We will use this page to post links to funding opportunities for scholars in the sociology of religion.  We will pay particular attention to sources that are available on a regular basis.

We will post notices of irregular sources, one-time sources, and the like on our blog.  (Click HERE to visit our blog.)

Funding from Scholarly Organizations focused on the Sociology of Religion

Other Organizations:

  • American Council of Learned Societies
    Their website claims that: “The ACLS continues to be the leading private institution supporting scholars in the humanities and related social sciences at the doctoral and postdoctoral levels.”  They distribute some $15 million in grants and awards each year.
  • Alexander von Humbolt Foundation
    (from their website): “aims at strengthening regional and interdisciplinary networking between the scientists and scholars sponsored by the foundation, at supporting worldwide contacts and at introducing young scientists to the work of the Humboldt Foundation and to research in Germany.”
    “The program each year enables 500 young highly qualified scholars resident outside Germany who hold doctorates to carry out research projects of their own choice in Germany (age limit: 40 years).  Submission Deadline: Anytime”

Please send notices to one of our officers (click HERE for a contact list).  We will post them either here or on our blog.