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January 2019

Harvard Traveling Fellowships for Research/Study Abroad

January 14, 2019

Kennedy, Knox, and Sheldon Traveling Fellowships for Dissertation or Post-Graduate Research The Kennedy, Knox and Sheldon Traveling Fellowships, as they are collectively known, support a full academic year (September-June) of research or study abroad. The competition is open to full-time Harvard graduate/doctoral students or current students who will graduate from one of Harvard’s professional schools by May 2019. Fellowship recipients are required to live at their research or study destinations for the length of the academic year. The fellowships are…

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February 2019

Arabian Peninsula Research Travel Grants (for Harvard students)

February 22, 2019

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University announces travel research grants per summer research for Harvard students (undergraduate or graduate, any school) engaging in research in the Arabian Peninsula (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Yemen, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman). The application requires a proposal (maximum 750 word), budget, letter of recommendation from Harvard professor, and unofficial transcript (from most recent university if first year graduate student). Apply at https://cmes.fas.harvard.edu/arabian-peninsula.  

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A.J. Meyer Arabic Summer Language Study Fellowship

February 22, 2019
Harvard University Center for Middle Eastern Studies, 38 Kirkland St, Room 102
Cambridge, MA 02138

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University announces a scholarship in the amount of $2,500 for a Harvard undergraduate or graduate student who will enroll in a full time intensive Arabic language summer program in an Arabic speaking country. Absolute beginners will not be considered. Preference will be given to students who study the Arab world and have at least one full year of formal Arabic at Harvard. Upon the completion of the study sponsored by this grant,…

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April 2019

Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) Research Grants

April 15, 2019

The Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) is offering research grants up to $2,500 to PhD students, post-docs, and junior faculty (who are current members of ASMEA) for research related to any these topics: Minorities and Women Feminism, women’s rights, family law Christians in the Middle East and Africa Alevis, Bahai, Berbers, Druze, Kurds, Yazidis Military History  Terrorist groups- ideologies, intentions, and methods Conventional conflict and proxy war Approaches to national security, deterrence, and proliferation…

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August 2019

Call for Applications: Istanbul Research Institute Grants

August 11, 2019

Istanbul Research Institute offers four types of grants for researchers working on projects related to its departments of Byzantine, Ottoman, Atatürk and Republican-Era studies, and its “Istanbul and Music” Research Program. 1 Post-Doctoral Research and Writing Grant (TRY40.000): In order to support work for preparing publications from PhD theses as well as for new research. 1 Research and Write-Up Grant for PhD Candidates (TRY30.000): In order to support field/archival research necessary for the PhD thesis or for writing the thesis itself.…

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September 2019

Call for Proposals: Faculty Grants in Islamic Studies, Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University

September 30, 2019

Call for Proposals Faculty Grants in Islamic Studies 2019-2020 Academic Year The Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University is accepting proposals for faculty grants to support workshops, symposia, or research projects for the 2019-20 academic year. Proposals must be of relevance to the study of Islam or Muslim societies, past and present. Applicants must be tenure-track Harvard faculty. Priority will be given to faculty at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. For the 2019-20 academic year, the AISP seeks…

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October 2019

International Travel Grants: Independent Clinicals, Harvard Law School

October 29, 2019

Harvard Law School is fortunate to have funding to enable students with serious individual research and independent clinical projects (i.e., those not part of a clinical course) to spend time abroad during the winter term. In a typical winter, HLS supports more than 75 students carrying out such work in some 35 nations; in addition, over the years the Law School has supported scores of other students taking courses that entailed spending time abroad in the winter term. Students applying…

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January 2020

Winter Term International Travel Grants: Independent Clinicals, Harvard Law School

January 21

Harvard Law School is fortunate to have funding to enable students with serious individual research and independent clinical projects (i.e., those not part of a clinical course) to spend time abroad during the winter term. In a typical winter, HLS supports more than 75 students carrying out such work in some 35 nations; in addition, over the years the Law School has supported scores of other students taking courses that entailed spending time abroad in the winter term. Students applying…

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February 2020

Fellowship: Chayes International Public Service Fellowships, Harvard Law School

February 1

Harvard Law School Summer Public Interest Funding covers work abroad as well as in the US and students may apply for supplementary funding though such programs as the Chayes International Public Service Fellowship. As well, staff in International Legal Studies, OCS and OPIA can help students identify summer placements in other countries. Strong candidates are students who are seeking to complement their academic course work at Harvard Law School with practical, hands-on experience with organizations that work to effect change…

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Weatherhead Center Funding for Harvard College Students

February 12

All applications must be submitted via CARAT, the Centralized Application for Research and Travel electronic application platform. The application deadline for these opportunities is February 12, 2020. Thesis Research Grants for Undergraduates: The Weatherhead Center runs an annual competition to award 15 to 20 travel grants to support the summer field research of Harvard undergraduates. These grants, ranging from $1,000 to $6,500, are designed to help finance travel in connection with senior thesis research on international affairs. All grant recipients become…

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