The IASH-Alwaleed Research Fellowship is intended to encourage outstanding interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of visiting Research Fellows together with academics in the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre for the Study of Islam in the Contemporary World: www.alwaleed.ed.ac.uk.
The Combe Trust Fellowship is intended to encourage outstanding interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of visiting Fellows together with academics in the Centre for Theology and Public Issues (CTPI): https://ctpi.div.ed.ac.uk/.
The African Studies Centre Leiden calls for applications for a three-month (90 days) visiting fellowship from September up to and including November 2020. Applications from all academic disciplines are welcome. The subject of a research proposal should fit in with one or more of the Collaborative Research Groups (CRG) of the ASCL. An overview of the current CRGs can be found here: https://www.ascleiden.nl/content/collaborative-research-groups
The fellowships are funded from the Balzan Prize for Global History awarded to Professor Jürgen Osterhammel by the Fondazione Internationale Premio Balzan. They are addressed to scholars preparing a post-doctoral research monograph ('second book') on a global history topic, preferably focused on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 'Global history' is to be understood in a broad sense including the study of cross-cultural connectivity, comparative approaches and the history of global thought and imaginaries.
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n the 2019-20 academic year we are launching a new Bristol ‘Next Generation’ Visiting Researcher Programme, replacing the former Benjamin Meaker ‘fast track’ scheme and in complement to the Bristol Benjamin Meaker Distinguished Visiting Professorships (BBMDVPs). This scheme has been designed to support the next generation of research, helping to enhance the University of Bristol’s reputation as a centre for research excellence and innovation.
2 Fellowships for African researchers to take part in the ZiF Research Group Global Contestations of Women’s and Gender Rights for up to ten months in the academic year 2020/2021.
The ZiF is the Institute for Advanced Study of Bielefeld University and has been fos- tering outstanding interdisciplinary research groups for more than 50 years.
The Zukunftskolleg Konnect Fellowships support early career researchers from Africa, Asia and Latin America related to one of the thirteen departments of the University of Konstanz. As ZUKOnnect Fellow, you can use this time to extend your research networks and to get to know the research environment at the University of Konstanz, without losing your ties to your home university.
Since its inception in 1976, the School of Criticism and Theory has been devoted to intensive intellectual inquiry and the vigorous exchange of ideas, cultivating a space where courageous discussion and innovative academic exploration can thrive.