Deadline: 20 November 2015
FIND offers annual grants and scholarships for students, researchers, artists and professionals who wish to develop specific project pertaining to the Foundation’s areas of interest. Particular attention is given to proposals pertaining to anthropology, music, photography, comparative religion and on Alain Daniélou’s work.
Grants of up to 6,000 euro each are offered for Indian and European projects related to the work and heritage of Alain Daniélou. Some of the Grants are earmarked to support projects by Asian applicants and some for Western applicants.
Tradition and discontinuity in India, polytheistic religion in a global context, eroticism and symbolic forms in the arts, dance and body philosophy, comparative musicology and international dialogue, Dravidian layers of Indian culture, the feminine and the masculine.
- Any person over the age of 18 is eligible. Young researchers and artists are encouraged to apply.
- Projects within the main areas of FIND’s competence and interest will be given priority.
- The selection process takes place in two stages: After a pre-selection, chosen applicants will be invited to a Skype interview with members of FIND Intellectual and Artistic Dialogue in collaboration with the Academic Committee. The jury will reach a final decision after this interview with the applicants.
How to Apply
- Applicants must be sent via email.
- Proposals for scholarships should be submitted in written form: a two-to-three-page description of the project, a letter of motivation and a CV, all in PDF format, together with the duly-filled-out form to be found on FIND’s website.
- Applicants are kindly requested to include contact information for TWO academic or artistic references familiar with their work and willing to make a scholarship recommendation. Once the applicants advance to the third and final stage of the evaluation and selection process, the said references will be contacted via email.
- The final decision will be announced between 31 January and 15 February 2016.
For more information, please Visit FIND Grant programme