Memoria Romana

Ruhr-Universit├Ąt Bochum

Max Planck International Research Prize in the Humanities

The Max-Planck International Research Award Project

Memoria Romana

(http://www.utexas.edu/research/memoria)

announces effective 1 September, 2010:


[1] 8 International Doctoral Fellowships


on subjects relating to memory and memorialization in the areas of Roman history, literature, archaeology, art, and religion, with a tenure of one year and the possibility of renewal for a second year. Recipients can pursue their research at any location of their choice but will collaborate with Prof. Karl Galinsky and come to Austin or Bochum periodically for colloquia and discussion with other recipients. Costs of such travel will be defrayed by the Project.


[2] International Research Stipends primarily for younger scholars


to support projects in the same subject areas. These are subventions of maximally $5,000 especially for projects leading to publication. They may include, e.g., travel to museums, libraries, and archaeological sites.


Applicants from all countries are eligible for these awards. More information about the requirements and application procedures can be found here.


Applications will be considered every three months. Deadlines for receiving applications are 1 November 2010, 1 February 2011, 1 May 2011, 1 August 2011, and 15 December 2011. Applications should be sent to Ms. Sarah Davies electronically (s_davies@mail.utexas.edu) or by mail:


Max-Planck Award Project

Department of Classics C3400

University of Texas at Austin

Austin, TX 78712-0308

USA


For further information, please contact Ms. Davies or Prof. Karl Galinsky (galinsky@mail.utexas.edu). The grant project will be continued until 2012.


Last update: Sept. 26, 2011 (s_davies@mail.utexas.edu)

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