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Research Fields TEST History/Economics/Political Studies/Anthropology/Sociology/Linguistics/Music/Native Peoples
Categories Social Sciences and Humanities
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility Established by a generous gift from the late Mr. Martin Kavanaugh and his estate to ensure a continuance of his interest in the importance of the great explorer, Pierre Gaultier LaVerendrye and companions, to the development of Western North America and particularly of the West and Prairies. The objective of the fellowship is to promote research on and foster a greater knowledge of the relationship between New France and the Canadian West, including aboriginal-European relations and the fur trade.

The eligible graduate student must:
  • be a member of St. Paul's College. Not a member of St. Paul's College? Log onto your Aurora student account to declare your membership.
  • be enrolled in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the University of Manitoba
  • demonstrate an ability to use research materials in the French language
  • be a student of history, historical geography, demographics, economics, political studies, anthropology, sociology, linguistics, the Church in Western Canada, music, Native Peoples and languages, cultural studies, or any other discipline that might advance the objectives of the fellowship as described

    The fellowship is renewable for a maximum of four years, but must be reapplied for each year. The recipient(s) shall be expected to present an annual report of their year's work.
Value $3,000
Currency Canadian
Tenable at University of Manitoaba for the 2013-2014 competition year.
Deadlines May 1
Application Details Visit the St. Paul's College web site at http://umanitoba.ca/colleges/st_pauls/graduateawards.html for an application form.

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Updated: April 7, 2014

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