Arts Humanities and International Funding Opportunities

					      Arts Humanities and International Funding Opportunities
           Deadlines: July 15, 2010 through October 2010

1. Program: Visiting Scholars Program

Agency: Academy of Arts and Sciences

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010   (tentative)

Supports the work of younger public policy analysts, humanists, and social
scientists who show promise of becoming leaders in their field, especially
those who work on multidisciplinary topics. Studies that examine complex and
intellectual issues using a multidisciplinary or comparative perspective are
encouraged. AAS will make its historic records accessible to scholars.
Visiting scholars are expected to be in residence throughout the academic
year (September-May). Stipend is $40,000 for postdocs and up to $60,000 for
faculty. New details forthcoming in July 2010. See
http://www.amacad.org/visiting.aspx for details.

Email: aoleson@amacad.org

Contact:    Alexandra Oleson, Program Officer
            136 Irving Street
            Cambridge, MA 02138
            617/576-5014
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2. Program: Institutional Grants; Film Festival Grants; Academy Film Scholars
            Program

Agency: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

The Academy provides grants to make the world of motion pictures more
accessible to the public. Institutional Grants provide modest funding for
film-oriented projects, including college-based internship programs, to
college film departments and organizations providing services related to
motion pictures (1/15). Film Festival Grants make festival events more
accessible to the general public (7/1). The Scholars Program seeks to explore
theatrical motion picture art, science, commerce, history or theory (10/1).
See http://www.oscars.org/education-outreach/grants/index.html for details.

E-mail: grants@oscars.org

Contact:    Grants Department
            Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
            1313 Vine Street
            Hollywood, CA 90288
            310/247-3031




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3. Program: German Chancellor Fellowship Program for Prospective Leaders

Agency: Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Awards 10 scholarships each to young (under 35) professionals from the U.S.,
China and Russian Federation private, public, not-for-profit, cultural and
academic sectors. The program sponsors individuals who demonstrate the
potential to strengthen ties between Germany and their own country through
their profession or studies. It provides for a stay of one year in Germany
for professional development, study, or research. See
http://tinyurl.com/mltuny for details.

Email: deirdre.kelly@americanfriends-of-avh.org

Contact:    Deirdra Kelly, Senior Program Director
            American Friends of Alexander von Humbolt
            1012 14th Street, NW, Suite 1015
            Washington, DC 20005
            202/783-1907
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4. Program: Long Term/Short Term Visiting Academic Research Fellowships

Agency: American Antiquarian Society

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Allows researchers to use the AAS library's resources in American history and
culture through 1876 for research and writing. Visiting Academic Research
Fellowships include various Long Term awards of $40,000 for senior and mid-
career Ph.D. scholars; Short Term awards, of $1,700 per month for those
living off campus at their own expense or $1,200 for those who choose to live
rent free on campus, for recent Ph.D.s and doctoral candidates. See
http://www.americanantiquarian.org/fellowships.htm for details.

E-mail:    cmcrell@mwa.org

Contact:      Cheryl McRell, Outreach Department
              Assistant (ext. 149)
              185 Salisbury Street
              Worcester, MA 01609-1634
              508/755-5221




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5. Program: Fellowships for Creative and Performing Artists and Writers

Agency: American Antiquarian Society

Next Deadline: Oct 05, 2010

Supports visiting fellowships for historical research by creative and
performing artists, writers, film makers, journalists, and other persons
whose goals are to produce imaginative, non-formulaic works dealing with pre-
20th Century American history. Work should focus on the general public rather
than academic audiences. Fellowships last four weeks and provide a stipend of
$1,350 for those who stay rent free on campus or $1,850 for those who stay
off campus at their own expense. See
http://www.americanantiquarian.org/artistfellowship.htm for details.

