The Institute of Advanced Study is recruiting for its visiting IAS Fellowships for 2022/23

May 13, 2021 | IAS News

The IAS is delighted to confirm that applications for Fellowships in 2022/23 are now being accepted. Closing date GMT midday Friday 25 June 2021.

The 2022/23 IAS Fellowship scheme is now open for applications. The deadline for these is midday 25 June 2021.

The IAS seeks to bring to Durham internationally leading academics, as well writers, artists and practitioners, to collaborate with adventurous interdisciplinary developments initiated across the University. The Fellowship scheme thus supports the internationalisation of the University and expands its worldwide network of distinguished research collaborators.

The IAS is particularly keen to attract applications from leading scholars with an interest in interdisciplinary research. Each year we support a number of collaborative research projects, and research developments. Some of our Fellowships are reserved for nominated Fellows to participate in projects funded by the IAS (for details However, additional Fellowships are also available for scholars who would like to apply to engage with these projects, or who want to come to Durham for a term to work on collaborative interdisciplinary research projects with academics at Durham University. All applicants must have a Durham host and a collaboratively composed Fellowship plan to ensure that such collaborations are substantive and strategically embedded, with potential long-term benefits to interdisciplinary research at Durham University.

A minimum PhD (completed and awarded) with five years’ post-doctoral experience is the minimum requirement for Fellows undertaking a traditional academic trajectory, or they must have an equivalent level of experience and track record in other areas.  Previous recipients of an IAS Fellowship are not eligible for a further Fellowship.

IAS Fellowships run for a 3-month period between October-Dec 2022 or January-March 2023.


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