Call for applications – Summer Research Academy – Getty Research Institute
ENCOUNTERS IN WORLD ART HISTORY
A SUMMER RESEARCH ACADEMY
Los Angeles, California
August 9-September 7, 2012
The Getty Research Institute
The International Consortium on Art History and the Chaire de Recherche du Canada en histoire de l’art de l’Université de Montréal
Call for Applications
From Art History Doctoral Students
Studying in Africa, Asia, and Latin America
Art history is rapidly being reconceptualized to meet new social, political, and aesthetic demands. Essential contributions to this efflorescence will come from junior scholars in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, whose research questions, methods, and objects of study may be informed by the intellectual, linguistic, and political context of their practice. This first Summer Research Academy seeks 8 doctoral students from those regions to research and dialogue with 8 junior and 8 senior scholars from the International Consortium on Art History.
The theme for the 2012 Summer Research Academy is Encounters. We seek submissions that address artistic and art historical encounters, such as the staging of encounters, the work of art as a product of encounters, and the reception of artworks resulting from encounters. The topic will be explored using library resources and special collections at the Getty Research Institute, as well as collections at the Getty Museum.
For more information about the Summer Research Academy and the application process, please visit: http://www.getty.edu/research/scholars/.
The Watson Institute for International Studies announces AT&T New Media fellowships of up to $3,500 for the 2012 summer break. The fellowships are intended for Brown undergrads who are pursuing innovative international projects that address global policy issues or critical needs in society – and who will document their experiences with video and other media on the globalconversation.org media platform.
Deadline to apply is 2/27/12.
More info: http://www.watsoninstitute.org/jobs_students.cfm#ATT
The University at Buffalo seeks a Post-doctoral Scholar (PS) for its interdisciplinary Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA).
During a 10 month tenure, the PS teaches one graduate seminar (preferably on the topic of the symposium), organizes a symposium, and edits a subsequent volume reflecting IEMA’s focus on post-Pleistocene European and Mediterranean anthropological and classical archaeology. Symposium focus is open, but should stress contemporary theory, topics of broad current interest, and be inclusive of the Institute’s broader geographic/temporal foci.
The PS receives stipend and benefits. US and international archaeologists with Ph.D. by August, 2012 in Anthropology, Classics, Archaeology or related disciplines are encouraged to apply.
Application letter, vitae, list of references, and 3-page description of proposed symposium topic, including intended invitees, must be received by February 15, 2012 for an August 2012 start, pending final budgetary approval.
Email application or inquiries to the director, Dr. Peter F. Biehl: <email@example.com>.
The University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
Deadline: February 28, 2012
The Department of Egyptology and Ancient Western Asian Studies at Brown University invites applications for a post-doctoral visiting assistant professorship in Assyriology, Egyptology, or the material culture of Egypt or Ancient Western Asia. Candidates whose research interests complement those of current faculty are particularly encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate will be appointed for one year beginning on 1 July 2012. Post-doctoral visiting assistant professors are expected to pursue their own research and publications and are required to teach one course per semester at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Visiting assistant professors are also expected to participate in the academic life of the department: for example, by involvement in research seminars and counseling graduate students in their research.
Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, the names and addresses of three referees, and a letter of application detailing their research and teaching interests and explaining how they would fit into the department. Candidates should have received their PhD from an institution other than Brown University within the last five years. Applications should preferably be submitted electronically as PDFs by email before 28 February 2012.
Brown is an EEO/AA employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.
Prof. John M. Steele- Chair, Post-Doctoral Visiting Assistant Professor Search Committee
The Ruzicka, Ringer, and Swearer International Public Service Fellowships are now accepting applications from eligible Brown University undergraduates:
The deadline to apply is Friday, March 2.
Find more information or apply online at http://watsoninstitute.org/fellowships/
The fellowships are administered by the Watson Institute for International Studies and the Swearer Center for Public Service.