This program funds research abroad in modern foreign languages and area studies for 6-12 months. Proposals focusing on Western Europe are not eligible. Contact Assistant Dean Teresa Delcorso (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
by Dissertation Research
The foundation’s priority for funding is the exploratory phases of promising new research projects related to human origins that meet the stated purpose of the Foundation. The majority of the Foundation’s General Research Grants to doctoral student are in the $3,000-$13,500 range.
This grant supports significant scholarly research for one semester in the collections of the Library of Congress by scholars at an early stage in their careers in history (recent PhDs, with degrees received in the last five years). The grant will not be awarded to complete a doctoral dissertation.
This $1,000 award supports research in the history of the United States, Canada, and Latin America. Eligible expenses include travel to a library or archive, acquiring microfilms, photographs, or photocopying. Applicants must be AHA members.
Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Grants fund doctoral dissertation research in anthropology. The Foundation supports research that demonstrates a clear link to anthropological theory and debates, and promises to make a solid contribution to advancing these ideas. The award is up to $20,000.
These awards aim to support research in US legal history and in the general field of law and society, broadly defined. Eligible expenses include travel to library or archive, acquiring microfilms, photographs, and photocopying, among others. Applicants must be AHA members.
This short-term fellowship supports scholarly use of the Library’s research collections in five strategic areas: English-language literature, The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library, African American history and culture, Southern history and culture, and modern politics.
Division 41 Grants-in-Aid Committee is accepting proposals for small stipends (up to $750) to support psycholegal research conducted by graduate student affiliates of the American Psychology-Law Society.
These $500 grants support feminist research conducted by doctoral psychology students. Because the purpose of this award is to facilitate research that otherwise might not be possible, projects that are beyond the data analysis stage are not eligible.
The Rockefeller Archive Center provides up to $2500 for research in the Paul Erlich Collection. The deadline for this award is rolling. Applicants must consult with an archivist before applying.