Helena History Press has established an annual scholarship to be administered by the American Hungarian Educators Association ( AHEA).
Congratulations to the 2020 Recipient Teodóra Dömötör, Károli Gáspár University, Budapest.
The Helena History Press scholarship is an annual award that has been established by Helena History Press to recognize a scholar in any field of the humanities who specializes in scholarship related to or about Central and East Europe.
Eligible candidates must be current members of AHEA.
The field of humanities includes ancient and modern languages, literature, philosophy, history, human geography, law, politics, religion, and art.
- Prepare a narrative essay of up to 500 words on your research in any of the above fields including how funds from the award will be used to further your research.
- Submit a current CV [include 2 references whom we might contact].
- Join or be a member of AHEA.
The Awardee is expected to submit an abstract and present a paper on the topic of his/her research at a future AHEA conference.
How to Apply
Email Application Requirements (above) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Based on holistic review by an interdisciplinary review committee.
Announcement of Award
The award recipient will be notified within a month after the deadline for submissions. Subsequently the recipients will be publicly announced on the AHEA website and in the AHEA newsletter.
Deadline for Submissions
Award Funding and Frequency
This scholarship is awarded annually by AHEA through a generous donation from Helena History Press LLC.