Deadline: January 15, 2012
Fellowships being Awarded in 2012
The United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs (ECA)
Funds 6-7 fellowships available to predoctoral candidates in the all-but-dissertation stage at the beginning of their tenure, and to postdoctoral scholars. These fellowships are restricted to U.S. citizens. The ECA also funds the ARCE Scholar-in-Residence Program for senior scholars, which was established to promote collegiality at the Center. Term: 3-12 months.
The National Endowment for the Humanities
Funds 1-2 fellowships for postdoctoral scholars and non-degree seeking professionals. NEH funded fellowships are available to U.S. citizens and foreign-born citizens who have U.S. residency and have held a teaching position at an American university for a minimum of three consecutive years immediately preceding the application submission. The Scholar-in-Residence is normally an NEH-funded fellow. Term: 4-12 months.
The Theodore N. Romanoff Prize
The Theodore N. Romanoff Prize funds one $1000 scholarship to support the study of the language or the historical texts of ancient Egypt. This prize is named in tribute to Theodore Romanoff who received his M.A. from The Artemis A.W. and Martha Sharp Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World at Brown University. Term: Concurrent with an ECA or NEH award.
The William P. McHugh Memorial Fund
The William P. McHugh Memorial Fund provides the McHugh Award, a special grant of $600 given to a pre-doctoral ARCE Fellow to encourage the study of Egyptian geo-archaeology and prehistory. Term: Concurrent with an ECA or NEH award.
For more information, visit: http://www.arce.org/grants/fellowships/funded