Thesaurus Poloniae – results of recruitment

2013-02-18
2013, February 18
Thesaurus Poloniae – results of recruitment

The International Cultural Centre in Krakow is pleased to announce the winners of the first edition of 2013 Thesaurus Poloniae – the fellowship programme of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for foreign researchers preoccupied with the cultural heritage of Poland and broadly conceived Central Europe. Out of 58 submitted application, the Evaluation Committee selected three projects to be awarded with the Senior-type scholarship, and four project in the Junior category. Hence, this spring Krakow and the ICC will be happy to host seven foreign researches.

We would like to use this opportunity to express our satisfaction with the ever-increasing quality of submitted applications as well as interest in the programme itself which was first launched in 2009.

The winners of this year’s edition are:

Dr Jurij Biriulow, National University of Technology, Lviv, Ukraine.
Senior Programme. Project concerns the monograph entitled: Lviv 1880-1918. New artistic outlook.

Laszlo Ferenczi, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.
Junior Programme. Project concerns research on the Polish Cistercians abbeys  during the late middle aged period.

Samuel Morrison Gallacher, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca, Italy and ICOM Europe.
Junior Programme. Project concerns museum objects that became a collection elements as diplomatic gifts of the 16th c.

Katarzyna Korycki, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Junior Programme. Project concerns relationships between memory and law.

Dr Olimpia Mitric, Stefan cel Mare University in Suceava, Romania.
Senior Programme. Project concerns historic Polish inprints and handwritings in Moldova.

Viktorija Pimpyte, Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Junior Programme. Project concerns research on conservation of art and architecture in Krakow and Vilnius during the interwar period.

Dr Katia Vandenborre, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.
Senior Programme. Project concerns the first French monograph of Polish fairy tales. 

 

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