ESS De Gruyter European Librarianship Study Grant

About the ESS De Gruyter European Librarianship Study Grant The grant supports research in European studies with an emphasis on librarianship, the book trade, resource documentation and similar information-science related topics. The grant was established in 2011 by ACRL WESS under the sponsorship of the Walter de Gruyter Foundation for Scholarship and Research [Stiftung für Wissenschaft und Forschung]. Beginning with the 2018 award season, the grant will be managed by ACRL ESS. €2,500 donated by the De Gruyter Foundation to cover travel to and from Europe and transportation, room, and board in Europe, for up to thirty (30) consecutive days.  

Administered by:

Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) logoWestern European Studies Section logo

2020 Winner(s)

Emma Popowich

Acting Head of the Elizabeth Dafoe Library and Romance Languages Librarian, University of Manitoba, for her project "A Conscience of Cloth: Blue Textiles in the Identity of the Midi"

"This project offers a unique take on regional identity as viewed through the history of textile production. Her project will result in a research paper as well as a Digital Humanities piece." - ESS Grant Committee