JOINTLY SPONSORED GRANTS
Fulbright - Freud Visiting Scholar of Psychoanalysis
LENGHT OF GRANT 4 months
STARTING DATE March 2020
COMMENTS This grant is generously funded by the host institution
Location: Sigmund Freud Foundation and Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna
Benefits: This award includes a travel grant of Euro 800, medical and accident insurance, and a monthly stipend of Euro 3,300 per month for four months.
Language: The Austrian Fulbright Commission expects Fulbright-Freud scholars to have a high level of German proficiency, although English may be used as the language of instruction.
Elegibility: All applicants must have US Citizenship.
(US Green Card, Permanent Residency or Residency Permit is not sufficient)
Qualifications: Open to associate and full professors. Several years of teaching/lecturing or professional experience in relevant fields of psychoanalysis.
Grant Activity: Conduct research at the Sigmund Freud Foundation in Vienna and teach one course or seminar on a topic related to the research project at a Viennese host institution. Details of teaching assignment are to be arranged by the Sigmund Freud Foundation and the Austrian Fulbright Commission in consultation with grantee.
Specialization(s): human sciences, cultural studies, theory and/or practice of psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic studies, neurosciences in relation to psychoanalysis, arts related to psychoanalysis.
Comments: Applicants must solicit a letter of invitation from the Sigmund Freud Foundation by submitting a curriculum vitae and research/lecturing proposal. Visit www.freud-museum.at for more information about the Freud Museum.
Contact information: Dr. Daniela Finzi, Research, Sigmund Freud Foundation, Berggasse 19, A 1090 Vienna; ph. +431 319 15 96 0; fax: +431 317 02 79; e-Mail: office(at)freud-museum.at.
Recipients of this award
- Christine Coffman, University of Alaska, 2018-2019
- Donna Orange, New York University, 2017-2018
- Eric Anderson, Rhode Island School of Design, 2016-2017
- Thomas Kohut, Williams College, 2015-2016
- Michelle Duncan, Cornell University, 2014-2015
- Pamela Cooper-White, Columbia Theological Seminary - Decatur, 2013-2014
- Robert Tobin, Clark University, 2012-2013
- June Pilcher, Clemson University, 2011-2012
- Liliane Weissberg, University of Pennsylvania, 2010-2011
- Steven Miller, State University of New York, Buffalo, 2009-2010
- Ruben Gallo, Princeton University, 2009-2010
- Jeanne Wolff-Bernstein, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California, 2007-2008
- Ann Pellegrini, New York University, 2006-2007
- Vamik Volkan, University of Virginia, 2005-2006
- Mary Bergstein-Massi, Rhode Island School of Design, 2004-2005
- Peter Rudnytsky, University of Florida, 2003-2004
- Diane O`Donoghue, Tufts University, 2001-2002
- Jay Geller, Vanderbilt University, 2000-2001