Special Collections Teaching Fellowships
Each year, the Baylor Libraries offer teaching fellowships to support excellence in teaching and learning and provide opportunities for original research by encouraging the use of rare books, archives, and other special collections materials in Baylor graduate and undergraduate curricula.
Fellowships are available for full-time Baylor faculty members (including tenured and tenure-track faculty, regular lecturers and senior lecturers) and graduate teaching assistants (teachers of record). Fellowship recipients will receive a stipend of $1,000 (after taxes). Past recipients of teaching fellowships who wish to explore additional possibilities are eligible to reapply. Preference, however, may be given to first-time applicants.
For details on fellowship requirements and application procedures, click on the library or collection of interest below. All applications are due by April 9, 2021. Recipients will be notified by April 30, 2021.
A research center and museum devoted to the study of the lives and works of Victorian poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, with significant holdings regarding literature and culture in Britain and America from 1800-1900.
These collections include rare books, manuscripts, book arts, scholars' libraries, archives, and early printed music. The collections are particularly strong in rare Bible versions, hymnals, early American popular sheet music, and significant American imprints.
A congressional archive featuring research materials that document political leadership, political organizations, and the work of government, including the papers of U.S. congressional representatives, Texas legislators, judges and local officials.
Digitization and Digital Preservation within Library and Academic Technology Services (LATS) creates, supports and promotes our digital collections, which feature more than 70 collections derived from archival materials held by Baylor University that span a broad spectrum of topics.
With approximately 6,500 oral histories covering a wide variety of subjects, the Institute for Oral History holds concentrations of interview collections in areas such as religion and culture, civil rights, the arts, historic preservation, rural life, women's studies, economics, law, immigration, education, and politics.
This research collection contains materials documenting religious persecution in communist, post-communist and other totalitarian societies with particular focus on the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
A research library that collects materials documenting the history, heritage, and culture of Texas and serves as home to the University Archives, which collects records of enduring value related to the history of Baylor University.
For general questions about the Special Collections Teaching Fellows Program, contact Jennifer Borderud, Director of the Armstrong Browning Library.