American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) and Albright Institute offer awards for up to 1 year for Ph.D. candidates and postdocs to do research in Jerusalem.
The Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, located near the Old City of Jerusalem, includes a research library, workshops, computer facilities, and a residence with a hostel and apartments. The library, dedicated to ancient Near Eastern studies, contains more than 30,000 volumes, journal titles, and significant map and artifact collections.Eligibility & Requirements
Postdoctoral scholars applying for the Barton Fellowship must have received the Ph.D. within the last 5 years.
Applicants for the Frerichs Fellowship are open to doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars.
Applicants for the Educational and Cultural Affairs Fellowships (ECA), Junior Research Fellows are open to doctoral students and recent Ph.D. recipients.Academic Level
Current Graduate Student. Working on Doctoral Dissertation. Postdoctoral Scholar. Disciplines
Humanities. Social Sciences. Arts and Architecture. Specifically fields related to Near Eastern studies, including literature, art history, religion, archaeology, anthropology, biblical studies, historical geography, philology and religion, language, and related interdisciplinary fields.Agency
American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR)
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
Last Updated :: 07/06/2015
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