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)
list of publications
information on when and how long the applicant proposes to work in Vienna
Institut für Zeitgeschichte
Spitalgasse 2-4/Hof 1
A-1090 Vienna, Austria
For assistance in preparing proposals, contact the Project Coordinator:
Dr. Silke Fengler
For further information about the project, see: Visiting Scholars-in-Residence - University of Vienna Website
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