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EUTOPIA Science and Innovation Fellowships Programme (EUTOPIA-SIF)

The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance (CSR) at the University of Warwick is pleased to invite expressions of interestLink opens in a new window from highly qualified researchers in the field who seek to apply for a EUTOPIA Science and Innovation Fellowship, tenable in the Centre. The CSR is a buoyant hub of interdisciplinary research, with a well-established international reputation. Specialisms range from the Middle Ages to the seventeenth century, in particular covering Italy, France, Spain, England, the Holy Roman Empire, and their territories. Particular strengths of CSR members include theatre and literature, intellectual history, social and cultural history, history of the book, history of religion, history of science and medicine, history of art, history of universities, epistolary networks, history of translation, the relationships between Neo-Latin and the vernaculars, and the classical tradition. Potential mentors can be found here, tick to filter for 'academic staff'. If you need help finding a mentor, please contact the Centre's DirectorLink opens in a new window, Teresa Grant.

Please see the EUTOPIA website for general funder information, and for details of eligibility and the application procedure for this particular call, see here

By (and preferably before) Monday 6th November 2023, interested applicants are invited to complete the Expression of InterestLink opens in a new window form, and attach the following documents where indicated: 

    • a short description of their proposed project (maximum 2 A4 pages)
    • a copy of their CV (maximum 2 A4 pages), with indication of numbers of words for items in press

    The EUTOPIA website is likely to address most questions. For other queries, you are welcome to contact the Centre's DirectorLink opens in a new window.

    The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance will aim to shortlist its candidates by mid November, so that candidates will have a month to finalise their proposals for the EUTOPIA deadline of 14 December 2023.

    Successful candidates typically have an articulated publications profile, including a monograph either in press or at an advanced stage. The EUTOPIA project should be conceived as something clearly separate from the dissertation, although it can build on it.