HURI launches non-residential fellowships to support Ukrainian scholars

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The Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute (HURI) is partnering with Vienna’s Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) to offer non-residential fellowships for Ukrainian scholars displaced as a result of Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine.

HURI and IWM is jointly awarding 20 fellowships to Ukrainian scholars, cultural figures, and public intellectuals. These 5,000-euro non-residential scholarships are intended to facilitate intellectual solidarity, the documentation of Russian aggression and Ukrainian experiences of war, and exploration of the Ukrainian cultural experience. Interested scholars should visit HURI’s website for more information on how to apply. Other institutions interested in assisting IWM in its efforts to provide non-residential fellowships are encouraged to contact the IWM directly at

Harvard’s Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs (OVPIA) continues to work with HURI and other centers and departments across the University to support the members of our community affected by the war in Ukraine. For more information on University responses and resources for students and scholars on and off campus, please visit Resources for Our Community Members Affected by the War in Ukraine.