Botstiber Junior Fellowship in Transatlantic Austrian and Central European Relationships 2022/2023, Austria

Publish Date: Jun 06, 2021

Deadline: Jul 05, 2021

The Botstiber Junior Fellowship in Transatlantic Austrian and Central European Relationships 2022/2023 

The Botstiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies (BIAAS) and the Institute for Advanced Study at Central European University in Budapest (IAS CEU) are pleased to invite applications for the fellowship in Transatlantic Austrian and Central European Relations for junior researchers for the academic year 2022/23.

Fellowships are available for all scholarly work related to the transnational and transatlantic relationship between the United States and present-day Austria or the countries that historically make up the Austro-Hungarian or Austrian Empires and Central Europe, coming from all disciplines, including history, politics, economics, social sciences and cultural studies broadly understood. This joint fellowship seeks to strengthen, further and make visible scholarship on modern and contemporary as well as on imperial and post-imperial Austria and Habsburg Studies, and on issues of transfer, migration and exchange, as testified in Austria’s and Central Europe’s special relationship to the United States, direct and indirect.

The Institute is committed to the pursuit of cutting-edge interdisciplinary scholarship and will seek innovative research proposals. This program invites emerging scholars with demonstrable promise of excellence. A primary criterion for selection is the expectation that each fellow’s stay at the Institute will yield original and significant research results.

At IAS CEU, Botstiber Fellows will join outstanding junior and senior scholars from around the world, each conducting research related to their diverse disciplinary interests, and are invited for a minimum of 5 months and a maximum of one academic year (9 months, October-June). Fellows are chosen by a rigorous selection process, which includes stages of pre-selection and peer reviews as well as a final decision made jointly by an independent, interdisciplinary and international Academic Advisory Board of the Institute and the BIAAS.

IAS CEU provides a stimulating environment in which fellows can devote themselves to their research and share their work with peers through weekly 2 of 5 seminars and other community programs. Fellows have access to all CEU facilities, including seminar and conference space, computer services, and library resources and accommodation is also provided as part of the fellowship in the university’s guesthouse.

Qualifications, experience, eligibility

• Applicants must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent in the social sciences, economics or humanities at the time of their application, issued in 2015 or later.

• Only those with publications in internationally recognized scholarly outlets are encouraged to apply.

• Full time CEU employees and students are not eligible to apply for 5 years after the ending of their studies/contract (degrees must be received and contracts must have ended by December 31, 2016 or earlier).

• Part time/temporary employees of CEU are not eligible for 1 year after their contract ended (their contract must have ended by December 31, 2020 or earlier).

• Former fellows of IAS CEU are not eligible to apply until a period of 7 years has passed since their previous fellowship. Applications may be considered only in exceptional cases.

• Applicants are expected to be able to communicate fluently in English as this is the working language of the Institute and CEU.  

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