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Hunt Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Guillermo Wilde
Guillermo Wilde, U. Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2004, “Guarani Leadership in the Transition from Colony to Independent State (Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil, 1700-1850)”

  1. Scope of Project: Hunt Fellowships must be used for a period of continuous full-time writing for the project approved in the application.  It is understood that a small portion of the fellowship may be allocated to research activities, primarily to update data.  The project may not be altered in topic, scope, geographical location, methodology, project personnel, start date, or duration without prior approval from the Foundation.  All necessary leave or sabbatical must be arranged before the fellowship begins.  It is expected that this work will result in a publication within a year of the fellowship’s completion.
  2. Return of Funds: Grant funds used for purposes other than the writing project contained in the approved application, or not spent at the end of the grant period, must be returned to the Foundation.  If the Fellow does not maintain a full-time writing schedule for the duration of the fellowship, the Foundation reserves the right to request that all grant funds are returned to the Foundation. 
  3. Reporting Requirements: Upon completion of the grant period, the grantee must submit the following items.  If sufficient cause for delay is not demonstrated, the grant will be designated “Closed-Incomplete,” and the grantee will not be eligible for further support from the Wenner-Gren Foundation.
    1. Final Report summarizing the work carried out during the grant period; please also list the title(s) of the work(s) and the dates of expected publication(s), m