ACLS Fellowships and Grants

RMcGlazer Fellowships and Grants

The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) is one of the leading private institutions supporting scholars in the humanities and related social sciences at the doctoral and postdoctoral levels. Fellows and grantees in all programs are selected by committees of scholars appointed for this purpose. (See What is peer review?) ACLS seeks to embed our commitment to inclusive excellence in all of our fellowship and grant programs, from our recruitment of peer reviewers to the evaluation of proposals and the administration of awards. In the 2019-20 competition year, ACLS fellowship and grants supported approximately 350 scholars advancing humanistic research at over 150 US institutions of higher …

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British Academy Activities: Memories of Violence, Knowledge Frontiers & Writing Workshops

bgeorge Collaborations, Fellowships and Grants, Programs and Institutes

The British Academy continues its efforts to sustain and further strengthen the UK’s engagement and research collaboration with partners overseas despite the challenges of the current pandemic. Following the announcement of seven new interdisciplinary projects exploring options for promoting societal resilience, we recently opened a new competition round under our Knowledge Frontiers programme. We are inviting applications from UK-based researchers in the humanities and the social sciences wishing to collaborate with colleagues in other disciplines and countries on topics at the intersection between technology, nature and humanity. In partnership with the Polish Academy of Sciences, we are also inviting applications to an international research collaboration …

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2021-22 Fellowship Announcement for IAS/School of Social Science: Political Mobilizations and Social Movements

bgeorge Fellowships and Grants

Each year, the School of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, invites around 25 scholars to be in residence for the full academic year to pursue their own research. The 2021-2022 theme will be “Political Mobilizations and Social Movements.” Applications must be submitted through the Institute’s online application system, which opens in June and can be found on our application page. The application deadline is November 1, 2020. Political Mobilizations and Social Movements There has been, in recent years, a revival and renewal of political mobilizations and social movements across the world in terms of claims as well …

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