Stipendiary Fellows in Latin American Studies
The purpose of this scheme is to provide support to early career scholars with relevant subject expertise to pursue innovative and interdisciplinary research on Latin America and the Caribbean in an environment tailored to such work, free from the competitive institutional constraints of other UK university institutions. The scheme enables the Fellows to engage a broad range of UK and international scholars in their research through the formation of networks and through collaboration in research projects, publications and dissemination events such as workshops and conferences.
This scheme is now open for applications for Stipendiary Fellowships commencing in academic year 2017-18. The deadline for applications is 11.59pm (UK time) on Sunday 21 May 2017. With regret, any application received after the deadline may not be considered. Applications should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Informal queries regarding the scheme may be directed by email to the Institute Administrator.
The Stipendiary Fellowship entitles the successful candidate to:
- Stipend of £1,750 per calendar month
- Access to Senate House Libraries, which includes the Latin American library collection
- Access and publishing rights into the School on-line repository service, SAS-Space
- Access to your personalised SAS email account
- Use of our office space
During your tenure you are expected to contribute in a positive way to the scholarly life and community of the institute. This will include regular updates to the School Directory of Research and Expertise, a small contribution to our annual report, contribute to the Institute’s programme of events, and acknowledge the institute in any publications or other outputs that arise from this visit.
Applications should be submitted by email to email@example.com including:
- A complete application form
- A short CV (not usually longer than four pages)
- A Research Proposal detailing the research project to be carried out during the Fellowship (maximum: 2000 words)
- A Scholarly Engagement Proposal, which outlines how the applicant would form networks, disseminate research outputs, work across subject disciplines and bring in forward innovative approaches (approximately 1000 words)
- Two references from appropriate academic referees (further details on references can be found in the Further Particulars).
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