Institute of the Americas/BAAS Visiting Fellow 2014-15
We are very pleased to invite applications for a UCL-IA/BAAS Visiting Fellow in US Studies for academic year 2014-15, to be based at the Institute of the Americas, University College London. The non-stipendiary fellowship is designed to facilitate the development and completion of a significant research project focusing on the United States. We particularly encourage applications from recent PhD holders and early career scholars. Closing date: January 31, 2014.
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Exceptionally the panel will accept Fellowship applications for the full academic year.The Fellow will be expected to give one presentation on the project he/she is working at the Institute of the Americas during the tenure of the fellowship and to submit a research paper for the April 2014 BAAS Conference at the University of Birmingham. In the event of a longer fellowship being awarded, the Fellow will also be expected to organize a one-day symposium pertaining to his/her project.
Applications for the UCL-IA/BAAS Fellow in US Studies should be sent via email to email@example.com by the deadline of Friday 14th February 2014The judging panel for this fellowship will consist of members of UCL-IA and the BAAS Executive. We hope to make an announcement at the BAAS Annual General Meeting at the University of Birmingham in April 2014.
Applications for the Visiting Fellowship have now closed. Please continue to check the website for information about future research fellowships.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][dt_gap height=”10″][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]We would particularly welcome Fellowship proposals from scholars whose interests match those of current UCL-IA faculty: the US presidency, political history, economic issues, foreign policy, film, and transnational issues. UCL-IA will provide the Fellow with office space at its Gordon Square location in the heart of Bloomsbury and a Library card for the use of University of London libraries.Applications are invited from candidates who possess a PhD from a UK institution, the focus of which is any aspect of American Studies. Proposals from current PhD students are only permitted if the thesis has been submitted by 31 December 2013 and a viva date has been set.Application ProcedureApplicants should submit a 1-page summary cv and a 500-word supporting statement indicating: (i) the rationale for applying; (ii) the nature of the research project; (iii) a timetable of activity; and (iv) the benefits of the Fellowship to UCL-IA and BAAS. Applicants should state whether this is a Fellowship application for Semester 1, 2014-15 (September 2014 – January 2015) or Semester 2, 2014-15 (February – June 2015).[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][dt_gap height=”10″]Archive