African Humanities Fellowship for nationals of sub-Saharan African countries

The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) African Humanities Program is happy to announce that application materials for the 2013-14 fellowship competition are now available online. To download the application documents, and for further information on this year’s competition, please visit http://www.acls.org/grants/Default.aspx?id=3210.

The application deadline is November 1, 2013. Applications should be submitted via email to ahp@acls.org. Late applications will not be accepted.

We encourage everyone to spread the word about this year’s competition and to contact ACLS with any questions about the application process. Queries can be directed to ahp@acls.org.

The African Humanities Program, funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, provides fellowships for scholars in the humanities who are nationals of sub-Saharan African countries. Dissertation fellowships to support the final year of writing are available to scholars affiliated with institutions of higher education and research in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Uganda. Early-career postdoctoral fellowships are available to scholars who are eight or fewer years past the Ph.D. and who are affiliated with institutions in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, and South Africa. The African Humanities Program supports research in any humanistic discipline, and invites applications from scholars working in any field in the humanities. For more information about the African Humanities Program, please visit us online at www.acls.org/programs/ahp or www.facebook.com/ACLS.AHP. To join the AHP mailing list, please contact ecsicsai@acls.org.

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