The purpose of the Academy Scholars Program is to identify and support outstanding scholars in the social sciences (including history and law) with an in-depth grounding in non-Western countries or regions. Fellows conduct either post-doctoral or dissertation research in their fields and areas.
The program provides support to conduct research and study in a foreign country for an academic year. Applicants must be US citizens. Students in the School of Graduate Studies and New Brunswick graduate students should contact Assistant Dean Teresa Delcorso-Ellmann to initiate an application.
The David Library of the American Revolution offers short-term Resident Research Fellowships for doctoral candidates and postdocs to conduct research in its microfilm and print collections on the era (1750-1800). Fellows receive a stipend, housing, and Library access for one month.
Fellowships support social scientists with PhDs or other terminal degrees to conduct research on Japan’s relations with the world, to teach one class per semester at Harvard, and to be in residence and participate in the Weatherhead Center’s scholarly community for 10 months.
Program offers month-long fellowships to allow Ph.D. candidates, postdoctoral scholars, and senior researchers to conduct independent archival research at the American Jewish Archives and participate in the community of scholars.
The HIF Foreign Scholars Fellowship Program is a program where are young scholars from abroad who are enrolled in a doctoral degree program or hold an equivalent degree are provided an opportunity to carry out non-degree research programs at Hosei University under the direction of and/or in cooperation with Hosei University faculty and researchers. Calls […]
The Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship provides a stipend of $25,000 for doctoral candidates in their final year of dissertation writing. Awards are made to individuals who bring diversity to the academy and show potential for scholarly achievement.
The Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship provides three years of support including an annual stipend and a cost of education allowance. Awards are made to individuals at the early stages of their graduate training who bring diversity to the academy and show potential for scholarly achievement.
This fellowship is to enable an American scholar to participate in the work of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae Institute in Munich. Fellows receive a $50,400 stipend, $1,800 for language training in Latin or German, and travel funds. PhD must be obtained before starting the fellowship.
Open to scholars in the fields of Near Eastern archaeology, anthropology, geography, ancient history, philology, epigraphy, Biblical studies, Islamic studies, religion, art history, literature, philosophy or related disciplines holding a Ph.D. (or equivalent).