Fellowships and Grants



Short-Term Publication Grant, American Association of University Women, 2018-19

Beyond the Revolution: Bibliothèque Haïtienne des Frères de l’Instruction Chrétienne Collections, Bringing Nineteenth-Century Haitian History to the World, British Library/Endangered Archives Programme, Pilot Project, 2017-18

News stories about the grant, first to be awarded for preservation at a Haitian institution: https://history.yale.edu/news/anne-eller-and-fellow-researchers-win-grant-british-national-library-s-endangered-archives; https://caribbeanhistories.com/2017/08/04/endangered-archives-digitising-19th-century-haitian-newspapers/https://w.umwestern.edu/article/erin-zavitz-preserves-haitian-history/

Humanities Montana, Regular Grant, 2016 (for development of Oral History course)

Franklin Grant, American Philosophical Society, 2016

Dan David Prize Scholarship for Past Time Dimension: History & Memory, Dan David Foundation/Tel Aviv University, 2014

Academic Year Foreign Languages and Area Studies Fellowship for Advanced French,   U.S. Department of Education, 2013-14

Chateaubriand Humanities and Social Sciences Fellowship, French Government, 2012-13

New York Public Library Short-Term Research Fellowship, 2012-13

James R. Scobie Memorial Award, Conference on Latin American History, 2011

Academic Year and Summer Foreign Languages and Area Studies Fellowship for Haitian Creole, U.S. Department of Education, 2009-10