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dondi [CERL Internship and Placement Grant]
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dondi [CERL Internship and Placement Grant]
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 CERL member libraries propose projects suitable to the CERL Grant. Applicants may apply to these, or suggest a different proposal in agreement with another host library, which must itself be a member of CERL. The internship should normally take place within the period January-September. CERL member libraries propose projects suitable to the CERL Grant. Applicants may apply to these, or suggest a different proposal in agreement with another host library, which must itself be a member of CERL. The internship should normally take place within the period January-September.
  
-Information on the 2019 internships offered by member libraries is available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​internship/​2019|here]] - the deadline for sending in applications is 21 January ​2019.+Information on the 2020 internships offered by member libraries is available [[https://​www.cerl.org/​collaboration/​internship/​2020|here]] - the deadline for sending in applications is 21 January ​2020.
  
 A grant can only be assigned once to the same person. Applications not selected but positively vetted will be notified that they can be put in again for the next round. A grant can only be assigned once to the same person. Applications not selected but positively vetted will be notified that they can be put in again for the next round.
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 If the applicant is employed by an institution,​ the consent of the institution should be included. ​ If the applicant is employed by an institution,​ the consent of the institution should be included. ​
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 +** RECIPIENTS OF 2018/19 GRANTS**
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 +The CERL Grant Committee is very pleased to announce the conferment of five CERL Grants: ​
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 +{{:​collaboration:​cambridge.jpg?​125 |}}1) To catalogue the collection of incunabula at the University Library of Cambridge to Marianna Morreale, with a degree in Archival and Library Studies from the University of Rome, Italy, a Master in Museology and Cultural Heritage Management from the Catholic University of Milan, and internship experience (“Torno subito” from Regione Lazio) working on the digital provenance archive at the Marciana National Library, Venice.  ​
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 +{{ :​collaboration:​huntington.jpeg?​175|}}2-3) To catalogue the collection of incunabula at the Huntington Library, San Marino to Martyna Grzesiak, a DPhil Student in Italian and Book History at the University of Oxford who is working on the distribution and use of the Bibles printed in Italian in the fifteenth century, and to Maria José Rucio Zamorano, Head of the Manuscripts and Incunabula Department of the National Library of Spain, Madrid, with expertise in Iberian incunabula. As Ms Rucio Zamorano was unable to go to the US, the grant was offered to Elena Fogolin, a graduate of the University of Udine with an Erasmus + at the Gutenberg Museum of Mainz.
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 +{{:​collaboration:​yale.jpg?​150 |}}4) To catalogue the collection of incunabula at the Beinecke Library, Yale, to Niamh Delaney, Assistant Librarian in the Special Collections Department of the University of Liverpool, with degrees from the University of Glasgow and St Andrews and a Master in Library and Information Studies from University College, London.
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 +{{ :​collaboration:​the_hague.jpeg?​200|}}5) ​   To work on CERL’s PDA in The Hague (Digital Humanities Grant) to Fabiano Cataldo de Azevedo, Professor of the Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO), where is part of the School of Librarianship and teaches History of the Book and Libraries. A member of IFLA's Rare Books and Special Collection Section, initially as a Corresponding Member (2014-2015) and later as a member of the Standing Committee (2015-2019). As Prof. Cataldo was unable to go to The Hague the grant was offered to Lucrezia Signorello, a graduate of Rome La Sapienza University with working experience at ICCU and other Rome libraries.
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 +The Huntington and Cambridge offered matching funds to secure longer internships.
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 +The Beinecke offered a full grant and also invited last year’s grantees, Beatrice Alai and James Missons, to spend another period working with their incunabula collections.
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 +We received 27 applications from Brazil (1), Hungary (2), Lithuania (2), Italy (15), Spain (2), UK (4), Poland (1). 4 Male and 23 female. 8 librarians or library trainees, 19 early career scholars or students.
  
  
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 25 February 2018: The CERL Grant Committee is very pleased to announce the conferment of four CERL Grants:  ​ 25 February 2018: The CERL Grant Committee is very pleased to announce the conferment of four CERL Grants:  ​
  
-{{:​collaboration:​cerl_grant_ester_camilla_peric.jpg?​100 |}}1) To catalogue the collection of incunabula at Cambridge University Library+{{:​collaboration:​cerl_grant_ester_camilla_peric.jpg?​100 |}}1) To catalogue the collection of incunabula at Cambridge University Library to Ester Peric, a Master student in Italian Philology and Book History from the University of Udine, Italy, with experience in archival documents and an Erasmus + in Manchester spent cataloguing incunabula at the John Rylands University Library. Peric gained a place in the four-year Doctorate programme '​Testi,​ Tradizioni e Culture del Libro. Studi italiani e romanzi'​ at the University of Naples (coord. Prof. Andrea Mazzucchi), starting Nov. 2019. 
-to Ester Peric, a Master student in Italian Philology and Book History from the University of Udine, Italy, with experience in archival documents and an Erasmus + in Manchester spent cataloguing incunabula at the John Rylands University Library. Peric gained a place in the four-year Doctorate programme '​Testi,​ Tradizioni e Culture del Libro. Studi italiani e romanzi'​ at the University of Naples (coord. Prof. Andrea Mazzucchi), starting Nov. 2019. +
  
-{{ :​collaboration:​cerl_grant_krisztina_rabai.jpg??​100|}}2) ​  To catalogue the collection of incunabula at Edinburgh National Libraryto Krisztina Rábai, Assistant Professor in Medieval and Book History at the University of Szeged, Hungary, with experience in monastic library collections.+{{ :​collaboration:​cerl_grant_krisztina_rabai.jpg??​100|}}2) ​  To catalogue the collection of incunabula at Edinburgh National Library to Krisztina Rábai, Assistant Professor in Medieval and Book History at the University of Szeged, Hungary, with experience in monastic library collections.
  
-3) To catalogue the collection of incunabula at the Beinecke Library in Yale{{:​collaboration:​cerl_grant_beatrice_alai.jpg?​100 |}}to Beatrice Alai, from Cesena, Italy, with degrees in History of Art and Palaeography from the University of Florence and Padua and currently on a postdoctoral fellowship in Berlin to work on the incunabula collection of the Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin. ​+3) To catalogue the collection of incunabula at the Beinecke Library in Yale {{:​collaboration:​cerl_grant_beatrice_alai.jpg?​100 |}}to Beatrice Alai, from Cesena, Italy, with degrees in History of Art and Palaeography from the University of Florence and Padua and currently on a postdoctoral fellowship in Berlin to work on the incunabula collection of the Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin. ​
  
 {{ :​collaboration:​cerl_grant_james_misson.jpg?​100|}}4) To James Misson, a DPhil student in English Literature from the University of Oxford, with experience in English Palaeography and in cataloguing in MEI incunabula from Oxford colleges. {{ :​collaboration:​cerl_grant_james_misson.jpg?​100|}}4) To James Misson, a DPhil student in English Literature from the University of Oxford, with experience in English Palaeography and in cataloguing in MEI incunabula from Oxford colleges.
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