Turkish citizens, holding a degree in Archaeology no older than forty-five years of age. Doctoral students as well as for assistant and associate professors are eligible.
MARTIN HARRISON MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP
With funds donated in memory of the late Professor Martin Harrison, the University of Oxford has instituted a scheme of short-term Fellowships to enable Turkish scholars to come to the United Kingdom and Oxford University for a period of research.
Applications are welcome from archaeologists and scholars in related fields such as epigraphy, numismatics, ancient history, and art history. Applicants should have completed two years of postgraduate research and be aged forty-five or younger. The Fellowships are intended for scholars from the docent, assistant and doctoral student levels.
The Fellowships are open to Turkish citizens resident in Turkey who are working in any area of the material and visual culture of Anatolia, from the Prehistoric to the Ottoman period.
Competence in speaking and writing English is necessary. The Fellowship is to support a stay of up to 60 days, and has a maximum value of £1,000. A return airfare to London will be provided by the British Institute at Ankara (BIAA).
Application forms and further details are available at the link below and from the British Institute at Ankara, 24 Tahran Caddesi, Kavaklidere, TR-06700 Ankara (email@example.com) Completed applications, including a curriculum vitae, should be sent to the BIAA which will forward them to the University of Oxford.
The closing date for applications is 15 April 2017.
For futher information contact:
Tel: 312 428 0330
Fax: 312 428 0331