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President visits the National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Korea

Academy President visits Korea

The President of the Academy, Emeritus Professor Lesley Johnson AM FAHA, recently met with Professor Sook-Il Kwun (President) and Professor Lee Song Mu (Vice-President) at the National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Korea, to discuss opportunities for collaboration between Australian and Korean humanities scholars.

CAUL-ASA Fellowships 2014

The Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) and the Australian Society of Authors (ASA) have announced that applications are now open for 2014 CAUL and ASA Fellowships. Applications close on 10 May 2014. Further information is available on the CAUL website.

Fellowships at the Paris Institute of Advanced Studies

The Paris Institute for Advanced Studies is accepting applications from established humanities scholars to take up residencies at the Institute for a period of five or nine months. Researchers from all countries are eligible to apply. Applications close 3:00pm (Paris time), 30 April 2014. More details are available on the Institute’s website.

Fellow appointed to Chair in Australian Studies at Harvard University

The Academy warmly congratulates Professor Philip Mead FAHA on his appointment to the Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Chair in Australian Studies at Harvard University.

Guide to humanities calls in Horizon 2020

Funding opportunities for the humanities under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 work programme have been collated in a document prepared by NET4SOCIETY, the international network of National Contact Points for humanities and social sciences in Europe.

Academy Grants & Awards Open

The Australian Academy of the Humanities offers a range of grants and awards. Applications are now being accepted for the Humanities Travelling Fellowships, the Publication Subsidy Scheme and the Ernst and Rosemarie Keller Award. Applications for all three grants and awards close at 5.00pm on Thursday 10 April 2014.

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