As aspiring academics, rejection is just one of those things we have to get used to- many excellent peer-reviewed papers, academic book proposals, and of course grant applications went through multiple rounds of “no” before the final “yes.” Within this process of “revise and resubmit,” the reviewer comments given for a previous submission can become […]
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The Arthur L. Norberg Travel Fund provides short-term grants-in-aid to help scholars with travel expenses to use archival collections at the Charles Babbage Institute. Each year the fund plans to award two $750 grants. The Charles Babbage Institute (CBI) is an internationally recognized research center and archives focused on the history of information technology. CBI […]
Award allows Ph.D. and M.A. students and advanced scholars to spend up to four weeks conducting research at the Joseph Horner Memorial Library in Philadelphia.
This in-residence fellowship offers 2-6 months of support for MA or pre-doctoral students conducting research in Jordan. Research can be conducted in any field and on any time period, but should contribute to scholarship in Near Eastern studies.
This fellowship is intended to support dissertation research and writing. Applicants may apply for one semester or for the academic year. Projects should have a clear connection with the materials available in the Winterthur collections.
The fellowships allow advanced undergraduates and graduate students to undertake independent research while participating in the academic life of the American Research Center in Sofia. Nine-month and three-month fellowships are offered.
The Kennan Institute Summer Research Scholarships support policy-relevant research focusing on Russian and other countries of Eurasia. Scholars who are able to demonstrate a particular need to utilize the library, archival, and other specialized resources of the Washington, D.C. area.
Short-term residential fellowships are offered for conducting research in its collections. The fellowships are open to postdocs, ABD graduate students, and independent scholars. Candidates who live 75 or more miles from Philadelphia will receive some preference.
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).
BIEA graduate attachments offer recent graduates, with an interest in further studies in Africa, the opportunity to gain practical experience of research.
This grant is for the research of the horticultural, scientific, and/or social use of herbs throughout history. Research must define herb as historically useful for flavoring, medicine, ornament, economic, industrial, or cosmetic purposes.