The Mary D. Sheriff Travel and Research Prize is sponsored by ASECS and by HECAA, the Historians of Eighteenth Century Art and Architecture. It supports the study of feminist topics in eighteenth-century art history and visual culture.
The award of $2,000 is given every other year, beginning in 2019.
Eligibility: Doctoral candidates, early career scholars, and contingent faculty who are current members of ASECS and HECAA.
Submission Materials: A 750-word description of the proposed project and a CV (as .pdf or MS Word doc). Address submissions to : Melissa Hyde, MarySheriffAward@gmail.com
No applicant may accept more than one ASECS grant or fellowship in any given year.
Winners of ASECS Travel Awards and Fellowships are required to mention the award in the notes or acknowledgements section of any publication supported by the award.
> Annibel Jenkins Biography Prize
> Graduate Student Caucus Excellence in Mentorship Award
> Graduate Student Conference Paper Prize
> Graduate Student Research Essay Prize
> Hans Turley Prize in Queer Eighteenth-Century Studies
> Innovative Course Design Competition
> James L. Clifford Prize
> Louis Gottschalk Prize
> Presidential Award for Service
> Race and Empire Caucus Graduate Student Essay Prize
> Shirley Bill Fund
> Srinivas Aravamudan Prize
> Theatre and Performance Studies Graduate Student Essay Prize
> Women’s Caucus – Catherine Macaulay Graduate Student Prize
Research Fellowships and Travel Awards
> ASECS Travel Grants
> Library Fellowships
> A.C. Elias, Jr. Irish-American Research Travel Fellowship
> Daiches-Manning Memorial Fellowship in Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies
> Mary D. Sheriff Research and Travel Prize
> Women’s Caucus – Editing and Translation Fellowship
> Women’s Caucus – Émilie Du Châtelet Award
> Women’s Caucus Intersectional Prize
Annual Meeting Awards
> Non-Tenure Track Faculty (NTTF) Fund
> Traveling Jam Pot
> Arts, Music and Theater (AMT) Fund