E-mail: jmoran@mwa.org or cmcrell@mwa.org

Contact:    James David Moran, Director of Outreach
            185 Salisbury Street
            Worcester, MA 01609-1634
            508/471-2131
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6. Program: ACLS/SSRC/NEH International and Area Studies Fellowships

Agency: American Council of Learned Societies

Next Deadline: Sep 29, 2010

Provides approximately 10 fellowships for six to 12 months of humanistic
research and writing on the societies and cultures of Asia, Africa, Middle
East, Latin America and the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet
Union. Stipends are set at three levels based on academic rank: up to $35,000
for Assistant Professor and equivalent; up to $40,000 for Associate Professor
and equivalent; and up to $60,000 for Full Professor and equivalent. See
http://www.acls.org/grants/Default.aspx?id=380&linkidentifier=id&itemid=380
for details.

E-mail: cmueller@acls.org

Contact:    Cindy Mueller, Manager (ext. 136)
            Office of Fellowships and Grants
            633 Third Avenue, 8th Floor
            New York, NY 10017-3398
            212/697-1505




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7. Program: Research Fellowships

Agency: American Councils for International Education

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Supports scholarly research and cross-border learning through the design and
implementation of educational programs that are well grounded in key world
languages, cultures and regions. Offers opportunities in international
training, academic exchange, collaboration in educational development, and
public diplomacy. Fellowships primarily focus on Eastern Europe and Eurasia,
but other regional programs available. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent
resident to apply. See http://www.americancouncils.org/index.php for details.

E-mail: krueger@americancouncils.org

Contact:    Sarah Krueger, Program Officer
            1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
            Suite 700
            Washington, DC 20036
            202/33-7522
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8. Program: Fellowships and Grants in Asian Art, Religion, and Humanities

Agency: Asian Cultural Council

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Offers awards in the performing and visual arts, primarily by providing
individual fellowship grants to artists, scholars, students and specialists
from Asia for study, research, travel and creative work in the U.S. Grants
are also awarded to Americans engaged in similar activities in Asia and to
arts organizations and educational institutions for specific projects of
particular significance to Asian-American cultural exchange. Deadline refers
to required LOIs. See http://www.asianculturalcouncil.org for details.

E-mail: acc@accny.org

Contact:    Ralph Samuelson, Director
            6 West 48th Street
            12th Floor
            New York, NY 10036
            212/843-0403




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9. Program: Asian Studies Grants and Fellowships

Agency: Association for Asian Studies

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Offers several grants to support the research of North American scholars to
improve the quality of teaching about Asian cultures at the college and
precollege levels. Grant amounts, details and deadlines vary according to
program. See http://www.aasianst.org/grants/main.htm for details.

E-mail: mpaschal@asian-studies.org

Contact:    Michael Paschal, Executive Director
            1021 East Huron Street
            Ann Arbor, MI 48104
            734/665-2490
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10. Program: Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowships

Agency: Bosch (Robert) Foundation

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Provides young American professionals (age 23 to 34) with executive-level
internships in the federal government or private sector in Germany.
Fellowships last nine months. Applicants must have a graduate degree or
graduate-level training and at least two years of professional experience in
business administration, economics, journalism, mass communications, law,
political science, or public policy. Twenty awards are made each year. See
http://www.cdsintl.org/fromusa/bosch.htm for details.

E-mail: mailto:nsisco@cdsintl.org

Contact:    Nicole Sisco, Program Officer
            CDS International, Inc.
            440 Park Avenue South
            New York, NY 10016
            212/497-3500




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11. Program: Fellowship Grants

Agency: Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Provides support for research on Chinese studies in the humanities and social
sciences. Fellowships include: Scholar Grants (up to $40,000) for full
professors and associate professors and Junior Scholar Grants (up to up
$30,000) for postdoctoral scholars and assistant professors without tenure.
See http://www.cckf.org/e-dornation.htm for details.

Email: cckfnao@aol.com

Contact:    Hsing-Wei Lee, Director
            American Regional Office
            8361 B Greensboro Drive
            McLean, VA 22102
            703/903-7460
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12. Program: Research Grants

Agency: Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Supports research on Chinese studies in the humanities and social sciences.
Researchers focusing on the social, cultural, economic or political
development of Taiwan over the past few decades are especially encouraged to
apply. Priority will be given to collaborative projects with scholars in
Taiwan. Research grants are usually given for no more than two years. See
http://www.cckf.org/e-dornation.htm for details.

