Conspiracy & Democracy Visiting Fellowships
University of Cambridge
Closing date: 30 September 2013
Conspiracy and Democracy Visiting Fellowships are designed to support active researchers in the field to take part in the interdisciplinary
research programme, Conspiracy and Democracy, based at CRASSH,
University of Cambridge, funded by a £1.58 million Leverhulme Trust
Programme Grant, 2013-2017.
Visiting Fellowships will be awarded for individuals to spend a
period of between two weeks and one term in residence in Cambridge.
Visiting Fellows participate in the regular Tuesday evening lectures,
Wednesday reading group meetings and other events, and deliver one
public lecture during their stay.
Applicants to the Visiting Fellowship scheme should have an
established record of scholarly or professional excellence in their
field. Their work should engage with the project theme of Conspiracy and Democracy. One return economy or standard class air and/or rail fare,
workspace, and accommodation are provided for each Visiting Fellow. A
contribution towards subsistence expenses may, subject to conditions, be provided. Applications must be made via the online application system.
For more details, and to apply, please visit the Apply link below.
Please quote reference VM01477 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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