Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura of the Compagnia di San Paolo
has since 2013 supported research and advanced training in the field of
the humanities. In a wider effort to pursue this goal, Fondazione 1563
is now expanding its fellowship programme to historical research in a
global perspective. To this end, it has created the Turin Humanities Programme,
a research initiative that will allow junior scholars to work on
interrelated research projects under the guidance of especially
appointed senior scholars.
DEADLINE: 15th February 2021
The Scientific Committee of the THP and Fondazione1563 have decided
to devote the first research cycle of the THP (2021-2023) to the
investigation of the Enlightenment legacy: the rights of man in a global perspective.
Fondazione 1563 is pleased to launch the first call for
applications to award 4 two-year fellowships for advanced studies on
The 2020 call for applications is available online under THP/Call for applications/THP–2020: http://www.fondazione1563.it/en/thp/call-for-applications-thp/thp-2020/
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Applicants are invited to submit research projects of a maximum of
3000 words, plus bibliography. Projects are expected to engage with one
or more aspects of the general research framework of Enlightenment
legacy: the rights of man in a global perspective.
Proposals are expected to focus on the worldwide legacy of
Enlightenment in the field of the rights of man, especially but not
exclusively in the nineteenth century, as described in the research
framework. Proposals should also contain an illustration of the
different project phases, the relevant sources and methodologies and the
expected outcomes, which will be considered an integral part of the
The call is open to applicants holding a doctorate in History
or in any Humanities discipline. They must be fluent in English, both
spoken and written. English will be the default language of THP.
Applicants should normally be within 7 years of the award of their PhD.
There are no nationality requirements.
Fondazione 1563 encourages applications from scholars of all
backgrounds. We welcome diversity and are committed to creating an
inclusive work environment.
Each of the 4 Fellowships consists of an annual grant of €
25.000 (before taxes). The grant will last two years, starting on
September 1, 2021 until August 31, 2023. The total amount awarded to
each individual fellow during the two-year fellowship will therefore be €
50.000 (before taxes).
These grants may not be held in conjunction with any other award.
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website, including the funding description, lies entirely with the
publishing institutions. The application is handled uniquely by the
employer, who is also fully responsible for the recruitment and