SAH Fellowships and Grants

The Society of Architectural Historians awards more than 40 fellowships and grants each year in service of its mission to promote the study and interpretation of the built environment. Learn more about SAH funding opportunities below and read fellowship reports from past recipients.

Depending on a variety of factors, reimbursements, stipends, and fellowships may be considered taxable income. If so, SAH will send the recipient a 1099 at the end of the year in accordance with federal law. Please keep copies of any receipts, and contact a tax preparation professional for advice.

Research Fellowships

SAH offers a variety of fellowships that support the research and travel of junior and senior scholars.

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H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship

This prestigious fellowship allows a recent graduate or emerging scholar to study by travel for 3, 6, or 12 months.

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Annual Conference Fellowships

Conference fellowships support session chairs and speakers participating in the SAH Annual International Conference.

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SAH Membership Grants for Emerging Professionals

SAH Membership Grants provide emerging scholars with a one-year digital SAH Individual membership.

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SAH American Architecture and Landscape Field Trip Grants

These grants fund architecture and landscape field trips for underserved students in grades 3 through high school.

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SAH/Mellon Author Awards

These grants were designed to provide financial relief to scholars who were publishing their first monograph on the history of the built environment. (Grant is now closed.)

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for its operating support.
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