For a better and deeper understanding of the interdependent recent history of (the center of) Europe, the International Visegrad Fund offers research fellowship grants at the Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest, to support scholars, artists and journalists who wish to conduct research in the holdings of OSA. The next submission deadline is March 15, 2018.
Researchers, students after their second degree, carrying out research, artists, journalists, academics, or others (with an already started project relevant to the holdings at OSA) are invited to take part, preferably but not exclusively, from a V4 country. The grants of 2.000 euro each are designed to provide
access to the archives and to cover travel to and from Budapest, and modest living costs for a research period of eight weeks. Stipends for shorter periods are prorated.
Successful candidates are expected to work on their projects at OSA during their term of research, to give a presentation at Central European University within the framework of the Visegrad Fund Fellow Lecture Series, and produce a final grant report (in text or in audio-visual format) in English, which will be posted on the Blinken OSA/Visegrad Fund website.