The Paul Mellon Centre’s Rome Fellowship: Inviting Scholars from Around the World

Deadline: 23 May 2016

The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art is currently inviting applications for its Rome Fellowship programme, offered annually to allow a Senior or Mid-Career scholar three months at the British School at Rome to work on an Anglo-Italian art-historical topic of any period from the medieval era onwards.

The Rome Fellowship is for the three months April to June 2017.

Funding Information

  • For academics, scholars in full-time University employment, curators and other art professionals, Rome Fellowship provides full residential accommodation at the British School at Rome for three months, an honorarium of £2,300 and the sum of £7,500 towards replacement staff costs at the Fellow’s home institution, if required.
  • For independent scholars the Rome Fellowship provides full residential accommodation at the British School at Rome for three months as well as a grant of £6,000. If an independent Fellow accepts full-time employment during the period of the Rome Fellowship, the Centre will request an appropriate reimbursement of the award.

Eligibility Criteria

The Rome Fellowship is for senior or mid-career scholars only. It is open to individuals from any country. Although applications are welcome from individuals who do not hold a doctorate, all applicants must have an established scholarly profile.  Applicants must be competent in spoken and written Italian and will be expected to contribute to the academic life at the British School at Rome during their fellowship.

How to Apply

Applicants are required to apply online for this fellowship programme.

For more information, please visit Rome Fellowship.

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