Applications are invited for the NIOD Junior Fellowships 2021-22 for Young Researchers.
NIOD was founded on 8 May 1945 to write the history of the Second World War in the Netherlands and in the former Dutch East Indies through independent research. Since 1 January 1999 the Institute is part of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
Aim of Fellowship
The aim of the junior fellowships is to enable young researchers to do archival or literature research at NIOD or elsewhere in Amsterdam/The Netherlands, to write an article or research proposal or to otherwise collaborate with researchers and programmes at NIOD.
Fields of Research
Candidates should be working in the field of NIOD research and be able to demonstrate how their stay may contribute to their research or development.
The following are eligible for these Junior Fellowships
- PhD candidates
- Young researchers who have obtained their PhD less than 4 years previously
What do they expect from fellows?
- a concrete end product
- active participation in the institute, among other things by giving a lecture to colleagues;
- public performance with donors
- a usable content portrait for the website
Benefits of Fellowship
- accommodation and furnished workplace at NIOD for two months;
- stipend € 1250 per month (max. 2 months)
- housing allowance of max. € 1000 per month for candidates from outside the Netherlands.
How to Apply?
For an application, you need in the first place
- a cover letter of max. 400 words
- preliminary work plan
The board of the NIOD Fund decides on the allocation, on the advice of a joint committee of NIOD and NIOD Fund. Digital applications before 1 June 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 1, 2021
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