Deadline: November 19, 2022
Applications are open for the APSA Diversity and Inclusion Advancing Research Grants for Indigenous Politics 2023. Grants will be awarded to support innovative research that center indigeneity-related theories and concepts or practitioner-informed theories within political science scholarship.
This application cycle, the grant will support scholars whose research focused on one or more of the following target research areas:
- Indigenous Studies
- Indigenous Political Science
- Tribal Governance
- Native Studies
- Grants will range between $2,000 – $2,500. Funds can be used to support access to data or archival records, paying undergraduate or graduate student research assistants, purchasing statistical software to facilitate research, costs associated with manuscript preparation, costs associated with travel for fieldwork or research site visits, and professional development activities such as skills or methods training acquisition.
- Applications are welcome from political science and Indigenous Politics scholars, faculty, students, and practitioners whose scholarship is focused on indigenous politics and political science.
- APSA especially encourages applications from individuals who presented a paper or iPoster at the 2022 APSA Annual Meeting that focused on theories and paradigms that are salient in the study of Indigenous political science, Indigenous Studies, or Indigenous Politics.
- Additionally, American Political Science Association (APSA) especially encourages applications from American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian individuals who meet the above eligibility requirements.
- All funded projects must be completed by December 31, 2023.
Applications are due by November 19, 2022. Email [email protected] with any questions about the programme.
For more information, visit APSA Research Grants.