The objective of the Josef Dobrovský Fellowship is to support short-term study stays of foreign researchers at the Institutes of the CAS, enabling the elaboration of topics related to the focus of the specific Institute.The fellowship is intended for researchers who need to study the Czech historical, cultural, language, geographic or natural characteristics in the Czech Republic. Applications for the Josef Dobrovský Fellowships are submitted by the directors of the Institutes of the CAS after consultation with and on the basis of a recommendation by the Institute Board.
Applications for the Josef Dobrovsky Scholarship for 2024 should be sent to the Secretariat of the Institute of Art History by 16 November 2023.
In 2022, the Fellowship was awarded to Corinna Gannon, M.A. and Dr. Patrick Becker-Naydenov.
In 2019, the Fellowship was awarded to Anna Jozefacka, Ph.D.and Luise Mahler, M.A.
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