Archaeological Institute of America
November 1, 2024
The Harriet and Leon Pomerance Fellowship is designed to assist an individual in undertaking a scholarly project related to Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology. The project should take place between July 1 of the award year and the subsequent June 30. Preference will be given to applicants whose projects involve travel to the Mediterranean.
Eligible candidates must be U.S. or Canadian citizens actively pursuing an advanced degree at a North American College or University. Additionally, they must have maintained AIA membership (at the Graduate, Professional, or Retired level) in good standing for at least two consecutive years (or one year for graduate students) by the application deadline.
It is important to note that AIA fellowship funds cannot be utilized for institutional overhead, administrative recovery costs, or indirect costs associated with institutions.
If you have a passion for Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology, we encourage you to submit your application. Continue reading to find out more.
Applicants must either be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or Canada or be actively pursuing an advanced degree at a North American College or University.
Applicants should hold current AIA membership at the Graduate or Professional level.
Previous Pomerance Fellows are not eligible to apply.
Upon completion of the fellowship tenure, the recipient is required to submit a report on the utilization of the stipend to the Chair of the AIA Fellowships Committee.
About the Archaeological Institute of America
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is dedicated to advancing archaeological inquiry and promoting public understanding of the material record of human history. The organization aims to cultivate an appreciation for diverse cultures and shared humanity. The AIA provides support for archaeologists, their research, and the ethical practice of archaeology. It also educates people of all ages about the importance of archaeological discoveries and advocates for the preservation of the world’s archaeological heritage.