Date: January 2020 (stay in Florence 13-18 January 2020)
Venue: NIKI – Florence
Open to: RMA students and PhD candidates in Art and Architectural History, max. 16 participants. RMa students have precedence over PhD candidates
Credits: 6 EC, see below
Instruction language: English.
Faculty: Dr Machtelt Brüggen Israëls (University of Amsterdam) & Prof. dr Gert Jan van der Sman (NIKI)
Coordination: OSK (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fees: (See below)
Registration: Via website and send a CV and short letter of motivation to email@example.com. Deadline: October 20, 2019.
The course has four main components:
- Two seminars in Amsterdam: 7 January 2020, 11.00-14.00 & 9 January 2020, 11.00-14.00 (exact location to be announced)
- A stay in Florence at the NIKI (Dutch University Institute for Art History): Arrival on January 11 or 12, departure on January 19, 2020.
Program: January 13, 8 AM – January 18, 8 PM.
- A presentation in Florence on the chosen monument or ensemble of monuments.
- An annotated paper (ca. 5.000 words, excl. notes, deadline 3 February 2020) written by each participant after their return to the Netherlands, focusing on the chosen topic. The paper will be supervised by one of the professors.
Participation in the OSK-NIKI RMA Winter School is open to all students enrolled in a Research Master Program or PhD program at a Dutch University. The number of participants is limited to 16. RMA students have precedence over PhD candidates. Deadline for application is October 20, 2019. Students will be informed about admittance no later than October 25. Students are expected to attend all seminars and lectures and read and analyze the texts in advance.
There is no course fee. All students will be offered free housing at the NIKI (rooms are for 3 or 4 persons, shared dining room, kitchen, bathrooms and toilets). Students who are registered with OSK will be offered a travel grant of €75. Students are responsible for booking a flight themselves. The travel grant will be paid after delivering a successful paper and presentation. Make sure to keep your (digital) ticket and proofs of payment, without them the grant cannot be paid.
6 EC (possibility to expand), to receive after delivering a successful paper and presentation. Students have to check with their home university themselves whether the transfer of credits for this course is accepted. OSK will provide a testimonial of work load and EC.