The Warburg Institute is offering Long-term Research Fellowships in Intellectual, Cultural and Art History (of nine months to twelve months), for tenure during 2019-20, and Short-term Research Fellowships in Intellectual, Cultural and Art History (of two, three or four months), for tenure in 2019-20.
The Warburg Institute writes:
We are offering three Frances A. Yates long-term fellowships and one Erasmus long-term fellowship for the 2019-20 academic year for either nine or twelve month periods. The aim of these awards is to provide financial support towards living and subsistence costs in London to enable scholars to undertake a period research in intellectual, cultural or art history at the Warburg Institute. Part of the award may also be used for up to four weeks of research travel. Awards are open to both early-career and experienced researchers.
The Warburg Institute is one of the world’s leading centres for studying the interaction of ideas, images and society. It is dedicated to the survival and transmission of culture across time and space, with special emphasis on the afterlife of antiquity. Its open-stack Library, Photographic Collection and Archive serve as an engine for interdisciplinary research, postgraduate teaching and a prestigious events and publication programme.
The annual group of fellows benefits from and contributes to the vibrant intellectual life of the Institute. They are given a space to work, are able to offer an introduction to their work in a Tea Time Talk, deliver a paper in the Warburg’s long-running Work-in-Progress Seminar and are encouraged to contribute the Institute’s blog: Mnemosyne. Situated in the heart of the Bloomsbury Knowledge Quarter, the Warburg offers scholars the opportunity to engage with academics not only within the institute, but also at local universities, museum and galleries and research institutes.
Frances A. Yates Long-term Fellowships – three available: Eligibility
These fellowships are intended for scholars at any stage of their post-doctoral career. All Fellows will be expected to carry out original research on the topic for which they have been awarded their fellowship. Applications will not be accepted from candidates proposing to revise their doctoral dissertation for publication.
The research being proposed should in any aspect of cultural, intellectual and art history. Preference will be given to work concerned with those areas of the medieval and Renaissance encyclopedia of knowledge to which Dame Frances herself made such distinguished contributions.
Erasmus Long-term Fellowship – one available: Eligibility
This fellowship is intended for early-career scholars for the purpose carrying out additional research required to develop their PhD thesis into a book and prepare it for publication in the subject areas of Intellectual, Cultural and Art History.
Please note the following applies to all fellowships:
- Those who have previously held a long-term fellowship at the Institute are not eligible to apply.
- Candidates must hold a PhD at the time of applying. Candidates who are yet to defend their thesis unfortunately cannot be considered.
- These Fellowship’s may not be held concurrently with another fellowship or award.
- Candidates from outside the EU will need to check the regulations for acquiring a visa to visit the UK for their Fellowship.
- Fellowships are tenable at the Warburg Institute and begin in October 2019 for either a nine- or twelve-month period. Fellows are paid a stipend of £ £37,616 for a 12-month fellowships and a pro-rata amount of that sum for a nine-month fellowship.
- Payment will be made in six installments across the period of the fellowship.
Applications must be made using the online application form. Please read the notes on completing the application form before beginning your application. Closing date for applications: Midnight, Monday, 10 December 2018