The Excellence Cluster Topoi is inviting journalists specializing in ancient studies, archaeology, or history for one to three months ‘Topoi Journalist in Residence Fellowship program’ 2014. The fellowship program offers the fellows opportunity to closely observe one or more TOPOI research projects and to take part in conferences and seminars, as well as to conduct their own research at participating libraries and in dialogues with scholars.
The fellows get an opportunity to observe interdisciplinary research projects in action, study how new technologies are being applied in ancient studies, participate in conferences and seminars, and conduct their own research using the libraries and other resources of participating institutions.
Journalists specializing in ancient studies, archaeology, or history are eligible to apply.
Complete application includes a curriculum vitae, 3-5 work samples, a letter of recommendation (from editor-in-chief or departmental head), and a research project proposal (1-2 pages stating the proposed starting date of the project and length of residency).
For more information, please visit Journalists in Residence Fellowship page.