Bernhard Rieger receives senior fellowship at the Historisches Kolleg Munich
Bernhard Rieger has been awarded a fellowship at the Historisches Kolleg Munich. This will allow him to work on his current book, entitled "Making Society Work Again: Workfare in Transatlantic Context Since the Sixties".
The Senior Fellowships are aimed at scholars from all historical disciplines who are active at universities or non-university research institutions and who have demonstrated outstanding research achievements. They serve to conclude a major scientific monograph. Senior Fellows can hold a scientific colloquium on their research topic during the college year. The results of the conference will be published in the series "Schriften des Historischen Kollegs: Colloquia" series.
The Historisches Kolleg in Munich is an Institute for Advanced Study of the historically oriented sciences. Since 1988, the Historisches Kolleg has been located in the Kaulbach-Villa between the Bavarian State Library and the English Garden in Munich, Germany. Through scholarships, it grants scholars the freedom to concentrate on completing a book project.