OXFORD FOWLER HAMILTON VISITING RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
Christ Church proposes to elect Fowler Hamilton Visiting Fellows from overseas, in the Humanities or the Social Sciences, for up to eleven months in the period January 2020 to August 2021. The Fellowship Fund was established in the name of the late Fowler Hamilton, an American Rhodes Scholar of Christ Church. The Fellowships are intended to enable distinguished senior scholars and creative artists to pursue their own research or creative work as members of the college. The tenure of each Fellowship is negotiable, but the following periods are suggested:
- from 1 September for 11 months
- from 1 September for 9 months
- from 1 September or 1 January for 6 months
- from 1 September, 1 January or 1 April for 3 months
A Fellow and his/her family will be provided with a 3-bedroomed furnished apartment (free of rent), situated about a mile from the college. Other benefits include use of a study in college, and free lunches and dinners. Return economy fares from the country of origin will be paid for a Fellow and his/her family. A grant towards expenses (including living expenses) may be made, depending on the particular financial circumstances of a successful candidate.
Fellows are normally expected to give a talk on their research, or in some way to present their creative work, to members of Christ Church.
Christ Church, also known as ‘the House’, was founded by Henry VIII and is one of the larger colleges in Oxford. It is located in the city centre. It has 100 Senior Members, 450 undergraduates and 220 graduates, studying a wide variety of subjects in both arts and sciences.
Applications, with a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, an outline of the proposed work to be undertaken, the proposed dates of the Fellowship and details of the applicant’s probable financial resources for that period, should be sent to Sarah Hope, Dean’s PA, Christ Church, Oxford OX1 1DP (firstname.lastname@example.org), to reach her not later than midday 22nd February 2019.
Applications may be sent by email, preferably in pdf format.
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