Spain-Greece Joint Teaching/Research Award

Spain-Greece Joint Teaching/Research Award


Number of Awards

Category Research, Teaching or Teaching/Research

Award Activity Teaching, preferably at graduate level; conducting research and/or collaborating with colleagues at Spanish and Greek academic and research institutions; or a combination of both.

Activities may include presenting lectures, seminars and workshops as arranged by host institutions or the Fulbright Commissions.

Spain and Greece share historical and cultural links dating back to ancient times. These include the Sephardic Jewish community of Greece (with its Ladino language and musical traditions), as well as the renowned Renaissance painter Domenikos Theotokopoulos, better known as El Greco. Comparative research projects on Greece and Spain may address current or historical issues, and/or specific fields of study. History, culture or current social, economic and political issues are just some of the areas that might be conducive to a comparative Fulbright approach.

In addition to being a prestigious academic exchange program, the Fulbright Program is a public diplomacy initiative designed to expand and strengthen relationships between the people of the United States and citizens of other nations. To support this mission, Fulbright Scholars will be asked to give public talks, mentor students, and otherwise engage with the host community, in addition to their primary activities.

Award Length and Period Maximum of seven months, with a minimum of three months in each country.  September 2025 to June 2026

Locations Detail Spanish and Greek universities, institutions of higher education, cultural or research centers.

Disciplines Only applications in the following disciplines will be considered: Archaeology, Architecture, Area Studies (non-U.S.), Arts, Art History, Dance, Economics, History (non-U.S.), Literature (non-U.S.), Music, Political Science and Drama/Theater

Areas of Interest Special consideration will be given to projects related to Greece and Spain: archaeology, classical studies, economics, emigration, history and art history, political science, preservation of cultural heritage, tourism, and the arts.  Projects that are comparative in nature and address issues linking Spain and Greece are encouraged.

Application Deadline September 16, 2024

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