MOHAI – Curator’s Fellowship

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The Curator’s Fellow conducts research in MOHAI’s collections and prepares a public presentation offering new insights on MOHAI materials and Puget Sound area history. This work takes place over six months, including up to 20 hours of research in the collection. A portion of on-site research hours may be accommodated during evenings and weekends. The Fellow will receive a stipend of $5000. MOHAI prioritizes research that includes stories of historically marginalized or excluded communities, particularly Black, Indigenous, People of Color.

The museum invites applications from community and academic researchers and historians whose work focuses on the history of the Pacific Northwest. Research on topics that bring new interpretations to MOHAI’s content is particularly welcome.

The application for the 2022 Curator’s Fellow is now available at the link below.

The deadline for applications is January 31, 2022.