DeWolfe Howe Fund accepting proposals until April 16
The Mark DeWolfe Howe Fund for Study and Research in Civil Rights-Civil Liberties and Legal History is now accepting proposals for either the coming summer or the 2004-05 academic year. The annual income from the fund – approximately $15,000 to be distributed as either a single grant or in several grants – will be used to support study and research in civil rights or civil liberties, or Anglo-American legal history in the United States. Students, faculty, officers of administration, and recent graduates of the University are eligible.
Applicants should send a brief written proposal to Professor John H. Mansfield, c/o Susan Norton, Hauser Hall 506, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA 02138, by no later than April 16. Application forms may be obtained from the above-mentioned address.
– Compiled by Andrew Brooks