The Italian Art Society offers two grants of $500 each year that support travel for emerging scholars to any conference at which the IAS is sponsoring a session.
This competition is open to M.A. or Ph.D. students, or Ph.D. holders within ten years of the degree (pre-tenure, non-tenure-track, or independent scholars). Applicants must be presenting a paper about the art or architecture of Italy from the prehistoric to the present at one of these conferences, but not necessarily in an IAS-sponsored session.
2023 WINNERS OF THE IAS CONFERENCE TRAVEL GRANTS FOR EMERGING SCHOLARS:
Shannah Rose, PhD Candidate, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University,
RSA San Juan, “Towards an Antiquity of the New World: Receptions of Mexican Pictography in Early Modern Rome”
Abigail Upshaw, Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina Wilmington
RSA San Juan, “Mulberry Trees and Textile Machines: Leonardo da Vinci and Ludovico Sforza’s Automated Textile Mill”
CURRENT CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The 2024 cycle of grants is now open. The application deadline is December 15, 2023.
Recipients must be members of the IAS at the time of application and upon receipt of the award, and may not have received an IAS award in the previous two years. IAS officers and committee members are not eligible to apply. Applications should be submitted through the form below. You must be logged into your account on the site to access the form.
Please email Dr. Jasmine Cloud, Chair of the IAS Awards Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.