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New, Flexible Residencies at Boundary End

Boundary End offers short-term opportunities for scholars, artists and other creative individuals to reside and work at Boundary End. These usually involve topics related to its core mission in the study of the ancient Americas, and allow access to the library and workspaces of the center. There are two types of residencies. Boundary End Residencies range from a few days to one month (four weeks). The George Stuart Residencies, named after the founder of Boundary End, are longer terms of up to three months, or a single academic term. Neither residency program comes with a stipend or other financial support, and lodging and use of the research materials of the Center are free of charge. Residential scholars are usually expected to offer a public presentation (live and/or streamed online) related to their activities.

To inquire about residencies and dates, please contact us at at least three months in advance. Please include a preliminary description of your project, a current CV. We will work with accepted applicants to accommodate requests, given other possible constraints on Center activities and schedule.

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