Onassis 23rd Fellowship Program for International Scholars

Onassis 23rd Fellowship Program for International Scholars

The Foundation announces the twenty-third (23rd) annual Program of Scholarships starting on October 1st, 2017  which is addressed to non-Greek nationals, University Professors of all levels (Ph.D. holders), Postdoctoral Researchers and Ph.D. Candidates. Applications are expected no later than February 28, 2017.

More information is available at www.onassis.org

Bourses – Dumbarton Oaks

Opportunities for Scholars at Dumbarton Oaks

 

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection is an institute in Washington, D.C., administered by the Trustees for Harvard University. It supports research and learning internationally in Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian studies through fellowships, internships, meetings, and exhibitions.

Fellowships

Fellowships are awarded to Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian scholars on the basis of demonstrated scholarly ability and preparation of the candidate, including knowledge of the requisite languages, interest and value of the study or project, and the project’s relevance to the resources of Dumbarton Oaks. We place great value on the collegial engagement of fellows with one another and with the staff.

Application and instructions are available online. The application deadline is November 1.

Fellowships are awarded to scholars who hold a PhD or appropriate final degree, or who have established themselves in their field and wish to pursue their own research.

Junior Fellowships are awarded to degree candidates who at the time of application have fulfilled all preliminary requirements for a PhD or appropriate final degree, and plan to work on a dissertation or final project while at Dumbarton Oaks, under the direction of a faculty member from their own university.

Summer Fellowships are awarded to scholars at any level beyond the first year of graduate (post-baccalaureate) study.

Mellon Fellowships, an initiative in urban landscape studies, are offered by the Garden and Landscape Studies program, and are intended for scholars and designers to pursue research on the history and current conditions of urban landscapes. Mellon Fellowships are governed by unique terms, and applications are due February 1. You may learn more about this opportunity on our website.

 

Additional Research Opportunities

Project Grants support scholarly projects by applicants holding a PhD or the equivalent. Support is generally for archaeological research, preservation of historic gardens, and the recovery, recording, and analysis of materials that would otherwise be lost.

Short-Term Predoctoral Residencies support advanced graduate students preparing for their PhD general exams, writing doctoral dissertations, or expecting relevant final degrees. Each residency provides up to four weeks of lodging and weekday lunches. Applications must be submitted at least sixty days before the preferred residency dates.

One-Month Research Awards support scholars with a PhD or other relevant final degree who are working on research projects that require use of Dumbarton Oaks’ books, objects, or other materials in the collections of the library or museum.

More information is available on our website.

Bourses post-doctorales – Princeton University, 2016-2017

Postdoctoral research fellowships, 2016-17

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies

http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/

http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/fellowships/pdrfellowships/

Almost one hundred (100) early-career scholars have been supported by our postdoctoral fellowships since the inception of this program in academic year 1992-93.  The overwhelming majority of our postdoctoral fellows have gone on to successful academic careers around the world.  

Current and former recipients are listed in: http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/people/post-doctoral_fellows/

Publications by former Hellenic Studies postdoctoral fellows, based on their research at Princeton:  http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/publications/post-doctoral-fellows/

Bourses – Princeton University, 2016-2017

Visiting research fellowships, 2016-17

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies

http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/

 

http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/fellowships/vrfellowships/

Deadline for applications: January 25, 2016

Over 800 scholars have been supported by our visiting fellowships since the inception of this program in academic year 1979-80. 

Current and former recipients are listed in: http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/people/visiting-fellows/

Publications by former Hellenic Studies visiting fellows, based on their research at Princeton:  http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/publications/visiting-fellows/

 

Offre de bourses – The Bodleian Libraries

Visiting Fellowships – The Bodleian Libraries
for academic year 2016-17

Fellowships support periods of research in the Special Collections of the Bodleian Libraries. Fellows are hosted in the Visiting Scholars’ Centre at the Weston Library, where they join a lively research environment.

Details of the fellowship terms and application process can be found on our Fellowships webpage: http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/csb/fellowships.

For six of the named fellowships, the deadline for applications is Monday, 14 December 2015:
Humfrey Wanley Fellowships
Sassoon Visiting Fellowships
Bahari Visiting Fellowships in the Persian Arts of the Book
Byrne-Bussey Marconi Fellowships in the History of Science & Communications
David Walker Memorial Fellowships in Early Modern History
Albi Rosenthal Visiting Fellowships in Music

A new fellowship is now announced, with the deadline of Friday, 29 January 2016: The Carr-Thomas-Ovenden Visiting Fellowship in English Literature

A list of current visiting fellows in academic year 2015-16 can be found here.

For further information, please e-mail Dr Michelle Chew at: fellowships@bodleian.ox.ac.uk.