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Japan Fellowships

Fellowships of 1 to 12 months in Japan for research in the humanities or social sciences.

Deadline: 

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Doctoral Fellowship

Fellowships of 4-12 months for doctoral candidates in the humanities or social sciences whose research relates to Japan.

Deadline: 

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Computational Social Science

The Russell Sage Foundation’s initiative on Computational Social Science (CSS) supports innovative social science research that brings new data and methods to bear on questions of interest in its core programs in Behavioral Economics, Future of Work, Race, Ethnicity and Immigration, and Social Inequality. Limited consideration will be given to questions that pertain to core methodologies, such as causal inference and innovations in data collection.

Deadline: 

Monday, August 19, 2019

International Visiting Fellowships

CRASSH Visiting Fellowships are designed to support the Centre's research interests and activities. Depending on the Fellowship, Fellows are usually given office accommodation in the Centre and, where appropriate, funding towards travel, as well as certain practical assistance in their research.

Deadline: 

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Time-Sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences

This is not a grant in the traditional sense. Instead, TESS (which receives NSF funding) accepts proposals and will run surveys and experiments on behalf of selected PIs.

Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowships

Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowships provide a framework for established academics with an international reputation to pursue their research at the EUI.

Fellowships last for up to ten months in one of the EUI's four Departments which in turn invite fellows to participate in departmental activities (seminars, workshops, colloquia, etc.).

Please be sure to apply for the correct deadline, as not every discipline accepts applications for both annual deadlines.

Deadline: 

Friday, September 30, 2022
Thursday, March 30, 2023

Grants Program for US Citizens

The program offers grants to U.S. scholars interested in conducting research on North Africa in any Maghrib country, specifically Algeria, Mauritania, Morocco, or Tunisia. AIMS sponsors three Overseas Research Centers in the region in Oran, Tunis and Tangier and has other institutional affiliations that support AIMS scholars.

Deadline: 

Monday, January 31, 2022

Services Research Innovations for Homeless Mentally III

The broad goal of this project is improve services research and intervention, particularly for people who are homeless and mentally ill, through the use of latent group-trajectory analytic approaches. As an R34 Exploratory Development project, the study has two specific purposes. One is to examine the utility of latent group-trajectory analysis for improving services research for people who are homeless and mentally ill. The other is to compare two techniques for such analyses to understand how each may be best used in the context of services research.

Migration and Child Health and Development: Effects and Mechanisms

Increasing globalization and urbanization worldwide have profoundly altered the state of the family in many societies. In particular, a sizeable fraction of children have experienced parental migration during the course of their childhoods, either accompanying their migrant parents (migrant children) or left behind by one or both parents (left-behind children). Migration represents a distinct form of family transition and one that likely has important effects on child health and development. It often brings considerable economic improvement through increased income or remittances.

HSD: Collaborative Research: Social Networks as Agents of Change in Climate Change Policy Making

Whereas all nations are exposed to the same dominant scientific consensus established by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, their reactions to this knowledge are highly variable. National stances toward global climate change cannot be explained by levels of prosperity or immediate vulnerability to disaster. This interdisciplinary research project will examine the key sociopolitical variables that affect how national polities react to scientific knowledge. Multiple constituencies form networks of action that effect national policies.

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