Byzantine Studies at University of Notre Dame in USA, 2019 is open for International Students . The scholarship allows Post Doctorate level programm(s) in the field of Theology, Archaeology, Literature, History, liturgical studies taught at The University of Notre Dame Australia . The deadline of the scholarship is .Scholarship Description:
Applications are invited for Byzantine Studies Fellowship for a nine-month Postdoctoral Fellowship in Byzantine Studies. Fellowship is available for international students.
This fellowship is designed for junior scholars with a completed doctorate whose research deals with some aspect of the Byzantine world.
Meet Us in the Middle Ages: The Crossroads of Everything. Medieval people made the modern world. Greek, Arab, and Latin natural philosophers built our scientific tradition. European poets and story-tellers invented vernacular literature while reading classical poetry and Middle-Eastern frame tales. Rabbis, priests, and imams—as they talked, and squabbled, with each other—constructed our religious traditions. Our representative democracies and university systems are essentially medieval institutions.
Fellowship is available to pursue Postdoctoral programme.
Fellowship is awarded in the field of Byzantine Studies. This Fellowship is open to qualified applicants in all fields and sub-disciplines of Byzantine Studies, such as history (including its auxiliary disciplines), archaeology, art history, literature, theology, and liturgical studies, as well as the study of Byzantium’s interactions with neighboring cultures.
$36,000 plus benefits.
Fellowship is available for international students.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
Byzantine Studies fellows must hold a Ph.D. from an internationally recognized institution. The Ph.D. must be in hand by the beginning of the fellowship term.
Submit your application through Interfolio
. You will need to upload a letter of application, a project proposal of no more than 2500 words, a current C.V., and three letters of recommendation.
February 1, for the upcoming academic year