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21.02.2023 Research Scholarships "Documenting, Recording and Saving Ukrainian Archaeological Heritage" (apply by: 12.03.2023)
at the Head Office of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI)
In 2023, the DAI offers several research scholarships starting on 01.06.2023 at the earliest and lasting 1 to 7 months. The scholarships must be conducted within the year 2023, i.e. their duration may not exceed 31.12.2023.
The DAI’s mission is to carry out, promote, and publish worldwide research in the various archaeological disciplines and their adjacent specialties. The DAI endorses scholarly diversity and multidisciplinary research, along with international cooperation and the development of integrated investigation approaches. With its activities, the DAI contributes to the protection, preservation, and presentation of cultural heritage in Europe and worldwide. It sustains research infrastructures open to scholars from all countries. The DAI strives for unity between the archaeological disciplines in Germany and the classical studies in general as well as for the advancement of young scholars and scholarly exchange throughout Europe and the world. It thus sees itself as a significant operator in cultural relations, education, and foreign affairs.
Consistent with its statutory tasks, the DAI awards research scholarships to promote scholarly projects that meet with the interests of the German Archaeological Institute and directly link up with the tasks of the latter. The scholarship is awarded to well-demarcated, independent research projects and for the encouragement of scholarly exchange whose aim it is to significantly contribute along the lines of the German Archaeological Institute. The proposed research project must be directly connected to a DAI research project. The results obtained under a research scholarship are presented in a publication on the project.
In reaction to the ongoing Russian aggression against Ukraine and in accordance with the principles stated above, the DAI invites applications for projects within the DAI’s fields of work that aim at making a sustainable contribution to the DAI’s project “Documenting, Recording and Saving Ukrainian Archaeological Heritage”. Projects chosen for funding must present their results in a publication.
Ukrainian scholars are especially encouraged to apply. Proposals aiming at performing research in Ukraine will be given special consideration.
Applicants must hold a degree in the field of archaeology or a closely related discipline are eligible to apply. Remuneration is set at 2.050.-€ for PostDocs and 1.500.-€ for PreDocs. Further details are provided in the DAI guideline for fellowships.
Applications addressed to the president may be submitted no later than 12.03.2023 to the address email@example.com.
To apply, please send the following documents (preferably joined in a single pdf file):
- Cover letter
- Filled and signed application form for research scholarships (Download)
- Exposé describing the research project (max. length: 3.000 characters incl. spaces)
- Work plan for the scholarship
- Diplomas of academic degrees
- Complete list of own publications
- Academic resumé including information on marital status and nationality (max. length: 2 pages)
Research scholarships are awarded in accordance with the DAI’s research scholarship guideline effective since 01.09.2020. The DAI’s scholarship committee decides about the allocation of research scholarships.
Your personal data connected with your application will be treated with greatest care and discretion. For information on data privacy protection policy, please go to www.dainst.org/datenschutz. There you will find information (compliant with Art. 13 DSGVO) about the scope and the manner of how we handle your personal data as well as your rights regarding this matter.
 Diplomas are accepted in German or English. If your diploma is in another language, please provide a translated version.