INHA Scholarships for Art History Researchers in Developing Countries (Funded to France) 2018
In 2019, INHA creates three three-month scholarships specifically for art history researchers from the following regions below to carry out research requiring the consultation of Parisian funds and the establishment of contacts with specialized researchers in their field.
Application Deadline: 15th June 2018
Eligible Countries/Regions: Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India and South-East Asia
To Be Taken At (Country): France
Type: Short courses
Eligibility: Priority will be given to confirmed art history researchers, whether they are affiliated with an institution or independent.
Selection Procedure: Proposals will be reviewed by the Director and Scientific Advisers of the Department of Studies and Research of the INGA. The main selection criterion is the excellence of the project. Will also be taken into account the following elements: the expertise brought to the programs of the INHA, the possibility of collaborations with the researchers of the INHA, the valorization of the archives and primary resources of the library of the INHA, the scientific contribution to one of the eight research areas of the INHA.
Number of Awards: 3
Value of Award: This scholarship includes the financial support of the accommodation, travel expenses and the
payment of a monthly scholarship of 1300 €. INHA will provide a workspace, a reserved space at the INHA library as well as access to digital and documentary resources offered by the INHA library.
Duration of Programme: 3 months.
How to Apply: Interested researchers should contact the department director and / or scientific advisor in charge of the relevant research area for their research and at the same time upload their application via the link below.
Composition of the application file
- a curriculum vitae with the list of publications already published (or confirmed by the publisher)
- a research project
- a cover letter
To apply, fill out the online form
Results will be announced during the 1 st week of July.
Award Providers: Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA).