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The Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Arts
HCAS invites applications for 1–2 postdoctoral researchers in the Arts for fixed-term employment from 1 January to 31 December 2017.
The application period ended on 2 June 2016. The appointment decision will be published on 5 September 2016.
The 2017 Core Fellowship at the HCAS
HCAS invites applications for Post-doctoral Researcher / University Researcher / Research Director positions. The application period will start in September 2016.
The 2016 Core Fellowship Appointments at the HCASHCAS received a total of 454 applications for its vacant Post-doctoral Researcher / University Researcher / Research Director positions by the application deadline, of September 2, 2015. The 2016 appointments were published on February 2, 2016.
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Jaakko Hintikka in Memoriam
Jaakko Hintikka, one of the most distinguished philosophers in the world, died in Porvoo on August 12, 2015, at the age of 86.
Missing its Honorary Fellow, the HCAS remains deeply grateful for having had the privilege of hosting the academic research conducted by Jaakko Hintikka during his final active years 2010-2015.
Interview with artists Taina Riikonen and Lea Kantonen
Taina Riikonen ja Lea Kantonen are the first artists on the Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Arts Programme. Read their thoughts about artistic research and the HCAS from the latest HCAS Newsletter.
Dr. Josephine Hoegaerts’ field is cultural and social history. Her monograph Masculinity and Nationhood 1830-1910 (Palgrave 2014) presents a history of what it meant to be a man, and a citizen of an emerging nation throughout the nineteenth century. It relates how Belgian citizens were taught how to move and fight, but also how they spoke and sang to express masculinity and patriotism.
In her current work, Josephine Hoegaerts studies the history of the human voice. Focusing mainly on practices of voice formation and improvement, she analyses how the voices of children and adults were formed, trained and differentiated by medically and musically trained professionals throughout the nineteenth century.
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