From 2005 onward, Studia Rudolphina: Centre for Research of Art and Culture of Rudolf II Era has been providing a research residence “in memoriam of Kateřina Dušková,” a young colleague who died tragically at the very beginning of her scholarly career. Funded from sponsors' gifts, this residence at the Institute of Art History, CAS in Prague is meant for both international and domestic students or emerging researchers who focus on the era of Rudolf II. The suggested duration of the residence is 2-3 weeks. The centre provides free accommodation and financial support. Residents are expected to write a report and discuss the research results with the institute's members. They are encouraged to publish their results in the Studia Rudolfina Bulletin.
Applications are accepted all year round. Please send your CV, bibliography and two-page project proposal to the address:
Studia Rudolphina, Ústav dějin umění AVČR, Husova 4, 110 00 Praha 1.
Contact: Mgr. Sylva Dobalová, Ph.D.
Successful candidates and their themes:
2019: Adriana Concin, Florentine artists in 16th-century Bohemia
2014: Lily Filson, Rudolf II’s Grotto and Francesco Medici’s Pratolino: New Observations, Studia Rudolphina 15, 2015, pp. 135–146.
2008: Martina Šárovcová, Matouš Radouš und das Königgrätzer Graduale, Studia Rudolphina 11, 2011, pp. 61–76; Auswahlbibliographie zu den Böhmischen illuminierten musikalischen Handschriften (1526–1620), Studia Rudolphina11, 2011, pp. 153–163.
2007: Evelyn Reitz, Bartholomäus Sprangers Selbstbildnis zwischen Herkunft und Fremde, Studia Rudolphina 9, 2009, pp. 39–52
2006: Jörg Diefenbacher, Eine Prageransicht von Anton Mirou, entstanden in einem dichten Beziehungsgeflecht niederländischer Künstler in Frankenthal, Frankfurt und Prag, Studia Rudolphina 8, 2008, s. 34–48
2005: Betram Kaschek, „Bruegel in Prag“: Anmerkungen zur Rezeption Pieter Bruegels d. Ä. um 1600, Studia Rudolphina 7, 2007, pp. 44–58.
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