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Application deadline 1 December 2014. More information can be found in the fellowship section.
Project The southeastern necropolis of Pergamon. Archaeological and anthropological studies on the sepulchral culture and population structure of a Roman metropolis (Project Head Prof. Dr. Felix Pirson, German Archaeological Institute, Istanbul)
Photo: Southeastern necropolis of Pergamon, inventory of articles from a woman’s grave, 2011
Doctoral Project by Marcus Pilz, Munich: Transparency and ornament. Rock crystal works in Germany
Photo: Rock crystal mounted as a cup, additionally visible are the arms of the house Arolsen and Saxony. Foundation of the Princely House of Waldeck and Pyrmont, Bad Arolsen
Project Insecure Democracy: Risk and Political Engagement in South Africa (Scholarship Holder Prof. Dr. Sarah Brooks, Columbus, Ohio)
Photo: Cape Town, South Africa, a walled city. High rates of violence in South Africa have led many to retreat behind private security and walled estates.
Project Seafaring, Trade, and Knowledge Transfer: Maritime Politics and Commerce in Early Middle Period to Early Modern China (Project Head Prof. Dr. Angela Schottenhammer, Salzburg)
The historical map (13th century) shows the location of Van Don which has been an outer port of Dai Viet and was used as a naval base during the battle against the Kublai Khan fleet.
Project Safeguarding the manuscripts from Timbuktu, Mali: Dr. Abdel Kader Haïdara with some of the chests in a temporary storage location in Bamako (Project Head Prof. Dr. Michael Friedrich, Hamburg)
Project Johann Sebastian Bach's St. Thomas. Discovery and documentation of music-historical sources (Project Head: PD Dr. Peter Wollny, Bach Archive Leipzig)
Photo: Francesco Gasparini (1661-1727): Missa canonica, vocals hautbois (oboe) 1/violin 1 in Johann Sebastian Bach’s handwriting (Former Ephoral Library Weißenfels, Heinrich-Schütz-Haus depository)
Project European prints 1789-1889. A lexikon of the iconography of the Revolutions (Project Head Prof. Dr. Rolf Reichardt, Gießen)
The belittling motif of the child ruler in his playpen was embossed for Louis XVI in 1791 and transferred to British King George IV in 1827 (W. Heath: A fishing party. Kol. Rad., London: S. W. Forces, 1827, private collection)
Doctoral project by Dr. Daniel Stahl, Jena, Nazi hunt. South America's dictatorships and the punishment of Nazi crimes
Photo: Beate Klarsfeld demonstrates together with Paraguayan opposition activists for the extradition of Josef Mengele (Photo: Beate Klarsfeld)
Project Willy Brandt and Günter Grass. The correspondence (Scholarship Holder Dr. Martin Kölbel, Berlin)
Photo: dafür, Nr 1, May 1969. Günter Grass wrote two articles: Sind zwanzig Jahre genug (p. 4f.) and Wer hat Angst vor... (p. 29)
Mies van der Rohe in Krefeld. Mies 1:1 The golf club project - an accessible architectural model (Project Head and Curator Christiane Lange, Mies van der Rohe in Krefeld e.V.)