Fellowships: RCAC Fellowships (Istanbul, 2015-2016)

Fellowships:
RCAC Fellowships (Istanbul, 2015-16)

kocThe Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations aims to develop and facilitate research projects that are dedicated to the history, art, architecture and archaeology of civilizations in Turkey and to take a leading role in investigating and preserving Turkey’s cultural heritage by supporting the work of outstanding senior scholars and promising junior scholars and by bringing together persons working in a range of disciplines dealing with the cultural heritage and history of Turkey. Fellowships, which include accommodation, travel, and stipend are as follows:

  1. RCAC Residential and Non-Residential Fellowships (Approximately 10 Ph.D. Candidates and 10 scholars with Ph.D. to spend the 2015-2016 academic year in Istanbul at RCAC)
  2. Villa I-Tatti Joint Fellowship with Harvard University (1 Junior or 1 Senior Fellowship )
  3. BIAA – RCAC Fellowship in Cultural Heritage Management (1 junior or 1 senior Fellowship )
  4. KHI – RCAC Fellowship (1 junior or 1 senior Fellowship )
  5. Kaplan Fellowships in Archaeological Site Management (1 Junior or 1 Senior Fellowship)

To learn more about the fellowships, please visit the website http://rcac.ku.edu.tr

Located in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul, the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations is near to the libraries of the French, German, Swedish, and Dutch Institutes and other scholarly facilities in Istanbul. RCAC fellows are expected to devote themselves full time to their research projects and must be proficient in English, which is the language of instruction at Koç University. Applications from scholars of all nationalities are encouraged.

 

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