Aid to research mobility in France and Europe in 2023 – art historians

English version below

The Institut National d’histoire de l’art offers several grants for art historians to support research stays in Europe. This assistance is in the form of reimbursement of mission expenses for travel in 2023 up to a maximum of €800 per supporting document.

Application requirements

Having a doctorate in Art History for more than three years (dissertation defended by January 4, 2020) or research activity in a professional setting (teacher-researchers, professionals and heritage specialists, etc.), regardless of nationality.

The files will be evaluated according to the quality of the presentation of the research topic, its innovative character, the justification of the visit to France or one or more countries of the European Union, and finally the degree of preparation (specification) of this trip. resources or resources to consult and estimate the budget correctly).

Only candidates living in France during the 2022-2023 academic year can apply to stay in one or more countries of the European Union. Candidates living outside of France during the academic year can only apply to stay in France.

In collective projects managed by heritage institutions or research laboratories, the INHA grant cannot be the only financial support given to the candidate. Institutions and laboratories are also expected to contribute to mission costs, which will be the subject of appeals to INHA. In this case, the candidate’s cover letter should indicate the contribution of heritage institutions or research laboratories.

Content of the application file

The application file includes:

  • A letter of motivation addressed to the director of research and studies department of INHA. In this letter, the scientific project, the reasons for the visit (indicating the institutions and foundations to be visited), the places, the duration and the intended duration will be specified in detail;
  • a autobiography;
  • estimated budget.
  • For candidates living in France who wish to stay in one or more countries of the European Union: proof of residence for the 2022-2023 academic year (invoice or sworn residence certificate for less than three months)

Applications must be submitted online HERE No later than January 4, 2023 (opening of the form from November 20).

Only applications submitted online will be considered.

contacts

For more information, you can contact the Research and Studies Department by email at der dir @ inha.fr. (der is @ inha.fr) or by phone number 01 47 03 85 81. Candidates are advised to familiarize themselves with the previous years’ jury reports.

Research Travel Grants in Europe for Art Historians – 2023

The National Institute of Art is offering financial support to renowned art historians intending to conduct research in Europe in 2023. In 2023, this support is implemented in the form of travel expenses up to 800 euros.

Requirements

Applicants must have completed a PhD in art history for at least 3 years (dissertation defended by January 4, 2020) or be actively engaged in art history research at a professional level (lecturers, curators), regardless of nationality.

Applications will be evaluated on the quality of the presentation of the research topic, the justification for the visit to France or one or more countries of the European Union, and finally the degree of preparation for this visit (identification of resources or sources to be consulted). and properly estimated budget).

Only applicants living in France during the 2022-2023 academic year can apply to stay in one or more countries of the European Union. Applicants living outside of France during the academic year can only apply to stay in France.

Application

The application package should include:

  • Cover letter addressed to INHA’s Director of Research and Studies. In this letter, the research project, reasons for the research visit (specifying which institutions and collections/archives will be consulted), location, duration and length of stay in the country;
  • biography;
  • provisional budget.
  • For applicants living in France and intending to travel to one or more European Union countries: proof of residence for the 2022-2023 academic year (invoice or declaration of honor less than 3 months old)

Applications must be submitted online HERE Until January 4, 2023 (the form will be opened on November 20).

Only applications submitted online will be considered.

contacts

For more information, you can contact the Department of Studies and Research at the email address: der-dir @ inha.fr (der is @ inha.fr) or by phone 01 47 03 85 81. Candidates are advised to consult with the jury. previous years reports.

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