History of Philosophy Forum Summer 2023 Writing and Research Grants



Excited to announce that the History of Philosophy Forum is partnering with ISSA to run a new summer grant program for visiting researchers! Projects in the history of philosophy (broadly construed), at any stage of development, are welcome. Successful applicants will receive free accommodation for a period of one month (between May 15 and August 15, 2023) in a furnished visiting faculty studio apartment next to the Notre Dame campus, as well as library access and a library workspace. Recipients are responsible for their own travel and any other expenses incurred.

Are you working on a research project in the history of philosophy (broadly construed)? Need some time for writing and/or research this summer (2023), with the resources of a world-class library at your disposal? The History of Philosophy Forum at the University of Notre Dame invites applications for our “2023 Summer Writing and Research Grants” pilot program, starting immediately.

Program Information

What: Successful applicants will receive free accommodation for one month in a furnished visiting faculty studio apartment, conveniently located next to the University of Notre Dame campus, as well as library access and a library workspace. Recipients are responsible for their own travel and any other expenses incurred.

Project criteria: Projects at any stage of development are welcome. Topic must be in the history of philosophy, which we construe expansively to include any historical tradition of reasoning via a wide range of methodologies, including religious intellectual traditions, intellectual history, history of political thought, history of philosophical approaches to the natural world, etc.

When: The opportunity window for a summer research stay is open from approximately May 15 to August 15, 2023. Research stays are for a one-month period (ideally starting on the 1st or 15th day of the month, but we may be able to provide some flexibility). The application form will ask you to specify which dates you prefer.

Eligibility: Applicants must have a PhD and affiliation with an academic institution, either internationally or domestically. This program is not open to graduate students. If you will need a visa to travel to the US, please investigate before applying whether you will realistically be able to secure the necessary documents before your planned travel.

Deadline: Applications will be reviewed starting immediately, on a rolling basis, and the program will close when we have filled all available slots.

“Trajectories in the Byzantine fabric of time: philosophical and narratological approaches to temporal (dis)order in middle Byzantium”


Byzantine #Roman #art #archaeology #architecture #history #culture #heritage #highereducation #Ireland #Christian #Church #liturgy #Crusades #Templars #Hospitallers #Antiquity #Medieval #music #Greek

This research project at the University of Vienna investigates Byzantine notions of time and eschatology from the vantage point of three distinct but interrelated literary genres: philosophical treatises, apocalyptic prophecies, and historiographical narratives. The project is funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (№ 101019501) and runs from October 2021 until September 2023. For more information, please contact András Kraft (andras.kraft@univie.ac.at) or visit the project’s blog (https://synteleia.hypotheses.org).


Grateful to BSANA for this notice.

The Byzantinist Society of Cyprus Executive Committee

We invite you to the Fourth International Conference on Byzantine and
Medieval Studies, organized by the Byzantinist Society of Cyprus
(Βυζαντινολογική Εταιρεία Κύπρου), in the Nicosia Multipurpose Municipal
Center (Πολυδύναμο Δημοτικό Κέντρο Λευκωσίας), between the 17th and 19th
of March 2023.

Academics, researchers, and post-graduate students will present their
ongoing research, work-in-progress or fieldwork reports on aspects of
the history, archaeology, art, architecture, literature, philosophy and
religion of Cyprus and the broader Mediterranean region, during the
Byzantine, Medieval and Ottoman periods. We attach the Programme.

The Conference is dedicated to the memory of the Society’s founding
member Dr Athanasios Papageorghiou. His work – an invaluable legacy for
Cypriot and Byzantine studies – will be presented by Dr Chalarambos
Bakirtzis, on Friday, 17 March, at 18:15.

The Conference keynote speaker is Professor Emeritus Asher Ovadiah – Tel
Aviv University. The keynote lecture, titled: The images of the Early
Byzantine church and its architectural elements in the mirror of
patristic literary sources, will be on Friday, 17 March, at 18:30.

The Honorary President of the Conference is Professor Emeritus Costas N.
Constantinides – University of Ioannina. His lecture, titled: Ελληνική
παιδεία: από τη σύγκρουση στη συμφιλίωση και την αρμονική συνύπαρξη με
τη χριστιανική θρησκεία, will be on Saturday, 18 March, at 10:15.

Byzantinist Society of Cyprus Executive Committee

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