Monday, October 28, 2013

News from CARMEN Medieval

From the Bethune Book of Hours (15th century). The Last Judgment (detail).
A Halloween theme with a more hope-filled outlook.

If you are not familiar with CARMEN ("Co-operative for the Advancement of Research through a Medieval European Network"), you can find more at:  The following announcements are from the CARMEN newsletter.

1. Grants and scholarships

a. Travel grants from the Nederlands Instituut in Turkey for students and doctoral researchers
Deadlines: 17 November 2013, 26 January 2014, and 15 June 2014

b. Winter School ‘Investigating the Middle Ages’
Lleida University / Centre for Medieval Studies of Murcia University
Lleida, 10-11 February 2014.

c. John Doran Memorial Scholarship
(a funded full-time PhD studentship awarded in memory of Dr John Doran)
University of Chester -Department of History and Archaeology
One Scholarship is available for entry in 2013/14, for a thesis addressing a topic in British medieval history between c. 400 and 1200.
Completed applications should be received no later than 7th November 2013

d. Call for the CENDARI Visiting Research Fellowships programme is now open for 2014.
The CENDARI Visiting Research Fellowships are intended to support and stimulate historical research in the two pilot areas of medieval European culture and the First World War, by facilitating access to key archives, specialist knowledge and collections in CENDARI host institutions.
In particular, the CENDARI project is committed to hosting early career scholars who aim to apply digital humanities methods to their historical enquiry. The fellowships are particularly designed to support researchers from countries without equivalent facilities and early career scholars with limited access to these research infrastructures.
The CENDARI Visiting Research Fellowship programme is financed by the European Union.

CENDARI: Collaborative European Digital Archive Infrastructure
Trinity College Dublin

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