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I just ran across this via Twitter from the Journal of Southern History:

Walter S. Rosenberry Graduate Fellowship in Forest and Conservation History

Offered by the Forest History Society, the Walter S. Rosenberry Fellowship provides a $15,000 stipend to support the doctoral research of a graduate student attending a university in North America and whose research contributes to forest and conservation history. Research focus on the historic relationships between humans, forests, and related resources is required. The fellowship recipient will also be eligible for a $1,000 travel allowance that will be considered upon documentation of the student having a paper accepted at a professional conference. Examples of acceptable topics include:

	• Forest landscape change and history
	• invasive species
	• forest and ecosystem management
	• forest policy and institutions
	• resource-dependent communities
	• private land ownership
	• science and technology developments
	• sustainability.

Here’s the link for full details
http://foresthistory.org/Fellowships/Rosenberry.html
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Randolph Scully
Associate Professor
Director of M.A. Program in History
Department of History and Art History
George Mason University
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Fairfax, VA 22030-4444
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