Second Edition of the Pilecki Fellowship Program | Call for Applications
The Pilecki Institute is very pleased to announce the second edition of the Pilecki Fellowship program.
The Pilecki Institute is very pleased to announce the second edition of the Pilecki Fellowship program, which is awarded to both experienced senior and junior researchers worldwide, representing disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, especially modern history, political science and international relations, sociology, international law studies, and political philosophy.
Fellowship recipients will be invited to spend a term of five months within the academic year 2021-2022 (the timeframe can be selected by the candidate) at the Pilecki Institute in Warsaw. It may be possible to extend this time period depending on the project and circumstances.
The Institute invites scholars to carry out their own research projects in this vibrant and intellectually stimulating environment, who will contribute with their approaches, perspectives, and new ideas. We are looking for scholars ready to work in a multidisciplinary and vigorous team and to participate in vibrant discussions on political, social, economic, cultural, international and legal aspects and implications of the complex phenomenon of totalitarianism.
For more details please check our full announcements for each program:
We encourage everyone with interesting research proposals to apply!
In the first edition of the program fellowships were awarded to:
Agnieszka Kubal, University College London (UCL), School of Slavonic and East European Studies, UK
Markus Krzoska, Deutsches Polen-Institut, Darmstadt, Germany
Marcus Colla, University of Oxford, Christ Church College, Oxford, UK
Samantha Knapton, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK