Visiting Scholars-in-Residence - University of Vienna

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The Institute for Contemporary History at the University of Vienna invites applications for visiting scholars-in-residence to participate in the following project:

"Austrian Nuclear Research Between the Conflicting Demands of International Cooperation and Global Competition (1900-1945)"

Project Director: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Carola Sachse

The visiting scholars-in-residence will help build an international and interdisciplinary network of historians of science working on the history of radioactivity and nuclear physics.

  • There are no restrictions on their nationality.

  • Research stipends for a period of two to four months will be provided.

  • Scholars at all levels of seniority are eligible, provided they have at least one university degree.

  • Scholars will be in residence at the project location in Vienna for the duration of their grants.

    Duration of the scholarships: 2 to 4 months between December and March

    Remuneration: € 2.000 per month (travel and living expenses included)

    Application deadline: July 15

    Selection of Candidates: September 15

    Each application should include:

  • project description (1 - 2 pages)
  • curriculum vitae
  • list of publications
  • information on when and how long the applicant proposes to work in Vienna

    Submit to:
    Institut für Zeitgeschichte
    Spitalgasse 2-4/Hof 1
    A-1090 Vienna, Austria

    For assistance in preparing proposals, contact the Project Coordinator:
    Dr. Silke Fengler
    E-mail: silke.fengler[at]
    Tel: 0043-1-4277-41238
    Fax 0043-1-4277-9412

    For further information about the project, see: Visiting Scholars-in-Residence - University of Vienna Website

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