The Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS) Graduate Research Prize is awarded annually to fund promising graduate-level research in any field of Slavic/East European/Central Asian studies by a woman or on a topic in Women's or Gender Studies related to Slavic Studies/East Europe/Central Asia by a scholar of any gender. Graduate students who are at any stage of master's or doctoral level research are eligible. Only current graduate students are eligible for this prize.
Brandeis University Press is delighted to announce the new Diana Korzenik Fund promoting the publication of books by emerging scholars, in the Brandeis Series on American Jewish History, Culture, and Life. Created to help launch emerging scholars, this new enterprise seeks innovative, well-written, significant scholarly specialized studies, which may be based on revised doctoral dissertations, in all areas of American Jewish history, culture and life.
The Folklore Studies Association of Canada (FSAC) is pleased to announce a new prize in the honour of Dr. Robert Klymasz, a renowned Ukrainian Canadian folklorist. The 2022 award – CAN $500 – will be given for the best paper on any aspect of the expressive and creative culture of Ukraine written by a graduate student, underemployed, or unaffiliated scholar. Eligible submissions must be rooted in the disciplines of folkloristics, ethnology, or closely related fields.
Call for Applications: Outer Banks History Center Summer Research Stipend
Ukrainian Academics at Risk Fellowships
The NTAutonomy project offers two visiting fellowships to Ukrainian scholars at risk. Proposed topics of research do not have to be strictly limited to the study of non-territorial autonomy. What we can offer to each scholar:
• Financial award of EUR 2,000
• Working space in a friendly academic environment for the duration of our project (ends February 2023)
• Assistance in seeking further funding
Visiting fellowships allow the university to create substantial links with researchers and other high-profile figures from around the globe who will enrich the academic life of the University and help us achieve our strategic aims. The IAS visiting fellowships provide a mechanism to achieve this and to support long-lasting collaborations with researchers around the world.
THE PETRO JACYK PROGRAM is pleased to announce the call for applications for its 2022-2023 Visiting Scholars Program
The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) is seeking applications for the KHS research fellowship program for the spring 2022 cycle. The program provides funding for academic researchers whose projects focus on Kentucky or larger regional-related topics. Time periods are open - researchers have used the Kentucky Historical Society's archival holdings to shed light on a vast array of topics, including resistance and slavery, politics, medical history and addiction, religion, activism, early frontier, and environmentalism and economic development.