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Research Fields TEST Arabic studies
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Eligibility The American Institute for Yemeni Studies annually holds two competitions for fellowship programs supporting in-country residence and research in Yemen, one for U.S. citizens and one for citizens of the Republic of Yemen, funded by grants from the State Department's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Value The program offers a stipend up to $11,500 to cover the costs of conducting the scholar's research project for two to three months, including travel, living expenses, and work-related costs.
Currency Canadian
Tenable at Sana'a Yemen
Deadlines November 15
Application Details Visit the American Institute for Yemeni Studies at http://www.aiys.org/fellowships.html for application details. Contact:
In the U.S.: Maria deJ. Ellis Ph.D., Executive Director, American Institute for Yemeni Studies, P.O. Box 311, Ardmore PA 19003-0311 Phone: (610) 896-5412, fax (610) 896-9049 E-mail: aiys@aiys.org
In Yemen: Stephen J. Steinbeiser J.D., Resident Director, American Institute for Yemeni Studies, P.O. Box 2658, Sana'a, Republic of Yemen, Phone: (967)-1-278-816, fax (967)-1-285-071 E-mail: aiysyem@y.net.ye
Updated: January 25, 2012

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