STUDY AT RECEPTIO
RECEPTIO is the only centre in Europe that combines codicological and philological research with the labour market, training codicologists to work for auction houses and antiquarian bookshops. Every semester we launch a competition for six scholarships to attend this unique course.
The Institute’s diverse research areas and student body form an innovative, cosmopolitan and enriching academic environment, providing students with the skills and networks needed to pursue an exciting career.
Course for Codicologists working in Auction Houses and Antiquarian Bookshops
2022-2023 APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
The selection is open. There is no age limit, but applicants should have obtained their PhD no more than ten years from the date of the appointment. Researchers who have obtained their PhD more than 10 years ago, but are active in the field of codicology or philology are invited to apply on the basis of their Curriculum Vitae and will be tested for admission through a motivational interview. Candidates with a Master's degree who have a strong interest in the object of study will be tested for admission through a motivational interview, too.
Admission decisions are based on the quality of the overall application file. The grant consists of €4,000 for each academic year and can be renewed on the basis of the results obtained (click here for more information about the fellowships and the course).
Our selection committees give priority consideration to academic achievement and motivation. Academic achievement is documented using transcripts and recommendations. Motivation factors should be clarified in the cover letter/statement of purpose.
The evaluation committees will take into consideration the difficulties encountered by many students around the world in the spring 2020 semester, due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
The main language of the course is Italian, but a very good command of English is required to follow the seminars (seminars are also held in French and Spanish).
Deadline: 1 November 2022
Internship & Training Stage at RECEPTIO
2022 APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
Winter break notice: Our Institute will close for the winter holiday from 24 December 2021 until 8 January 2022, reopening on 9 January. Admission decisions are based on the quality of the overall application file. Would you like to do a study internship at our centre? An internship gives you the opportunity to spend a semester in the centre's research activities, working alongside teams involved in projects that are close to your interests. The selection process is very strict and is based on the candidates' CVs. The internship can be combined with the Researchers in Residence programme.
Online course (in Italian) on European women illuminators - final exams and certificate of attendance
The course consists of a series of ten online meetings with the teacher (a university professor with expertise in the field), study material, final check and certificate of participation.
Online course (in Italian) on the History of Western Illumination - final exams and certificate of attendance
2022 APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
The course consists of a series of videos, study material and discussion with the teachers (who are university professors) . It is preparatory to to an in-depth study of the history of the Western illumination with a final check and certificate of participation.
Annual Codicological International Seminar
In the academic year 21-22, RECEPTIO is organising once again its annual public seminar on codicology. This year the focus will be on liturgical books. The meetings will be held via Zoom every Thursday from 11 November 2021 to 26 May 2022 (with training credits for University students at Bachelor and Master level).
The seminar is part of a more articulated Course in Applied Codicology for Auction Houses and Antiquarian Galleries, organised by the RECEPTIO centre over a 3-year period, and is presented as a series of conferences that bring together contributions from speakers from various universities on the theme of Bibles, Evangeliaries, Breviaries and Books of Hours.
The seminar meetings take place every Thursday from 5pm to 7pm from November to June at the permanent Zoom link:
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