The Henry Luce Foundation is happy to announce that the American Council of Learned Societies is now accepting application for the 2022-23 Fellowship Competition. They are inviting scholars seeking funds for research, writing, and curriculum development. The application deadline for the program is November 2nd, 2022 9pm Eastern Time. Click here for more information or read below for information pertaining to eligibility and different research fellowships. If you have any question please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Applicants must be recent PhDs (within eight years of receiving the degree), pre-tenure, who intend to pursue careers in the US or Canada.
* Applicants must have a working knowledge of Chinese.
* Projects must employ humanistic approaches and methods.
In addition, flexible research fellowships will enable recent PhDs (without tenure and within eight years of the PhD), and with heavy teaching and service responsibilities, to carry out research and writing towards a scholarly text. These flexible, short-term awards may be used for access to online archives, travel, conference participation, childcare or other familial responsibilities, as well as other needs identified in the application essay. Award amount: $15,000 calculated as $5,000 per month for three months’ work accomplished over a twelve-month period. Short-term fellowships do not require leave from university responsibilities, and do not require the three months to run consecutively.
Long-term research fellowships will enable recent PhDs (without tenure and within eight years of the PhD) to take leaves from university responsibilities for four to nine months to carry out research and writing towards a scholarly text. During the fellowship tenure, which must consist of consecutive semesters or quarters, fellows must be on leave from teaching and service. Award amount: Minimum $20,000, maximum $45,000 calculated as $5,000 per month for four to nine months’ work accomplished full time, i.e., with leave from all university responsibilities