Peace and Justice Fellowships for Undergraduates, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA, USA, January 8-14, 2022. Deadline: September 15, 2021.
Are you an emerging leader working on issues of peace and justice? Join the first class of Peace and Justice Transformative Leaders! Organizers are thrilled to introduce this unique fellowship that identifies and amplifies the skills and visions of emerging, undergraduate peace and justice leaders. Held by the Consortium of North American Peace Programs and sponsored by the Gettysburg College Peace and Justice Studies Program, and the Garthwait Leadership Center at Gettysburg College, this fellowship is the first of its kind. All undergraduate students (from Canada, the US, and Mexico) with at least one academic year remaining in their education, upon completion of the fellowship, are eligible to apply.
Selected fellows will be invited to Gettysburg College for a week of intensive programming designed to develop their leadership skills in the realm of peace and justice work. From January 8th through January 14th, 2022, fellows will meet with academics and practitioners to learn tangible skills and create their own social change projects. Fellows will be expected to implement their own projects upon completion of the fellowship. Selected fellows will have all expenses paid to attend the week of programming in January of 2022, including accommodation, transportation, and meals.
Forced Migration and Refugee Studies: Networking and Knowledge Transfer Fellowships (2021-2022), Germany. Deadline: First-round notice to successful applicants: early August 2021.
The cooperation project “Forced Migration and Refugee Studies: Networking and Knowledge Transfer” (FFVT) aims to strengthen interdisciplinary forced migration and refugee research in Germany. It is jointly run by the Bonn International Center for Conversion, the Centre for Human Rights Erlangen-Nürnberg (University of Erlangen Nuremberg), the German Development Institute (Bonn) and the Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (University of Osnabrück) and funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. FFVT fellowships are granted to researchers or academics from abroad or with a refugee background working in the field of forced migration and refugee studies to support guest stays at (mainly) one of the collaborative partners of FFVT. Fellowship allowances include a monthly scholarship and travel costs for 2–6 months between October 1, 2021 and December 31, 2022.
Fellowships in 2022-2023, French Institutes for Advanced Study, Paris / Lyon / Montpellier / Marseille / Nantes, France. Deadline: 6 July 2021.
The French Institutes for Advanced Study Fellowship Programme offers 10-month fellowships in the five Institutes of Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier and Nantes. It welcomes applications from high-level international scholars and scientists primarily in the fields of the social sciences and the humanities (SSH). For the 2022-23 academic year, FIAS offers 28 fellowship positions: 17 in Paris, 4 in Marseille, 3 in Montpellier, and 4 in Nantes. The call is open to all disciplines in the SSH and all research fields. Research projects from other sciences that propose a transversal dialogue with SSH are also eligible. Some of the four IAS have scientific priorities they will focus on more specifically.
The Fellows will benefit from the support and conducive scientific environment offered by the IAS, in an interdisciplinary cohort of fellows and in close relation to the local research potential. The fellows will be free to organize their work and conduct research as they wish.
Fellows Programme, KAICIID, Vienna, Austria. Deadline: varies by program (May or June 2021).
Exchange programmes across religious educational institutions only exist within a few countries around the world. In most countries, exchange does not exist due either to a lack of interest, a lack of resources, and/or a lack of diversity of religious institutions. KAICIID recognises the integral part of knowledge-sharing among religious education institutions that train future leaders. The Centre aims to connect these institutions and their select teachers to a network of an active transnational community of interreligious dialogue practitioners in order to advocate for peace. The KAICIID International Fellows Programm seeks to not only address these problems but also to network institutions that train religious leaders transnationally so that interreligious dialogue can become a common feature of any religious training, whatever the religion might be.
All documents for the 2021/2022 Latin American and the Caribbean Regional Fellows Programme must be submitted by 30 May 2021. All documents for the 2022 KAICIID International Fellows Programme must be submitted by 10 June 2021.
Collegium Helveticum, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland. Deadline: 30 April 2021 for Junior fellowships; no deadline for other types.
The Collegium Helveticum is pleased to share the new fellowship programme, starting at 1 September 2021. As an Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) run jointly by ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich and Zurich University of the Arts, the Collegium seeks to promote exchange and collaboration across disciplinary boundaries. Up to eight scholars and artists will have the opportunity to spend 10 months in 2021/22 as junior fellows at the Collegium Helveticum, located in the ETH Zurich’s historical observatory («Semper Observatory»).
The call is open for early-career researchers working in any academic or artistic disciplines at postdoc or equivalent level (for artists). Junior fellows receive a grant in the form of a full-salaried post at ETH Zurich. The fellows will be able to pursue individual projects and become part of the Collegium’s international network and fellow community. The Collegium’s work and meeting rooms, its new art and exhibition spaces and its various opportunities for exchange and interaction offer ideal conditions for a thriving culture of dialogue and a creative environment for innovative academic and artistic projects.
Fellowships, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH), University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK. Deadline: various, mostly April 30, 2021.
