CES Resource Guides
Designed to aid the study of Europe at all levels, the new CES Resource Guides series is an invaluable reference tool for scholars of Europe. The CES Resource Guides series publishes semiannually, with its first issue offering information about funding opportunities for students, scholars, faculty, and organizations. Forthcoming issues will feature guides to local research centers in Europe and North America as well as resource guides for institutions. This new series offers an exciting look at opportunities available to Europeanists and highlights the importance of continued support for scholars of Europe.
Titles in the Series
Guide to Grants & Fellowships for Europeanists (2013 Edition) (Available now)
The Council for European Studies' Guide to Grants & Fellowships for Europeanists is the most comprehensive compendium of funding opportunities for humanists and social scientists engaged in the study of Europe. Available exclusively to members of the Council, the Guide is updated annually and has been organized to facilitate ease-of-use. Fully searchable, this Guide is multiply indexed with information categorized by type of award, phase of study, area of geographic interest, and subject.
Guide to Institutions Focused on the Study of Europe: A Directory of Centers, Institutes, Professional Organizations, Think Tanks, and NGOs focused on the study of Europe. (2014 Edition) (Available now)
The Council for European Studies' Guide to Institutions Focused on the Study of Europe is one-of-a-kind. Designed to provide a global listing of the most important research centers, institutes, think tanks, and foundations focused on European Studies, the guide is being published for the first time in 2014. Building on the Council's extensive knowledge of international European Studies, the first edition of the Guide contains almost 300 institution listings and will be revised and expanded annually. This promises to make it an indispensable tool for scholars, students, policy-makers and administrators interested in keeping abreast of the institutional resources available to support research on Europe.