Hildebrand Project Summer Residency

Hildebrand Project Summer Residency
July 1-9, 2024
Franciscan University of Steubenville

The Hildebrand Project is pleased to announce our sixth annual Residency!

The Residency was launched in 2017 to support and expand the academic community devoted to the thought of Dietrich von Hildebrand and the tradition of Christian personalism broadly. We do this by enabling students and scholars to work alongside our Senior Scholars—former students of Dietrich von Hildebrand and/or John Paul II—and Associated Scholars, who are doing new and important work in personalist scholarship. In this way, we seek to pass the flame to future generations who will continue to reveal Hildebrand and personalism within the perennial tradition.

The Residency is an intensive program for advanced students and scholars who are working on MA theses, Ph.D. dissertations, habilitations, books, chapters, or scholarly articles principally focused on Hildebrand or in some way substantively engaged with his thought (for example, a dissertation chapter focused on Hildebrand). We are especially interested in supporting research that has never been publicly presented.

We recognize that many universities do not have faculty with expertise on Hildebrand (or other personalists, too) and that this may prevent some students from writing an MA or dissertation on Hildebrand. The Residency exists to overcome this obstacle.

The Residency is not limited to those working exclusively on Hildebrand. We welcome applications from students and scholars working on kindred spirits (like Karol Wojtyla, Max Scheler, and Edith Stein), on great figures in the tradition (like Aristotle and Aquinas), or on any thinker or set of issues, provided that the work in progress includes Hildebrand as a substantive interlocutor and/or meaningfully engages the personalist or phenomenological tradition.

Deadline to Apply: Feb. 15, 2024

https://hildebrandproject.org/event/summer-residency-2024/

 

 



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