JOINTLY SPONSORED GRANTS
Fulbright-Austrian-Hungarian Joint Research Grant
LENGHT OF GRANT 4 months
STARTING DATE October (winter term) or March (summer term)
COMMENTS This grant is co-funded by the Austrian and the Hungarian Fulbright Commissons
Deadline: August 1
Length of Grant: 4 months: 2 months Austria and 2 months Hungary
Starting Date: Research should be completed between September 2018 and June 2019
Location: Applicants must arrange affiliations and include letters of invitation.
Benefits: 2 months using Austrian research grant schedule (Euro 2,200 per month for grantee only); two months using Hungarian researcher schedule (USD 2,200 per month; housing allowance of up to 90,000 forints per month and living allowance of up to 40,000 forints per month). Travel reimbursement of actual cost of the direct, most economical round-trip airfare for the grantee up to USD 1,500 (with costs shared by the Austrian and Hungarian Fulbright Commissions) and roundtrip rail travel Vienna-Budapest.
Language: Research may be in English, German, and/or Hungarian, as appropriate to the project.
Elegibility: All applicants must have US Citizenship.
(US Green Card, Permanent Residency or Residency Permit is not sufficient)
Qualifications: Open to faculty of all academic ranks. (Evidence of a scholarly research record after having obtained the terminal degree in the field of specialization for the proposed project is required. Applications from professionals outside academia will be considered.)
Grant Activity: Conduct research in Austria and Hungary in collaboration with Austrian and Hungarian specialists and scholars.
Specialization(s): Open to all disciplines and topics in the humanities and social sciences, provided that proposals have a strong bilateral Austrian-Hungarian or regional emphasis, including, but not limited to, the arts, economics, ecology, European integration, European Union expansion, geography, history (1526-present) and political science.
Comments: This award is cross-listed under Hungary in the CIES catalogue. For information, contact Ms. Abby Greenwell, 202.686.7872, agreenwell(at)cies.iie.org.
Recipients of this award
- Meredith Morton, Montserrat College of Art, 2015-2016
- Kristina Poznan, College of William and Mary, 2012-2013
- Barbara Lang, University of Houston, 2007-2008
- Paul Shore, Saint Louis University, 2006-2007
- Thomas Cooper, University of North Carolina, 2005-2006
- Tyrus Miller, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2004-2005
- Rebecca Houze, Northern Illinois University, 2003-2004