Foundation / Corporation
Irene Levi Sala CARE Archaeological Foundation
Grants of up to $5,000 to USA, Canada, and International graduate students and up to $10,000 to postdoctoral scholars for research addressing the prehistory of Israel. Funding is available for research involving the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages, as well as studies in related fields.
Adjunct fields of research include paleoanthropology, Quaternary geology, palynology, faunal and ethnobotanical analyses, and others. Research in adjunct fields is limited to the Pleistocene and Holocene of Israel up to ca. 7,000 years BP.
The grants will cover expenses of field work and laboratory studies (paid by the hour or as monthly salaries), as well as specialist analyses (per unit) such as radiocarbon dating, palynology, etc. CARE will also cover travel expenses, including travel from foreign countries to Israel and back.
GrantWatch ID#: 174615
-Category A (Postdoctoral Scholars): Maximum $10,000
-Category B (Graduate Students): Maximum $5,000
The Foundation will consider support of long-term projects for up to three years, but the continuation of the funding will be subject to annual review and the receipt of satisfactory interim reports. Excavation applications will be granted only up to one or two years, to provide seed money, so that the applicants will be able to show preliminary results while applying to other funding agencies.
Category A: Postdoctoral scholars of various ranks affiliated with universities or other recognized institutions such as museums or research institutions.
Category B: Graduate students, including those who participate in MA or PhD programs. The name and signature of the student's principal advisor should be included in the application.
CARE generally will not cover travel expenses to attend international meetings, unless they are devoted largely, or entirely, to Near Eastern prehistory and, even for such meetings, CARE can only cover travel costs when its resources permit. CARE does not support conferences and workshops, and it also does not fund university tuition and fees for graduate study
All applicants should be explicit about the readiness of each expert mentioned in the application. Accordingly, include in the application a letter (or an e-mail message) from the experts indicating their agreement to take part in the project.
Applications should be sent, in digital format, to Prof. Anna Belfer-Cohen (see contact details below) and must be received no later than November 3, 2017.
Notifications will be issued March 31, 2018.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Prof. Anna Belfer-Cohen
Fax: (+972) 2-5825548 / (+972) 57-9556759
Office: (+972) 2-5882413
Home: (+972) 2-5648619
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