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Native American Research Fellowships Available

Fellowships are available to Native Americans through the Sequoyah National Research Center for 2012.
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The Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is accepting proposals for its 2012 Research Fellowship Program, which fosters research involving forms of Native American expression in a range of disciplines.

"The program encourages scholars and artists to conduct research in the American Native Press Archives and the Dr. J. W. Wiggins Collection of Native American Art to support significant studies in a wide range of fields and subjects such as Indian removal from the Southeast, Native journalism and journalists, late 20th century and early 21st century tribal societies and economics, literary artists, visual arts and artists, art history, entertainment, and others," reads a press release announcing the fellowships.

At least six fellowships of $1,500 will be offered, which are meant to alleviate some of the cost of living and travel expenses while fellows are conducting research at the Sequoyah National Research Center.

Letters of inquiry can be sent to and will be considered until January 31, 2012.

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