This fellowship provides support for research in early modern British literature and history and other areas where the two libraries have common strengths; eligible projects include textual scholarship, analytical/descriptive bibliography, history of printing and/or publishers, and related fields.
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CISAC trains the next generation of security specialists. Fellows spend the academic year engaged in research and writing, interact and collaborate with leading faculty and researchers.
The postdoctoral fellowship supports promising applicants with potential to become independent investigators in scientific health-related research fields. The postdoctoral training must offer an opportunity to enhance the applicant’s understanding of the health-related sciences.
Grants provide airfare for a minimum of four weeks of summer research in Turkey by scholars with Ph.D.s granted in the five years prior to the application deadline in humanities and social science fields.
9-12 month postdoctoral fellowships promote exchange of ideas and information and cement relationships for ongoing academic exchange. Candidates must contact the relevant Faculty or Department at the Hebrew University, and ensure that there is a Faculty member willing to sponsor the application.
Fellowships are granted for one year with the possibility of prolongation for an additional year. The starting date of the visit should not be later than three years after receipt of the Doctoral Degree. Visit website for application information.
Postdoctoral Fellowships of 3-12 months are available for scholars who have held the doctoral degree or equivalent for fewer than seven years as of the application deadline. Fellowships provide opportunities to pursue independent research projects in association with Smithsonian research staff.
These postdoctoral fellowships, which are for one or more years, are made to scientists who concentrate on geologic and geophysical research of the earth and other terrestrial planets, using remote sensing equipment.
Fellowships support social scientists with PhDs or other terminal degrees to conduct research on Japan’s relations with the world, to teach one class per semester at Harvard, and to be in residence and participate in the Weatherhead Center’s scholarly community for 10 months.
This fellowship is to enable an American scholar to participate in the work of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae Institute in Munich. Fellows receive a $50,400 stipend, $1,800 for language training in Latin or German, and travel funds. PhD must be obtained before starting the fellowship.