May 14, 2013
Research: Conference: Fulbright Programs Europe, Germany, German Studies
Deadline: August 8, 2013
The Council for International Exchange of Scholars provides research grants in international
politics at Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP); German Institute
for International and Security Affairs (SWP), Berlin. The award will
be offered to one junior or senior scholar in the described field.
Applicants should have a solid publications record in the target
research areas, commensurate with career stage. Please note that dual
U.S.-German citizens are not eligible for the Fulbright program with
Germany. German proficiency should be commensurate with the proposed
research or teaching. The grant is 2 to 10 months in duration.
Posted by sarayu at 12:22 PM
Fellowship: German And European Economic Affairs
American Council on Germany offers a fellowship to support promising American scholars and analysts whose research bears special significance for German economic and international policy within the wider European context.
Continue Reading "Overview of Fellowship Programs"
Posted by sarayu at 12:02 PM
March 26, 2013
Fellowships & Funding: Historical Archives of the European Union
Deadline: 18 June 2013
The European Court of Auditors and the European University Institute (Historical Archives of the European Union) have created a programme of grants for researchers engaged in research on European public finances, in particular their impact on various areas of European society and culture, and on the historical development of the "external control" function in the EU context. The intention is to award two grants. It should be stressed that the programme is open to any type of researcher (e.g. lawyers, economists, historians or public-finance specialists) interested in the EU’s public finances and the impact thereof.
These grants are intended to enable researchers with an interest in EU public finances to broaden their research by studying the Historical Archives of the European Union to which the Court has entrusted its own historical archives, and the archives of the Audit Board (1958-1977). Through the programme, the Court wishes to make it easier for researchers to access and consult the collections available at the Institute in Florence.
The programme is open to all current postgraduate students (master’s and doctoral candidates) and to postdoctoral students or university professors who have completed their master 's degree or doctorate within the past five years and who currently hold an academic post.
The Grant Programme Selection Committee is composed of the former Director of the Historical Archives of the EU and of senior (or former) officials of the European Court of Auditors.
Application procedure and deadline for 2013
18 June 2013
(E-mail or postal applications to be sent or postmarked 18 June 2013 at the latest)
Posted by jmkirsch at 02:02 PM