FELLOWSHIP: Landscape and nature (1680-1750), The Age and the Culture of Baroque. Turin (due 22 / 7 / 2018)

FELLOWSHIP: Landscape and nature (1680-1750), The Age and the Culture of Baroque

Turin, Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura of the Compagnia di San Paolo

Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura of the Compagnia di San Paolo launches a competition for 5 Fellowships on the Age and the Culture of Baroque – Rosaria Cigliano Fellowships Program.
Research proposals for the 2018 call will need to pertain to the following theme: “Landscape and nature (1680-1750)”.
The competition is open to researchers born after 1st January 1983 holding a university or master’s degree, or other equivalent degrees, issued by an Italian or equivalent foreign University. Priority will be given to applicants holding a PhD or equivalent from an Italian or foreign university.
The competition’s relevant disciplines, that may be approached also from a multi-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary standpoint, are:

  • social and demographic history
  • political history
  • history of economics and history of economic thought
  • history of science and technology
  • history of literature
  • history of philosophy
  • history of music
  • history of theater
  • art history
  • history of architecture
  • military history

The complete notice of the 2018 competition is available online at www.fondazione1563.it
Applications must be submitted exclusively using the forms available online and following the procedure indicated on the Foundation’s website under Bandi / Borse di studio sull’Età e la Cultura del Barocco 2018 at www.fondazione1563.it
Applications must be submitted by 22 July 2018 at h 24.00 (midnight).
Info: elisabetta.ballaira@fondazione1563.itinfo@fondazione1563.it

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