Visiting Research Fellowships 2016/2017
Next Deadline: 28 February 2016
- Visiting Research Fellowships Applications are invited for Visiting Research Fellowships of between two and six months. No limitation is placed on the area of research within the Humanities and Social Sciences. The Institute exists to foster interdisciplinary activities in the Humanities and Social Science and has a particular interest in using its visiting fellowships to build international collaborations.
- IASH-SSPS Visiting Research Fellowships
These Fellowships seek to encourage outstanding research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of Visiting Research Fellows together with academics in the School of Social and Political Science (SSPS). Fellows will be expected to work in collaboration with one or more members of SSPS academic staff, and to take an active part in IASH interdisciplinary events. For full details and application details, click on the link above.
- Environmental Humanities Visiting Research Fellowships
- The Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship, in association with the Centre for South Asian Studies
- The Daiches-Manning Memorial Fellowship for research on an eighteenth-century Scottish topic
- The David Hume Fellowship
- IASH Postdoctoral Bursaries (next application deadline: 30 April 2016)
- The Susan Manning Postdoctoral Fellowship (next application deadline: 30 April 2016)
University of Edinburgh Fellowships
- Distinguished Visiting Fellowships (honorary graduates of the University of Edinburgh)
- Nominated Fellowships (nominations from University of Edinburgh staff only)
- Sabbatical Fellowships (for University of Edinburgh staff only)
- 2017-2018 EURIAS Fellowship Programme
- American Philosophical Association Edinburgh Fellowship (application deadline 15 December each year)
- American Philosophical Society Franklin Research Grant (application deadline has passed. Was: 1 October 2015).
- IASH / Traverse Creative Fellowship (the next call for applications will be announced in early 2016)
- The Isabel Dalhousie Fellowship (awarded on an occasional basis)