Research in abroad
Studies in Italian Renaissance
The Harvard University for Italian Renaissance
Villa I Tatti is a gift to the people of Florence and passionate researchers of Italian Renaissance by Bernard Benerson who came to live in the Villa in1900, devoted his whole life in the study of Medieval and Italian Renaissance. He was a great critic of Medieval and Renaissance Art and willed his estate and entre precious collection of books and photographs and creation of art to the Harvard University. I tatti provides a relaxed conducive atmosphere to the scholars to research and write using different methodological approach and encourage the fruitful interchange of ideas.
Harvard University Center provides its candidates who are interested in doing post doctoral research work in Italian Renaissance, the benefit of Benerson library which has outstanding collection of books and periodicals providing comprehensive coverage of middle ages and Italian Renaissance. . The work of the founders of I Tatti, Bernard and Mary Berenson, and of other influential scholars and cultural institutions of the twentieth century is also present. It has important repository of Italian Paintings and drawing. Fellows will enjoy lunch on week days with an opportunity of living in Villa. Candidates can have nationality of any country.Scholars get a chance to study about Italian renaissance and get the advantage of repository and museum studded with historically precious Italian Paintings and drawing and books of many renowned authors.
Candidate gets the opportunity to conduct his/her studies and other privileges for a period of only 1 year.
Scholar gets a cash award of 50,000 $ in the scholarship program.
Scholarship in Harvard University Center
124, Mt, Auburn Street
Cambridge, M A 02138
Contact Address in Italy:
The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies
Via di Vincigliata 26
Scholarship Website: www.huhs.harvard.edu/