The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, Europe 1100-1800 (CHE) is offering valuable scholarships and travel grants to Australian Postgraduate and Honours students for approved projects. Applications are due by Monday 17 August, 2015.
CHE provides leadership in humanities research into how societies have experienced, expressed and understood emotions in pre-modern Europe, and how this long history continues to influence our world today. The scholarships provide opportunities for Australian students to work within an outstanding multi-disciplinary research environment with major international connections.
PhD and Masters research students seeking CHE support should meet the following criteria:
- the research project must deal with emotions and affects relating to Europe within the period 1100-1800, or be directly related to CHE’s Shaping the Modern Program
- research must be supervised at a minimum of 20 percent by a CHE Chief Investigator, Senior Research Fellow or current or Honorary/former CHE Associate Investigator or Honorary Research Fellow
- the student must have acceptance and ongoing support from their enrolling university School or Department
Honours, Postgraduate Diploma or MA by coursework students seeking CHE support should meet the following criteria:
- the dissertation research topic must deal to some extent with emotions and affects relating to Europe within the period 1100-1800, or be directly related to the Shaping the Modern Program
For full details on scholarships, travel grants and how to apply please go to:
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