The Israel Institute offers research grants
The Israel Institute offers research grants for substantive research on modern Israel. These grants facilitate the research and writing of books or scholarly articles that make an original contribution to the field of Israel Studies and promote a greater understanding of modern Israel. Areas of study include, but are not limited to, Israeli history, politics, economics, and law.
This program has two tracks:
Post-Doctoral Research Grants: These grants are available to scholars who have finished their doctoral work within the past three years and are currently engaged in a formal post-doctoral placement.
Faculty Research Grants: This program is intended for professional academics who have completed their doctoral and post-doctoral work and who are affiliated with an institute of higher learning or research institution.
The Institute offers grants of up to $8,000 per research project, which may be either individual or collective (group grant proposals should list the names of all researchers and designate a lead researcher.) Grants may be used to support travel, data collection, primary source translation, and more.
The deadline for applications is April 15, 2017.
For more details: https://www.israelinstitute.org/programs/research-grants