Email: cckfnao@aol.com

Contact:    Hsing-Wei Lee, Director
            American Regional Office
            8361 B Greensboro Drive
            McLean, VA 22102
            703/903-7460




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11. Program: Millard Meiss Publication Grants

Agency: College Art Association

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Supports book-length scholarly manuscripts that have been accepted by a
commercial or university publisher but that cannot be published in the most
desirable form without a subsidy. Works must focus on art history or related
subjects. Museum catalogues, excavation reports, articles, collections of
previously published essays, or multi-author volumes are ineligible.
Applicants must hold CAA membership. See
http://www.collegeart.org/meiss/guidelines.html for updates.

E-mail: agershuny@collegeart.org

Contact:    Alex Gershuny, Program Officer (ext. 254)
            275 7th Avenue
            18th Floor
            New York, NY 10001-6708
            212/691-1051
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12. Program: Professional Development Fellowships

Agency: College Art Association

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Provides fellowships to promising MFA students to bridge the gap between
graduate work and professional careers as artists or art historians. In 2010,
five awardees will receive a one-time award of $5,000 each. Honorable
mentions will receive free one-year CAA memberships and complimentary
registration to the CAA Annual Conference. U.S. citizens or permanent
residents may apply. Publication, exhibition, and travel grants also
available. See http://www.collegeart.org/fellowships/ for updates.

E-mail: mfahlund@collegeart.org

Contact:    Michael Fahlund, Deputy Director (extension 201)
            275 7th Avenue
            18th Floor
            New York, NY 10001-6708
            212/691-1051




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13. Program: Society and Mellon Fellowships

Agency: Cornell University Society for the Humanities

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Society Fellowships (10/1) provide $45,000 for one year residential postdoc
research, writing, and teaching focusing on an annual theme. Current theme is
"Sound: Culture, Theory, Practice, Politics". Mellon Fellowships offer
funding to graduate students ($24,000; 10/1) and postdocs ($45,000). Postdoc
fellowships are available in two areas: History of Art (due 1/15) and
Linguistics (due 11/26). See http://www.arts.cornell.edu/sochum/mellon_post-
d_fellowships.html for details.

E-mail: mmd226@cornell.edu

Contact:    Megan Dirks, Director
            A. D. White House
            27 East Avenue
            Ithaca, NY 14853-1101
            607/255-9274
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14. Program: Fulbright European Union Scholar-in-Residence Program

Agency: Council for International Exchange of Scholars

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Supports the strengthening of European Union affairs by bringing European
scholars to U.S. campuses to give guest lectures, conduct seminars, consult
faculty and students on research, engage in collaborative study, and provide
outreach to neighboring institutions and the local community. Proposals may
be submitted by any U.S. research or graduate institution that has an
established international affairs, business, political science, or other
related department in which the presence of an EU expert would be beneficial.
See http://www.cies.org/eusir for details.

Email: mgraf@iie.org

Contact:    Michael Graf, Assistant Director
            3007 Tilden Street, NW
            Suite 5L
            Washington, DC 20008-3009
            202/686-4004




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15. Program: Scientific Research and Archiving and Preservation Projects

Agency: Grammy Foundation

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Scientific Research Projects support research on the impact of music on the
human condition. Examples might include the study of the effects of music on
mood, cognition and healing, as well as the medical and occupational well-
being of music professionals and the creative process underlying music.
Archiving and Preservation Projects support efforts that advance the
archiving and preservation of the music and recorded sound heritage of the
Americas. October deadline refers to required letter of inquiry. See
http://www.grammy.com/GRAMMY_Foundation/Grants/ for details.

