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CARMEN - lettre du 05 juillet 2011

Dear colleagues,

Let me draw your attention to the following information about grant deadlines and positions. Also, let me use this opportunity to remind you about the upcoming CARMEN meetings, the first to take place next week at the IMC Leeds, Wed 13 July, 13.15-14.00 (session 1190) under the title CARMEN : Successes, Plans, and Opportunities - An Open Round Table Discussion (Bodington Senior Common Room). The second is our Annual CARMEN Meeting on September 9-11, 2011 (Madrid, Segovia), of which you have already been informed in the previous Circulars. Please, note that the deadline for bursary applications to attend the Annual CARMEN Meeting is the end of July, and that early booking of hotels is recommended. Also, the call for projects to be presented at the MARKET PLACE is now open, please, send your ideas to Elisabeth Tyler (emt1 york.ac.uk).

A number of grant calls and deadlines has been announced recently :

1. Please find attached a DRAFT of the “Work Programme 2012” in the theme of socio-economic sciences and humanities of the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme which is foreseen to be published officially during this summer and which will probably not have major changes. Early publishing will give you more time to prepare collaborative groups and set up the cooperation networks needed for application via this programme.

2. Three positions were recently announced, short-term position in CMS Bergen (please follow this link), a PhD. position at Durham (see attached), and one administrative position at The Catholic University, Washington DC (see below) :

Job posting (of interest for medievalists and Byzantinists) :
Administrative Coordinator (full-time)
Center for the Study of Early Christianity and Center for Medieval &
Byzantine Studies
The Catholic University of America

The Centers for the Study of Early Christianity and Medieval &
Byzantine Studies at CUA invite applications for a new Administrative
Coordinator position effective immediately. The coordinator will assist
both Centers with daily administrative and organizational tasks (student
records, budget, office duties, etc.), with event organizing (lectures,
workshops, seminars, conferences), maintaining local and international
contacts, and organizing public outreach (web design, advertising,
publications, etc.). We are looking for a candidate who has a strong
interest in the scholarly fields represented by these Centers (degree in
a relevant field desired) and can demonstrate independence, creativity,
enthusiasm, and a high level of professionalism and diplomacy. For
further requirements and application process, please see
http://humanresources.cua.edu/positions/current.cfm.
For more information on the two Centers, see here and here.

For further information please contact Dr. Lilla Kopar or Tania Draghi at CUA’s HR. Review of applications
begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

3. A new call from the EU for support for administrative costs of Earopean-wide cultural and educational networks was published recently : see here.
Please, note that the deadline is September 15 th, 2011.

4. Further new calls for funding in related disciplines (giving medievalists an opportunity to participate within broader projects) has been published by the EC Framework programmes and the Mellon Foundation (see below) :

a) the Environment Draft Work Program. It features broader topics using a two-stage submission and evaluation procedure. For more information, see here.

b) further EU Framework Programmes beyond the above-mentioned Draft Work Program of the EU-funded Framework Program 7 Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities 2012.

c) The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation opened calls for individual applications. See Current Programs here and here.

Especially take note of the following Mellon Fellowships