Fernand Braudel – IFER Fellowships incoming | Call for applications march 2014 [fr]
The Foundation Maison des sciences de l’homme and the partners of the programme offer postdoctoral fellowships in the humanities and social sciences for a period of nine months.
This programme is open to applicants from all countries, belonging to a foreign research centre, who wish to undertake a research residency in France.
These post-doctoral research stays are designed to enable researchers to carry out a research project in a host laboratory, integrate scientific networks in France and other European countries and build lasting partnerships between their home institution and the host institution. Applicant’s projects should match the areas of research of these institutions.
All social and human sciences are eligible. An interdisciplinary approach to research topics is encouraged.
Candidates must apply to specific fellowships, offered by several research institutions and “Laboratories of excellence” (Labex) who are partners of the programme.
Online application platform is open from March 3 2014 to April 3 2014.
Deadline for submission : April 3 2014
Applications must be submitted electronically via the online application form http://calls.msh-paris.fr
Please read carefully the eligibility criteria and the application procedure before applying online.
Download FMSH-FBI-incoming applicant’s guide (pdf)
This programme is also supported by the FMSH, the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research (Direction des relations européennes et internationales et de la coopération), the Fritz Thyssen Foundation (Köln, Germany), Princeton University (USA), LUISS Guido Carli University (Italy), The Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), the Ecole Centrale Paris, the Institut de recherche stratégique de l’Ecole militaire - ministère de la Défense (IRSEM), the Bruno Kessler foundation (Trento, Italy), the Labex Corail, Dynamite, Hastec, ICCA, IDGM+, IEC, IPOPS, labexMed, MiChem, OBVIL, OT-med, Resmed, Tepsis and TransferS. The programme is also carried out in collaboration with the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD).