Le Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC) de l’Université de Hambourg annonce un prix pour une thèse de doctorat soutenu en 2019.
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The successful dissertation contributes to any aspect of the study of written artefacts from fields such as art history, history, codicology, epigraphy, material sciences, palaeography, or philology. Its research focus can be on any period or region. The dissertation must be written in English. The award includes a prize money of 5,000 Euros and a fellowship for a one-month research stay at CSMC.
Nominations can be submitted by the first or second supervisor or by the doctoral students themselves. Members of CSMC or Universität Hamburg are excluded. Nominations must include:
• the doctoral dissertation thesis
• two reviews and final certificate
• curriculum vitae
• a half-page statement describing in which respect the dissertation has established new grounds for the study of written artefacts beyond one discipline.
Please send nominations to email@example.com before Friday, 28 February, 12.00 pm (the deadline is not negotiable). Files must be in PDF format and attachments must NOT exceed 20 MB in sum; for attachments larger than 20 MB, please use a file hosting service.