Washington Irving Scholarship
As part of its annual research plan, the Instituto Franklin-UAH collaborates with the Spanish Association for American Studies (SAAS) to grant a scholarship of €1,600 for a research stay in the Instituto Franklin-UAH.
- The field of study of the research will be American Studies or it shall include the relationship with America.
- The candidate must be a full member of SAAS at the time of applying for at least one year at the moment of the application and must continue as members of the association for at least two years after receiving this aid.
- The enjoyment of this scholarship is incompatible with any other aid financed by public or private funds.
- It will be a 15 days stay in July or September.
- The endowment will amount to €1,600 for accommodation, transport, food, office supplies, computer equipment and books from the specific bibliography proposed by the applicant.
- The books will be part of the collection of the Institute but will be available to anyone who has been granted the aid at the time of enjoying it. Books shall be ordered at least four months before the stay.
- An adequate space for the study will be provided on the premises of the Instituto Franklin-UAH.
The selection will be made by a Committee elected for that purpose by the Management Board of SAAS and the Instituto Franklin-UAH.
The name of the beneficiary shall be announced at the closing dinner of the conference (March-April every two years) and on the websites of SAAS and Instituto Franklin-UAH.
Esperanza Cerdá, Secretary, Instituto Franklin-UAH, email@example.com
2020. PhD. Estíbaliz Encarnación Pinedo. “Expanded Poetics in Postwar Counterculture: The Case of the Beat Generation”
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- Rovie Herrera. “Adaptations of Reality Contemporary Women Playwrights”
- Marina Roig. “Autobiography of Muslim Women in English (Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries)”.