The Nineteenth Century Studies Association announces the establishment of a Student Travel Grant of $500 to support the presentation of a paper (sole-) authored by a student and accepted for a session at the 2021 annual meeting of the society. The award check will be presented at the conference, and the travel grant recipient will be recognized at the Business meeting and in conference literature.

Eligibility
The paper proposal has been accepted, and will be presented by the author at the conference. The paper is authored by the student presenting and is not co-authored. The paper is unpublished and has not been presented at another conference. The student is enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university, and the student is traveling more than 250 miles in order to attend the conference. The student registers for the conference and participates fully in its activities.

Students agree that they will not submit a proposal to participate in the conference pending receipt of a grant. There may be several student presenters competing for limited travel support (one grant per year is anticipated). Authors of all proposals, at the time the proposal is submitted, agree to attend and present the paper if the proposal is accepted, regardless of whether or not a travel grant is later awarded.

Conference presenters may only apply for one conference travel award in a given year.

Deadline
January 15, 2021

To Apply
Graduate students with accepted proposals should fill out the Travel Grant Application and submit it along with the completed paper to the Chair of the Faculty Development and Travel Awards Committee, Wendy Castenell, by January 15, 2021: wcastenell@as.ua.edu

The final decision regarding the award will be announced by January 31st.

All submissions via email will be acknowledged.

Inquiries
Wendy Castenell
Chair of the Faculty Development and Travel Awards Committee
wcastenell@as.ua.edu

Previous Recipients

2020
Mary Gryctko, “‘Girls for Sale:’ William Stead, Nicholas Kristof, and Nineteenth-Century Origins of Twenty-first-Century ‘Trafficking’ Narratives,” 2020 NCSA Conference in Rochester, New York.