Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at Yale University, New Haven, CT
Sponsored by The Yale Club of Germany, e.V.
€2,000 Grant, Summer/Fall 2023

This fellowship includes intensive participation at the Gilder Lehrman Center during the time on site. You will work closely with professors at the center. In addition, access to all libraries in Yale is provided. The grant can be used for travel or accommodation costs. The exact travel period will be coordinated with Professor David Blight at the Gilder Lehrman Center. After the fellowship, a short report must be submitted to the BAA.


Only persons whose doctoral project or postdoctoral project is supervised at a Bavarian university can apply for the academic fellowships of the Bavarian America Academy. For further information, please contact Dr. Christoph Straub.

Your Application

Download the checklist for your application (126 KB) for further information on the requirements and the application process.

Application deadline:The announcement for the BAA Fellowship deadline at Yale University will be made at a later date.

Please note that your application must be in English.

Your application documents must be sent as a single PDF-file.

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Dr. Christoph Straub

Managing Director Bavarian American Academy


089 55 25 37-42