Normally, we expect the applicant and co-applicant(s) to work together at the research site, but other patterns of collaboration can be considered and should be addressed in the preliminary inquiry.
Usually yes. But in some cases "equivalent experience" can substitute for the doctorate, and applicants must make the case for this exception in their application.
No. As long as the research questions are anthropological, the program encourages collaborations with related disciplines where the project goals require it.
Below is information on US tax issues and the Foundation's tax reporting requirements. Please note that Wenner-Gren Foundation grants and fellowships are "non-service" payments and do not represent compensation for past, present, or future services.
I. Non-US Persons
Requests for translation, photography and filmmaking (not related to an academic research project), publication assistance, and support for institutions or non-governmental (NGO) projects lie outside of the Foundation's remit and are not considered for funding.
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