the Wilma Dykeman Award Page. Althea Webb is the Wilma Dykeman Committee chair and may be contacted at althea_webb@berea.edu.

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