The University of California – New Center for Psychoanalysis Interdisciplinary Psychoanalytic Consortium (UC-NCP IPC) annually funds up to two $10,000 fellowships to aid psychoanalytically informed research on the literary, cultural and humanistic expressions of genocide, racism, ethnocentrism, nationalism, inter-ethnic violence, and the Holocaust. The Hayman Fellowship Endowment supports studies in the psychodynamics of personal, group, and international crisis management, de-escalation, conflict resolution, and peace processes.
ELIGIBILITY: The fellowships are intended to provide for dissertation research in scholarly resources, archives, libraries, academic contacts, and to provide support for the final writing for publication of a project whose major research has been completed. Applicants should be advanced to candidacy for the doctorate in their graduate studies or be in a psychiatric residency or fellowship program.
Application for fellowships are announced annually, usually in February. Winners of the fellowship will be announced at the ANNUAL MEETING OF THE UC/NCP INTERDISCIPLINARY PSYCHOANALYTIC CONSORTIUM. For more information, contact us directly.
Previous Winners: For an overview of previous projects which have been awarded Hayman Fellowships, click here.