The Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) based in the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham, is excited to announce two one month visiting fellowships for a period up to one-month, between October- December 2012 or February- April 2013.
Visiting fellows will have the unique opportunity to participate in this vibrant, innovative and politicised space. This opportunity is available to academics, activists, community educators and others who believe that they could benefit from a stay with us at the Centre and believe they could fruitfully help us to continue to develop our work.
CSSGJ Visiting Fellows will be expected to present in our seminar series, run a workshop for our students, write/produce a blog entry and produce a working-paper or other appropriate expression of their research time spent at the Centre.
Visiting Fellows would be provided with £1500 to cover expenses incurred during the duration of the fellowship, office space, computer, library access and participation in all CSSGJ related events and activities.
Interested applicants should submit a one page CV and case of support (between one-two pages) detailing why they are interested in participating in CSSGJ and how they envisage contributing and participating in our work. Decisions will be made based on the written application by CSSGJ members and successful candidates will be notified by email.
Informal enquiries should be addressed to Sara Motta (email@example.com) and Adam Morton (firstname.lastname@example.org). Formal applications should be submitted to Sara Motta and Adam Morton by Monday 27th August 2012.
For more information: One Month Visiting Fellowships http://nottingham.ac.uk/cssgj/centre-members/research-fellows.aspx
The Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice