The scholarship holders of the XXIII edition

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On February 10, 2021, the International Cultural Centre hosted a meeting of the Recruitment Committee for the Thesaurus Poloniae scholarship program. The ICC received 15 applications from 4 countries.

The winners of the awarded scholarships are:
  • Prof. Sergiu Musteata (Moldova, Faculty of History and Geography, Ion Creang State Pedagogical University) - the aim of the project is to analyze Polish and European policies regarding the protection of cultural heritage (Senior Program);
  • Dr Stanisław Wołoszczenko (Ukraine, employee of the Diocese of Pereyaslav-Vyshneve , manager of the Handwritten and Printed Heritage of the Kiev Church: Archives, Libraries and Museums) - the aim of the project is to conduct research on eastern manuscripts in the collections of the Jagiellonian Library (Senior Program);
  • Dr Aleksandar Zlatanov (Bulgaria, Faculty of History, Sofia University) - the aim of the project is to analyze the relationship between Bulgarian politicians and the Hotel Lambert camp in the years 1840-1870 (Senior Program).
In 2009, the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland established the Thesaurus Poloniae scholarship program, which has been implemented by the ICC from the very beginning. Scientists working in the field of history, art history, sociology, ethnography as well as cultural anthropology and other related sciences may apply for the scholarship. The Thesaurus Poloniae program is aimed at people who are not Polish citizens. A single scholarship stay lasts three months, during which the scholarship holder stays and conducts research in Krakow.

More information about the program and the application procedure can be found HERE.
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