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Postdoctoral fellowship in Hellenic Studies

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HANNAH SEEGER DAVIS POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN HELLENIC STUDIES 1997-98

Princeton University, Program in Hellenic Studies invites applications for the Hannah Seeger Davis Post-doctoral Fellowship in Hellenic Studies, awarded annually to a young scholar in Hellenic Studies, with special emphasis on Byzantine and/or Modern Greek Studies, including their relation to the Classical tradition.

The stipend for 1997-98 will be $32,000 and the term of residence will be September 1, 1997 to June 30, 1998. Fellows will spend an academic year in residence at Princeton for the purpose of revising their dissertation for publication as a book or for another research project specified in their application.

Eligibility: candidates who do not currently hold a tenure-track academic appointment at another institution and who have completed all the requirements for the doctoral degree by June 1, 1997, but not earlier than June 1, 1995. Candidates from all humanities and social science disciplines will be considered. Fellows will be selected by the Committee on Hellenic Studies.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, samples of their scholarly work, a detailed description of their research project, and three letters of recommendation. Deadline for application materials: January 1, 1997. The Committee also requires a letter from the candidate's departmental chair confirming the date of completion of all of the requirements for the doctoral degree. This letter should be received by June 1, 1997. The Committee will announce its decision by early June, 1997.

Applications should be sent to:

Princeton University,
Committee on Hellenic Studies, HSD,
Joseph Henry House,
Princeton, NJ 08544-1019


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