E-mail: loi@grammy.com

Contact:    Sami Bradley, Program Officer
            3402 Pico Blvd
            Santa Monica, CA 90405
            310/392-3777
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16. Program: Fellowship Programs

Agency: Hagley Museum and Library

Next Deadline: Oct 29, 2010

Provides fellowships to utilize Hagley's collections in American economic,
business, industrial, and technological history. Grants-in-aid support visits
to Hagley for scholarly research in the imprint, manuscript, pictorial, and
artifact collections for a max of $1600 per month over two months. Henry
Berlin du Pont Fellowships support access to and use of Hagley's research
collections for up to six months. Dissertation Fellowships are also available
for $6000 and includes free housing and office space. Deadlines vary. See
http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/grants.html for details.

E-mail: clockman@hagley.org

Contact:    Carol Lockman, Coordinator (ext. 243)
            Research Office
            PO Box 3630
            Wilmington, DE 19807-0603
            302/658-2400




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17. Program: Fulbright U.S. Student Program

Agency: Institute of International Education

Next Deadline: Oct 18, 2010

Program is designed to give recent BS/BA graduates, master's and doctoral
candidates, and young professionals/artists opportunities for personal
development and international experience in over 140 countries. Most grantees
plan their own programs. Awards vary from country to country. See
http://www.us.fulbrightonline.org/home.html for details.

Email: wjackson@iie.org

Contact:    Walter Jackson, Program Manager
            809 United Nations Plaza
            New York, NY 10017
            212/984-5327
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18. Program: Awards and Grants Program

Agency: International Reading Association

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010   (target date)

The Association's awards program includes honors for teaching, service to the
profession, research, media coverage of reading, and authorship of children's
books. There are several grants offered, supporting professional development,
graduate studies, and research. IRA funds Children's Literature Awards;
Professional Development Awards and Grants; Research Awards and Grants;
Service Awards; Teachers Awards and Grants and Travel Grants. Various
deadlines occur for the different programs offered through IRA. See
http://www.reading.org/Resources/AwardsandGrants.aspx for details.

E-mail: wharvey@reading.org

Contact:    William Harvey, Executive Director
            800 Barksdale Road
            PO Box 8139
            Newark, DE 19714-8139
            302/731-1600




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19. Program: Grant Programs

Agency: National Archives and Records Administration

Next Deadline: Oct 07, 2010

Supports archival projects, editing projects, educational programs,
fellowships, publication grants, and projects dealing with electronic
records. All projects must help to identify, preserve, publish, and increase
public access to non-federal sources that document the history of the United
States. Deadlines are usually in early March, June, September and October
annually with optional drafts for some programs due two months before. See
http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/ for details.

E-mail: daniel.stokes@nara.gov

CFDA Number: 89.003

Contact:    Daniel Stokes, Program Officer
            8601 Adelphi Road
            College Park, MD 20740
            202/357-5487
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20. Program: Collaborative Research Grants

Agency: National Endowment for the Humanities

Next Deadline: Oct 28, 2010

Support original research undertaken by a team of two or more scholars, or
individual research that requires additional staff and resources. Eligible
projects include research that significantly adds to knowledge and
understanding in the humanities, archaeology research, translations, and
research conferences. Funds can be used for personnel, travel, field work,
information technology applications, and technical support. Awards range from
$25,000 to $100,000 per year for one to three years. See
http://www.neh.gov/grants/grants.html for details.

E-mail: collaborative@neh.gov

Contact:    Program Staff
            1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
            Room 318
            Washington, DC 20506
            202/606-8200




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21. Program: Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants

Agency: National Endowment for the Humanities

Next Deadline: Oct 05, 2010

Supports planning or initial stages of digital initiatives in all areas of
the humanities. Start-Up Grants may involve: research that brings new digital
approaches to the study of the humanities; new digital modes of publication;
exploration of digital approaches to preserve, archive, and make accessible
traditional and "new media" resources in the humanities; planning new digital
tools; and programs addressing the use of emerging digital technologies in
formal and informal education settings. Can choose between Level I awards of
up to $25,000 and Level II awards of up to $50,000. See
http://www.neh.gov/grants/grants.html for details.

