Call for PhD Position in Late Antiquity: University of Lille, 2022-2025

Function and Meaning of Small Finds from Late Antique villae in Middle and Lower Danube Provinces within the MASLAP Project : Mutation of Architectural, Social and Landscape Space in the Mirror of Late Antique Peristyle Buildings along the Danube. The proposed PhD dissertation should focus on the small finds and inscriptions connected with Late Antique… Continue reading Call for PhD Position in Late Antiquity: University of Lille, 2022-2025

Call for nominations: The 2023 Dan David Prize

The Dan David Prize is the world’s largest history prize, annually awarding 9 prizes of $300,000 each to early and midcareer scholars and practitioners in the historical disciplines, to acknowledge their outstanding achievements and support future work. We are looking for researchers in disciplines such as history, archaeology, art history, digital humanities and human palaeontology,… Continue reading Call for nominations: The 2023 Dan David Prize

PhD Scholarship – TCD

IRC-SFI Pathway PhD Scholarship – Early Irish Hands The project studies early Irish palaeography and writing techniques based on manuscripts from the earliest stratum of Irish writing (550-900). It aims at contributing to a better understanding of the writing techniques used in early Irish scriptoria and to enable more accurate dating of early manuscripts through… Continue reading PhD Scholarship – TCD

3x Australian PhD RTP Scholarships – ACU

The Australian Catholic University is now accepting applications from prospective domestic and international candidates for study commencing prior to the census date in Research Term C 2022. Applications for all scholarships close at 23:59 24 April 2022 AEST.  Scholarship Value/Eligibility Criteria: A Research Training Program Stipend Scholarship of $28,854* per annum (indexed annually); and eitherA Research… Continue reading 3x Australian PhD RTP Scholarships – ACU

PhD (via MPhil) scholarship – University of Central Lancashire

Applications are invited for a PhD (via MPhil) studentship within the Centre for Field Archaeology and Forensic Taphonomy in the School of Natural Sciences. The studentship is tenable for up to 3 years full time (subject to satisfactory progress). The studentship will provide an annual stipend (living expenses) of £15,609 per year. Tuition fees at… Continue reading PhD (via MPhil) scholarship – University of Central Lancashire

DIAS 2022 Bergin Fellowship

The Bergin Fellowship Scheme at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) honours Professor Osborn J. Bergin, first director of the School of Celtic Studies, and one of the outstanding Irish scholars of his generation. The aims of the Bergin Fellowship Scheme are twofold. Firstly, to make available to promising researchers near the start of… Continue reading DIAS 2022 Bergin Fellowship

Resources for Scholars Affected by the War in Ukraine

Dear AEMA Gazette Subscribers, In a break from our regular programming, I wanted to share this excellent list of resources available to all scholars and academics who have been impacted by the war in Ukraine, as compiled by Yelena Kalinsky for the Feeding the Elephant Editorial Collective and reproduced here in full. Please email the… Continue reading Resources for Scholars Affected by the War in Ukraine

Laura Bassi Scholarships

Born in Bologna in 1711, Laura Bassi was the first woman to take up a professorship in Europe and the second to earn a doctorate. Her extraordinary career as an academic spanned nearly five decades, for much of which she was a galvanizing figure for the scientific culture of eighteenth century Europe. Bassi’s admirers included… Continue reading Laura Bassi Scholarships

Elaine Geering Scholarship in English Literature – Victoria University of Wellington

The scholarship aims to assist any Honours, Masters or PhD students undertaking courses/research in the English department at Victoria University of Wellington, or students who have completed their undergraduate studies at Victoria University of Wellington and are currently enrolled in postgraduate study of English at an approved overseas institution. The scholarship is offered to New… Continue reading Elaine Geering Scholarship in English Literature – Victoria University of Wellington

SMFS Rising Star Grant

The new grant program from the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship (SMFS) will support the work of BIPOC medieval scholars whose work addresses the intersections of two or more of the following areas: race, gender, sexuality, disability, and social justice. This award particularly seeks to support work focused on medieval law/legal discourse; the work of… Continue reading SMFS Rising Star Grant

Early-Career Research Fellowship – Cambridge University

Corpus Christi College invites applications for one Stipendiary Early-Career Research Fellowship tenable for four years from 1 October 2022. Eligible applicants are expected to be at an early stage of their career. If postdoctoral, this is defined as being within two years from the date of a successful viva voce examination. No applicant who has… Continue reading Early-Career Research Fellowship – Cambridge University

SSNS Bursaries and Grants

The Scottish Society for Northern Studies (SSNS) is offering funding for individuals and organisations over four categories. Associated institutions should be subscribers or at least two of the organisers should be members of the SSNS, and applications should include a brief project outline that demonstrates its relevance to the Society’s aims and objectives. Publication and Conference Grants… Continue reading SSNS Bursaries and Grants

PhD Scholarship – Loyola Institute

PhD Scholarship in Theology and the early Irish Church, Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin The Loyola Institute is pleased to announce a doctoral scholarship in theology and the early Irish Church. Proposals which focus on the Irish influence in Europe, its migration through monastic networks in continental Europe, and the influence of the gospel of… Continue reading PhD Scholarship – Loyola Institute

School of Classics Widening Access PhD Scholarship – University of St Andrews

The School of Classics would like to offer one scholarship to a 2022 entrant postgraduate research (PhD) Classics student for the duration of their three year course, with the aim of widening access to students from groups traditionally excluded or under-represented in academia. In making decisions about the award of the scholarship, we will give… Continue reading School of Classics Widening Access PhD Scholarship – University of St Andrews