Direct, fast, and effective access to collections, guided by experts.
Are you a scholar in need of access to a specific collection or rare document? Would you prefer a research visit which provides expertise and physical access tailored to your requirements, as well as opportunities for networking? Would you like to physically connect with experts in order to deepen your knowledge of your research domain? RESILIENCE TNA can provide all this and more!
The RESILIENCE Transnational Access (TNA) Fellowship Programme offers physical and virtual access to a number of European institutions and libraries. Its aim is to facilitate and foster easy access to sources, resources, expertise and services for researchers in Religious Studies. The TNA hosts grant access to their collections of manuscripts, rare books, documents and materials. Furthermore, RESILIENCE aims at matching all successful TNA applicants with relevant scholars who can provide tailored expertise.
Unless otherwise indicated on the webpages of the TNA hosts, there is no financial support nor any assistance in finding lodging from the side of RESILIENCE nor from the side of the TNA host.
If you would like to apply as a TNA user, we require an official application, including an abstract of your project and its relevance to RESILIENCE. See the Call for Applications page for more details.
For further questions, please contact the appointed TNA coordinator.
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Current TNA hosts are listed below. Click on the links to go to the specific TNA Host webpage, which will tell you more about the institution and its offer:
You will read more specific information on the TNA host offer by clicking on the links above. In the future, other institutions may also become a TNA host.
The next call will open on March 15, 2024, and close on May 1, 2024. The second call in 2024 will open on October 15, 2024 and close on December 1, 2024.
The TNA Fellowships resulting from the calls are to take place in the academic year 2024-2025.