Non-residential offers

The Center for Urban History (Lviv), in cooperation with the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM, Vienna) and Körber-Stiftung (Hamburg): 4 fellowships for scholars in Ukraine affected by the Russian invasion and war. Topics: Documenting Russia’s 2022 war against Ukraine and Diversifying and Decentralizing Eastern Europe

The COST Programme provides funding for establishing research and innovation networks. All researchers, irrespective of their physical location, affiliated to Ukrainian legal entities, are eligible to receive COST funding. Researchers can apply for short-term research stays, Virtual Networking Tools and/or join any Action Working Group via an easy online procedure. Researchers, who are new to COST, are invited to explore the running COST Actions. Read here the COST statement about Ukraine

  • The European Research Network on Signal Transduction (ERNEST) has established an Emergency Fund for Ukrainian researchers and offers, in addition to its short-term scientific mission grants,
    • Virtual Mobility Grants for researchers who reside in Ukraine, to support collaborations with institutions participating in ERNEST COST Action on topics relevant to the network in a virtual setting. Examples of such collaborations include, but are not limited to online lectures, workshops, webinars, podcasts or research-related activities (computational, modeling). Start of the project: now; End of the project: 31 October 2022

The Danyliw Ukrainian Scholars in Times of War Seminar Series (University of Ottawa, Canada) will take the form of periodic Zoom webinars. Participants will be offered a US $1000 honorarium. The Danyliw Foundation sees this initiative as an opportunity to financially support scholars in Ukraine who are living through the war. The Seminar is open to a broad range of themes, such as personal experiences since the beginning of the war: life during war, humanitarian aid, human rights work, media activism, territorial defense, the complexities of caring for family and loved ones, conducting research under extreme conditions, etc. Others may wish to explore the impact of the war on research in the social sciences and humanities, such as rethinking

  • Identity politics, civil society, global security, the role of social media, etc.
  • Ukrainian/Russian history, narratives, representations in literature, etc.
  • How to approach Ukraine in Western academia and Slavic studies
  • Documenting war crimes, gathering testimony, cultural preservation, etc.

HURI & IWM Non-Residential Fellowships to Support Ukrainian Scholars:

  • Non-Residential Solidarity Fellowships for Ukrainian scholars in the humanities and social sciences who hold a PhD or its equivalent at the time of application and Ukrainian writers, artists, and public intellectuals whose work contributes to deeper international understanding of Ukrainian society. Recognizing the need for urgent support of Ukraine’s intellectual community in the face of Russia’s war of aggression, the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM, Vienna) and the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University (HURI) are partnering to offer non-residential fellowships for Ukrainian scholars, cultural figures, and public intellectuals. These fellowships provide a one-time stipend of 5000 EUR to support recipients’ intellectual activities. These fellowships provide a one-time stipend of 5000 EUR to support recipients’ intellectual activities.  The application period for the first round of Solidarity Fellowships will close at 23:59 CET on Thursday, 31 March 2022.
  • Non-Residential Documenting Ukraine Fellowships for Ukrainian scholars, journalists, cultural figures, and public intellectuals who are documenting the war and its consequences. Proposed projects might focus on establishing and preserving a factual record, through reporting, gathering published source material, or collecting oral testimony; or on bringing meaning to events through artistic interpretation and intellectual reflection. The application period is open immediately and applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. Please send a brief (1 paragraph) description of your intended activities, as well as the name and contact details of one person who can comment on your work, to ukraine@iwm.at with the subject “Documenting Ukraine.”

The Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut (KHI)offers its support to art historians, heritage scholars and professionals at risk, providing fellowships, also on a non-residential basis, adaptable to individual situations. Please contact: sahar@khi.fi.it or use the established networks of collaboration. In its concern about the destruction of Ukrainian cultural heritage (material and intangible), the KHI is ready to support the documentation, preservation, and protection of heritage at risk together with international partners.

The Max Planck Society:
The Shevchenko Scientific Society (USA) established the Shevchenko Emergency Fund and offers non-residential fellowships to scholars, writers, and artists located in Ukraine who need support in order to continue their work

The “Pauli Ukraine Project”: support for scientists who stay in Ukraine (upon nomination). The “Pauli Ukraine Project” brings financial support for Ukrainian colleagues in mathematics, physics, computer science and related (STEM) fields, who stay and continue research in these conditions. The Wolfgang Pauli Institute (also see the flyer) implements “Pauli scholarships” with a monthly flat rate of 1000 EUR (for “Postdocs” of all age) and 750 EUR for PhD students). The scholarship holder gets the money transferred to an account in Ukraine (bank transfer works well) without being obliged to be physically present in Austria. These “pre/postdoctoral research training” scholarships are within the frame and rules of the usual “WPI thematic programs” that the Austrian ministry of science (BM.BWF) co-funds. There is no broad open “call” since the available budget is small (initially 50 000 EUR) and since the WPI funding scheme requires the scholarship holder to fit into a “WPI thematic program” where one of the co- organisers has to propose potential grantees who work in the broad research field of the thematic program.

The Petro Jacyk Non-Resident Scholars Program will bring together Ukrainian scholars, public officials, advanced PhD students and public intellectuals to participate in regular virtual seminars moderated by a member of the University of Toronto faculty on a common theme related to the war and the rebuilding of Ukraine. Under “Ukrainian” we understand individuals who lived/worked in Ukraine and/or had a primary affiliation with a Ukrainian institution at the time the war started. The goal of the seminar will be for scholars, intellectuals, advanced PhD students and/or practitioners to complete and present on a scholarly/artistic/or public policy related project. Virtual engagements will run September-December 2022 and January-April 2023.  Preference will be given to applicants who intend to or currently remain in Ukraine.

Prisma Ukraïna Postdoc Fellowships 2022/23 offers up to five Postdoctoral Non-Resident Fellowships from 3 to 12 months, starting 1 October 2022. The Fellows shall constitute and participate in the research group Prisma Ukraïna: War, Migration and Memory that aims to establish a research group that works on the transformational effects of war and the dislocation of people’s memory and sense of belonging (of both those on the move and the receiving societies) through the prism of Ukraine and the experience of Ukrainians. Current massive displacement caused by Russian aggression both within the country and abroad poses many challenging issues and requires intensive ongoing scholarly collaboration and reflection.

A small grant program aiming to help scholars of Ukrainian cultural heritage: e-editiones and the TEI Consortium in collaboration with Archives Online and JinnTec announce this grant scheme to enable Ukrainian scholars who continue their work that has been disrupted by the russian invasion of Ukraine. EligibilityAny scholar who had to leave Ukraine or relocate within Ukrainian territory because of the war and is working on sources broadly conceived as textual cultural heritage and plans to make data and results openly available.

Programme for Scientists from Ukraine Cooperating with Scientists from Poland: The programme is aimed at supporting scientists from Ukraine representing social sciences and humanities in the implementation of joint scientific projects together with scientists from Poland that will deepen the knowledge on issues connected with the development of civil society, democracy, European integration and security. The projects must concern matters important to both countries. Deadline: September 30, 2022.