Fellowships

T.B.L. WEBSTER FELLOWSHP

The  T. B. L. Webster Fellowship was inaugurated in 1999. Professor E. J. Jory (Western Australia) was appointed as the first Webster Fellow. The Fellowship is awarded to senior scholars from universities outside the UK whose research interests are in the ancient theatre or in classical art and archaeology. The successful candidate is expected to spend a minimum of six weeks at the Institute and to deliver the Webster Lecture. He or she is provided with a stipend of £5000 toward the cost of travel and accommodation.

The Webster Fellow is appointed annually by a small selection committee. Applications and nominations for the 2016-17 Fellowship must be submitted not later than 31 January 2016. Applicants are requested to send to the Director a CV, a short account of the research project they intend to pursue with the aid of the Fellowship, the subject of the lecture they would give, and the names and addresses of two referees. Results are normally announced in April.

Professor Eric Csapo (Sydney) is the Webster Fellow for 2015-16. He will deliver the Webster Lecture at 5 pm on 4 May 2016.

A. D. TRENDALL FELLOWSHIP

The A. D. Trendall Fellowship was inaugurated in 2000. The Trendall Fellow is normally appointed in alternate years and is open to senior scholars from universities outside the UK whose research interests are in South Italian archaeology and history, or in art history. The successful candidate is expected to spend a minimum of six weeks at the Institute and to deliver the Trendall Lecture. He or she is provided with a stipend of £5000 toward the cost of travel and accommodation.

Applicants are requested to send to the Director a CV, a short account of the research project they intend to pursue with the aid of the Fellowship, the subject of the lecture they would give, and the names and addresses of two referees. The deadline for applications will be 31 January 2017. Results are normally announced in April.

The Trendall Fellow for 2015-16 is Professor Thomas Carpenter from Ohio University. He will deliver the Trendall Lecture at 5pm on 10 May 2016.

VISITING FELLOWSHIPS

The Institute offers a number of non-stipendiary Visiting Fellowships which are ordinarily awarded for periods of between three and 12 months. They are open to Classical scholars from universities in the UK and abroad. For further information please contact the Director.