Support our work

The Institute is extremely grateful to those who have provided funding in the past and those who continue to fund its activities.  We are constantly seeking to expand our activities and the opportunities offered to the Fellows.

If you would be interested in supporting the work of the Institute, you might like to consider donating to one of the following:

  • The Susan Manning Postdoctoral Fellowship
    An annual Fellowship in memory of Professor Susan Manning, IASH Director from 2005-13.  This fellowship reflects her many interdisciplinary interests alongside her commitment and enthusiasm for mentoring younger scholars.
    To make a donation, click on one of the links below:
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  • The David Hume Fellowship
    An annual Fellowship of six months for an established scholar in any aspect of Hume studies We are most grateful for the funding provided by The Hume Society, The Scots Philosophical Association, and IASH Fellows and supporters which means we are able to offer the Fellowship for five years.  We are looking for additional funding to enable us to develop the fellowship for many years to come.  If you would like to donate to the Fellowship please contact the Director or email
  • The Daiches-Manning Memorial Fellowship in Eighteenth Century Scottish Studies
    The fellowship is the result of a collaboration between the Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society, the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh.  It is being established to honour two eminent and much-missed scholars of eighteenth-century Scottish literature and culture: David Daiches (1912–2005) and Susan Manning (1953–2013), both former Directors of IASH.  For further information about the fellowship click here. To make a donation, click on one of the links below:
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  • IASH General Funds
    IASH has provided a space and academic home to over 1,200 scholars from more than 65 nations around the world. We are keen to share the unique opportunity of joining the IASH scholarly community as broadly as possible, and would value any general support for international scholarships or any other part of the work of IASH.
    Please contact the Director or email