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Opportunity profile: For all research that leads to Rome

The British School at Rome’s three-month senior fellowships are open to all humanities and social science researchers. Gill Clark, the school’s registrar, tells Anna McKie that applicants should stress their need to be in the Eternal City.

The British School at Rome was founded in 1901 as a school for research into archaeology, but also Italian studies more generally. It covers research into the language, literature, antiquities, art and history of Rome and Italy, covering all periods to the present day. In fact, right from the start the school has been interested in the ancient through to the very modern.

The deadline for the school’s senior fellowships falls in January each year, although the 2018 deadline is yet to be set.

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