Call for Applications for Fellowships in 2016
For this call, the Centre is especially interested in the following topics:
- Inclusion/Exclusion processes: Empirical and conceptual research on processes of social inclusion/exclusion and unequal global relations; (un)equal access to and participation in international negotiations; social movements for equality; special rights and inequality in international institutions; emerging informal governance fora/global clubs;
- Social and cultural contexts: cultural values and perceptions in international cooperation; foreign policy from sociological and ethical perspectives; public reason in international ethics; management of migration crises;
- Legitimacy crises and public protests: Conceptual and empirical research on the complexity of political disputes in democratic governance; focus on the ambivalent relationship in global politics between plurality, contestation, and resistance in different fields such as global finance, EU crisis management, global surveillance, climate change, and peacebuilding;
- From universalized to universal: Towards an increasing acceptance of international human rights norms around the globe?; Legitimacy through plurality: ways and means to coordinate different sets of laws/norms in a society;
Applications (in English) should contain a cover letter, your CV, a concise research proposal (3-5 pages) plus one relevant publication. Please indicate your preferred period of stay.
Please submit your application electronically using our website:http://www.gcr21.org/fellows/how-to-become-a-fellow/application-form/
The web portal will open on 15th September 2015.
The deadline for application is the 31st October 2015. We particularly encourage female researchers and scholars from the Global South to apply.
Please, see the Call for more information; this also includes the link to access the online application portal:
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