IPF grantees are typically researchers at an early stage in their academic career (e.g. who have held a PhD less than 5 years), with qualifications in linguistics and experience in linguistic fieldwork. IPFs are available for between between 12 and 24 months.
ELDP is an international programme and welcomes applications from researchers of any nationality to undertake projects in any part of the world. For the IPF grants we anticipate that all postdoctoral fellowship applicants will be academically junior and/or researchers at an early stage in their academic career, with qualifications in linguistics and experience in linguistic fieldwork; will propose projects that are undertaken by teams or individuals; and will have secured their PhD no more than five years prior to the proposed start date of this fellowship.
IPF awardees are required to hold their fellowship at an institution other than the institution where their PhD was awarded. Although IPFs may fund team-based research, the primary grantee is the principal investigator; co-applicants are not allowed for IPF grants.
Nearly all IPF grants awarded to date have been between ?50,000 and ?100,000.
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Funder: Hans Rausing Endangered Language Project
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Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen