Yelena Biberman-Ocakli's new article entitled, 'Self-Defense Militias, Death Squads, and State Outsourcing of Violence in India and Turkey' just came out in the Journal of Strategic Studies. It is available at click here
AIPS is no longer accepting Fellowship applications. The deadline for applications was January 1, 2016 at 11:59PM. Please check back at a later date for available Fellowships.
There are two competitions. Regardless of which competition you are entering, you will follow the same application instructions.
A) US Citizen and enrolled/employed full-time with a US academic institution
B) Non-US Citizen and enrolled/employed full-time with a US academic institution (please note AIPS has limited funds for these fellowships)
** Note: If you are not enrolled/affiliated with a US institution - there are no AIPS fellowship opportunities at this time.
The amount of the stipends will be comparable to Fulbright Awards and will be determined by the Fellowships Committee based on availability of funds and current rates as defined by the U S State Department. Total fellowship support can range from $3,000 to $25,000.
Funding for long-term fellowships for US citizens is provided by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State through a grant from the Council of American Overseas Research Centers. When available funding for long-term fellowships for non-US citizens is provided by unrestricted funds. All applications will undergo a competitive review. The review committee may prioritize applicants who have not received an AIPS fellowship in the prior two years.
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Preference is given when awarding Fellowships to those who have not had a previous AIPS grant in the previous two years