Harvard professors' interests play a central role in determining our priorities and focus. We serve as a catalyst for research and teaching collaborations identified by or of interest to the University's faculty. Since our founding in 2006, over 230 faculty members from across Harvard have travelled to Brazil. Faculty services in São Paulo include meeting space for visitors, assistance in organizing substantive visits throughout Brazil that combine individual research meetings, fieldwork contacts, small group discussions and/or open events, and professional-quality videoconferencing.
- Cities Research Grants
- Collaborative Research Grants
- First-Step Faculty Travel Funds
- Haddad Distinguished Lecture
- Lemann Brazil Research Fund
- Matching Funds for External Grant Applications
- Partial Research Conference Funding
- Seminar Series and Working Groups
For questions regarding the application process or the eligibility criteria for any of these funding opportunities, please contact Juliana Deleo, Manager of the Brazil Studies Program at DRCLAS, at 617.495.5435.
If you are a Harvard professor interested in learning more about resources in Brazil, please contact the Brazil Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or +55 (11) 96621-2023.
If you would like to engage with the Brazil Studies Program in Cambridge, please contact Juliana Deleo.
For information about opportunities for Brazilian Visiting Scholars and Fellows at Harvard, please click here.