The Palitz Fellowship is an exciting new research and international education opportunity for MIT undergradutes.
The 6-month term as a Palitz Fellow includes the Spring semester in preparation with a faculty supervisor, followed by summer study in the Hague, with access to the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis.
Areas of study can include any aspect of culture, art, or history in the Dutch and Flemish Golden Age, for example: history of science, horticulture, or cartography; the art market; economic history; or the technologies of print making and book production.
Applications for the next cycle will be due in early 2015.
Margo Collett, Administrative Assistant, History