An interdisciplinary center for the study of the Habsburg Empire, Austria and other successor states, and the new Europe.
The Center for Austrian Studies wil award a Center for Austrian Studies Book Prize and a Dissertation Prize in 2014, thanks to a generous donation from David and Rosemary Good. The purpose of these biennial competitions is to encourage North American doctoral candidates and scholars in the full range of academic disciplines to do research in the field of Austrian, Habsburg, and post-Habsburg studies. Each award consists of $1,500. Complete details
Deadline for submission: Friday, March 14, 2014.
The Center for Austrian Studies at the University of Minnesota invites applications for a multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary research or art project grant for up to $40,000. The grant is intended for scholarly or artistic projects that are broadly based in Austrian/Central European Studies. CAS may split the $40,000 between two projects, as it did in 2011, when it awarded a grant to Alice Lovejoy, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, UMN,” and a smaller grant to Donna Gabaccia, Immigration History, UMN, and Annemarie Steidl, history, University of Vienna. Complete details
Application deadline: Friday, March 14, 2014
The Center for Austrian Studies is able to offer up to four Summer 2014 Research Grants of $4,000. The grants are intended to provide financial support to currently enrolled University of Minnesota graduate students in order to further their progress towards their degree. Applications are welcome from all disciplines, provided the topic has a connection to Austrian/Central European studies. For more information, contact Klaas van der Sanden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: Friday, February 28, 2014
Upcoming public television broadcasts of the documentary based upon the Center's 2008 public forum (principal cosponsor: Horst M. Rechelbacher Foundation) will occur on the statewide MN Channel, with affiliates in the Twin Cities, Duluth/Superior, Appleton, Austin/Rochester, Bemidji/Brainerd, and Fargo/Moorhead. You can now find the dates of upcoming broadcasts online.
The program is also archived at the Minnesota Video Vault. You may watch the program on your computer at your convenience.