Exploratory Workshops in the Humanities

Deadline: 15/05/2001
March 21, 2001

The European Science Foundation offers a limited number (around 5-7) of awards for Exploratory Workshops to be held during 2002, with a maximum of 20 participants, in any field of the humanities.

Priority will be given to proposals in the following areas: 1. The place of classics in contemporary Europe; 2. Cognition, emotion and culture; 3. Archaeology and the art of writing; 4. European comparative history; 5. The role of images in contemporary society. Applications in any other area will be considered as belonging to the 6. Open element.

Applications can be submitted by scholars from universities and/or research institutes based in countries represented within the ESF. Individual scholars can also apply on behalf of formal / informal research groups. Details and forms online: www.esf.org/human/hw/Calls/Call2001.htm .
Contact: Carole Mabrouk
Address: European Science Foundation, 1 quai Lezay Marnesia, 67080 Strasbourg, France
Telephone: 33 (0)3 88 76 71 26
Email: humanities@esf.org

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