Fondazione Bruno Kessler, in collaboration with the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, offers two scholarships to foreign researchers in the Humanities and Social Sciences, interested in the disciplines of FBK humanistic centers.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS NOW OPEN
Eligibility criteria for the Fernand Braudel-IFER outgoing programme
1 Candidates must have resided in France and been affiliated with a university or other research laboratory in France for at least two years, regardless of their nationality.
2 Applicants must hold a PhD (or equivalent) as at the date of application (i.e. dissertation successfully defended).
3 The application must be submitted within six years of defending their doctoral dissertation. Exceptions may be granted for case of career break (e.g. interruptions due to maternity leave, illness, etc.).
4 Applicants must be fluent in one of the working languages of the host laboratory; fluency in the language of the host country is preferable.
5 Due to the limited number of fellowships available, stays at French-speaking universities in countries neighbouring France are not given priority.
6 Due to the limited number of fellowships available, stays in the applicant’s home country are not given priority.
7A French research institute abroad is not considered as sufficient as a host laboratory unless a local host laboratory is chosen as main host institution.
FBK Centers hosting the grants
ISIG – Italian-German Historical Institute in Trento
ISR – Center for Religious Studies
IRVAPP - Research Institute for the Evaluation of Public Policies
CeRPIC – Research Project on International Politics and Conflicts Resolution
BE – Research Project on Behavioural Econonomics