Fulbright-Freud Visiting Lecturer of Psychoanalysis

Since 1999, the Sigmund Freud Foundation and the Austrian Fulbright Commission invite american scientists for a study visit which is combined with a visiting professorship on a university in Vienna.




Previous Fulbright-Freud Visiting Lecturers [PDF]

Information for Applicants

Grant Activity:
Conduct research at the Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna and teach between one or two courses or seminars on a topic related to the research project at a Viennese host institution. Details of teaching assignment to be arranged by the Sigmund Freud Foundation and the Austrian Fulbright Commission in consultation with grantee.
History, theory, application and/or practice of psychoanalysis

The Commission expects Fulbright-Freud scholars to have a high level of German proficiency, although English may be used as the language of instruction.

Additional Qualifications:
Several years of teaching/lecturing or professional experience in relevant fields of psychoanalysis. Applicants should explain why their research needs to be conducted in Vienna.

Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna
Length of Grant:
4 months
Applicants must solicit a letter of invitation from the Sigmund Freud Foundation by submitting a curriculum vitae and research/lecturing proposal. Grantee will have a work station at the University of Vienna.
Fulbright Scholar Program
3007 Tilden Street, NW, Suite 5M
Washington D.C. 2008-3009
Tel: (202) 686-7877

Austrian program officer

Alexandra Squitieri ( asquitieri@cies.iie.org)

General information:

Request for applications forms: apprequest@cies.iie.org