IASH is pleased to announce a new three-year project examining a variety of topics centred on decoloniality. The Institute Project on Decoloniality 2021-2024 (IPD ‘24) is now open for applications. The Institute and its partners warmly encourages Fellowship applications from scholars around the world, exploring issues including but not limited to: decolonising gender and sexuality, anticolonial and decolonial theory, race and racialisation, and Scotland’s role in the British Empire. As well as in-person Fellowships, the IASH is happy to accept applications for hybrid / remote-working Fellowships for applicants who are unable to travel to Edinburgh. It is important to note that they still welcome applications on all topics and in all areas of the arts, humanities and social sciences to continue IASH’s traditional interdisciplinary work across disciplines, alongside IPD’24.
Junior/Senior individual and tandem fellowships, Maria Sibylla Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa (MIASA), University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana. Deadline: March 31, 2021.
The Maria Sibylla Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa (MIASA) offers five Individual Fellowships (Junior/ Senior) for 3-5 months each, and one Tandem Fellowship (Junior/ Senior) for two fellows for 3-5 months each at the University of Ghana for the period between 15 January and 31 July 2022. Individual fellowships will allow researchers to conduct a project of their own choice. These projects can be of an opening, continuing, or closing nature. The successful applicants will become MIASA Fellows with all the corresponding rights and obligations for the agreed fellowship period. The tandem fellowship will allow the researchers who are teaming up to pursue a joint academic project, which can be of an opening, continuing, or closing nature. Two researchers – one from Africa and one from Germany – will work in a collaborative manner on a particular research topic in the Humanities and Social Sciences, addressing in one way or another MIASA’s overarching aims. Their joint application must highlight the additional academic value of their cooperation. The application should also define the objectives and anticipated outcomes of their collaboration. The successful applicants will become MIASA Fellows with all the corresponding rights and obligations for the requested funding period.
AIAS-COFUND II Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowships 2021-2022, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. Deadline: 15 January 2021.
Up to 15 AIAS-COFUND fellowships are available for the most talented researchers from around the world and within all research disciplines and topics. The scheme is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (grant agreement no 754513) and Aarhus University Research Foundation.
There are two types of fellowships:
* AIAS-COFUND Junior Fellowships for postdoctoral researchers with a career experience of 2-10 years. Duration from 12-36 months.
* AIAS-COFUND Senior Fellowships for researchers with a career experience of 10+ years. Duration from 6-18 months.
Who can apply? The target group of the Programme is talented researchers at all career stages with a PhD and a minimum of two years of full-time postdoctoral research experience at the time of the application deadline
William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship for Minority Students, Washington, DC. Deadline: December 1, 2020.
The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation (PSI) in Washington, DC offers the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship to one student three times annually. The fellowship, which is based on academic excellence and need, is open to both undergraduate and graduate students of color. The Hearst Fellow serves as an intern with PSI in the Washington, DC office of the Aspen Institute. Through this fellowship, PSI seeks to introduce a diverse group of students to issues and challenges affecting philanthropy, social enterprise, nonprofit organizations, and other actors in the social sector. Recipients may arrange with their colleges or universities to receive academic credit for this experience.
The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation seeks to inform and maximize the impact of grantmaking foundations, nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, and public-private partnerships through leadership development initiatives, convenings, and communications so that each can contribute to the good society at home and abroad.
Activities: In his/her/their internship, the Hearst Fellow undertakes research, writing, logistical, and administrative support for PSI’s leadership initiatives, public programs, and convenings. The Hearst Fellow normally serves as an intern with PSI in the Washington, DC office of the Aspen Institute, however, the Spring 2021 Fellow will work remotely. Fall and Winter/Spring fellows will work part-time (10-15 hours per week) and Summer fellows will be full-time. All travel and housing costs must be covered by the student.
Fellowships (for dissertation students, researchers, and artists) for opportunities in India, American Institute of Indian Studies. Deadline: November 15, 2020.
The American Institute of Indian Studies announces its 2020 fellowship competition and invites applications from scholars who wish to conduct their research in India. Junior fellowships are awarded to Ph.D. candidates to conduct research for their dissertations in India for up to eleven months. Senior fellowships are awarded to scholars who hold the Ph.D. degree for up to nine months of research in India. The AIIS also welcomes applications for its performing and creative arts fellowships from accomplished practitioners of the arts of India.
• Junior Fellowships are for graduate students conducting research for their doctoral dissertations in India.
• Senior Long- and Short-term Fellowships are for those holding the PhD degree.
• Performing and Creative Arts Fellowships are available to accomplished practitioners of the arts to conduct their projects in India.
The AIIS fellowship competition is not restricted to those from its member institutions. Non-U.S. citizens may apply as long as they are either graduate students or full-time faculty at colleges and universities in the United States. Approximately 35 fellowships are awarded each year.
AIIS also offers intensive, immersion-based language training in India to students from American universities. Summer and academic year programs focus on language acquisition and cultural understanding.