International Partner Investigators 2011–2018

Adriaan de Lelie, The Art Gallery of Jan Gildemeester Jansz, c.1794-1795. © RijksmuseumImage: Adriaan de Lelie, The Art Gallery of Jan Gildemeester Jansz, c.1794-1795. © Rijksmuseum

International Partner Investigators Scheme:

CHE is committed to creating and enhancing international collaboration. Partner Investigators (PI) are researchers whose work focuses on emotions in Europe and the time period 11001800, and who are based at institutions outside Australia

A potential PI needs to submit CV of no more than 6 pages and a research proposal proforma. The investigator's home institution also needs to be able to enter into a Partner Institution agreement, specifying what contribution the institution will make to the Centre (either in cash or in kind, for example, in terms of proportion of the investigator's time spent on CHE research), and signed by an authorised signatory of the institution (for instance, the Dean of the investigator's Faculty). [Download a specimen copy of an institutional letter].

A PI must take significant intellectual responsibility for the proposed project and the involvement and engagement of their home university with CHE's work. The investigator must have the capacity to make a serious commitment to the project in terms of time and potential to generate outputs such as publications.

Owing to the highly individualised nature of these partnerships, proposals are developed on a case by case basis and interested parties are requested to contact the Centre Manager, Dr Tanya Tuffrey, to open discussions.


2011–2018 Partner Investigators