16 November, 2022
In this darkest hour, Hera supports Ukraine and the Ukrainian people.
By Alison MacDermott
Posted: 4 March, 2022
HERA, as the European Network of 26 funding agencies over 25 partner countries, has always supported the solidarity, cooperation and mutual understating of cultural diversity in Europe. Through its funded projects in the humanities, HERA cares for common European values, such as freedom, democracy, equality and justice. Therefore, HERA wants to express its shock and dismay at the outbreak of a brutal war in Europe and condemn Russia’s military aggression against independent Ukraine. HERA stands in solidarity with the citizens of Ukraine who are showing exceptional dignity, courage and resilience in their struggle to preserve the sovereignty and integrity of their state.
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Please see information from the MSA on how national funding partners and host institutions can support Memory Scholars at Risk. Please share this information within your networks.
The Memory Studies Association offers funds for two fellowships of 4000 € each to support memory scholars at risk. The MSA is looking for institutions across the world that would like to provide a place of academic refuge including matching funds or equivalent in-kind assistance. Such institutions can contact scholars at risk known to them or seek advice from the MSA, which is collecting information on colleagues needing support. While the MSA is currently able to offer two fellowships, it is continuing efforts to raise more funds for additional fellowships.
General rules of the application:
Applications not exceeding 3000 words in total should contain the following:
To help scholars at peril, we encourage the liaison scholar to fill out the application.
The application (one document in pdf) should be sent by 30 April 2022 to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The MSA Fellowship Committee consists of: Sarah Gensburger (CNRS, Paris), Jie-Hyun Lim (Sogang University, Seoul), Kateřina Králová (Charles University Prague), Ann Rigney (University of Utrecht), Aline Sierp (Maastricht University), Joanna Wawrzyniak (University of Warsaw), Jenny Wüstenberg (Nottingham Trent University)
Should you have further questions please contact Joanna Wawrzyniak at email@example.com.
Call for Donations
The Memory Studies Association is organizing a fund to support memory scholars at risk. The fund will co-sponsor fellowships in hosting institutions across the world. Please consider donating any amount you can to help our colleagues whose lives and careers are at risk.
Please use the following account details:
Memory Studies Association
Please add “Scholars in peril donation” in the title of your transfer.
Many thanks for your consideration and support!
Sarah Gensburger, Jeffrey Olick, Aline Sierp, Jenny Wüstenberg
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