CAF is collaborating with the Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) at the NC State University Libraries to establish a fellowship in memory of Tom Regan to promote scholarly research in animal rights.
The fellowship will support the use of the SCRC’s Animal Rights Archive—the largest scholarly archive of animal rights collections in the country. The SCRC builds collections of rare and unique materials to support the research and teaching needs of the university, emphasizing established and emerging areas at the university and corresponding to strengths within the Libraries’ overall collection. These rich collections serve as a foundation for generations of scholarship in animal protection, impacting and supporting scholars from across the nation. CAF is delighted to partner with the Animal Rights Archive at NC State. The archive offers an unparalleled opportunity for scholars to explore many facets of Tom’s work and the animal advocacy movement through the decades; the Fellowship can help make that happen.
The fellowship provides a $4,000 stipend awarded to a qualified applicant for research completed in residence at the SCRC for a term of no less than four weeks to begin on or after July 1. You can learn about the requirements and deadlines below. For more information and to submit an application, click here.