In order to encourage the PhD students to spend time at top-level academic institutions, ATTR funds mobility grants. The grants are awarded based on the relevance of the host institution for the applicant's PhD project, and its relation to the aims and profile of ATTR.
Postponed mobility grants
ATTR are sorry to inform our members that we have to postpone mobility grants until further notice.
Due to the uncertain covid-19 situation, our mobility grants will be postponed until it is possible to travel again.
"I had a great time getting to immerse myself in an entirely new field of study and apply it to my research project," writes Brage Thunestvedt Hatløy. He studies legal history and broadened his knowledge and network at the University of Aberdeen
Kriachko-Røren used the scholarship to get a comprehensive understanding of how Russian documentaries can be seen as discursive nation-building tools.
"The mobility grant gave me the opportunity to focus on my research work in a motivating environment" says Katharina Heinz, a PhD fellow at the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo. The scholarship enabled Heinz to spend two months at the Arnamagnæan Institute at the University of Copenhagen, studying the main manuscript of her research.
Abercrombie got the opportunity to work with experts at the Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities, the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago, and more.
Reinertsen tracked methodological differences relevant to her thesis in Berlin, Groningen and Utrecht during several ATTR funded shorter research stays.
The grant funded a complete academic year at the Pacific School of Religion, a top-level institution within Berg's field Queer Theological Studies. It gave him the opportunity to present his research to experts within the field.