Short-Term Visiting Fellowships

Short-Term Visiting Research Fellowships are 2-6 week fellowships for researchers and academics working in fields that advance AIER’s mission and research focus.

These fellowships provide an opportunity for researchers to collaborate, write, and work on a project. We have worked closely with scholars in economics, political science, philosophy, history, law, and other areas.

Each Visiting Fellow is expected to present their research to AIER staff and visitors, and to the general public through written pieces for AIER’s website.

Visiting Research Fellows should expect a collegial environment where Visitors and AIER faculty collaborate, provide feedback and engage with each other’s research and ideas. Each Visiting Fellow should leave AIER having made substantive progress on their project as well as having built longer-term relationships with other visitors and AIER Faculty.

Anthony Gill

“The physical and intellectual environment at AIER is a scholar’s dream. The ability to associate freely with some of the most creative minds in economics, history, and other social sciences in an atmosphere that encourages peaceful reflection allowed me to go from having one research project to having a burgeoning research agenda.”

Dr. Anthony Gill Professor at the University of Washington

Fellowship Details

Short Term Visiting Research Fellowship applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

Compensation

Short-Term Visiting Research Fellows receive a $350 per week living stipend.

Accommodations and Meals

Housing is provided in the AIER manor or cottages right on campus, close to the beautiful town of Great Barrington. Lunch is provided for AIER staff, fellows, and interns every workday.