The Max-Planck-Institut’s Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence, Italy (KHI) and Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (ANAMED) are pleased to announce a joint fellowship for the 2019–2020 academic year to support Post-doctoral or Senior scholars conducting research on archaeology, architecture, art history, heritage, or history to be hosted at KHI and ANAMED.
All candidates must be conversant in English and agree to take on no other obligation (e.g., part-time teaching) during any part of the fellowship term. The successful applicant will hold the fellowship for one academic year, with one term in residence in Florence and one term in residence at ANAMED in Istanbul, and must be able to carry out the proposed research with resources available in these cities. The fellowship offers a combination of benefits the details of which differ between Florence and Istanbul but that include a stipend to cover expenses not already included in the fellowship, international travel costs to and from both locations, accommodation or support for the same, meals or support for the same, health insurance or support for the same, a limited research budget, a work space, and full access to the research and library facilities, events, and scholarly communities hosted within both sponsoring institutions.
Applications are due by 15 December 2018 and should be submitted via the fellowship application system accessible on the ANAMED website. For the application please click here
Questions concerning the fellowship and application process should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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