L'Associació d'Amics de la Biblioteca Haas anuncia la convocatòria de dues beques atorgades per un període de tres mesos per a fer una estada que tingui per objectiu l'elaboració d'un projecte de recerca postdoctoral a la Biblioteca Haas. El projecte s'ha d'ajustar als temes propis del fons i ha de fer manifesta la necessitat específica de consultar-lo.

La beca ofereix l'oportunitat de dur a terme una recerca postdoctoral en un àmbit especialitzat als investigadors que proposin projectes ajustats al contingut del fons. L'objectiu de la concessió de la beca és la promoció de l'ús i la consulta del fons bibliogràfic, així com l'ajuda en el desenvolupament de projectes de recerca d'alt nivell entorn a les tradicions religioses, l'espiritualitat, l'estètica, la teologia,etc.

 

Haas Fellowships 2019 (Deadline 31.05.19)

Un any més, l'Associació d'Amics de la Biblioteca Haas obre la convocatòria per a les Haas Fellowships. La data límit per a enviar sol·licituds per a la convocatòria del 2019-2020 és el 31 de maig de 2019.

 

Requisits de la convocatòria:

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2019 Haas Fellowships

The selection committee of the Associació d'Amics de la Biblioteca Haas has decided to grant de 2019 Haas Fellowships to Dr. Nesrin Karavar and Dr. Martín José Bonadeo. The committee wants to highlight the appropriateness of the selected candidates' proposals in regard to the Haas collection and their suggestive approach to the plural topics that the collection is involved with. Regarding Dr. Nesrin Karavan's candidacy, it has been highly regarded as an important contribution to the comparative knowledge of Spanish and Turkish mystical traditions, specifically about St. Teresa de Jesús (1515-1582) and Adile Sultan (1826-1899), with the aim of pointing out the most characteristic aspects of feminine mystical literature in the East and the West. Regarding Dr. Martín José Bonadeo's project, it is particularly interesting because of its involvement with the images and graphic representations of the collection, which are to serve as the symbolic basis for a research around contemporary Art and spirituality.

 

2018 Haas Fellowships

The selection committee of the Associació d’Amics de la Biblioteca Haas has decided to grant the 2018 Haas Fellowships to Dr. Sebastián Moro Tornese and Dr. Sylvain Camilleri. The committee has taken into account both the quality of the projects and the career of the candidates, who have been chosen from a great number of excellent proposals. Regarding the first one, it has been particularly prominent because of the dialogue between the arts, the symbolism and the philosophy that it raises, as well as the appropriateness of the topic with the Haas bibliographic collection. Regarding the second one, it has been chosen because of the relevance of the approach proposed to the study of the figure of J. G. Hamann, a philosopher known as the magician of the north (Magus im Norden).

 

2017 Haas Fellowships

The selection committee of the Associació d’Amics de la Biblioteca Haas has decided to grant the 2017 Haas Fellowships to Dr. David Johnson, who has submitted the following project: "Watsuji's Philosophy of Nature: Thinking Between Heidegger and Gadamer." The research will be carried out during the first term of 2018. The committee has taken into account the appropriateness of the topic with the Haas collection, the intercultural dialogue that it raises between different philosophical traditions and their contribution to a deeper understanding of the philosophy practiced in East Asia, one of the thematic lines that constitutes the collection.

 

2016 Haas Fellowships

The selection committee of the Associació d’Amics de la Biblioteca Haas has decided to grant the 2016 Haas Fellowships to Dr. Elizabeth Coles, who submitted the following project: "The Gnosis of Words: Anxieties of Authorship from Porete to Carson." The committee took into account the appropriateness of the topic with the Haas collection, the interdisciplinary relationship of the project between literature and spirituality and the dialogue between the medieval and contemporary sources.