These are sources that don’t depend on student status to apply for funding, but they could also be used by students! MicroPasts – Progressive crowd-sourcing platform for conducting, designing, and funding research into the human past Heritage Portal funding – Listing of heritage funding resources Fellowships, Grants, and Scholarships at AIA […]

General Funding Sources

ArchPostgrad – Frequently updated blog listing postdoctoral fellowships in archaeology Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Postdoctoral Fellowship – Postdoctoral study and teaching program School for Advanced Research Scholars – Resident and summer scholars fellowships for writing already-completed social sciences, humanities, and Native arts research W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research Fellowships – […]

Postdoctoral Funding – a beginning list

For each congress, WAC provides Travel Support for students, Indigenous people, and WAC members from economically disadvantaged countries (Rate B) wanting to attend the Congress. Go here to find out about travel support for WAC-8. Similarly to WAC, many conferences around the world provide travel awards to assist students with […]

Funding for Conference Travel

The Field Museum (Chicago) Research Scholarships – Fellowships, internships, and scholarships for all undergraduates, graduate students, and short-term collection researchers at the Field Museum Smithsonian Native American Community Scholars and Visiting Student Awards – For Native American students pursuing research related to Native American resources at the Smithsonian Institution, provides stipend, possible travel allowance, and […]

Funding for Collections Research – a beginning list