The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs offers research fellowships during the academic year in science and international affairs. Fellowship programs include: 1) International Security, 2) Science, Technology, and Public Policy, and 3) Environment and Natural Resources
by Harvard University
The Academy Scholars Program identifies and supports outstanding scholars at the start of their careers whose work combines disciplinary excellence in the social sciences (including history and law) with a command of the language, history, or culture of non-Western countries or regions.
Postdoc supports research in Chinese Studies at any stage, from initial research to revision for publication. Research topics can cover any time period and involve any academic discipline. Applicants in pre-modern humanities or contemporary social sciences are encouraged to apply.
The purpose of the fellowships is to facilitate library and archival research in business or institutional economic history, broadly defined. Topics such as labor relations and government regulation will also be considered for awards, if the approach is primarily institutional.
One award will be given to support a female graduate student conducting dissertation research relating to girls’ or womens’ psychological development. Working on Doctoral Dissertation.
The Radcliffe Institute invites a diverse pool of scholars, scientists, and artists to work on individual projects or in clusters to generate new research, publications, art, and more.
Villa I Tatti in Florence offers up to fifteen fellowships each academic year for advanced research in any aspect of the Italian Renaissance. Fellowships are normally reserved for scholars in the early stages of their career, which may be defined, by an approximate rule of thumb, as the first decade after the doctorate. The fellowship […]
This $65,000 fellowship supports recent doctoral recipients working on a topic determined for that year’s application cycle.
Center for Astrophysics Postdoc in theory, observation, instrumentation, and/or laboratory experiments. Appointments are for 2 years, with renewal for a 3 year likely, contingent upon satisfactory progress.
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.