E-mail: odh@neh.gov

Contact:    Program Staff
            1100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
            Room 203
            Washington, DC 20506
            202/606-8401
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22. Program: Scholarly Editions and Translations

Agency: National Endowment for the Humanities

Next Deadline: Oct 28, 2010

Supports the preparation of editions and translations of pre-existing texts
and documents that are currently inaccessible or available in inadequate
editions. Projects must be undertaken by a team of at least one editor or
translator and one other staff member. Grants typically support editions and
translations of significant literary, philosophical, and historical
materials, but other types of work, such as musical notation, are also
eligible. Awards normally range from $50,000 to $100,000 per year for one to
three years. See http://www.neh.gov/grants/grants.html for details.

E-mail: editions@neh.gov

Contact:    Program Staff
            1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
            Room 318
            Washington, DC 20506
            202/606-8200




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23. Program: Teaching Development Fellowships

Agency: National Endowment for the Humanities

Next Deadline: Sep 30, 2010

Supports teachers pursuing research that deepens their core knowledge in the
humanities in order to improve their undergraduate teaching. Projects must
improve an existing undergraduate course that has been taught in at least
three different terms and will continue to be taught by the applicant. Awards
are up to $21,000. Applicants whose part-time teaching positions at different
colleges or universities amount to the equivalent of full-time teaching loads
are also eligible. See
http://www.neh.gov/grants/guidelines/TD_Fellowships.html for details.

E-mail: TDFellowships@neh.gov

Contact:    Program Staff
            1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
            Room 318
            Washington, DC 20506
            202/606-8200
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24. Program: Research Fellowships

Agency: National Gallery of Art

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Fellows have access to the collections of the National Gallery, its library
and the Library of Congress to support research on the visual arts from a
variety of approaches. Program offerings include: Senior Fellowship offers
up to $50,000 (10/15); Visiting Senior Fellowship offers up to $8,000 (3/21,
9/21); Predoctoral Fellowship award amounts vary (11/15); Predoctoral
Fellowship for Travel Abroad for Historians of American Art offers up to
$4,500 (2/15) and A.W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship Program offers up to
$50,000 (11/1). See http://www.nga.gov/resources/casvaflws.shtm for details.

E-mail: s-cohn@nga.gov

Contact:    Sue Cohn, Assistant
            Center for Advanced Study in Visual Arts
            2000B South Club Drive
            Landover, MD 20785
            202/842-6482




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25. Program: Fellowships Program

Agency: National Humanities Center

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Supports 40 residential fellowships for advanced study in the humanities.
Applications must have a Ph.D. or equivalent degree plus a strong publication
record. Junior/senior scholars of any nationality who are involved in any
area of the humanities or in the natural or social sciences, or arts are
eligible to apply. Topics on the impact of recent scientific research on the
concept of the humanities are also encouraged to apply. Stipends provide up
to $60,000. See http://www.nhc.rtp.nc.us/fellowships/fellshipapinfo.htm for
details.

E-mail: nhc@nationalhumanitiescenter.org

Contact:    Director
            7 Alexander Drive
            Post Office Box 12256
            Research Triangle Pa, NC 27709-2256
            919/549-0661
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26. Program: National Trust Preservation Fund

Agency: National Trust for Historic Preservation

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Provides matching grants ranging from $500-$5,000 to initiate preservation
planning and education projects. Funds may be used to obtain professional
expertise in areas such as architecture, archeology, engineering,
preservation planning, land-use planning, fund raising, organizational
development, and law, as well as preservation education activities to educate
the public. See http://www.preservationnation.org/resources/find-
funding/grants/ for details.

E-mail: ntpf@nthp.org

Contact:    Various National Trust Regional Offices
            Preservation Services
            1785 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
            Washington, DC 20036
            202/588-6197




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27. Program: Graduate and Postgraduate Scholarships

Agency: Norwegian Embassy & Consulate

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010     (target date)

Provides a number of graduate, postgraduate and postdoctorate scholarships
available for Norwegians and Americans who want to study and do research
while maintaining the relationship that exists between the two countries.
Deadlines and award amounts vary. See http://tinyurl.com/yhevaay for details.

