IDRF fellows discuss Mark Carey's book In the Shadow of Melting Glaciers, based on his IDRF research and completed with support from the SSRC-IDRF Book Fellowship.
From Our Fellows
The SSRC has been providing funding to researchers at all stages of their academic and professional careers for more than 90 years. Through a highly competitive and rigorous peer-review process, the SSRC has awarded over 15,000 fellowships and grants to support research around the globe. From Our Fellows focuses on emerging research in the social sciences, including intersections with the humanities and natural sciences, by recipients of SSRC funding. The SSRC’s fellowships, grants, and prizes improve conditions for social science knowledge production worldwide.
The International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF) Photo Competition is offered every year to IDRF recipients. Prizes are awarded for the best single photo, the best self-portrait, and best photo essay following a vote by IDRF fellows and staff.
Written by Wazhmah Osman, an Afghan-American graduate student and a 2009 International Dissertation Research Fellowship recipient, this Research Snapshot examines the international community’s efforts at nation-building in Afghanistan. The Research Snapshots essay series is an initiative aimed at highlighting important and innovative research by SSRC fellows who are currently conducting or who have recently returned from doing international research.