Opportunità

L’Istituto Storico Italo-Germanico offre diverse opportunità a ricercatori e studiosi.

  • A RESEARCH POSITION IN DIGITAL HISTORY FOR THE ERC PROJECT HOLYLAB
    This 1-year position is an integral part of the ERC-funded research project HOLYLAB (Grant agreement no. 101001857) based at ISIG and Roma Tre University and coordinated by Prof. Felicita Tramontana. The central task of the candidate is to develop and populate an open-access online database for the project starting from the collected dataset in spreadsheet format. As part of the research unit based at the ISIG, the candidate will be responsible for the planned database of the ERC project HOLYLAB. The project studies the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land, a thirteenth-century organisation funded to maintain the Holy Sepulchre and the friars’ presence in the Holy Land thanks to a complex system of alms gathering that involved worldwide branches called Commissariats. HOLYLAB investigates the Custody’s economic organisation through its account books for the period 1600 and 1800. One of the project’s main objectives is to offer free access to the data on money, costs, mobility, and consumption extracted from the accounting documents of Franciscan Commissariats.
  • 10 BORSE DI STUDIO PER LA PARTECIPAZIONE ALLA SETTIMANA DI STUDIO ANNUALE DELL'ISIG
    La LXV Settimana di Studi, organizzata dall’Istituto Storico Italo-Germanico della Fondazione Bruno Kessler in collaborazione con l’università di Trento e la Australian National University (Canberra), si terrà dal 12 al 14 settembre 2024. La Settimana di Studi avrà come tema (Dangerous) Crowds in Pre-Modern and Modern History. Una descrizione del tema del convegno e il programma saranno a breve disponibili al seguente link. L’Istituto Storico Italo-Germanico offre 10 borse di studio a dottorandi e postdoc (che hanno discusso la tesi dopo il 1 settembre 2021) che vogliono partecipare al convegno. Le borse di studio copriranno i costi di viaggio (fino a 200 euro) e di vitto e alloggio nei giorni del convegno.
  • Call for Expressions of Interest for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships 2024
    The Italian-German Historical Institute (ISIG) of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) in Trento is an advanced research centre that promotes research in early modern and contemporary history, with particular emphasis on transnational history. ISIG invites expressions of interest from postdoctoral researchers with an excellent track record of research and publications to apply for Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSCA) Individual Fellowships, awarded by the European Commission, to be hosted at ISIG. Priority will be given to applicants whose profiles fit closely with existing research interests and projects at ISIG. Selected candidates will be offered both academic advice and administrative support from ISIG and the FBK Research Office with regards to the proposal development.
  • "VISITING IN TRENTINO" Fellowship
    The Italian-German Historical Institute (ISIG) at the Fondazione Bruno Kessler in Trento is pleased to serve as Host Institution for applications for the ‘Visiting in Trentino’ fellowship. This Call for Applications is funded by the Autonomous Province of Trento. It is directed at funding ‘Visiting’ programmes for researchers and/or professors working abroad, to be implemented at Trentino research organisations, in order to reinforce a network of exchange and cooperation and enhance know-how as regards the use of innovative methodologies.
  • VISITING FELLOWS
    The Italian-German Historical Institute (ISIG) of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) in Trento is an advanced research centre that promotes research in early modern and contemporary history, with particular emphasis on transnational history. The research team includes permanent researchers, collaborators, and fellows. The institute has one of the most comprehensive specialist libraries for transnational history, with particular emphasis on Italian-German connections. The library also holds special collections, including both early modern printed books as well as the personal archives of Giulio Basetti Sani, Hubert Jedin, Serafino Majerotto, and Antonio Zieger. We invite historians whose research would benefit from collaboration with ISIG to apply for a Visiting Fellowship. These fellowships can last between one and six months.