Paid fellowship positions for a LGBTQ+ research program 2022-2023 ($2,000 stipend)

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LaGuardia and Wagner Archives are accepting applications for the fellowships position for their LGBTQ+ research program in 2022-2023. Accepted LaGuardia students will be paid $2,000 to research LGBTQ+ history in NYC. Recipients of one of three LaGuardia and Wagner Archives fellowships will work collaboratively, meeting regularly in a group with a faculty mentor to conduct research and writing. Check out the flyer!

Fall 2022–Spring 2023
$2,000 compensation!

  1. Research Fellow: The Fight for the 1986 Gay Rights Bill
    Students will conduct research with Professor Nichole Shippen and contribute to a scholarly article on the 1986 New York City Gay Rights Bill, based on archival sources at LaGuardia and Wagner Archives.

    • Meeting times TBD

  2. Writing Fellow: Exploring the 1986 New York City Gay Rights Bill
    Students will meet regularly with me, Professor Poppy Slocum, to discuss archival sources on the 1986 New York City Gay Rights Bill and write an essay on the subject for publication in an online exhibit in June 2023.

    • Wednesdays 12–1:30 p.m., in person

  3. Wikipedia+LaGuardia and Wagner Archives Research Project
    This is a hybrid, independent study project with weekly/bi-weekly check-in meetings with advisors. You will conduct research on the LaGuardia & Wagner Archives’s LGBTQ Collection, take notes and compile your findings for possible publication in places such as relevant Wikipedia entries.

    • Wednesdays 11–11:30 p.m. and/or Fridays 3:30-4 p.m., online or in person


  • Full-time LaGuardia student
  • Interest in writing & reflection
  • Interest in LGBTQ+ history
  • Attendance at meeting

Application link:

Contact Stephen Petrus ( with any questions.

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