The University of Michigan's Center for Armenian Studies (CAS) serves students, faculty, and the broader community by furthering the understanding of the history and culture of Armenian societies worldwide through pioneering research, innovative instruction, and a commitment to building partnerships on campus and beyond. Through its work in the United States and abroad, CAS strives to contribute to the scholarly analysis and understanding of the challenges the Armenian people have faced across the globe. Our intellectual mission is to engage in critical Armenian Studies as an interdisciplinary endeavor and to contribute to broader thematic and topical discussions including but not exclusive to history, memory and politics, literary and cultural studies, gender and sexuality studies, childhood studies, human rights, genocide studies, diaspora studies, Mediterranean studies, materiality, nation, and nationalism.
A successful applicant’s work should speak to the global, interdisciplinary, and multidimensional vision of CAS and contribute to broader thematic and topical discussions that are at the heart of the center's intellectual mission. Please find more detailed information for each fellowship below.
Manoogian Foundation Postdoctoral and Visiting Scholar Fellowships are made possible by a generous gift from the Alex and Marie Manoogian Foundation.
Learn more about our current and past Manoogian Fellows here.
The Center for Armenian Studies is not currently accepting applications for visiting scholars.
Fellowships for Postdoctoral Scholars