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The KB Fellowship is co-sponsored by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek – National Library of the Netherlands. This fellowship aims to give renowned scholars in the humanities the opportunity to make use of the special collections at the Dutch National Library.
The Koninklijke Bibliotheek (KB) boasts large collections of medieval and later manuscripts, printed books from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century, and precious books from later periods. The KB Fellowship was set up in collaboration with NIAS to make use of these collections and to make these valuable resources accessible to the general public.
The KB fellow can make use of technical expertise at the KB as well as research support at NIAS. The Fellow can spend uninterrupted period of times working at either location and at NIAS will have the added benefit of working within an international and multidisciplinary community of scholars. The KB fellow gives a public lecture at the KB on their research project. Several KB lectures have been published by NIAS and the KB.
The Koninklijke Bibliotheek (KB) is the national library of the Netherlands and it is concerned with the preservation of the Dutch written and printed cultural heritage. By making this unique Dutch library collection accessible, the KB brings people and information together.
NIAS and the KB set up the KB-fellowship in 2004. This successful partnership has been prolonged several times and has brought many renowned scholars to the Netherlands. In response to modern research techniques the focus of the fellowship has recently shifted towards digital research and e-humanities. The partnership is expected to continue in this vein.
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