FUND IT - FINANCEMENT RECHERCHE/MOBILITÉ DOCT. ET POSTDOC | NOVEMBRE 2021

Dates de l'évènement: 
Mercredi, 17 novembre 2021

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SONATA PhD Holder Grants in Poland

SONATA is a funding opportunity intended to support the Principal Investigator in conducting innovative basic research, using advanced research equipment and/or an original methodology.

The Principal Investigator should be about to embark on a career in research with a doctoral degree obtained within 2-7 years of submission of the proposal.

Projects carried out by research teams must consist of no more than one researcher holding a habilitation degree or the title of professor and on condition that they are collaborators from an institution other than the host institution of the Principal Investigator.
 

Deadline : 15/12/2021

Institutions :

  • National Science Center Poland (NCN)

 

Warburg Institute Ouseley Short-Term Research Fellowship

 

The aim of this award is to provide financial support towards living and subsistence costs in London to enable scholars to undertake a period of research on the Arabic, Persian, Hindustani and other Oriental languages in this country. 

The annual group of fellows benefits from and contributes to the vibrant intellectual life of the Institute.  Fellows are given a space to work, they are asked to offer an introduction to their research in an Introductory Talk and are encouraged to contribute to the Institute’s blog: Mnemosyne.
 

Deadline : 17/12/2021

 

Washington Library at Mount Vernon Research Fellowships

The Washington Library is accepting applications for its annual research fellowship program. Awards are available for research focused on the life and leadership of George Washington, and his place in the development of American civic life and culture.

We also welcome projects related to the broad themes and historical problems of Colonial America, the Revolutionary Era, and the Early Republic as well as the history of the arts, material culture, and society which help us better understand the greater legacy of George Washington and his home, Mount Vernon. Finally, projects related to national memory, philanthropy, and the history of historic preservation are also encouraged as our resources include the archives of the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association — the oldest national organization dedicated to historic preservation in the United States. Successful applicants receive generous stipends and housing on the Library campus for up to 6 months.

 

Deadline : 31/12/2021

Institutions :

  • The Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon