The Society for American Music has a number of research fellowships with November 1 deadlines. You can find them listed here: https://www.american-music.org/page/AwardOverview
To give you a quick preview:
The Paul Charosh Independent Scholar Fellowship is intended to foster research by independent scholars and is open to anyone not teaching at an institution of higher learning, or who does so with a non-renewable contract of one year or less. The Anne Dhu McLucas Fellowship is designed to provide support to a graduate student conducting research (archival or fieldwork) on traditional music (music in the oral tradition) or Native American/First Nation music. The Robert Walser and Susan McClary Fellowship is intended to diversify the field of scholars working on American music by providing a six-month stipend of $11,000.00 for full-time PhD students. There are many other fellowships. Please take a moment to check them out.
Please note that on Monday, October 8, SAM President Sandy Graham will be hosting an hour-long webinar about applying for SAM's fellowships. The webinar begins at 8pm EST and you may tune in and out as you please, asking any questions you may have as you go about preparing your application materials. You can register for the webinar here: https://www.american-music.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1079715
Job, fellowship, and CFP listings are services that offered by the American Studies Association to support its members in exploring professional opportunities in American studies. Any questions should be directed to the program, department, or center that has posted the opportunity.