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[ALST-L] Fwd: ALBSA: More opportunities

Besnik Pula besnik at alb-net.com
Tue Sep 28 00:05:56 EDT 1999


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Date: Mon, 27 Sep 1999 14:03:21 -0700 (PDT)
From: Agron Alibali <aalibali at yahoo.com>
Subject: ALBSA: More opportunities
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East European Studies Programs


COMPETITIONS
TO BE HELD
IN 1999-2000


General
Information

Fellowships for East European Studies are for research
in the social sciences and humanities relating to
Albania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia,
Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia,
and the successor states of the former Yugoslavia.
Proposals dealing with Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, and
the former Yugoslavia are particularly encouraged.
These programs are intended to support research
undertaken outside East Europe, although short visits
to the area may be proposed as part of a coherent
program primarily based elsewhere.

The East European Studies programs are supported by
funding from the U.S. Department of State/Research and
Training for Eastern Europe and the Independent States
of the Former Soviet Union Act of 1983 (Title VIII).



Fellowships for Postdoctoral Research in East European
Studies: Eligibility Guidelines



ïMaximum award: $25,000 ïTenure: six to twelve
consecutive months between July 1, 2000 and September
1, 2001. ïDeadline for posting completed applications:
November 1, 1999. ïDecisions will be announced in late
April 2000. ïApproximately 5-7 fellowships will be
available.

The Postdoctoral Fellowships require:

ïUS citizenship or permanent resident status. ïa Ph.D.
degree granted by the program deadline date, or its
equivalent as demonstrated by professional experience
and publications. ï6 to 12 consecutive months devoted
to full-time research and writing.




Fellowships for Dissertation Research/Writing in East
European Studies: Eligibility Guidelines



ïMaximum award: $15,000 ïTenure: One year beginning
June 2000. ïDeadline for posting completed
applications: November 1, 1999. ïDecisions will be
announced in late April 2000. ïApproximately 10
fellowships will be available.

The Dissertation Fellowships support an academic year
of dissertation research and writing and require:

ïUS citizenship or permanent resident status. ïan
academic year (9-12 months) devoted solely to work on
the dissertation.




East European Language Training Grants

Four to six grants of $10,000 each will be available
to US institutions to support intensive summer 2000
course instruction in the languages of East Europe
(except those of the Commonwealth of Independent
States). Applications are encouraged for support of
either beginning or intermediate classes. The deadline
will be December 15, 1999, and application
instructions should be requested from the ACLS grants
office. GRANTS TO INDIVIDUAL SCHOLARS ARE NOT
AVAILABLE.







Go to ACLS Application Registration to
request/download forms.
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