Fellowship in Italian History

Lauro De Bosis Fellowship 2014-2015, Cambridge MA

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Application deadline: Feb 14, 2014

The Committee for the Lauro De Bosis Lectureship in the History of
Italian Civilization at Harvard University seeks candidates who
attained their Ph.D. (or equivalent) within the past ten years
(December 2003 or after), for a postdoctoral fellowship in any aspect
of Italian culture, history, and society, to be held during the
academic year 2014-2015. The fellowship may be one or two semesters
in length, depending on the proposed research project; it carries a
stipend of $25,000 for one semester and $50,000 for two semesters.
The recipient of the fellowship will be expected to be in residence in
Cambridge for the entire period of her or his appointment, and to use
the resources of the University to pursue a project with a substantial
Italian component. He or she will also have the opportunity to teach
a course or organize a workshop at Harvard, and will be expected to
make a seminar presentation of his or her work.

Applicants should submit a 1000-word English-language description of
their project, a curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation
(sent separately by the recommenders) by e-mail to Sarah Axelrod at
ldebosis@fas.harvard.edu. All applications should include a facing
page including the following information: the candidate’s name,
current affiliation, mailing address, telephone, e-mail coordinates,
the title of the proposal, the month and year the Ph.D. degree (or
equivalent) was obtained, the name of the institution that granted the
degree, and the names and e-mail addresses of the recommenders. All
queries regarding the fellowship should be sent via e-mail to the
following address: ldebosis@fas.harvard.edu.

Harvard University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer. Applications from women and minorities are strongly

Extended Deadline:
APPLICATION DEADLINE: All applications must be received by Friday,
February 14, 2014.

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