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      FW: [ANTHRO-L] Fellowships in Law and Culture (Columbia U) Deadline: February 15, 2002

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      From: Serguei Alex. Oushakine [mailto:sao15@...]
      Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 1:22 PM
      To: ANTHRO-L@...
      Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Fellowships in Law and Culture (Columbia U)
      Deadline: February 15, 2002


      Fellowships in Law and Culture  (Columbia U) Deadline: February 15, 2002

      http://www.law.columbia.edu/law_culture/

      Center for the Study of Law and Culture
      at
      Columbia Law School

      Fellowships in Law and CultureThe Center for the Study of Law and Culture at
      Columbia University invites applications for residential fellowships for the
      2002-2003 academic year to undertake research, writing and discussion in
      ways that span traditional academic disciplines. The CSLC welcomes scholars
      from any field who are interested in spending the academic year in residence
      at Columbia Law School working on scholarly projects relating to the CSLC's
      2002-2003 theme: Law, Culture and Citizenship.
      Founded in the fall of 2000, the Center for the Study of Law and Culture is
      a new initiative at Columbia Law School designed to facilitate
      interdisciplinary study, research and scholarship on the intersections of
      law and culture. Our goal is to make the CSLC an institutional site for
      coordinating and coalescing the important, yet dispersed, interrogations of
      the relationship between law and culture that are already being undertaken
      across disciplines at Columbia University. By promoting and providing a home
      for cross-disciplinary engagement and collaboration, the CSLC will enrich
      each of our individual projects in law and culture studies.
      Fellows will receive a stipend of $15,000, an office, and full access to
      university libraries, computer systems and recreational facilities. In
      addition, Fellows will be expected to participate in CSLC activities, assist
      in organizing a Spring conference on Law, Culture and Citizenship, and will
      present a paper at the Center's Colloquium Series.

      Applicants should submit:
            a curriculum vitae
            a writing sample
            a research statement (of approximately 1,000 words) that
                    describes the proposed work during the fellowship period
                    explains the project's significance to the topic of Law,
      Culture and Citizenship
                    sets forth it's interdisciplinary nature
            two letters of recommendation.

      Applications are due February 15, 2002
      (note: faxed or e-mail applications will not be accepted)

      Direct questions and application materials to:
         Center for the Study of Law and Culture
          Columbia University
          435 W. 116th Street
          New York, N.Y. 10027
          culture@...
          www.law.columbia.edu/law&culture



      Women, people of color, foreign and independent scholars are particularly
      invited to apply.

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