The KB Fellowship is a joint venture between the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (KB) - National Library of the Netherlands - and NIAS. It is awarded to a renowned non-Dutch scholar in the humanities and offers sustained access to the extensive collections of the Royal Library.
The research facilities provided at both institutes allow the recipient to reap the benefits of both places: the KB's unique collections and NIAS' international and multidisciplinary environment.
The KB Fellowship is an invitational fellowship whose recipients are selected by a Committee chaired by the Rector of NIAS and the Director of Scholarly and Cultural Relations of the KB.
|Eberhard König||Medieval Art History||2011/12|
|Jo Tollebeek||Cultural History||2010/11|
|Lisa Jardine||Renaissance Studies||2008/09|
|Jonathan Israel||Early Modern History||2006/07|
|Robert Darnton||Cultural History||2005/06|
|Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie||History||2005/06|
|Peter Burke||Cultural History||2004/05|