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UACES offers grant for archival research at the HAEU

Posted on 09 December 2020

The University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UCAES) offers a scholarship for a PhD student or Early-Career researcher to visit the Historical Archives of the European Union (HAEU) in Florence and conduct archival research for a period of 5 to 10 working days.

The scholarship is organised in partnership with the James Madison Charitable Trust and targets UACES students or early-career members conducting research in European Studies or a related field (e.g. Politics, International Relations, Law, History, Sociology, Economics, Cultural Studies). 

The successful applicant will be offered a grant of £1300, including £1000 to cover travel, accommodation and subsistence in Florence, and £300 to cover costs for attending the UACES Annual Conference in 2021 to be held in Liverpool. The selected grant holder is expected to submit a paper or panel proposal for the UACES Annual Conference.

The University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) is the global membership organisation for academics, students and practitioners who are interested in all aspects of Europe and the European Union.

Application deadline: 7 February 2021

More information about the UACES grant for archival research at the HAEU.