Announcement: Winner of ASA's Academic Publication Grant

The Board of Directors of the Assyrian Studies Association is pleased to announce that the Academic Publication Grant (APG) winner of $2,000 has been awarded to Sanherib Ninos to conduct original research on Assyrian culture and/or heritage. The Academic Publication Grant awards up to $2,000 for scholars for a feasible research project on Assyrian–related topics in the humanities and social sciences. 

The APG main goal is to support research that deepens the rich understanding of Assyrian culture and heritage for future generations to come. "Our grant enables awardees to pursue the important work of engaging new audiences in conversations about the Assyrian people. We encourage scholars from around the world to highlight Assyrians in the academic world and showcase our rich culture and heritage in doing so," said Alexandra Lazar, Executive Director of Assyrian Studies Association.

The Assyrian Studies Association's next grant, Popular & Children's Book Grant is currently open. The deadline for the grant is December 1, 2020.

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The Assyrian Studies Association promotes interest in and scholarly study of Assyrians and Assyria. It provides means for the publication of scholarly research and other materials designed to promote Assyrian studies. It promotes cooperative activities and exchange of information within the field and facilitates contact between scholars and scholarly organizations. 


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