PhD RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP - Humanities Research Fellowship for the Study of the Arab World

New York University

United States

February 6, 2022

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PhD RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP - Humanities Research Fellowship for the Study of

the Arab World

New York University: NYU - Global: Abu Dhabi Location

Abu Dhabi

Open Date

Dec 16, 2019

Description

In collaboration with the research program Kawader, the Humanities Research Fellowship for the Study of the Arab World is launching short-term research fellowships to PhD students in their final year who wish to contribute to the vibrant research culture of NYUAD's Saadiyat campus (starting September 2020 or January 2021).

Proposals should relate to the study of the Arabic-speaking world, its rich intellectual, religious, and scientific history, its cultural and artistic heritage as expressed in traditional and new media, and its interaction with other cultures in the past and present. Furthermore, scholarship furthered by this program should be closely connected to the research profile of NYUAD's faculty in the Arts and Humanities.

During the research fellowship, PhD students will receive a competitive stipend, housing, work/office space on campus, full access to NYUAD's library facilities (with close connections to NYU's main library in New York), and a research allowance.

For questions, please email Alexandra Sandu, Assistant Director, Humanities Research Fellowships Program, at nyuad.humanities.fellowships@nyu.edu.

Application Process

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