STIP Feb 24, 2023

Research Grants INHA Paris 2024

Paris, Jan 01, 2024
Application deadline: Mar 30, 2023

Juliette Trey

The Institut national d'histoire de l'art (INHA), in Paris, is a public research institute and library specifically dedicated to art history. For the year 2024, in order to encourage national and international exchanges, the Institut national d'histoire de l'art (INHA) will host researchers for a period of between 1 and 3 months. Researchers residing in metropolitan France are not eligible for this call. Priority will be given to senior researchers (having defended their thesis for at least 5 years) or history of art professionals having acquired equivalent professional experience, whether they are affiliated with an institution or independent.

Interested researchers or professionnals must contact the head of the Département des etudes et de la recherche (der-dir @ inha.fr) and, if necessary, the head of the library (info-bibliotheque @ inha.fr) in order to discuss their application then upload their application on line here: https://candidature.inha.fr

Award procedures

The proposals will be reviewed by the INHA general Director, the Director of the Research Department (Département des études et de la recherche), the Director of the Library, the Scientific Director of the Festival de l'histoire de l'art, a member of INHA's Scientific Council and a qualified expert. The main selection criterion is the excellence of the project, the innovative nature of the approach.

INHA will cover the researcher's travel (one round-trip to Paris) and accommodation expenses (up to €1200 per month). INHA will provide a workstation, a privileged access to the INHA library and access to the computer and documentary resources offered by the documentation service of the INHA library. An additional monthly scholarship of 1300 € will be offered to researchers from a country ranked “medium” or “low” in the UN Human Development Index.

In addition, the priority areas listed in the INHA strategic project are Africa, Latin America, Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Applications from these priority regions are strongly supported by INHA.

Application requirements :

- a curriculum vitae with a list of publications already published (or confirmed by the publisher)
- a research project specifying the state of the art on the issue to be dealt with, the expected methodology and timeframe
- a cover letter (specifying, if applicable, the need for an additional monthly scholarship)

Applications must be submitted online at https://candidature.inha.fr/

Application deadline: 30 March, 2023

The results will be announced around April 15, 2023.

Reference:
STIP: Research Grants INHA Paris 2024. In: ArtHist.net, Feb 24, 2023 (accessed Mar 3, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/38627>.

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