University of Virginia Library - Harrison Institute - William A. Elwood Fellowship in Civil Rights and African-American Studies
The Harrison Institute offers three highly competitive fellowship programs: the Lillian Gary Taylor Fellowship in American Literature, the William A. Elwood Fellowship in Civil Rights and African-American Studies, and the Mary Lacey Long Wolfe Fellowship in Rare Materials. The Mary and David Harrison Institute is dedicated to enhancing knowledge and understanding of American history, literature, and culture from its earliest beginnings to the current day, especially through the use of original sources.
Stanford University - Hoover Institution - Research Fellowships
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives offers competitive fellowships to support research based in their collections. All recipients will be expected to spend a minimum of ten days in the Library & Archives.
Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation - Faculty Research Grants
Faculty Research Grants sponsor current faculty to conduct research in Ras Al Khaimah and the United Arab Emirates as part of a sabbatical leave. The grant includes return economy airfares, in-country accommodation, per diem, and research support. Depending on the project, additional funding may be allocated to cover actual expenses of the research.
Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) - Julian Simon Fellowship
The Julian Simon Fellowship is one of the nation's most prestigious opportunities for scholars to develop policy-oriented research on natural resource and environmental conservation. The in-residence fellowship is intended to continue the legacy of the late Julian Simon, whose research led to a massive re-evaluation by scholars and policy makers of their views on the interplay between population, natural resources, and the environment.
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP) - Balch Institute Fellowships
Prior to its merger with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, The Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies maintained an active fellowship program. This legacy of support for scholarship in ethnic and immigrant studies has been continued at HSP with the Balch Institute Fellowships. Each year, two or three fellows are awarded a stipend to support one month of residency in Philadelphia to enable them to research on topics related to the ethnic and immigrant experience in the United States and/or American cultural, social, political, or economic history post-1875. Past Balch fellows have done research on immigrant children, Italian American fascism, German Americans in the Civil War, Pan-Americanism, African American women's political activism, and much more.
Fulbright New Zealand - Ian Axford (New Zealand) Fellowships in Public Policy
The Fellowships give outstanding individuals opportunities to research, travel and gain practical experience in public policy in New Zealand, including first-hand knowledge of economic, social and political reforms and management of the government sector. The programme has three goals: 1) To reinforce New Zealand-United States links by enabling individuals of high intellectual ability and leadership potential to come to New Zealand to gain experience and build contacts in the field of public policy development; 2) To help improve the practice of public policy in New Zealand and the United States by the cross-fertilization of ideas and experience in the two countries; 3) To build a network of public policy experts on both sides of the Pacific, and encourage ongoing policy exchange between New Zealand and the United States.
Institute of Current World Affairs (ICWA) - ICWA Fellowships
An Institute of Current World Affairs (ICWA) Fellowship represents a generous investment in the future of a Fellow. The ultimate aim of the ICWA Fellowship program is to cultivate deep expertise in foreign countries and cultures. The ICWA achieves this by supporting a Fellow over a two year period, during which she or he carries out an immersive program of self-designed, independent study abroad.
University of Oklahoma - Carl Albert Center - Visiting Scholars Program
The Carl Albert Center accepts applications on a rolling basis for its Visiting Scholars Research Grant Program. The grant provides funding for on-site research in the Congressional Collections to support the creation of monographs, journal articles, books, theses, and dissertations. Primary emphasis is placed on research proposals centered on the U.S. Congress and its members, but given the wide-ranging subject matter of the archival holdings at the Center, other topics will be considered.
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) - International Affairs Fellowship Program
The Council on Foreign Relations’ (CFR) Fellowship Program offers unique opportunities for mid-career professionals focusing on international relations. The program affords fellows the opportunity to broaden their perspective of foreign affairs and to pursue proposed research, with a placement at either CFR or another institution in New York City or Washington, DC.
International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) - Fellowships
The position of International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) affiliated fellow is intended for outstanding researchers from around the world, to work on an important aspect of Asian studies research in the social sciences and humanities. Interdisciplinary interests are encouraged. The IIAS also welcome researchers who would like to work on a collaborative grant proposal or develop their PhD thesis into a book publication.