17.696 European Science Foundation News

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty@kcl.ac.uk)
Date: Wed Mar 10 2004 - 04:11:45 EST


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               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 696.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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         Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 09:05:09 +0000
         From: "Celine Seewald" <cseewald@esf.org>
         Subject: ESF news

Please find below the European Science Foundation (ESF) Standing Committee
for the Humanities (SCH) latest news:

A) The 2004 Call for proposals for Exploratory Workshops has now been launched:
ESF Exploratory Workshops are viewed by the ESF Standing Committee for the
Humanities (SCH) as a useful instrument for identifying emerging fields
requiring action at a European level. Exploratory Workshops are aimed at
helping European research teams to exchange knowledge, establish new links
and to explore the possibilities of developing future collaborative actions.
The 2004 Call for Proposals is for workshops to be held between 1
January-31 December 2005.
Applications should be submitted as an attachment to
<mailto:EW-proposals@esf.org>EW-proposals@esf.org by 1 May 2004.
More information is available at the following address:
<http://www.esf.org/workshops>http://www.esf.org/workshops

B) Travel Grants are offered in the framework of two ESF Scientific Programmes:

   **The ESF Scientific Programme on Representations of the Past: The
Writing of National Histories in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Europe
(NHIST) invites applications for two types of travel grants:
(1) grants for short visits of up to 15 days, to attend workshops and
cross-team conferences of the NHIST programme and/or to do research, and
(2) grants for longer research stays of up to 6 months to contribute to the
NHIST programme or one of its teams. For the research topics please see the
NHIST website at the address below.
Applications should be submitted in electronic form to the Programme
Coordinator by 15 April 2004.
More information is available at the following address:
<http://www.esf.org/esf_article.php?language=0&activity=1&domain=4&article=363&page=1054>http://www.esf.org/esf_article.php?language=0&activity=1&domain=4&article=363&page=1054

**The ESF Scientific Programme on From Natural Philosophy to Science offers
grants to enable junior scholars, both at the doctoral and postdoctoral
level to attend one of the programme's workshops and thus meet scholars who
are active in their own field.
Applications should be submitted in electronic form to the Programme
Coordinator no later than three months before the workshop.
More information is available at the following addresses:
<http://www.phil.kun.nl/center/esf/applications.htm>http://www.phil.kun.nl/center/esf/applications.htm
http://www.esf.org/esf_article.php?language=0&domain=4&activity=1&article=334&page=965

C) A Summer School on The Impact of the Humanities on the Development of
European Science will take place on 10-15 June 2004 at the Instituto
Veneto, Venice, Italy.
Applicants must be under thirty-five and can be either doctoral students in
History of Science and Philosophy, postdoctoral fellows or assistant
professors. Applications should be sent as attached documents to Ms. Carole
Mabrouk (<mailto:humanities@esf.org>humanities@esf.org) by 15 April 2004.
More information is available at the following address:
<http://www.esf.org/esf_genericpage.php?language=0§ion=2&domain=4&genericpage=1979>http://www.esf.org/esf_genericpage.php?language=0§ion=2&domain=4&genericpage=1979

Should you wish to have further information on the SCH activities, you to
visit our web site (<http://www.esf.org/human>http://www.esf.org/human).

Should you wish to be removed from the humanities e-list, please do not
hesitate to inform me (<mailto:cseewald@esf.org>cseewald@esf.org).

Should you know someone who would be interested in receiving information
from the ESF, I would be pleased to include him/her to the Humanities e-list.

Please feel free to circulate this message to anyone who might have an
interest in it.

Best regards,

CÚline Seewald
Administrative assistant
Standing Committee for the Humanities and Social Sciences
1, quai Lesay MarnÚsia
BP 90015
67080 Strasbourg Cedex
tel: +33 3.88.76.71.58
fax: +33 3 88.37.05.32
e-mail: <mailto:cseewald@esf.org>cseewald@esf.org
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