Applications for the Jozef Tischner Junior Visiting Fellowships 2024 are invited. The Jozef Tischner Junior Visiting Fellowships 2024 are an academic program that provides opportunities for young scholars to conduct research and engage in intellectual discussions.
Jozef Tischner Junior Visiting Fellowships 2024
The Jozef Tischner Fellowships are open to all academic disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.
- However, a conceptual connection to one of the institute’s research areas is highly recommended.
- This esteemed fellowship seeks to develop a community of researchers committed to advancing global understanding. Apps for the program are being accepted right now. This fellowship can be exactly what you need if you’re a young researcher seeking to further your studies and connect with like-minded people.
- A monthly stipend of EUR 3,000 will be awarded to postdoctoral candidates, meaning those who have defended their Ph.D. by the deadline for fellowship applications; candidates who are still pursuing their Ph.D. will receive a monthly stipend of EUR 2,500 to cover living expenses, travel, health insurance, and any other incidental costs associated with their stay in Vienna.
- Furthermore, the IWM offers free office space, internet access, internal research facilities, administrative support, and other services to visiting fellows. The visiting fellows will take part in institute events and become part of the academic community. Fellowships typically begin on the first and terminate on the last day of each month.
Candidates for the Jozef Tischner Visiting Fellowships:
- Must be enrolled in a doctoral program in the humanities or social sciences or have obtained a Ph.D. in the same fields in the past four years.
- Must be Polish citizens, Polish-American scholars, or permanently reside in Poland.
Included in the application materials are the following:
- A synopsis of the project (limit 550 characters)
- A list of publications is included in the curriculum vitae.
- Two reference letters from academics who have read the applicant’s work
- A project proposal that includes a work plan, the state of the art, techniques, and a description of the project’s goal (maximum 7,500 characters, including spaces)
- A succinct motivation letter outlining the project’s potential benefits from time spent at the IWM, its connection to the organization’s mission and research, and specific goals for writing and research during the fellowship
All application materials should be in English.
Important! Attached documents must be combined into a single PD, as the online submission form only allows for one attachment. File names of attachments must use Latin characters.
Application Deadline: February 14, 2024