Annual Competition for the Kent Haworth Archival Research Fellowship:
The staff of the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections are pleased to announce that the Faculty of Graduate Studies is accepting applications for the Kent Haworth Archival Research Fellowship. The award honours the contributions of Kent Haworth, University Archivist from 1994 to 2003, to York University and the Canadian archival community.
The fellowship is available to full-time doctoral students in any discipline and from any university who are at the dissertation stage of their studies, and who wish to use the holdings of the Clara Thomas Archives. The award is valued at $1,365.
Please consult the Kent Haworth Archival Research Fellowship information available on the Faculty of Graduate Studies website for further details and the current application form (Select "Kent Haworth Archival Research Fellowship" from the Award Name dropdown list).
The holdings of the Clara Thomas Archives are particularly strong in the areas of fine arts (dance, film, music, and arts administration), Canadian literature, Canadian women, labour history, education, and social activism. Inventories and finding aids provide a more detailed overview of the material available to support research, and can be found by clicking on our Holdings page.
For further information, please contact:
Michael Moir • University Archivist and Head
Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections
YORK UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
305 Scott Library • 4700 Keele Street • Toronto ON • Canada M3J 1P3
T 416.736.5442 • F 416.650.8039
To learn more about Kent Haworth, see "Kent Haworth Remembered."