E-mail: emb.washington@mfa.no

Contact:    Christian Hansen, Program Staff
            2720 34th Street, NW
            Washington, DC 20008
            202/333-6000
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28. Program: Fellowship Program

Agency: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Residential fellowships for scholars, scientists, artists, and writers of
exceptional promise and demonstrated accomplishment in academics,
professional fields, and the creative arts. Fellows receive office or studio
space, access to libraries and other resources at Harvard and stipends of up
to $65,000 for one year. Applicants must have earned the Ph.D. or appropriate
terminal degree at least two years prior to appointment. Deadline refers to
the creative arts, humanities, and social sciences; deadline for natural
science and math is 11/15. See
http://www.radcliffe.edu/fellowships/apply.aspx for details.

E-mail: fellowships@radcliffe.edu

Contact:    Judith Vichniac, Associate Dean of the
            Fellowship Program
            Fellowships Office
            8 Garden Street, Byerly Hall
            Cambridge, MA 02138
            617/495-8213




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29. Program: Kress Grants

Agency: Samuel H. Kress Foundation

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Supports scholarly projects that promote the appreciation, interpretation,
preservation, study and teaching of European art from antiquity to the early
19th century. Funding is offered under four main areas: History of Art and
Conservation (1/15, 4/15, 10/15); Digital Resources (4/15, 10/15); and
Responsive Grants (rollling deadlines). Awards are up to $100,000. See
http://www.kressfoundation.org/grants/default.aspx?id=56 for details.

E-mail: info.request@kressfoundation.org

Contact:    Wyman Meers, Program Administrator
            174 East 80th Street
            New York, NY 10075
            212/861-4993
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30. Program: Fellowship and Internship Programs

Agency: Smithsonian Institution

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Grad-level, Predoc, Postdoc and Senior Fellowships support research at the
Smithsonian in the following areas: anthropology; archaeology; astrophysics
and astronomy; earth sciences; ecology, behavioral, and environmental
sciences; evolutionary and systematic biology; history of science and
technology; art history; and social and cultural history of the U.S. The
stipend and length of fellowships vary. Other grad-level/undergrad-level
internships are also available. Applicants should note that although 1/15 is
the standard deadline, other program deadlines vary. See
http://www.si.edu/ofg/fell.htm for details.

E-mail: siofg@si.edu

CFDA Number: 60.007

Contact:    Pamela Hudson, Program Manager
            Office of Research Training and Services
            470 L'Enfant Plaza, SW, Suite 7102
            Washington, DC 20013
            202/275-0655




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31. Program: External Faculty Fellowships

Agency: Stanford Humanities Center

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Supports up to eight external residential fellowships in the following
categories: Senior Fellowships for well-established Ph.D. scholars and Junior
Fellowships for scholars who are three-10 years beyond the Ph.D. Fellowships
are awarded across ranks to include assistant, associate, and full
professors. Awards are up to $60,000. Eligibility is open to humanities
scholars and to scholars applying a humanistic perspective to other fields.
See http://shc.stanford.edu/fellowships/non-stanford-faculty for details when
updated.

E-mail: rbarrick@stanford.edu

Contact:    Robert Barrick, Fellowship Administrator
            Stanford University Humanities Center
            424 Santa Teresa Street
            Stanford, CA 94305-4015
            650/723-3054
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32. Program: Research Grants (Graduate Students & Postdoctoral Scholars)

Agency: Truman (Harry S.) Library Institute for National & International
        Affairs

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Research Grants (applications due 4/1 and 10/1 annually) provide up to $2,500
to graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and advanced researchers to
enable travel to Truman Library and use of its collections over one to three
weeks. Dissertation Year Fellowships (due 2/1 annually) provide $16,000 to
graduate students and Scholar's Awards (due 12/15 in odd numbered years)
provide up to $30,000 to postdoctoral scholars conducting research on
Truman's life or foreign policy from the Truman years. See
http://www.trumanlibrary.org/grants/ for details.

