and Research in Germany
Sciences and Related Disciplines, Fellowship Program
by the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation in the Republic of Germany
Description of the Program: The program is intended to provide
an opportunity for qualified American university graduates and
post doctoral scholars in the social sciences and related disciplines
(sociology, political science, economics, history) to familiarize
themselves with the current state of research in their field in
the Federal Republic of Germany and to conduct independent research.
Applicants should have a special interest in contemporary or past
German or European affairs and/or German-American relations (particularly
addition, the program is designed to promote an exchange of information
and opinions between Americans and Germans on social and political
topics. For this reason, applicants will be expected to show an
ability and willingness to engage in political dialogue.
Friedrich-Ebert Foundation will be able to provide about 15 study
and research fellowship for the academic year 2002-2003. There
are three types of fellowships being offered on an open competitive
basis: Pre-Dissertation/Advanced Graduate Fellowships; Doctoral
Research Fellowships; and Post-Doctoral/Young Scholar Fellowships.
The closing date for the submission of applications for the academic
year 2002-2003 is February 28, 2002.
information and the application form are available on the foundation's
web site at: www.fesny.org.
M. Randolph, Executive Director, Office of International Programs