CfA: 2 Teacher/Fellowships in Albanian Studies, SSEES, London
The SSEES Centre for South East European Studies is pleased to announce the
TWO TEACHER/FELLOWSHIPS IN ALBANIAN STUDIES
tenable at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (University
College London) and sponsored by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Chevening Scholarship and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies.
The first fellowship will run for six months from 1 January to 30 June 2002;
the second fellowship will run for ten months from 1 September 2002 to 30
The deadline for applications concerning either fellowship is: 14 September
2001; short-listed applicants will be interviewed in Tirana in mid-October.
(Please note that only this deadline is valid and ignore the deadlines
announced for other fellowhips on our web site).
The Teacher/Fellowships in Albanian Studies are intended for academic
specialists in history, politics, economics, sociology, linguistics,
anthropology, ethnic and minority studies, gender studies, or cultural
The Teacher/Fellows will be attached to the SSEES Centre of South-East
European Studies where they will receive research supervision. Within the
School of Slavonic and East European Studies, Teacher Fellows will also
participate in a teaching training and experience gathering programme
(academic, institutional or library management, or editorial work).
For further details (specificatons) and application forms please contact:
Applications for the Teacher/Fellowships should be made in two copies using
the application forms on the web site above, and should be send to both the
1. set (of either application) to: The Directorâs Office, School of Slavonic
and East European Studies, University College London, Senate House, Malet
Street, London WC1E 7HU, UK; fax: 44-207862 8640 or by email to
2. set (of either application) to: British Embassy Tirana, attn. of Mrs
Brunilda Hyka, Rruga Skenderbeg12, Tirana; or by email to
This is a public announcement Centre for South East European Studies. We
would be grateful if this information could be further circulated and made
available to as many potentially interested colleagues and academic
institutions as possible.
Centre for South East European Studies