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ASH wishes you happy holidays!


Since I started as the Director of ASH in September, I've been continually impressed by the diversity of activities that ASH researchers are involved in, and indeed that we are initiating and driving forward.  Despite the many demands on our time that come from teaching, supervision, and administration in addition to research, so many of you are devoting a great many extra hours to giving papers, engaging in conference and workshop organization, undertaking 'valorization'-related activities of various kinds, as well as writing grant applications.  I'm sure it will be no surprise to anyone how brilliantly ASH is doing in all of these!--just have a look at our recent newsletters for a sampling of our many successes in highly-competitive ERC and NWO competitions, among others, which are just a few of our many tremendous achievements.  We have much to be proud of, and I'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who's played a role in making Historical Studies at the UvA an energetic, stimulating, and friendly place to be doing excellent research.
 
I wish you all the best for a relaxing holiday season, and look forward to working with you more in the coming year.
 
Sincerely,
 
Liz Buettner


News ASH community

Guy Geltner awarded ERC Consolidator Grant

The European Research Council has awarded a prestigious Consolidator Grant (2 M€) to prof. Guy Geltner (Medieval History, ASH) to carry out his research project entitled 'Healthscaping Urban Europe: Bio-Power, Space and Society, 1200-1500'.

Read more on the ASH website.

Remco Raben and Lisa Kuitert awarded NWO Free Competition grant

Professor Remco Raben (ASH) and professor Lisa Kuitert (AHM) have been awarded an NWO Free Competition grant (€ 750.000) for their project 'Decolonizing knowledge. Postcoloniality and the making of modern Indonesia’s knowledge culture, 1945-1970'.

Read more on the ASH website.

Update ASH call for nominations | NWO PhDs in the Humanities

ASH invites researchers to nominate applications for the PhDs in the Humanities 2017 competition. Applications can be submitted to ash-fgw@uva.nl until 5 January 2017, 11.00 am (CET), at the latest. For more details on the ASH nomination procedure, please contact the ASH office.

Please note the the 2017 Call for Proposals is now online on the NWO website, as well as the 2017 application form. 

Applications must be drawn up according to the NWO application form, but at this stage Sections 12 (Data Management) and 15 (Research Budget) can be skipped.  These sections will be set up with the Grant team should the application be selected for submission to NWO.

The application must be supported by at least one supervisor (‘promotor’) and should be written in English.
 

KNAW Academy Colloquia

Academy Colloquia are small, exclusive expert meetings, hosted and funded by the Academy. They are held at the Academy’s Trippenhuis Building in Amsterdam. The aim is to bring together a select international group of no more than fifty top researchers to discuss a subject in which key innovations are expected.

The Academy contributes a maximum sum of EUR 6500 a day. A maximum of EUR 3500 is available to organise a related master class for at least 15 PhD candidates. The Academy also makes all the practical arrangements.

Applications will be accepted starting in December 2016. The deadline for an Academy Colloquium to be organised in 2018 is 1 March 2017. More information on the KNAW website.
News items or event announcements can be sent to ash-fgw@uva.nl, using the following form.
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