Fellowship is intended to support a scholar in the production of a substantial work in the areas of domestic policy, political journalism, polling, press relations or a related topic. Applications are typically due September 30.
by Dissertation Research
The Mellon IDRF offers 9-12 months of support to graduate students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences who are enrolled in PhD programs in the United States. Dissertation research must be conducted outside the United States, about non-US topics. The average award is $20,000.
The research must contribute to Palestinian studies in many areas. Individual and joint research projects are eligible. Women and minority applicants are especially encouraged. Research must take place in Palestine, Israel, Jordan or Lebanon.
The Helen M. Robinson Grant is a $1,200 award given annually to assist doctoral students at the early stages of their dissertation research in the area of reading and literacy. Applicants must be Association members.
The Jeanne S. Chall Research Fellowship is a $6,000 grant established to encourage and support dissertation research in reading by promising scholars. The fellowship supports research in areas including stages of beginning reading, reading development, and relation of vocabulary to reading.
Fellowships for PhD candidates, postdoctoral researchers, and senior museum professionals whose fields of study are related to the fine arts of the Western world and who are preferably United States citizens under the age of forty. Awards support 3-12 months of research at the Metropolitan Museum.
These grants are awarded to support research in the holdings of the Gerald R. Ford Library, including living, travel and photocopying expenses. The library’s collections focus on Federal policies, U.S. foreign relations, and national politics in the 1960s and 1970s.
Funding is available to scholars who are interested in using the materials from the University Libraries’ major holdings in American popular culture. These holdings include the Albert Johannsen Collection of more than 50,000 dime novels, and the nation’s preeminent collections related to Horatio Alger, Jr., and Edward Stratemeyer. Many other authors are represented. Topics which […]
Various grant programs in Japanese studies designed to facilitate the research of individual scholars, to improve the quality of teaching about Japan on both the college and precollege levels, and to integrate the study of Japan into the major academic disciplines.
Travel and Research Grants provide graduate students who were Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows with the financial means to complete their research prior to the start of dissertation writing. Funding is for one summer or one semester of travel and/or research support (including photocopies).