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Call for applications: fellowships and travel grant program of the American Institute for Southeast European Studies (AISEES)

The American Institute for Southeast European Studies (AISEES) is happy to announce this year's call of applications for its fellowship and travel grant program, designed to promote research by North American scholars in southeastern Europe and support scholars in southeastern Europe who wish to attend professional conferences in North America.

AISEES will award three fellowships of $3000.00 each to North American scholars and advanced graduate students to conduct research in one or more of the countries of southeastern Europe (see list below).  AISEES will also award three grants of $2500.00 each to scholars in southeastern Europe who wish to present a paper at a recognized scholarly meeting or conference in North America. AISEES will also award, in conjunction with the Balkan Heritage Foundation, one 1800 EUR (approx 2000 USD) scholarship, to be used to fund the cost of attending a 2020 Balkan Heritage Field School project.

Graduate/Postdoctorate Fellowship
Applications Due | April 1, 2020
Learn More: https://aisees.org/graduate-postdoctoral-fellowships/

Joint Balkan Heritage Foundation Grant
Applications Due | April 1, 2020
Learn More: https://aisees.org/fellowships-grants/aisees-2020-summer-scholarship-with-bhf/

Travel Grant
Applications Due | August 30, 2020
Learn More: https://aisees.org/travel-grants/

The American Institute for Southeast European Studies (AISEES) is an institution dedicated to facilitating academic research in Southeast Europe for North American scholars and collaboration between scholars from North America and countries situated in Southeast Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia).

The Institute is dedicated to research in the humanities and social sciences (in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, art history, communications, economics, epigraphy, ethnography, folklore, history, languages & linguistics, music, philology, among others), from prehistory through the modern age.

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