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The program is open to a range of methodologies, including research in archives and manuscript collections, fieldwork and surveys, and quantitative data collection. The program is open to graduate students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences--regardless of citizenship--enrolled in PhD programs in the United States.
Applicants must complete all PhD requirements except on-site research by the time the fellowship begins. Proposals that identify the United States as a case for comparative inquiry are welcome; however, proposals which focus predominantly or exclusively on the United States are not eligible.
The IDRF program provides support for nine to twelve months of dissertation research. Applicants from select humanities disciplines are eligible to apply for a shorter international component within the nine to twelve months of support.
Click here for more details. Our goal is to remain a national and world leader in research on the growth and structure of human populations and on the role of socioeconomic stratification and human and social diversity on the health of populations.
The PSC is characterized by strong continuity in the production of high-quality research on demography, population-based studies of health and human development, and behavioral and social science approaches to sexually transmitted diseases and reproductive health.Holly Miowak Guise (Andrew W.
Mellon NASI Digital Knowledge Sharing Fellow) is a History Ph.D. candidate at Yale University completing her dissertation on World War II Alaska Native history. Born in Anchorage, and Iñupiaq with family from Unalakleet, her research travels have carried her across Alaska.
Mission The Foundation endeavors to strengthen, promote, and, where necessary, defend the contributions of the humanities and the arts to human flourishing and to the well-being of diverse and democratic societies.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Dissertation Fellowship Program was created for Alaska Native and Pacific Islander scholars and others committed to the advancement of Indigenous Alaskan and Pacific Islander history and culture. Two Dissertation Year Fellowships are available for the academic year – in connection with a year-long Sawyer Seminar on Literature & Culture and Linguistic Anthropology funded by the Andrew W.
Mellon Foundation. Each Fellow will receive a salary of $28, (plus California resident tuition and fees, but not nonresident supplemental. reports of their work to their graduate program directors and to the Mellon Graduate Fellowship Committee.
These individual reports become part of the records we must present to Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Dissertation Fellowships. In addition to its defined grantmaking areas, the program provides funding for competitive fellowships and institutional awards.
Two of these programs, the New Directions Fellowships and the Sawyer Seminars on the Comparative Study of Cultures, are managed by Foundation staff. In addition, a number of Foundation-sponsored fellowships .