In cooperation with Iter Inc., the CRRS offers a fellowship programme for graduate students to work on Iter’s research projects. In addition to the Iter Fellowships, the CRRS funds a number of Iter research assistantships for students, both undergraduate and graduate, and recent graduates of doctoral programmes.
Who may apply?
Candidates for Iter Fellowships and Assistanships should be actively working on any discipline within the period from 400 to 1700, that is, within Medieval, Renaissance, Reformation, or Early Modern studies. In addition, they should know one or more European languages other than English and have basic computer skills. Students interested in Iter Fellowships should read the online description for further details about required skills and availability. For more information, contact Natalie Oeltjen.
How do I apply?
Iter Fellows for 2012-13 have already been chosen. Information about applications for the 2013-14 academic year will be posted in this space sometime in Summer, 2013.