The Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in the Humanities (formerly the Stanford Humanities Fellows Program) is an interdisciplinary program offering post-doctoral fellowships in humanities disciplines. The program brings outstanding younger scholars (within three years of the PhD) to Stanford on two-year fellowships. Fellows enjoy substantial time to pursue research, teach two courses per year […]
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The purpose if to bring East-Central European scholars of the humanities into a broader research community. Preference will be given to scholars in the early stages of their careers. Fellows are expected to devote full time to their projects and to participate in the activities of the Institute during their 2-3 month stay in Yemen. […]
The goal of this program is to support former Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows as they do graduate work. Programs include a predoctoral research grant, conferences, and dissertation developments seminars. The award is only open to applicants who were Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows.
One fellowship is awarded annually for 24 months. The fellowship is intended for the advancement and completion of a doctoral dissertation in cross-cultural studies or in a field other than Western art through the 20th century. Cross-cultural proposals should represent at least one culture outside the Western tradition. The Andrew W. Mellon Fellow is expected […]
Postdoctoral teaching-research fellowships in the humanities, each awarded for the one-year period, offer stipends of $45,000. While in residence at Cornell, postdoctoral fellows hold department affiliation and have limited teaching duties and the opportunity for scholarly work. Mellon Foundation postdoctoral fellowships are available in four areas of specialization. See website for details.
The Center for Africanamerican Urban Studies & and the Economy (CAUSE) at Carnegie Mellon sponsors an annual Post-Doctoral Fellowship designed to facilitate and sustain a vigorous program of graduate and post-graduate student training, research, and writing on the African American urban experience.
Each fellow will be located for two years in a department or interdisciplinary program, and will be linked with a Dartmouth faculty member or mentor. Fellows are expected to teach two courses in their home department in each year of residency.
This award covers attendance to Humanities Without Walls, a summer workshop on careers outside of the academy and/or the tenure track system. The award covers housing, and fellows will receive $5,000 to cover all remaining costs associated with the workshop.
These postdoctoral fellowships are designed to encourage interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching across the humanities and social sciences. Each fellow receives a two-year appointment which includes ongoing mentorship from a senior faculty member.
Scholars who have received their Ph.D. degree within four years in any field of inquiry in the humanities or humanistic social sciences-broadly conceived-are invited to apply for a postdoctoral fellowship, made possible through a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to Wesleyan University.