The African Studies Association of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has two members-nominated fellowships available for African scholars, with additional fellowships to be made available contingent on funding.
* Applicants must be based in a higher education institution or an organization on the African continent and should be able to demonstrate a scholarly commitment to work on issues affecting Africa.
* All applicants must be nominated by a current ASA member. If you are an applicant interested in the Program, you may consult the ASA’s Membership Directory to find and contact an ASA member who can nominate you.
* The nominating member must be willing to host and mentor the Fellow during their visit.
Number of Awards: 2 (with additional fellowships to be made available contingent on funding).
Value of the Program: Opportunities for academics and practitioners with a scholarly interest in Africa to travel to attend and present at the ASA Annual Meeting, visit institutions of higher learning in the United States, engage with academics working on Africa-related issues, and to explore opportunities for collaborative ventures.
How to Apply: Visit link below.