EURIAS Fellowship

The European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Fellowship Programme (2010-2019) was an international researcher mobility program offering 10-month residencies in the participating European Institutes for Advanced Studies, one of which was the IWM in Vienna.

The EURIAS Fellowships created multi-disciplinary learning communities and open intellectual spaces where Fellows—released from their teaching and academic commitments—were able to conduct bottom-up research with the greatest possible freedom and the support of the IWM. For one academic year EURIAS Fellows at the IWM could stray from the customary paths of their disciplines and nurture interdisciplinary collaborations to be developed. The daily encounters among the fellows at the IWM, who represent a wide range of disciplines, further widened their intellectual and professional horizons. This one-year rejuvenating professional experience gave the Fellows a fresh perspective on their research, generating long-term impact on their career and research back in their home institution.

EURIAS Fellowships were offered to both promising young scholars as well as leading senior researchers from across the globe, mainly in the fields of the humanities and social sciences but occasionally also to scholars in life and exact sciences whose projects interfaced with humanities and social sciences. From 2014 to 2019 the Programme was funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme.

In cooperation with the European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS).


Presented below is a selection of fellowships. As this is a past program we are working through our archives to ensure that fellows and fellowships are represented accurately. If you were a fellow under this program, please do get in touch with us.

Contact

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Fellowships

  • The Rational, Irrational and Political: Knowledge and Innovation in Central and Eastern Europe at the End of the 19th and Beginning of the 20th Century, -
  • Dealing with the Communist Past or Rewriting the Post-Communist Future? History, Memory and Methodology in the Czech Republic Since 1989, -
  • Second Emancipation: "Philosemitism" in Europe since 1945, -
  • Moving Light: Photography and Transnational History, -
  • A Gendered History of Labour in the Post-Yugoslav region: The Garment Industry Between Socialism and Post-Socialism (1945 – 2015), -
  • Literary Pax Sovietica: The Socialist-Realist Episode in Central and Eastern European Literatures (1945 – 1956), -
  • Gender and Precarious Work in a Historical Perspective: The European Context, -
  • The Rise and Fall of Post-Communist Constitutionalism: The Case of Hungary and its Impact on the Future of Liberal Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe, -
  • The Structures of the Lifeworld Revisted: A Critical Phenomenology of the Internet, -
  • German Tradition and Jewish Knowledge: The Cultural History of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, -
  • Historiography and Politics of Memory of World War II and the Holocaust in the Soviet Union, -
  • Muddling Through in a Grey Zone: Divergent Trajectories of the Hybrid Regimes after Communism, -
  • The Image of Women in Visual Representations of Revolution, -
  • Cultural Transfer. Exchanges of Art and Culture between Western Europe, Russia, and Central Europe, -
  • Democracy and Dissent. From Czech Dissidence to Radical Democracy, -
  • After Reason: Wagner contra Nietzsche, -
  • Well-tempered Discontent: Democratic Institutions and Inter-ethnic Cooperation in a Multinational Empire, -

Fellows