| Deadline: 31 January 2015

Junior Fellowship for Scholars from Ukraine

This fellowship program, jointly organized by the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna and the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe in Lviv (Ukraine), supports research on the legacies of Europe in the history of Ukraine. Topics include modern intellectual, cultural, social and political history. Themes related to urban studies or to one of the IWM’s research fields are likewise welcomed.

Conditions

The candidate selected will be invited to spend ten months, from September 2015 to June 2016, at the IWM in Vienna. The stipend is meant to cover accommodation, living expenses, travel, health insurance and incidentals during the stay at the Institute. In addition, the IWM provides fellows with a personal office, including access to internet, in-house research and administrative facilities as well as other services free of charge.
Eligibility

Candidates for the Fellowship

  • must be Ukrainian citizens or permanently reside in Ukraine for purposes of study or research
  • must be enrolled in a doctoral program or have recently obtained a Ph.D.
  • must not be older than 35 years

Application

Applications have to include:   

  • a project proposal in English (max. 3 double-spaced pages)
  • a curriculum vitae in English
  • a list of publications
  • two letters of recommendation by scholars familiar with the applicant’s academic work

Please send all application materials as e-mail attachments (Word or PDF) to:

i.matsevko@lvivcenter.org
Subject header: IWM Fellowship

Letters of recommendation should be sent separately by the referees to the same e-mail address.

Deadline for application:

January 31, 2015 (date of receipt)

Selection

A jury selects the finalists and invites them for an interview to the Center in Lviv. Applicants were notified of the jury decision in April 2015. The jury is not required to publicly justify its decisions.
Center for Urban History of East Central Europe

The Center for Urban History of East Central Europe was founded in 2004 as a private non-profit organisation. In all its activities, be they academic or cultural, the Center strives to adhere to principles of openness (toward what is new), tolerance (with regard to difference and diversity) and responsibility (for the future).

Source and further information: Institute for Human Sciences