Scholars

The Friends of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation Scholarships

The Friends of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation can invite young scholars, particularly students engaged in a specific project, to spend one or two months in the Foundation, making full use of the library facilities and archives as well as exchanging ideas with residents and visiting experts. These scholarships are intended for researchers with a well-advanced project. If you are interested in a scholarship, please send a short application with a brief outline of the project and the prospective time to the Friends of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation, Augustinergasse 9, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland (email fritzsenn@mac.com and info@joycefoundation.ch).

Recent scholars include

Susana Tosca (Spain) 2000Yi-Ling Yang (Taiwan) 2008
Marianna Gula (Hungary) 2000Liam Lanigan (Ireland) 2008
Conor Wyer (Ireland) 2000Nicholas Morris (Dublin/ USA) 2008
Arleen Ionescu (Romania) 2000Hsin-yu Hung (Taiwan/England) 2009
Ilaria Natali (Italy) 2001John Bishop (USA) 2009
Catrin Siedenbiedel (Germany) 2001Eleni Loukopoulu (Greece) 2009
Anna Hult (Sweden) 2001Alison Lacivita (USA) 2009
Olga Vicente (Spain) 2001Thomas Gurke (Germany) 2009
Zsuzsa Csikai (Hungary) 2002Annalisa Volpone (Italy) 2009
Jared Greene (USA) 2002Andreas Weigel (Austria) 2010
Olenka Fomenko (Ukraine) 2003Davjola Ndoja (Albania) 2010
Ilonka Persic (Croatia) 2003Matthew Hayward (UK) 2010
Keri Ames (USA) 2003Rita Sakr (Lebanon) 2011
Beata Golenska (Poland) 2003Yvonne Yi-Ping Lai (Belfast/Taiwan) 2011
Irena Grubica (Croatia) 2004Rebekah Frumkin (USA) 2011
Serenella Zanotti (Italy) 2004Elizabeth Bonapfel (Germany/USA) 2011
Asaph Talmi (Israel) 2004Camilla Mount (UK) 2012
Diana Stefanova (Bulgaria) 2004Chrissie van Mierlo (UK) 2012
Anna Maria Kager (Holland) 2004Rie Shimokawa (Japan) 2012
Véronique Scheyvaerts (Belgium) 2005Stephanie Boland (UK) 2012
Andres Pérez Simon (Spain) 2005Veronika Kovacs (Hungary) 2013
Vike Plock (Germany/UK) 2005/9Philipp Keel Geheber (Ireland/USA) 2013
Katie Brown (USA/Ireland) 2005Vaclav Paris (Czech Republic/UK/USA) 2013
Natasha Tarpley (USA) 2005Tamara Radak (Austria) 2014
Ivana Milivojevic (Serbia/Ireland) 2006Dominik Wallerius (Germany) 2014
Hsiu-Yuan Chen (Taiwan/Holland) 2006Victoria Lévêque (France) 2014
Michivo Goda (Japan) 2006Mina Duric (Serbia) 2014
Philipp Roessler (Germany) 2007Izumi Iwashita (Japan) 2014
Arkadiusz Luba (Poland) 2007Tamar Gelashvili (Georgia) 2014
Ronan Crowley (Ireland) 2007Marco Camerani (Italy) 2015
Amanda Sigler (USA) 2007Nina Krajnik (Slovenia) 2015
Scarlett Baron (England) 2007Halila Bayramova (Azerbaijan) 2015
David Vichnar (Czech Repubic) 2007Sameera Siddique (Singapore/ Germany) 2015
Cinzia Valenti (Italy) 2007Talia Abu (Israel) 2015-16
Erika Mihàlycsa (Romania) 2007Pablo Ingberg (Argentina) 2016
Elena Voj (Romania) 2007Barry Spence (USA) 2016
Christopher Whalen (Great Britain) 2008Genevieve Sartor (Canada) 2016
Michelle Witen (Canada /Great Britain) 2008
Hayat Erdogan (Germany) 2008

Zurich James Joyce Foundation Scholarships

Funds supplied by the City of Zurich enabled the Foundation to offer six-month scholarships from 1988-1999.

Foundation scholars included

Marlena Corcoran (USA) 1988Dan Schiff (USA) 1993
Lynn Childress (USA) 1989Christy Burns (USA) 1993
Chitra Panikkar (India) 1990Mia Lerm-Hayes (Germany) 1996
Andrew Treip (England) 1991Susan Bazargan (Iran/USA) 1999

Other Scholarships

Naturally your own home university or some local institution (like Erasmus) may have research grants and may be able to send you to our Foundation for a few weeks or months.