Post-doctoral Research Fellowship at the Henry Moore Institute
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Fellowship Program Overview
The Institute invites applications for a two-year fellowship, beginning in Spring 2018. Based at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, the Post-doctoral Fellow’s research focus should be pre-twentieth-century, paying particular attention to the ways in which history is engaged within the present.
The Post-doctoral Research Fellowship is funded by The Henry Moore Foundation’s Grants Programme. The successful Fellow will receive a grant of £21,000 per annum, for two years, payable quarterly. This grant is to cover living and all research associated expenses.
- The Post-doctoral Research Fellow will work on publishing a book based on their doctoral research.
- The Research Fellow will attend Henry Moore Institute events, providing additional academic response and feedback to research and exhibition development.
- The Research Fellow will deliver at least two academic papers at conferences/ universities/museums relating to the Fellow’s own research.
- The Research Fellow will provide regular six-month updates to the Head of Research, the post-doctoral Fellow’s supervisor for the duration of the fellowship.
- The Fellow will be expected to be based at the Henry Moore Institute, for a minimum of two days per week.
Applicants for this fellowship should submit:
- A proposal for a conference on a subject related to his/her interests
- A curriculum vitae
- References from their doctoral supervisor and one other academic referee
- A synopsis of their doctoral research and of their book project.
Notes to applicants:
The Fellow will be expected to assist with events which take place on evenings and weekends
For non-EU citizens, the Fellow must apply for a work visa on receipt of their sponsor certificate number which will be provided by the Henry Moore Foundation.
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