Who can participate?
The call for participation is addressed to master's and doctoral students from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds including the arts, humanities, social and natural sciences, design, and architecture. We also welcome applications from independent artists, self-organized writers, intellectuals, researchers, curators, coordinators, editors, journalists, activists from outside academia, or from professionals working within institutions with collections, archives, or other representational systems of knowledge. Participation in the Academy is free of charge. Accommodation and catering will be provided for all participants throughout the curriculum. Participants are expected to finance their own travel costs. A limited number of needs-based travel grants can be provided upon request. Please contact us as soon as possible for further information.Childcare can be offered upon request.
We are seeking proposals consisting of a short CV and a motivation letter in which a research question must be formulated. The motivation letter should be between 300 and 500 words in length and include information about your own research interests and/or practices as well as a statement about which kinds of settings, formats, and methods in connection to the AdA and archives in general you believe need negotiation-both inside and outside academia. Please include contact details for one or two references if possible and send proposals as pdf files to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submission of applications: Dec 15, 2018
Notification of acceptance:Jan 18, 2019
Applicants should be committed to interdisciplinary collaboration and engaged discussion. Active participation is expected during both the Academy program and the Congress.The program will be conducted in English.If you are concerned that your level of proficiency in English is sufficient to attend the program, please contact us and we will try to organize a translator for you.
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