CFPOAH 2020 Travel Grants

Julie Greene
Julie Greene is a historian of United States labor, immigration, and empire. She is a Professor of History at the University of Maryland and President of LAWCHA.
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LAWCHA is proud to be able to offer eight travel grants ($300) to students, contingent faculty, and independent scholars presenting at the 2020 OAH in Washington DC.

All students, contingent faculty, and independent scholars presenting on labor/working-class related topics are eligible to apply for these grants. The committee will evaluate applications based on the quality and originality of the proposed paper. Priority will be given to applicants who have not been awarded LAWCHA travel grants recently, unless those grants were in a different category (student/independent scholar/contingent faculty).

For more information, see the official LAWCHA OAH 2020 Travel Grants announcement.