The financial support of the Gerda Henkel Foundation and the Elise and Annemarie Jacobi Foundation, in accordance with the will of Mrs. Annemarie Jacobi, makes it possible for the Commission to support "graduate students of Ancient History of outstanding ability and limited financial freedom". Topics from the whole field of ancient history will be considered.
Graduate student scholarship
Commission for Ancient History and Epigraphy Munich
Next deadline: 1 October, 2014
The Commission advertises scholarships to enable research stays at its library, which is excellently equipped for ancient history. Successful applicants are expected to stay in Munich for a duration of about two or three months, which can be adjusted to personal circumstances. The call ist adressed to students who are currently preparing or completing dissertations in the field of Ancient History. Research projects corresponding to the German concept of Dissertation will be taken into consideration, such as the thèse nouveau régime in France, the tesi di Dottorato in Italy, or the PhD in the United Kingdom, the USA, and Canada. Applications are welcome in German, English, French, Spanish, or Italien and can be addressed four times a year (by 1 January, 1 April, 1 July and 1 October) to the director of the Commission. They should be submitted at least six months before the beginning of the scholarship.
Further information: Dr. Ursula Vedder (Phone + 49 89 / 28676760) or email@example.com.