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International Marian Research Institute

Research Fellowships

Marian Fellowships

The Marian Library and the International Marian Research Institute (IMRI) at the University of Dayton are accepting applications for short-term fellowships to support research and artistic creation using the Marian Library’s collections and the expertise of the International Marian Research Institute. These fellowships, made possible by a generous gift from the Marianist Province of the United States and additional support from the Marian Library and the International Marian Research Institute, illustrate the continued partnership between the Marian Library and IMRI to promote scholarship in Marian theology and related topics.

Application deadline for Summer 2024 fellowships: Monday, Jan. 15, 2024

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2023 Fellows
Libraries 09.25.23

Marian Library Resident Scholar Fellowship recipient Hsuan Tsen explores the works of a noted artist and discovers Marian representations in many other media.

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Libraries 09.18.23

Fellowship honoree delves into philosophical theology, St. Maximilian Kolbe, St. Louis de Montfort and the nature of Marian icons.

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Libraries 03.10.23

Announcing Marian Library Fellowship awardees Hsuan Tsen and Jack Mulder.

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2022 Fellows
Faculty 10.25.22

Resident scholar Liz Hutter reflects on her fellowship in the Marian Library, her research on therapeutic and spiritual healing in Lourdes, and how it all led to an experiential learning opportunity for her first-year writing students.

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Libraries 10.13.22

Visiting scholar Alyssa Maldonado-Estrada used Marian Library materials to reinforce that the history of prayer is one of not just religious practice, but design, media, culture and tradition.

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International Marian Research Institute

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Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1549