Deadline: 21 June 2020
Pre-selection: 1 July 2020
Call deadline: 9 September 2020
Host institution: Institute of Contemporary History
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships — Call for interest
The Institute of Contemporary History (IHC), a leading research centre in modern and contemporary history located in Portugal, welcomes applications for Marie Curie Fellowships, acting as host institution, from researchers interested in developing their studies of the past in the following main areas — that correspond to our strategic lines of research:
1. Connected Histories: State-Building, Social Movements, and Political Economy
2. Colonialism, Anti-Colonialism, and Post-Colonialism
3. Precarious Worlds and Sustainability: Nature, Health, and Work
4. Modern Mediations: Arts, Technology, and Communication
5. Uses of the Past: Memory and Cultural Heritage
The IHC has facilities both at the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, in Lisbon, and at the University of Évora. It develops its activity with an interdisciplinary approach, covering a wide range of topics concerning the conceptualisation, contextualisation, and interpretation of the historical reality for the period between the late eighteenth century and the present time. Furthermore, in 2019, we launched the first Portuguese Digital Humanities Lab, supporting both research and outreach activities..
Working at the IHC is to be part of a multicultural, creative, collaborative, and publicly engaged environment that gathers more than 200 researchers. As a modern and contemporary history research unit working on a broad range of themes, we regularly collaborate with the media, museums, archives, city councils, and high schools. Every researcher is integrated into one of our seven Research Groups.
We welcome applications in the category of Individual Fellowships, including European Fellowships, Global Fellowships, Career Restart Panel, and Reintegration Panel. Applicants with a relevant track record of securing funding for their research activities are especially welcomed.
To apply, please send us the following documents and information:
- Title and summary of the work plan (written in English, according to the guidelines provided in the online form);
- A detailed Curriculum vitae;
- A motivation letter explaining your trajectory in the last five years and explaining the relevance of your achievements (max. 5000 characters);
- One copy of a relevant publication.
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships are available for experienced researchers, of any nationality, who must have, at the date of the call’s deadline, a doctoral degree or at least four years of full-time equivalent research experience. The scheme particularly supports the return and (re)integration of European researchers from outside Europe and those who have previously worked here, as well as researchers displaced by conflict outside the EU and Horizon 2020 Associated Countries. It also promotes the career restart of individual researchers who show great potential.
Eligible candidates must comply with MSCA mobility rules:
- Standard European Fellowships: the researcher cannot have resided or carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of the beneficiary for more than 12 months in the three years immediately before the call deadline;
- Global Fellowships (includes a research period in a Third Country, followed by a reintegration period at the Host Institution): the researcher cannot have resided or carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the Third Country where the outgoing phase takes place for more than 12 months in the three years immediately before the call deadline;
- Career Restart Panel: individual researchers who wish to resume research in Europe after a career break; the researcher cannot have resided or carried out the main activity in the country of the beneficiary for more than three years in the five years immediately before the call deadline;
- Reintegration Panel: researchers who wish to return and reintegrate in a longer-term research position in Europe; the researcher cannot have resided or carried out the main activity in the country of the beneficiary for more than three years in the five years immediately before the call deadline.
Please submit your application material to Vasco Marques via the email email@example.com.
For further information, please contact:
Institute of Contemporary History
NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities
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