ISMRPI Funding:

American Academy In Rome

American Historical Association

American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Malcolm H. Wiener Research Professorship

Postdoctoral scholars and professionals in fields relevant to the research interests of the Wiener Laboratory of the American School, including: physical anthropology, zooarchaeology, geoarchaeology and environmental sciences. Award recipients are provided with: Maximum $35,000 stipend for ten month project. Waiver of school fees, housing, hotel and transportation on all fall school trips and transportation on all Winter Attica excursions, meals provided at Lorin, residence permit and office supplies.

Contact Information
Dr. Sherry Fox, Director
American School of Classical Studies at Athens

Chateaubriand Scholarship Program for Social Sciences and Literature

The French Government awards about 20 scholarships a year to American Ph.D. candidates who wish to conduct research in France. Your field of study at a French research institution may be any discipline in the humanities or social sciences. Applicants must be enrolled in a post-graduate program at an American University and be American citizens.

Chateaubriand Fellows will receive: - a monthly stipend of 1300 euros for a period of nine months; - health insurance; - a round trip ticket to France; - an equivalent of over 30 days per diem fees for traveling in France for research purposes.

Contact Information
French Embassy
(202) 944-6438

Fondazione Zegna

Fredrick Burkhardt Residential Scholarship

The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation

The Lemmermann Foundation Scholarship

National Italian American Foundation

National Science Foundation (NSF), Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants, Sociology Program

In an effort to improve the quality of dissertation research, many programs in the Division of Social and Economic Sciences and the Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences accept doctoral dissertation improvement grant proposals. The Sociology Program awards dissertation improvement grants in order to support the highest quality doctoral dissertation research in sociology and related disciplines. Grants are for the direct costs of doing the research, including support of fieldwork away from the student's home campus and for more flexible acquisition and analysis of information than would otherwise be possible. Application is made on the student's behalf by the dissertation advisor. AMOUNT: Dissertation grants are normally for $7,500 or less. Funds are for expenses associated with conducting the dissertation research (e.g., field work, data collection, payment to subjects, survey expenses, software, microfilm, data transcription, travel, and expenses incurred at sites away from home institution). Stipend, salary and tuition reimbursement are not supported.

DEADLINE: There are two submission deadlines each year: February 15 and October 15.

Contact Information
Patricia E. White
National Science Foundation
(703) 292-8762

Villa I Tatti: Harvard University Center