In addition the winner is given the opportunity to publish their findings in Andon, the journal of the Society for Japanese Art. The necessary coaching and assistance is part of the Award.
The thesis may be written in Dutch, English, German or French. Since Andon is an English-language journal, the resulting publication must be written in English.
The jury panel
The winner is chosen by a panel of distinguished scholars and curators. The jury chair is Menno Fitski, Head of Asian Art at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The panel retains the right to contact the applicant’s thesis supervisor(s) for reference and, if necessary, consult relevant specialists.
The 2024 Heinz Kaempfer Fund Thesis Award
In order to qualify for the 2024 Heinz Kaempfer Fund Thesis Award, applicants must submit a Master’s thesis that was approved by the applicant’s supervisor(s) during the academic years 2021-2022 or 2022-2023. Theses may be submitted until 15 December 2023. The winner will be announced in April of 2024.
Application implies acceptance of the Heinz Kaempfer Fund Thesis Award regulations and of the fact that the applicant’s name and the title of their thesis may be mentioned in the context of publicity for the Heinz Kaempfer Fund and its activities.
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