Aid for research mobility in France and Europe in 2023 – art historians

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The Institut national d’histoire de l’art offers various scholarships to support research stays in Europe for art historians. This aid takes the form of reimbursement of mission expenses on supporting documents up to a maximum of 800 euros for travel in 2023.

Application requirements

Possessing a PhD in Art History for more than three years (thesis defended by 4 January 2020) or carrying out a research activity in a professional context (teachers-researchers, practitioners and heritage practitioners, etc.) regardless of nationality.

The files will be evaluated on the basis of the quality of the presentation of the research topic, its innovative nature, the justification for a trip to France or one or more countries of the European Union and finally the degree of preparation of this trip (identification of resources or sources to consult and budget correctly evaluated).

Only candidates residing in France during the 2022-2023 academic year can apply for a stay in one or more countries of the European Union. Applicants residing outside France during the academic year can only apply for a stay in France.

In the case of collective projects led by heritage institutions or research laboratories, the INHA grant cannot be the only financial support provided to the candidate. Institutions and laboratories are also required to contribute to mission expenses which will be the subject of a request to INHA. The cover letter of the applicants in this case must specify the contribution of the heritage institutions or research laboratories.

Composition of the application file

The application file will include:

  • a letter of motivation addressed to the director of the INHA studies and research department. This letter will detail the scientific project, the reasons for the trip (specifying the institutions and funds that will be visited), the places, the duration and the foreseen period;
  • a curriculum vitae;
  • estimated budget.
  • For candidates residing in France who wish to stay in one or more countries of the European Union: proof of residence for the 2022-2023 academic year (invoice less than three months old or sworn certificate of residence)

Applications must be submitted online HERE no later than 4 January 2023 (opening of the form from 20 November).

Only applications submitted online will be considered.

contacts

For any further information, it is possible to contact the Department of Studies and Research by e-mail: der-dir @ inha.fr (der-dir @ inha.fr) or by telephone on 01 47 03 85 81. Applicants are strongly advised to consult the jury’s reports from previous years.

Scholarships for research trips to Europe for art historians – Year 2023

The Institut national d’histoire de l’art offers financial support to established art historians who intend to conduct research in Europe in 2023. This support takes the form of reimbursement of expenses, up to €800 for travel in 2023.

Requirements

Applicants must have completed a PhD in art history for at least 3 years (dissertation defended before 4 January 2020) or be actively engaged in art historical research at a professional level (lecturers, curators), regardless of nationality.

Applications will be evaluated on the basis of the quality of the presentation of the research topic, the justification for a trip to France or one or more countries of the European Union and finally the degree of preparation for this trip (identification of resources or sources to consult and a correctly evaluated budget).

Only candidates residing in France during the 2022-2023 academic year can apply for a stay in one or more countries of the European Union. Applicants residing outside France during the academic year can only apply for a stay in France.

Application

The application package must include:

  • a cover letter addressed to the Director of Studies and Research of INHA. This letter will detail the research project, the reasons for the research trip (specifying which institutions and collections/archives will be consulted), the place, duration and period of stay in the country;
  • a curriculum vitae;
  • a provisional budget.
  • For applicants residing in France and wishing to travel to one or more countries of the European Union: proof of residence for the 2022-2023 academic year (invoice less than 3 months old or declaration on honour)

Applications must be submitted online HERE until January 4, 2023 (the form will open around November 20).

Only applications submitted online will be considered.

contacts

For more information, you can contact the Department of Studies and Research by email: der-dir @ inha.fr (der-dir @ inha.fr) or by telephone on 01 47 03 85 81. Applicants are strongly advised to consult the jury reports from previous years.

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