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AHRC says ‘get out and see the world’

The Arts and Humanities Research Council’s annual International Placement Scheme opens on 19 November. Scheme manager Allie Brown tells Brian Owens how young researchers can benefit from spending time abroad.

What is the International Placement Scheme?

It involves short funded fellowships at very prestigious international research institutions. We currently have six hosts, three of which are new this year. The new ones are the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, the Harry Ransom Center which is part of the University of Texas in Austin, and the Yale Center for British Art. Our established hosts are the Library of Congress (above) in Washington, the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, and the National Institutes for the Humanities in Japan.

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