El Museo Plantin-Moretus y la biblioteca Henrik Conscience acaban de presentar su programa de becas para investigadores sobre el libro antiguo (entre los siglos XV y XVIII) en Amberes:
Applications for a new fellowship programme "Early printed books in Antwerp" are now open. An initiative taken by the Plantin-Moretus Museum and the Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library in Antwerp, the programme offers two short-term grants in 2018, with a minimum duration of two weeks. They are intended to allow scholars to travel to Antwerp in order to perform research on the collections of both institutions.
The programme is made possible through the gracious support of the "Thierry and Frédéric Nottebohm Grant" of the Nottebohm Family Foundation.
The research grants are open to anyone, including early career scholars, independent researchers and established scholars. Applicants living in Europe can request up to 2000 €, applicants living outside of Europe can request up to 3000 €. The grants can only be used for transportation and accommodation.
The deadline for application is 1 September 2018.
More details on https://www.consciencebibliotheek.be/en/page/fellowship-programme