Individual Fellowships for Humanities/Social Science Scholars
|Institution Type:||Research/Policy Institute|
The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS-KNAW) in Amsterdam is looking for scholars from the humanities and social sciences who would like to spend 5 or 10 months in 2022/23 at the institute to work on their own curiosity-driven research project, and get inspired by our collaborative community.
Who can apply?
- Minimum of 3 years since you obtained your PhD-degree
- Research project in the fields of humanities or social sciences
- Your research would clearly benefit from being carried out in the interdisciplinary and international NIAS environment
The call for individual fellowships is a project-based open call. Applications are send out for external review.
What NIAS offers
- An intellectual environment conducive to bringing independent research to fruition
- Excellent facilities including a personal office, lunch on weekdays, academic and social activities
- Subsidized accommodation in the heart of Amsterdam
- Possibility to apply for a stipend to cover loss of income
- Read more about what NIAS offers
- Please note: A NIAS fellowship does not constitute an employment relationship. During the fellowship, the fellow is and remains an employee of his or her own university or research institute.
NIAS-KNAW offers an intellectual haven for researchers, writers, journalists and artists to pursue their research or projects, to work in an interdisciplinary environment and to share their knowledge with society. Each year, NIAS hosts an international group of about 50 fellows who work on their independent research projects while being embedded in a thriving intellectual community. NIAS is one of the oldest institutes for Advanced Study in Europe, and is part of the Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Anja de Haas, selection officer: email@example.com
|Primary Category:||Social Sciences
|Secondary Categories:||Art / Art History
Journalism / Media Studies
Law and Legal History
Research and Methodology