Applications are accepted between 20 November 2018 and 1 February 2019. Notifications will be made in May 2019.
All graduate students whose primary research focuses on an aspect of Byzantine studies are eligible. Applicants must have an approved dissertation project by the application date.
Applications will be evaluated using the following criteria:
- Significance: The extent to which the proposed dissertation research will make an original and important contribution to the field of inquiry it addresses.
- Approach: The extent to which the conceptual framework and methodology are clearly presented and appropriate for the proposed research.
- Need: The extent to which the funding will make a significant contribution toward the completion of the dissertation.
- Funds must be used between 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2020.
- Names of recipients and their projects will be published on the MJC website.
- Recipients will submit by 1 September 2020 a brief report (400–500 words) outlining the work accomplished during the grant period and explaining how the grant money was used.
- Recipients will submit by 1 September 2020 a précis (200–250 words) of her/his report highlighting the work accomplished during the grant period. The précis will be posted on the MJC website.
- In any publications resulting from the grant, the recipient will acknowledge the Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture.
- Grants may be combined with other funding sources.
- Funds awarded to international applicants may be subject to US tax withholding.
For questions about the grant, the application process, or reimbursement, contact Brandie Ratliff, Director, Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture.