Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowships (writing) provide up to $40,000 towards the writing-up of already completed research. The fellowship is awarded to early career scholars, who frequently lack the time and resources they need to publish their work. Applicants should be no more than ten years beyond their PhD, with allowances made for periods of caregiving, and have a doctorate in anthropology or an equivalent field. A maximum of eight Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowships are awarded annually. Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowships are nonrenewable, and provide US $40,000 of financial support for twelve months of continuous full-time writing. Applicants requesting shorter time periods will receive a pro-rated award as appropriate (e.g., a six-month project would be awarded $20,000). Applicants must submit their applications using the Foundation's online application submission procedure. Applicants should be no more than ten years beyond their PhD, with allowances made for periods of caregiving, and have a doctorate in anthropology or an equivalent field. Non-US citizens should read the information on US visa requirements for Non-US citizens who are present or coming to the United States as part of their research project. If it is not possible to submit your application online because of inadequate internet access in your country of origin, you must notify the Foundation at least one week before the deadline to arrange to submit an application by conventional mail. (firstname.lastname@example.org). We cannot accept applications that are e-mailed or faxed to the Foundation. The online portal is open for applications two months before the application deadline. Further conditions, paperwork procedures, and final report documentations are listed extensively in the scholarship site, please see.
Low Amount Awarded
a graduate student or a postgraduate student
Must not be attending high school currently
Restricted to students studying
How to Apply
What you'll need:
Other - Abstract, Resubmission statement, Bibliography, Curriculum Vitae