FELLOWSHIPS FROM THE CYPRUS AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
- FELLOWSHIPS FROM THE CYPRUS AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE,
THE HELENA WYLDE SWINY AND STUART SWINY FELLOWSHIP: One grant of $1000 to
a graduate student of any nationality in a U.S. college or university to
pursue a research project relevant to an ongoing field project in Cyprus;
to be used to fund research time in residence at CAARI and to help defray
costs of travel. Residence at CAARI is required.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: project statement; expected schedule of work;
budget; curriculum vitae; two letters of recommendation.
DEADLINE: February 1, 2008.
INFORMATION & SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
CAARI at Boston University
656 Beacon Street, Fifth Floor
Boston, MA 02215
THE ANITA CECIL O'DONOVAN FELLOWSHIP: Not offered in 2008.
CAARI SENIOR SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE: An established scholar who commits to
stay at least 30 days in succession at CAARI, ideally in the summer, and to
be available in evenings and weekends to younger scholars working there, in
return for 50% reduction in residency rate. Must have PhD in archaeology
or ancillary field for at least 5 years prior to visit, be fluent in
English (but may be of any nationality), and be committed to mentoring
students. Travel, other expenses not covered. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Letter detailing the applicant's proposed schedule; summary curriculum
vitae. APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 15, 2008
INFORMATION AND SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS:
11 Andreas Demitriou St.
1066 Nicosia, Cyprus.
COUNCIL OF AMERICAN OVERSEAS RESEARCH CENTERS (CAORC) FELLOWSHIP FOR
MULTI-COUNTRY RESEARCH: MULTI-COUNTRY RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM FOR
ADVANCED MULTI-COUNTRY RESEARCH Approximately 10 grants of up to $9000
each. Fellowships require scholars to conduct research in more than one
country, at least one of which hosts a participating American overseas
research center. Applicants must be US citizens, with Ph.D. or Ph.D.
candidates. INFORMATION & APPLICATION FORMS:
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 11 January 2008
TRAVELING FELLOWSHIPS FROM THE SAMUEL H. KRESS FOUNDATION:
FELLOWSHIP WITH ALBRIGHT INSTITUTE: One dissertation research fellowship
annually for a Ph.D. student in archaeology, architecture art history, or
classical studies. Award: $18,500 for ten months. Five months at the W.F.
Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem and five months
at one other ASOR school, in this case CAARI.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must demonstrate the necessity for
residence at the Albright and at CAARI to complete their research.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens or students studying at U.S. universities
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Deadline: October 1, 2007.
INFORMATION AND SUBMISSION DEADLINES:
Application forms may be found on the Albright's website: www.aiar.org
For more information, Dr. Joan R. Branham: jbranham@...
FELLOWSHIPS IN ART HISTORY AT FOREIGN INSTITUTIONS: Four $22,500-per-year
Kress Institutional Fellowships in the History of European Art for a
two-year research appointment in association with one of a list of foreign
institutes, among them CAARI. Restrictions: Restricted to pre-doctoral
candidates in the history of art. Nominees must be U.S. citizens or
individuals matriculated at an American university. Dissertation research
must focus on European art before 1900. Candidates must be nominated by
their art history department.
INFORMATION: Samuel H. Kress Foundation
174 East 80th Street
New York, NY 10021
FULBRIGHT RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS: FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS PROGRAM for postdoctoral
research in Cyprus. For information: Council for International Exchange of
Scholars 3007 Tilden Street NW, Suite 5 M Washington, DC 20008-3009;
FULBRIGHT STUDENT PROGRAM for predoctoral research in Cyprus. For
information: Fulbright Student Program Institute of International Education
809 U.N. Plaza New York, NY 10017-3580;
THE CYPRUS AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CAARI) in Nicosia,
Cyprus, welcomes scholars and students specializing in archaeology,
history, and culture of Cyprus and the eastern Mediterranean. CAARI is
located in central Nicosia close to the Cyprus Museum, major libraries, and
the main business and commercial district. In addition to hostel
accommodation for a total of twelve residents, the institute has excellent
research facilities: a 10,000-volume library, comprehensive map and
artifact collections, archival material, and facilities for Internet,
scanning, and photography. Further information on CAARI: