Researchers have used the Kentucky Historical Society’s rich archival holdings to shed light on a vast array of topics, from frontier land distribution and law, to Civil War medicine and from river-borne commerce in the 19th century to Kentucky’s nuclear energy industry.
To help facilitate your research, KHS offers short-term fellowships (one to four weeks) to promote scholarship on any facet of Kentucky’s history.
We have three types of fellowships: General Fellowships, Oral History Use Fellowship and Churchill Weavers Fellowship. General Fellowships are available in two award cycles (March 1 and Oct. 1 each year). The Churchill Weavers Fellowship is available annually (Oct. 1), and the Oral History Use Fellowship is available annually (March 1).
If you have questions or need more information, send an email to KHSFellowships@ky.gov.