Princeton FMSH Post-Doc Fernand Braudel Fellowship
Applications for a nine-month post-doctoral research experience in France, co-financed by the European Union and Princeton University (via the Council for International Teaching and Research) are being accepted September 2 through noon, October 2, 2013. Applications should be made directly to the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme: http://www.msh-paris.fr/en/research/mobility/fernand-braudel-ifer-fellowships/
- Fellowships are available in any fields of humanities and social sciences for Princeton PhD. students who have recently completed the PhD degree. Successful candidates will join the laboratory of his choice in France for a nine month period.
- Applications are due in two rounds. The present round deadline is noon, October 2, 2013, with final decisions announced in November/December 2013.
Accessibility to the application form is from September 2 - noon, October 2, 2013.- In order to prevent network congestion, do not wait the last day to validate your application.
Fellowships in the social and human sciences are offered on a competitive basis for this call (closing noon, October 2, 2013).
2013-14 Fellowship Awards
The Council for International Teaching and Research is pleased to announce the spring round 2013 Fernand Braudel Post Doctoral Fellowship awards.
Matteo Giglioli, PhD. Princeton, Department of Politics.Research Project: Aesthetic Politics in the Belle Epoque: Beauty and engagement in the Paris of Maurras, Barrès, Péguy.Host laboratory: CEVIPOF, Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences-Po. 9 months, October 1 - June 30, 2014.