Nonresidential grants allow scholars in art history, or directly allied fields the flexibility to pursue their research wherever necessary, not necessarily at the Research Library at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles.
Asian Art Grants support programs, exhibits, or publications to improve understanding of Asian fine arts in the US. Limited to China, Japan, Korea, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Tibet, Philippines, and Mongolia. Fellowships for Advanced Asian Language Study are for those pursuing academic, professional, or business careers that involve a modern East or SE Asia language.
Supports exchanges between artists and arts organizations in the U.S. and in Central/Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia through three programs.
Provides long-term (six- to nine-month) residential fellowships for research in fields appropriate to the Folger’s collection (British and European literary, cultural, political, religious, and social history of the fifteenth to eighteenth centuries).
Support established researchers of all nationalities who are working on projects related to a specific theme in the arts, humanities, or social sciences.
Supports social scientists and humanists conducting dissertation field research in all areas and regions of the world. Applicants, regardless of citizenship, must be enrolled in a U.S. doctoral program and must have completed all coursework but the dissertation before the start of the fellowship.
Supports up to thirty visiting scholars for research on the Holocaust and genocide. Fields may include historiography and documentation, comparative genocide studies, and the impact of the Holocaust on contemporary society and culture. Disciplines may include history, political science, literature, philosophy, religion, sociology, psychology, and others.
Provides approximately twenty-eight fellowships of $18,000 each for one year of study on the ethical or religious values in all fields of the humanities and social sciences.
Provides $3,000 for dissertation research in women’s studies, including the evolution of women’s role in society, women in history, psychology of women, and women as portrayed in literature.
Supports fellows for up to two years of graduate study in any subject anywhere within the United States. Candidates for these fellowships must be either holders of Green Cards, naturalized citizens, or children of two naturalized citizen parents. This fellowship provides $20,000 maintenance and half tuition.
This one-year fellowship will be award for graduate-level research related to the study of the African Diaspora by graduate students enrolled in an accredited U.S. college or university.
Awards pre- and post-doctoral fellowships (up to $10,000). No disciplinary restrictions exist, but funds must support research costs incurred in Yemen. Emphasis on feasibility studies and/or research projects for individual or collaborative group projects. Fellowships for U.S-based scholars restricted to U.S. citizens. Applications for ten weeks of Arabic language study in Yemen must be related to a research interest in Yemen.
Provides assistance to researchers who wish to use the library’s collections, but who cannot finance a visit on their own. Most fellowships are restricted to doctoral candidates or post-doctoral researchers in the humanities.
A fellowship designed to promote scholarship in early American economy and society, from its colonial beginnings to roughly the 1850s. Carries a stipend of $18,000 tenable for nine consecutive months of residency.
Provides over two hundred fellowships averaging over $35,000 each to further the development of scholars and professionals in all fields (natural and social sciences, humanities, and creative arts), except the performing arts. Students are ineligible.
Organizations may apply for grant support from $1,000 to $10,000 for a maximum of three years for projects in the following areas: individual poets (selected by the poet laureate), developing the poetry audience, translation of poetry from languages not currently available to English readers, and the uses of poetry (dramatic, educational, therapeutic, etc.).
Offers substantial scholarships for the graduate education of young men and women of exceptional promise pursuing careers in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
The John Carter Brown Library offers graduate fellowships for advanced research in history and the humanities.
Offers future American educators graduate fellowships for one year of research and study in Japan.
Offers fellowships to assist doctoral students and recent PhDs in their research on the cultural, social, communal, and intellectual history of German-speaking Jewry.
Offers several different short-term and long-term graduate and postdoctoral fellowships.
Offers George J. Michell Scholarships to graduate students who want to study or conduct research at an Ireland university of their choice.
This list encompasses funding opportunities for graduate students of Chinese and Japanese art history.
Offers both graduate students and scholars the opportunity to study Greek civilization first-hand in Greece.
This site presents funding for students concerned with African Studies.