Visiting fellowship, Univ of London school of advanced study
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School Visiting Fellowship
The School offers a single School Visiting Fellowship each year in the humanities and social sciences by open, external competition.
The Fellowship is funded for a period of up to six months and successful applicants are expected to spend at least five months with the School. It is open to both professorial staff and early to mid-career scholars; normally applicants will have a PhD that was awarded between 8 and 15 years prior to the application deadline.
The School Fellow is expected to pursue their work in the context of an active relationship with the multi-disciplinary scholarly community within the School, to play a leading intellectual role in cross-School seminars and other programmes and to engage fully with the research promotion and facilitation mission of the School and its institutes. Applicants must be able to show that their research can benefit from the resources of one or more of the institutes in the School, and that they will contribute productively to the range of activities across the School.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to visit the websites of the institutes and the Human Rights Consortium to find out more about the various research areas covered. Intending applicants may also find it useful in advance of making an application to make contact with the director of any of the institutes with which they might have an affiliation.
The closing date for applications for the School Fellowship is 17:00 (GMT) on 31 January for the fellowship to take place between September and June in the following academic year.
All eligible applications are considered by the School's RPF Programmes Committee, with input from all ten institute directors within the School. An offer will be made as soon as possible after the meeting.
Please note that it is not possible to give feedback to unsuccessful applicants.
For further information or if you have a query, please contact the School Fellowships Officer: Peter Niven