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2011-12 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship. CFDA 84.022A. Overview. Eligibility and Conditions The Process Preliminary Schedule & Deadlines Reviewer Comments Writing a Great Proposal Tips/Advice from Fellows Accepting & Activating the Grant. F-H DDRA Purpose.
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Contributes to the development and improvement of the study of modern foreign languages and area studies in the U.S. by supporting full-time dissertation research abroad.
Area studies – comprehensive study of society or societies, including their geography, history, culture, economy, politics, international relations and language.
East Central Europe & Eurasia
Central & South America
No funding for work in US or its territories or projects that focus on W. Europe except limited archival researchAbsolute Priority Areas
By June 18 – Meet with Georgia to discuss topic and work plan. Start on
Initiate affiliation, reference, language evaluation contacts
Obtain all graduate transcripts
Make Health Checkup appointment
Outline/Rough draft of narrative, bibliography, resume, abstract, budget
July 12 – Email a first draft to Shelley & Georgia
Aug 16 – Email a revised draft
Sept or early Oct - Application published
Register in e-grants as a student
Conduct Language Evaluation
Submit referee emails
Sept. 28 – Preliminary budget due to Grad College (excel spreadsheet)
Oct. 12 - Upload
Final Budget and Narrative
Graduate Transcripts turned in to PI
Letters of Affiliation
IRB Statement to Graduate College
Oct. 26 – ALL FINAL applications & references must be submitted/Final check
Final signed hard copy to Graduate College
Oct. 27-28 – Grad College submits to Sponsored Projects
Nov. 3 – UA Electronic Submission
Dates will be confirmed when final deadline is announcedPreliminary Deadlines
10 - Statement of major hypotheses or questions and description and justification of the research methods to be used
10 – Relation of the research to the literature on the topic and to major theoretical issues in the field, project’s originality and importance in terms of the concerns of the discipline
10 – Preliminary research already completed in the US & overseas or plans for such research prior to going overseas; kinds, quality and availability of date for the research in the host country or countries
10 – Justification for overseas field research, and preparations to establish appropriate and sufficient research contacts and affiliations abroad.
10 – Applicant’s plans to share results in progress and a copy of the dissertation with scholars and officials of the host country or countries
10 – Guidance and supervision of the dissertation advisor or committee at all stages of the project, from development, to understanding conditions abroad & acquainting applicant with research in the field.
Provide enough information so the referee can comment on your suitability & excellence; Provide dossier, direction, criteria, proposal
Copying & paper
Transformer for electronics
Batteries & recharger
Phone, FAX & internet service (cybercafe) fees
Surface travel within host countries
Fulbright Comm. presentations
Tuition & affiliation fees abroad
No equipment with a life greater than the project itself (rentals and purchases are disallowed)
No research assistants or translatorsPossible Research Project Costs
(disqualified if over 10 pages!)