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DAAD/AICGS Research Fellowship Program


Sponsored by: American Institute for Contemporary German Studies - (AICGS)
Amount: Up to $4,725 monthly stipend
Apply by: February 28
Description: Applicants must have a Ph.D. or be enrolled in a Ph.D. program and hold U.S. or German citizenship. The grant provides a research stay of two months at AICGS.
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Fellowships for Regular Program in Greece


Sponsored by: American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Amount: $11,500 plus housing, board and fees
Apply by: January 15
Description: Applicants must have completed at least one to two years of graduate study and must take exams in ancient Greek language, history and either literature or art and archaeology. Students must be able to read French, German, ancient Greek and Latin with an ability to also read modern Greek and Italian considered helpful. Applicants must be graduate students who are preparing for an advanced degree in classical and ancient Mediterranean studies or a related field. The fellowships provide study in Athens or Greece for nine months and may not be used for costs at the student's home institution.
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Short-Term Travel Grants (STG)


Sponsored by: International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Amount: Unknown
Apply by: February 6
Description: Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents for at least three consecutive years before applying for the grant and must hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree. The grant is for up to eight weeks for independent research projects. Projects must contribute to the knowledge of political, economic or cultural development of the region and how that knowledge is relevant to U.S. foreign policy.
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