Blavatnik Archive announces Research Fellowship Program

Julie Chervinsky Discussion

The Blavatnik Archive Research Fellowships provide up to $2500 a term for outstanding scholars to study and disseminate its primary source materials:  120,000 items in 19th and 20th century Russia and Soviet Union, modern Jewish history, World War I and World War II, antisemitism, the Holocaust, and popular culture ( )

The Fellowship is a digital-access non-residency program open to Master’s and PhD students or degree-holders, Postdocs, Faculty, and Independent Investigators from any discipline. Interdisciplinary inquiry is encouraged. Fellowship description and application can be found here: