1 Maio 2016

Museo del Prado Research Scholarships

The Fundación Gondra Barandiarán and the Museo Nacional del Prado have signed an agreement allowing the two institutions to jointly sponsor a program consisting of two remunerated scholarships for researchers involved with any aspect of art history related to the Museo del Prado’s collections. This agreement stipulates the awarding of two scholarships: a senior scholarship for researchers over the age of 40, and a junior scholarship for those beneath that age. These scholarships will be funded by the Fundación Gondra Barandiarán and will have a maximum duration of three months each. The two scholarships will be carried out at the […]...
1 Maio 2016

Rome Fellowship | Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art

One Rome Fellowship is offered annually to allow a Senior or Mid-Career scholar three months at the British School at Rome to work on an Anglo-Italian art-historical topic of any period from the medieval era onwards. The Rome Fellowship is for the three months April to June 2017. The Fellowship cannot be deferred to a later academic year nor can it run concurrently with a Fellowship awarded by another institution. This three-month full-time Rome Fellowship will be awarded by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, in conjunction with the British School at Rome. The Fellowship is for […]...
1 Maio 2016

Fulbright-Terra Foundation Awards for Teaching and Research in China and Europe

Applications are now available to teach or teach and conduct research on American art history topics in China and Europe. In China, scholars can propose to conduct their grant at Tsinghua University, Peking University, or another appropriate institution. In Europe, scholars can propose to conduct their grants at a university in a European country (except France, Germany, and England). The China awards target US scholars at the assistant professor level or higher, with a minimum of five years of university-level teaching experience. The Europe awards are open to US scholars of all levels. +info/fonte:
1 Maio 2016

Research Fellowship in Twentieth-Century Abstract Painting | Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation

The Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation will offer a fellowship in twentieth-century abstract painting. This research fellowship will provide an emerging scholar unique access to an exceptional collection of mid-twentieth century abstract, geometric painting for the purpose of pursuing an independent research project. The Foundation’s collection features artworks from 1950–1979, from North and South America, with particular attention devoted to hard-edge, geometric abstraction, Op, and Color Field painting. Overall, the fellowship seeks to provide an early-career scholar with research and professional development experience in close collaboration with a prominent art collection. The fellowship term is one year. The Thoma […]...
1 Maio 2016

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History | Kalamazoo College

The Art and Art History Department invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History for a full-time, two-year appointment, August 29, 2016 through June 30, 2018; non-renewable. PhD in Art History preferred; ABD will be considered. Undergraduate teaching experience required. Kalamazoo College is on the quarter system. Teaching load is two courses for each of three ten-week terms, six courses total per year, as well as assisting in the supervision of senior independent research projects in the fall and winter quarters. Participation in departmental and some college-wide responsibilities and activities is expected. The successful candidate must be prepared […]...
1 Maio 2016

Prémio Victor de Sá de História Contemporânea

O Doutor Victor de Sá (1921-2004), antigo Professor da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto, doou à Universidade do Minho, num gesto de grande generosidade e ineditismo, um conjunto significativo de documentos de natureza histórica, política e literária, resultante da sua atividade de investigação e intervenção pública, textos memorialísticos ainda inéditos bem como os direitos de autor relativos às obras que constituem a sua vasta bibliografia. Essa documentação encontra-se depositada na Biblioteca Pública de Braga, onde está a ser objeto de tratamento, de modo a permitir a sua rentabilização científica e a continuidade dos trabalhos do Prof. Victor de Sá. […]...
8 Abril 2016

RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2016

The RIBA is now welcoming entries for the 2016 RIBA President’s Awards for Research, which includes the RIBA President’s Medal for Research. The RIBA President’s Awards for Research promote and celebrate the best of research in the field of architecture and the built environment that contributes to new knowledge and understanding of architecture and the practice of architecture. All those conducting architectural and built environment research related to architecture and the practice of architecture are eligible to enter the RIBA President’s Awards for Research. The Awards are for the research completed between 1st July 2015 to 30th June 2016 Submissions […]...
22 Março 2016

Preserving Transcultural Heritage: Your Way or My Way?

The ARTIS – Institute of History of Art, School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon and the ICOMOS Portugal are pleased to invite all the researchers, specialists and other stakeholders to participate in the International Congress Preserving transcultural heritage: your way or my way?, which will take place in Lisbon, between 05 and 08 July 2017. At a time of generalized globalization, which generates more and more miscegenation at almost every level of our existence, cultural frontiers also tend to fade substantially. This has motivated a growing reaction to defend several unique cultural heritages, considered exceptional, identifying […]...
19 Março 2016

Junior Scholars Research Group “Spanish Italy and the Iberian America” | Getty Foundation

The co-directors of the Connecting Art History project “Spanish Italy and the Iberian Americas” seek twelve junior scholars to join the research group during the period June 2016 to October 2017. Project participants will collaborate to discern the common dynamics and study the artistic ties that developed between these two regions in the early modern period, especially during the sixteenth-century. Moving beyond the concerns of national heritage and microhistory, the project depends on scholars interested in changing their conceptions about their “home” fields of “Renaissance” Italian or “Colonial” Latin American art. The project will unfold in multiple stages, centered on […]...
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