Research, scholarship and funding opportunities

Please review the different funding / contest opportunities that are currently open.

Research4Life: Access to peer-reviewed content for institutions in lower income countries, areas and territories

Research4Life ( provides academic, government, research and not-for-profit institutions in lower income countries, areas and territories with online access to academic and professional peer-reviewed content. Research4Life aims to improve teaching, research and policy-making in health, agriculture, the environment and other life, physical and social sciences, including archaeology.

In the field of archaeology, publishers like Cambridge University Press, Elsevier, John Wiley & Sons (Books), John Wiley & Sons (Journals), Oxford University Press, SAGE Publishing, Taylor & Francis, Springer Nature, and University of Chicago Press make selected resources available via Research4Life. In addition to journal articles, books are also accessible.

Please note that only members of registered institutions have access to the relevant resources, so please contact your institution (not EAA) for further information.

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2024 – 2025 Getty Scholars Program at the Villa, “Anatolia – The Classical World in Context."
The 2024–2025 Getty Scholars Program at the Villa continues a two-year initiative on the interconnectivities that conditioned relations between Anatolian cultures and their Greek neighbors, and the consequent impact on the wider Mediterranean. Priority will be given to research projects that explore multidisciplinary approaches to art and material culture, texts, and other sources. 
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Apply by 2 October 2023
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July 2023