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James McNeill Whistler,
Harmony in Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room, 1876-1877, Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington. (Photograph provided by the Smithsonian, www.si.edu)
One or more grants will be awarded to help support students in their final year of dissertation writing in the Department of Art History and/or the Ph.D. Program in Preservation Studies at the University of Delaware. Students nominated by their department or program for the grant will send an application letter (750-1000 words) describing the topic, the work completed to date on the dissertation, and a timeline for its completion and defense, together with their original dissertation proposal and a c.v. to the Director of Graduate Studies. Application materials are distributed in the spring. Supporting letters by each nominee's principal advisor and one other recommender involved in the direction of the dissertation must be submitted with the application.
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