E-mail: lisa.sullivan@nara.gov

Contact:    Lisa Sullivan, Grants Administrator
            Grants Administrator
            500 West U.S. Highway 24
            Independence, MO 64050-1798
            816/268-8248




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33. Program: Unsolicited Concept Papers and Proposals

Agency: U.S. Agency for International Development

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010 (target date)

Considers five-page concept papers and 15-page proposals addressing ways to
advance U.S. foreign assistance objectives. Applicants must demonstrate clear
understanding of USAID's sector and country strategies and should propose
specific institutional linkages that are not supported by other USAID
programs. Projects that are based only in the U.S. or that propose U.S.
infrastructure development are not eligible. Matching requirement is 25
percent. Proposals are reviewed quarterly. See
http://www.usaid.gov/university/ for details.

Email: Hliaison@usaid.gov

Contact:    Gary Bittner, Program Officer
            1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
            Washington, DC 20523
            202/712-1556
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34. Program: Annual Grant Competition

Agency: U.S. Institute of Peace

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Supports any project that fits within the institute's general mandate of
international conflict resolution. Provides awards of up to $120,000 across a
broad range of disciplines, skills, and approaches. Some areas of interest
include: conflict analysis and prevention; mediation and conflict resolution;
postconflict peace and stability operations; and religion and peacemaking,
among others. Deadline is 10/1 annually. See http://tinyurl.com/m3rd4s for
details.

Email: kkuehnast@usip.org

Contact:    Kathleen Kuehnast, Associate Vice
            President, Grant Program
            1200 17th Street, NW
            Suite 200
            Washington, DC 20036-3011
            202/429-4714




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35. Program: Travel Awards for International Collaborative Research

Agency: University of Queensland

Next Deadline: Aug 16, 2010

Enables distinguished researchers to travel to the University of Queensland
for collaborative projects. Assistance is available to scholars actively
engaged in research that will contribute substantially to research activities
in the nominated department. Grantees should spend at least four weeks during
an academic semester at Queensland. Prospective applicants should write to
the director of the appropriate School/Centre/Institute to obtain specific
program details. See http://www.uq.edu.au/research/rrtd/grants-internal-
travel-awards

Contact:    Contacts vary
            The University of Queensland
            Queensland, 4072
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36. Program: Woodrow Wilson Center Fellowships

Agency: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Next Deadline: Oct 01, 2010

Awards approximately 20-25 residential fellowships annually to individuals
with outstanding project proposals in a broad range of the social sciences
and humanities on national and/or international issues. Topics and
scholarship should relate to key public policy challenges or provide the
historical and/or cultural framework to illuminate policy issues of
contemporary importance. Stipends provided in recent years have ranged from
$26,000 to $85,000. See http://tinyurl.com/6c55sq for details.

E-mail: fellowships@wilsoncenter.org

Contact:    Program Staff
            One Woodrow Wilson Plaza
            1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
            Washington, DC 20004
            202/691-4170
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37. Program: Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program

Agency: Council for International Exchange of Scholars

Next Deadline: Oct 15, 2010

Supports proposals to bring scholars and professionals from abroad to U.S.
colleges and universities that infrequently or never have the opportunity to
host visiting scholars. In addition to teaching courses, scholars give
campus-wide and community lectures, help initiate international programs, and
contribute to curriculum development. Program is especially appropriate for
small liberal arts colleges, minority-serving institutions, and community
colleges. Scholars can also receive awards through the Occasional Lecturer
Program which will fund short visits to other IHEs while in the U.S. See
http://www.cies.org/sir/ for details.

E-mail: mgraf@iie.org

Contact:    Michael Graf, Assistant Director
            3007 Tilden Street, NW
            Suite 5L
            Washington, DC 20008-3009
            202/686-4004




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