This program is intended to encourage members of ethnic minorities to complete doctoral degrees in anthropology, thereby increasing diversity in the discipline and/or promoting research on issues of concern among minority populations. Dissertation topics in all areas of the discipline are welcome. Doctoral students who require financial assistance to complete the write-up phase of the […]
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This $10,000 fellowship supports students in the dissertation writing stage of doctoral study. Awards are for 12 months of dissertation writing. All pre-dissertation requirements should be met by the application deadline, including approval of the dissertation proposal.
Dissertation Fellowships provide a $20,000 stipend to women who will be in their final phase of dissertation write up during the fellowship year. Applicants must be ABD, and have received approval for their research proposals. The competition is open to applicants in all fields of study.
Peace Scholar Dissertation Fellowships support students enrolled in U.S. universities who are researching and writing doctoral dissertations on topics related to peace, conflict and international security. Proposals from all disciplines are welcome. The stipend is $20,000 for an academic year.
This $25,000 fellowship supports the completion of a dissertation on a topic in the field of U.S. foreign relations history or international history, broadly defined. Applicants must be current SHARF members.
The Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship provides a stipend of $25,000 for doctoral candidates in their final year of dissertation writing. Awards are made to individuals who bring diversity to the academy and show potential for scholarly achievement.
PhD candidates in the U.S. or Israel who are dissertations in archaeology or recent Ph.D.’s completing a project, such as the revision of a dissertation for publication are eligible. Each project requires a lengthy residence in Greece. The fellowship duration is 9 months.
The Alexander Gerschenkron Prize is awarded for the best dissertation in the economic history of an area outside of the United States or Canada published during the preceding year.
The Chrysalis Scholarship provides degree-completion funding for three women geoscience graduate students whose education has been interrupted for at least one year. The awards are intended to cover thesis/dissertation costs such as typing or drafting expenses, child-care, or anything necessary to assist a degree candidate during those critical, final days.
This $2,000 award supports dissertation research that addresses any aspect of mental function (e.g., cognition, affect, motivation) and seeks to understand the mind from both a behavioral and neural perspective.