Applications are solicited for an annual two-month memorial fellowship in honor of David Woodward, a founding editor of the History of Cartography Project. The fellowship is made possible by the generosity of Arthur and Janet Holzheimer. The fellow chosen for the 2005-2006 academic year will focus on the period 1640-1800, the European Enlightenment, with research appropriate for Volume Four of the History of Cartography series. The Volume Four editors particularly encourage proposals concerning all aspects of Ottoman mapping; antiquarianism and cartography; art, design, and cartography in the Enlightenment; literature and cartography; law and cartography; diplomacy and cartography; gender issues in cartography; and similar cross-cutting, interpretive topics. The two-month residence, taken at any time between July 2005 and June 2006, will be at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute for Research in the Humanities. The stipend is $3,500 per month for two months.

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