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29 May 2012

Thesaurus Poloniae - a three-month-long Fellowship. Second call ended on June 15, 2012

Category: Open projects - aplications, Research projects, Grants, fellowships

Thesaurus Poloniae - a three-month-long Fellowship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland implemented by the International Cultural Centre in Krakow in autumn 2009.

The programme is addressed to non-residents of Poland who conduct their research on culture, history and multicultural heritage of the Republic of Poland as well as on Central Europe.

In 2012 the second call opened on 15 April and ended on June 15;

 

The results will be announced by mid-March. The Recruitment Committee that comprises representatives of the ICC, the Jagiellonian University and Krakow University of Economics review and evaluate all the applications soon after the stated deadlines.

The fellowship programme runs from 1 September to 30 November.

The programme is addressed to non-residents of Poland  who conduct their research on culture, history and multicultural heritage of the Republic of Poland as well as on Central Europe. Both the researchers who deal with practical aspects of management and protection of cultural heritage, and theoretists dealing with history, sociology, ethnography, anthropology etc. are welcome to apply and participate in the programme.

 

Thesaurus Poloniae Fellowship is run in two categories:

  • Senior Programme addressed to university professors and senior lecturers/PhD holders
  • Junior Programme addressed to PhD candidates.

 

Twenty four researches from 15 countries (Armenia, Azarbajdzan, Belarus, the Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Moldova, Russia, Romania, the Slovak Republic, Ukraine and the USA) have participated in the programme so far.


For more information, please visit International Cultural Centre website


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