The major aim of the Fund is to encourage recent graduates to pursue fieldwork, and so to develop their careers as Anthropologists and make significant contributions to the discipline.
by Royal Anthropological Institute
Royal Anthropological Institute
Provides grants for research in biological anthropology. Preference will be given to those applications which lie within human population biology, human genetics, human ethology and paleoanthropology.
This program supports ethnographic research on currently threatened indigenous peoples, cultures and languages. The program lasts for 18 months and covers field research and write-up. The write-up times is spent at a host university in the UK. Applicants must have a doctoral degree or have completed the requirements for the degree. Application deadline is commonly […]
Awarded for the best essay (up to 10,000 words) relating to the results or analysis of anthropological work. Open to competition among all nationalities. Judges are appointed by the Council. Publication is at the discretion of the Council. Essays must be unpublished and available for publication. Visit funder website for more information.
Entries are invited for the J.B. Donne Essay Prize, offered biennially in memory of the late J.B. Donne. Essays should address some aspect of the anthropology of art, including the visual and performing arts. Word limit: 10,000 words exclusive of footnotes and references. Entrants may be of any nationality. It is likely that the winning […]
This prize was awarded for the first time in 1990, and since 2005 has been sponsored by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. It will be given to the most outstanding film in the ethnographic tradition made by a student enrolled in a bona fide educational institution. Entries for this prize may have originated and been edited on any […]