This award offers members of the AHA support for their research in Europe, Asia and Africa. The grants are intended to further research in progress, and may be used for travel to a library or archive and copying of research materials. Preference is given to PhD candidates and junior scholars.
by Dissertation Research
A grant program in Korean studies designed to assist the research of individual scholars based in North America, to improve the quality of teaching about Korea on both the college and pre-college levels, and to integrate the study of Korea into the major academic disciplines.
For over a century, the AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME has awarded the Rome Prize to support innovative and cross-disciplinary work in the arts and humanities. Rome Prize Fellowships include a stipend, room and board, and individual work space at AAR’s eleven-acre campus in Rome.
Modest short-term awards for research in ornithology are available to advanced graduate students (and occasionally to post-graduate researchers) for expenses associated with their research. Priority is given to research investigating evolutionary ornithological science.
This fund offers assistance to individuals for research on North American fauna in any phase of wildlife conservation or natural history related to the activities of the American Museum.
This award supports outstanding Ph.D. students from American universities who seek to engage in research in France, in any discipline of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Research can be conducted over a period of 4-8 months. The monthly stipend is €1,500.
Research Grants of up to $2,500 are awarded twice annually to offset the cost of conducting research at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum. Applicants are expected to demonstrate both an analytical and descriptive grasp of the project and its centrality to the Truman era.
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.
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.