Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Armenian Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


February 01, 2016


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The purpose of the post-doctoral fellowships is to offer research and teaching opportunities to candidates who have been awarded Ph.D.s during the past three years, or to advanced Ph.D. students who will complete their Ph.D. by the time they arrive at the University of Michigan. Applicants must have the Ph.D. degree on hand before the start of their potential tenure as a fellow in order to qualify.

Post-doctoral fellows will be asked to participate in the ASP sponsored events, to present one public lecture, and to teach one course per semester or one course per year. Post-doctoral fellowships may be awarded for one academic semester or one academic year to recent graduates whose dissertations are closely related to Armenian studies. The scope and number of fellowships awarded is contingent upon the availability of funds.

Applications for 2016-17 post-doctoral fellowships must be received by February 1, 2016. Applicants will be notified of results in March, 2016.

Application materials should include:

  1. Current CV
  2. Copy of dissertation in hard copy, digital or electronic form. If dissertation is not complete at the time of the application, applicant should forward completed parts with a detailed outline of the rest of the work. If dissertation is not in English, please provide a chapter in translation and other writing samples in English.
  3. Statement regarding proposed research during tenure as a Fellow (maximum 2 pages)
  4. Description of course(s) the applicant proposes to teach (maximum 1 page per course)
  5. Three letters of recommendation

Application materials and questions should be sent directly to:
Armenian Studies Program
1080 S. University, Suite 3633
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106
Tel: 734.763.0622
Fax: 734.763.4918

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Publish Date
October 17, 2015
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