Janet Mente appointed Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau

On 16 March, our librarian Janet Mente celebrated her 25th work anniversary. On that occasion, she proudly received a royal decoration from the Ambassador of the Netherlands, Willem van Ee. She has been appointed Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau.
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Call for Applications: NWIB Visiting Professors Programme 2023/2024

The NWIB Visiting Professors Programme offers assistant professors, associate professors and full professors at participating universities a unique opportunity to work undisturbed in an inspiring and stimulating environment. This programme enables you to stay at one of the five Netherlands Scientific Institutes Abroad (NWIBs) for a period of three months to conduct research, give lectures and...

Deadline: 15 April 2023

Postdoc Position in the Classical Roots of (Early) Modern Colonization

Applications are invited for a fully funded two-year Postdoc position within the research project “Classical roots of (early) modern colonization” at Groningen University (UG) and the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR), coordinated by Prof. Dr. Tesse Stek and Dr. Jeremia Pelgrom. Go to the university website and click on “Apply” at the end of the page.

Deadline: 27 March 2023

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The Royal Netherlands Institute Rome is the oldest and largest of the Dutch Scientific Institutes abroad. We serve as an important bridge between the Dutch and Italian academic community and the extensive international academic community present in Rome.

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The Royal Netherlands Institute Rome is the centre of an active, inspiring and challenging academic community. The academic staff, students and researchers in Rome are associated with a large group of fellow academics and alumni in the Netherlands, Italy and worldwide. What binds them is the common scientific interest in the wealth and diversity of the Mediterranean world, in particular Rome and Italy, from the Bronze Age to the present.