The CHS Fellowships in Hellenic Studies encourages and supports postdoctoral research of the highest quality on topics related to ancient Greek civilization. The program offers options for individual and collaborative proposals, and provides for flexibility in terms of residency at the CHS (Washington, DC) and levels of financial support. The program aims to foster interaction among researchers from diverse academic backgrounds and regions of the world. Accordingly, the CHS welcomes both projects with a traditional disciplinary basis in classics, and those that adopt interdisciplinary approaches drawn from fields across the humanities, social sciences, and/or natural sciences.
The prerequisite for a fellowship is a PhD degree in Classics or a related field. Applicants may not apply to both the Fellowships in Hellenic Studies Program in Washington, DC and to the Early Career Fellowships in Hellenic Studies Program in Greece and Cyprus during the same application cycle. Fellows are encouraged to document the evolution of their projects and share their work in progress. All fellows are asked to submit a profile for publication on the CHS website and complete a survey at the end of their appointment.