CHS/DAI Joint Fellowships

The Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) offers fellowship opportunities and what the winners will receive are appointments for one year and receive access to the electronic resources of the Harvard library system for the duration of their fellowship.

The purpose of the fellowship program is to encourage and support the highest quality students interested in ancient Greek civilization.

Full Description

The scholarship is available thanks to the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) and the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI).

The Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) application process opens in September and that is the moment when the application forms become available on the scholarship provider’s official website.

Applicants will receive notification of the selection committee’s decision in February.

The stipend consists of two different parts from the DAI and the CHS: 7,500€, distributed in monthly installments during their stay in the BRD, and a stipend of $18,000, paid in a lump sum at the beginning of their term in the US.

Who's eligible?

Two fellowships are offered to researchers studying ancient Greece or societies that interacted with the ancient Greeks.

The CHS and the DAI will support the work of fellows who can demonstrate the potential for scholarly achievement as illustrated by the merits of their projects and can document their capacity to realize significant outcomes as indicated by their academic records, prior publications, and supporting letters.

Prerequisites for fellowships are a Ph.D. degree and professional competence as documented by published work in the study of ancient Greece or societies that interacted with the ancient Greeks.

How to Apply

It is significant that each eligible applicant is familiar with the application information and timeline.

The deadline for submitting applications is October 16, while recommendation letters are due by October 23.

As part of the application process, applicants will upload three documents in PDF format:

  1. A detailed but brief research proposal of no more than 1,000 words.
  2. A curriculum vitae listing your recent publications and presentations, and
  3. A sample of published work of no more than 10,000 words.

Applicants will also need to provide the names and contact information for three references so that the CHS can ask for the letters from references once an applicant has submitted an application.

Scholarship listed under: Philosophy Scholarships

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