International Research Opportunities
In cooperation with the Newberry Library, IES offers one one-month research fellowship at the Newberry Library. All eligible IES faculty are encouraged to apply for this award. Recipients will have full access to the Newberry Library’s extensive collections in the areas of European discovery, exploration, and settlement of the Americas; American literature and history; the Renaissance; the French Revolution; Portuguese and Brazilian history; American Indian history and literature; the history of cartography; the history and theory of music; the history of printing; and early philology and linguistics. The target applicants for this fellowship are faculty whose research would benefit from access to the Newberry Library’s collection.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the German national agency for the support of international academic cooperation. It is an independent association of the German Universities, who elect its leadership. DAAD offers programs and funding for students, faculty, researchers and others in higher education. The agency provides financial support to over 50,000 individuals per year, as well as representing the German higher education system abroad, promoting Germany as an academic and research destination, and helping build ties between institutions around the world.
DAAD offers grants for one to three months in all academic disciplines to scholars at US and Canadian institutions of higher education to pursue research at universities, libraries, archives, institutes or laboratories in Germany. Grants are awarded for specific research projects and cannot be used for travel only, attendance at conferences or conventions, editorial meetings, lecture tours or extended guest professorships.
Please apply at least four months before your projected research stay in Germany and not much more than a year ahead.
For more information about the program, application procedure, and materials for download, click here.
The traditional Fulbright Scholar Program sends 800 U.S. faculty and professionals abroad each year. Grantees lecture and conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional fields.